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Forbidden Touch

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He was a hardened former marine with a guarded past…until one touch from Iris Browning became his undoing. Thanks to the raven-haired beauty, reclusive millionaire Maddox Heller found himself back in the line of fire, chasing down an elusive killer who'd made Iris his next target. She claimed not to know why, and every instinct told Maddox to believe her. Still, trusting this virtual stranger seemed risky, especially as their relationship grew increasingly personal. Now, as ghosts from the past threatened to destroy the present, would one forbidden touch bring pleasure…or pain?

THE FORBIDDEN TOUCH OF SANGUARDO

THE FORBIDDEN TOUCH OF SANGUARDO Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Julia James,Mon Ito
Editor: Harlequin / SB Creative
ISBN: 4596282994
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THE FORBIDDEN TOUCH OF SANGUARDO by Julia James,Mon Ito Summary

Celeste works at a modeling agency, and she avoids having men in her life. Her past has left her with some deep scars that she believes will scare off any man. But when she meets Rafael at a party and talks about the stars with him, she feels her heart move for the first time in ever so long. Rafael is a celebrity, though, so Celeste believes he’ll forget about her as soon as they part ways. When she gets back home, however, her room is full of flowers. Thinking she needs to put some distance between herself and Rafael, she leaves on vacation, but he shows up there, too, with an alluring smile on his face.

Forbidden to Touch

Forbidden to Touch Pdf/ePub eBook Author: JC Harroway
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ISBN: 148804872X
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Forbidden to Touch by JC Harroway Summary

From bestselling author JC Harroway comes the third book in the Billionaire Bachelors series! She made the rules. But he’s changing the game… Within thirty seconds of meeting Reid Faulkner again, I’m reminded of exactly why I had a crush on him for so many years. That confidence, that effortless control, that thigh-clenching hotness… Only, this time I’m not little Blair Cameron, sexually frustrated teenager. No, now I am an adult woman reliving every filthy fantasy I’ve ever had about him… His dark, sexy stare is filled with naughty promises. Promises of sex. Great sex. But I’m here to work for him. I have a contract, and I won’t let any man—no matter how delicious—underestimate me again. So I am proposing a second contract. An unofficial one, where we explore my every desire. It’s the perfect no-strings arrangement—all sex, no emotions. The only problem is that I made a concession: to play by his rules. Now we’ve crossed that line and tasted the forbidden. It started with only a touch. But will a man who controls everything protect his heart at all costs…even if it means breaking mine? Sexy. Passionate. Bold. Discover Harlequin Dare, a new line of fun, edgy and sexually explicit romances for the fearless female.

Forbidden Touch

Forbidden Touch Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Paula Graves
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 1426812817
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Forbidden Touch by Paula Graves Summary

He was a hardened former marine with a guarded past…until one touch from Iris Browning became his undoing. Thanks to the raven-haired beauty, reclusive millionaire Maddox Heller found himself back in the line of fire, chasing down an elusive killer who'd made Iris his next target. She claimed not to know why, and every instinct told Maddox to believe her. Still, trusting this virtual stranger seemed risky, especially as their relationship grew increasingly personal. Now, as ghosts from the past threatened to destroy the present, would one forbidden touch bring pleasure…or pain?

The Samurai's Forbidden Touch

The Samurai's Forbidden Touch Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ashley Radcliff
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 1426852959
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The Samurai's Forbidden Touch by Ashley Radcliff Summary

1183 A.D., Heian Period, Northern Japan Miku had only experienced adventure and love in the verses that freed her mind and soul, poetry her uncle disparaged as improperly sensual for a noblewoman's pen. That changed when her uncle left her alone, with his samurai warrior Takeshi to protect her. Never before had a man looked at her with such unveiled desire. The heat of the virile warrior's gaze kindled exciting new sensations within Miku--cravings that only grew stronger with his forbidden kiss....

