Life is all about surprises. Clea found his mate during the battle against Tom and his council, but things haven’t been easy. Christian and his family moved in with the pack, but Christian has been avoiding Clea, and no matter how much Clea wants to think his mate needs time, he’s starting to think Christian just doesn’t want him. Christian never meant to push Clea away, but he needed time to wrap his mind around what happened. He found out his brother wasn’t dead, that the pack didn’t want to hurt anyone, and most importantly, that his mate is a man, something Christian hadn’t expected. When Christian realizes he’s pushing Clea away, he makes amends. Clea accepts it, but they both have to deal with their families, and with the knowledge that shifters have been exposed to the world. No one knows what it means for them yet, but things are changing. Will the pack be able to stay united, or will things start to crumble apart?
Evocative post-World War II crime novel set in LA, starring ex-movie-star and now debt-collector, John Ray Horn Once he was Sierra Lane, hero to countless youngsters in a series of B-movie westerns. Now, after two years in prison, John Ray Horn lives on the margins of post-World War II Los Angeles. His wife has left him, and, blacklisted by the studios, he makes ends meet by collecting debts for his old Indian co-star, Joseph Mad Crow. Then an old friend, Scotty, contacts Horn. He has come across some obscene photos, including one, several years old, of Horn's stepdaughter, Clea. Within days, Scotty is dead, and Clea has run away. Horn's search takes him from neon-lit ocean-front piers to wooded canyons, from rich homes in the Hollywood Hills to Central Avenue, the Harlem of LA, a street rich in jazz and corruption. But will the on-screen tough-guy hero be able to sustain his role off-screen?
Shares ideas for giving beds imaginary headboards, personalizing reading nooks, filling spaces with abstract art masterpieces, and other projects to individualize a girl's room with just a few tools and a nice dose of artistic vision.
A personalised storybook for girls called CLEA. The story is based on the letters of the child's own name. All books are different from one another. The girl wakes up but can't remember her name. Magic Mouse knows how to solve the problem. Magic Mouse takes her on a wonderful adventure in his Magic Bus! Translated and adapted by the author from the Top-Selling Finnish language personalised children's namebook series "Tytt�/Poika, joka unohti nimens�". And the beautiful hand-drawn pictures will delight both the young and the young-at-heart! Looking for a namebook "What's my name?" but couldn't find the right name for your child? Please don't hesitate to contact me with your name request! -Tiina Walsh Author fb.me/whatsmynamestorybooks for more details about the storybooks
Clea, published in 1960, is the fourth volume in The Alexandria Quartet series by British author Lawrence Durrell. Set in Alexandria, Egypt, around World War II, the first three volumes tell the same story from different points of view, and Clea relates subsequent events.
Lawrence Durrell was one of the best-selling, most celebrated English novelists of the late 20th century. The Alexandria Quartet is unquestionably his most admired work, at heart a sensuous and brilliant evocation of wartime Alexandria. In this world of corrupt glamour, L. G. Darley attempts to reconcile himself to the end of his affair with the dark, passionate Justine Hosnani - setting alight a beguiling exploration of sexual and political intrigue that the author himself described as 'an investigation of modern love'.
Awaken your psychic powers, talk to nature, and hear her reply. Nature intuitive Clea Danaan gives lessons in building psychic awareness and communicating with plants, trees, and nature spirits. This rewarding connection with nature offers healing, renewal, knowledge of your life purpose, and a spiritual oasis in a chaotic world. Each chapter features meditations, journal exercises, and hands-on projects to help you strengthen your ties to the earth and deepen your spiritual practice. From gardening to herb work to water conservation, this book explores many ways to apply and incorporate nature's wisdom into daily life. Danaan's personal anecdotes also illuminate how green spirituality can be translated into a fulfilling, holistic lifestyle that supports the earth and your spirit. Praise for Clea Danaan's Sacred Land: "An informative book filled with fascinating and useful ideas." --PanGaia 2008 Independent Publisher Book Award for "Most Likely to Save the Planet" Bronze Medal Winner