Gossamer

Gossamer Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Lois Lowry
Editor: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0547345003
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Gossamer by Lois Lowry Summary

A novel “as haunting as a dream” from the New York Times-bestselling, Newbery Medal-winning author of The Giver (Kirkus Reviews, starred review). Where do dreams come from? What stealthy nighttime messengers are the guardians of our most deeply hidden hopes and our half-forgotten fears? This imaginative novel confronts these questions and explores the conflicts between the gentle bits and pieces of the past that come to life in dream, and the darker horrors that find their form in nightmare. In a haunting story that tiptoes between reality and fantasy, two people—a lonely, sensitive woman and a damaged, angry boy—face their own histories and discover what they can be to one another, renewed by the strength that comes from a tiny, caring creature they will never see. “Lyrical, richly descriptive prose ushers readers into a fascinating parallel world inhabited by appealingly quirky characters.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review) “A beautiful novel with an intriguing premise.”—School Library Journal (starred review)

SONG OF MYSELF (The Original 1855 Edition & The 1892 Death Bed Edition)

SONG OF MYSELF (The Original 1855 Edition & The 1892 Death Bed Edition) Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Walt Whitman
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SONG OF MYSELF (The Original 1855 Edition & The 1892 Death Bed Edition) by Walt Whitman Summary

"Song of Myself" is a poem by Walt Whitman that is included in his work Leaves of Grass. It has been credited as "representing the core of Whitman's poetic vision". The poem was first published without sections as the first of twelve untitled poems in the first (1855) edition of Leaves of Grass. The first edition was published by Whitman at his own expense. In 1856 it was called "A Poem of Walt Whitman, an American" and in 1860 it was simply termed "Walt Whitman." Walter "Walt" Whitman (1819 – 1892) was an American poet, essayist and journalist. His work was very controversial in its time, particularly his poetry collection Leaves of Grass, which was described as obscene for its overt sexuality.

Unable to Touch the One I Love Vol.1 (Love Manga)

Unable to Touch the One I Love Vol.1 (Love Manga) Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Izumi Hiroe
Editor: MANGA REBORN
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Unable to Touch the One I Love Vol.1 (Love Manga) by Izumi Hiroe Summary

“My body is filled with poison…” The first man that Seika falls in love with in the purest way possible is a researcher that she calls Doctor Ryo. Growing up in a small enclosed world, he was the first person to make her happy both as a person and as a woman. With him by her side, she can do anything. She can even wander the night and use her body to transmit poison to its intended victims. The problem is, no matter how strongly she feels for Ryo, she can never touch him because of the poison she carries. The bittersweet mystery you’ve been waiting for starts now. Vol.1, 44 pages.

Forbidden Fruit

Forbidden Fruit Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Anonymous
Editor: Prabhat Prakashan
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Forbidden Fruit by Anonymous Summary

Forbidden fruit is a phrase that originates from Genesis concerning Adam and Eve in Genesis 2:16–17. In the narrative, Adam and Eve ate the fruit of good and evil in the Garden of Eden, which they had been commanded not to do by God

Touching Space, Placing Touch

Touching Space, Placing Touch Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mark Paterson,Martin Dodge
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 131700969X
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Touching Space, Placing Touch by Mark Paterson,Martin Dodge Summary

Given that touch and touching is so central to everyday embodied existence, why has it been largely ignored by social scientists for so long? What is the place of touch in our mixed spaces of sociality, work, domesticity, recreation, creativity or care? What conceptual resources and academic languages can we reach towards when approaching tactile activities and somatic experiences through the body? How is this tactile landscape gendered? How is touch becoming revisited and revalidated in late capitalism through animal encounters, tourism, massage, beauty treatments, professional medicine, everyday spiritualities or the aseptic touch-free spaces of automated toilets? How is touch placed and valued within scholarly fieldwork and research itself, integral as it is to the production of embodied epistemologies? How is touch involved in such aesthetic experiences as shaping objects in sand, or encountering fleshly bodies within a painting? The goal of this edited collection, Touching Space, Placing Touch is twofold: 1. To further advance theoretical and empirical understanding of touch in social science scholarship by focussing on the differential social and cultural meanings of touching and the places of touch. 2. To develop a multi-faceted and interdisciplinary explanations of touch in terms of individual and social life, personal experiences and tasks, and their related cultural contexts. The twelve essays in this volume provide a rich combination of theoretical resources, methodological approaches and empirical investigation. Each chapter takes a distinct aspect of touch within a particular spatial context, exploring this through a mixture of sustained empirical work, critical theories of embodiment, philosophical and psychoanalytic approaches to gendered touch and touching, or the relationship between visual and non-visual culture, to articulate something of the variety and variability of touching experiences. The contributors are a mixture of established and emerging researchers within a growing interdisciplinary field of scholarship, yet the volume has a strong thematic identity and therefore represents the formative collection concerning the multiple senses of touch within social science scholarship at this time.

The Angel and the Highlander

The Angel and the Highlander Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Donna Fletcher
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061866784
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The Angel and the Highlander by Donna Fletcher Summary

The fearless warrior has finally met his match . . . When Alyce Bunnock's father tried to marry her off, she fled, taking shelter at Everagis Abbey, donning a nun's habit, and renaming herself Sister Terese. But when Lachlan Sinclare arrives to restore her to her family, the safety of the convent is shattered. At the sight of the handsome Highlander, Alyce fears for her freedom—and weakens with desire. Lachlan has been tasked with finding shrewish Alyce, but can think only of beautiful Terese. Yet with every forbidden touch, Lachlan comes closer to the truth. And once her secret is revealed, Alyce must choose between the independence she's always craved and the tempting man she cannot resist.

Totemism and Exogamy, Vol. I (in Four Volumes)

Totemism and Exogamy, Vol. I (in Four Volumes) Pdf/ePub eBook Author: James George Frazer
Editor: Cosimo, Inc.
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Totemism and Exogamy, Vol. I (in Four Volumes) by James George Frazer Summary

This classic four-volume series-from a pioneering ethnographer, first published in 1910-remains a foundational work of comparative mythology and religion for scholars and armchair anthropologists alike. Exploring the interconnections between myth and ritual in how and whom we may marry-as group marriage gave way to individual marriage-questions about religion and social structure became intertwined. In any case, this is a fascinating look at the social underpinnings common to all peoples around the globe. Volume I features a reprint of Frazer's groundbreaking 1887 work Totemism-covering the religious side of totemism; individual totems; sex totems; and more-as well as additional hard-to-find essays by the author. Then begins Frazer's ethnographic survey of totemism, here covering totemism in Australia. Scottish anthropologist SIR JAMES GEORGE FRAZER (1854-1941) also wrote the classic The Golden Bough (1890), Man, God, and Immortality (1927), and Creation and Evolution in Primitive Cosmogonies (1935).

Shakespeare's Anti-Politics

Shakespeare's Anti-Politics Pdf/ePub eBook Author: D. Gil
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137275014
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Argues that Shakespeare is anti-political, dissecting the nature of the nation-state and charting a surprising form of resistance to it, using sovereign power against itself to engineer new forms of selfhood and relationality that escape the orbit of the nation-state. It is these new experiences that the book terms 'the life of the flesh'.

Reading Skin in Medieval Literature and Culture

Reading Skin in Medieval Literature and Culture Pdf/ePub eBook Author: K. Walter
Editor: Springer
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Reading Skin in Medieval Literature and Culture by K. Walter Summary

Skin is a multifarious image in medieval culture: the material basis for forming a sense of self and relation to the world, as well as a powerful literary and visual image. This book explores the presence of skin in medieval literature and culture from a range of literary, religious, aesthetic, historical, medical, and theoretical perspectives.

Golden bough

Golden bough Pdf/ePub eBook Author: J. G. Frazer
Editor: FilRougeViceversa
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Golden bough by J. G. Frazer Summary

WHO does not know Turners picture of the Golden Bough? The scene, suffused with the golden glow of imagination in which the divine mind of Turner steeped and transfigured even the fairest natural landscape, is a dream-like vision of the little woodland lake of Nemi Dianas Mirror, as it was called by the ancients. No one who has seen that calm water, lapped in a green hollow of the Alban hills, can ever forget it. The two characteristic Italian villages which slumber on its banks, and the equally Italian palace whose terraced gardens descend steeply to the lake, hardly break the stillness and even the solitariness of the scene. Diana herself might still linger by this lonely shore, still haunt these woodlands wild.

The Meaning Of Sports

The Meaning Of Sports Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Michael Mandelbaum
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ISBN: 9780786738847
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In The Meaning of Sports, Michael Mandelbaum, a sports fan who is also one of the nation's preeminent foreign policy thinkers, examines America's century-long love affair with team sports. In keeping with his reputation for writing about big ideas in an illuminating and graceful way, he shows how sports respond to deep human needs; describes the ways in which baseball, football and basketball became national institutions and how they reached their present forms; and covers the evolution of rules, the rise and fall of the most successful teams, and the historical significance of the most famous and influential figures such as Babe Ruth, Vince Lombardi, and Michael Jordan. Whether he is writing about baseball as the agrarian game, football as similar to warfare, basketball as the embodiment of post-industrial society, or the moral havoc created by baseball's designated hitter rule, Mandelbaum applies the full force of his learning and wit to subjects about which so many Americans care passionately: the games they played in their youth and continue to follow as adults. By offering a fresh and unconventional perspective on these games, The Meaning of Sports makes for fascinating and rewarding reading both for fans and newcomers.

The Forbidden Trilogy Part One

The Forbidden Trilogy Part One Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Danielle Violette
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781479733002
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The Forbidden Trilogy Part One by Danielle Violette Summary

In the first part of The Forbidden Trilogy, Gabriella and Jonathan Love had life made. After losing their parents to an accident, their uncle Eddie took them under his wing, teaching them everything they needed to know about surviving in this cruel world. Neither one of them ever expected that theyd have to do things a little differently after Gabbys childhood best friend and boyfriend is killed right before her eyes in an unexpected home invasion in their home in Tampa, ripping their lives apart. Now feeling hopeless and alone, the family desperately tries to mend itself back together. Except for Gabby, thats a little easier than done. After months of dysfunction, Eddie has no choice but to go through drastic measures to ensure his nieces well-being. Gabbys best friend, Sara, steps up, moving across the country with her and Jon to a small town in Northern California, far away from the unbearable memories of the life that she so desperately wanted to have back. What nobody could have anticipated was that right there in that small town was a coven of vampires who had been waiting years to save her. Now being faced by the sexy mysterious red-eyed man Benjamin Row, Gabby is forced to make a forever life-changing decision that would alter the lives of all of them. Besides giving up her mortality, Gabby is also faced with the everyday bumps in the road that only make her decision easier. But will becoming a powerful vampire with her new love really change what happened to her? Will Gabby grow stronger and finally accept her losses, or will she be stuck with the haunting memories of her human life for all of eternity?

The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion (Complete)

The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion (Complete) Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Sir James George Frazer
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The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion (Complete) by Sir James George Frazer Summary

For some time I have been preparing a general work on primitive superstition and religion. Among the problems which had attracted my attention was the hitherto unexplained rule of the Arician priesthood; and last spring it happened that in the course of my reading I came across some facts which, combined with others I had noted before, suggested an explanation of the rule in question. As the explanation, if correct, promised to throw light on some obscure features of primitive religion, I resolved to develop it fully, and, detaching it from my general work, to issue it as a separate study. This book is the result. Now that the theory, which necessarily presented itself to me at first in outline, has been worked out in detail, I cannot but feel that in some places I may have pushed it too far. If this should prove to have been the case, I will readily acknowledge and retract my error as soon as it is brought home to me. Meantime my essay may serve its purpose as a first attempt to solve a difficult problem, and to bring a variety of scattered facts into some sort of order and system. A justification is perhaps needed of the length at which I have dwelt upon the popular festivals observed by European peasants in spring, at midsummer, and at harvest. It can hardly be too often repeated, since it is not yet generally recognised, that in spite of their fragmentary character the popular superstitions and customs of the peasantry are by far the fullest and most trustworthy evidence we possess as to the primitive religion of the Aryans. Indeed the primitive Aryan, in all that regards his mental fibre and texture, is not extinct. He is amongst us to this day. The great intellectual and moral forces which have revolutionised the educated world have scarcely affected the peasant. In his inmost beliefs he is what his forefathers were in the days when forest trees still grew and squirrels played on the ground where Rome and London now stand.

Death Customs

Death Customs Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Bendann,
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136217878
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Published in the year 2007, Death Customs is a valuable contribution to the field of Asian Studies.

The Museum of the Senses

The Museum of the Senses Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Constance Classen
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
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Traditionally sight has been the only sense with a ticket to enter the museum. The same is true of histories of art, in which artworks are often presented as purely visual objects. In The Museum of the Senses Constance Classen offers a new way of approaching the history of art through the senses, revealing how people used to handle, smell and even taste collection pieces. Topics range from the tactile power of relics to the sensuous allure of cabinets of curiosities, and from the feel of a Rembrandt to the scent of Monet's garden. The book concludes with a discussion of how contemporary museums are stimulating the senses through interactive and multimedia displays. Classen, a leading authority on the cultural history of the senses, has produced a fascinating study of sensual and emotional responses to artefacts from the middle ages to the present. The Museum of the Senses is an important read for anyone interested in the history of art as well as for students and researchers in cultural studies and museum studies.