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Reforming the Rogue

Reforming the Rogue [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1937349799
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From the author of A Rogue’s Rescue comes another Classic Regency Romance novella celebrating the witty and romantic world first introduced by Jane Austen. With nowhere else to go, penniless Linnet Pelham is forced to take refuge with her sister in London, only to learn that her sister’s betrothal to Lord Cairngrove is the scandal of the ton. Never one to shy away from an unpleasant situation and convinced of the couple’s devotion, Linnet is determined to see them wed, if only she can persuade Cairngrove’s brother, Nic Barton. Nic, a notorious rogue who is all too aware of his dashing good looks, is dead set on preventing his brother’s marriage. Even as he schemes to frighten Linnet’s sister into walking away from the engagement, he sets his sights on seducing the lovely Linnet with whispered promises of lessons in love. But Linnet has a few lessons of her own to teach, and as the two match wits and spar over their siblings’ fate, the undeniable passion growing between them might force them both to learn the meaning of true love. This novella was originally published under the title “Love Lessons.”

Taming the Rogue

Taming the Rogue [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1940846293
Author: Donna Lea Simpson
Publisher: Beyond The Page
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From the author of Lord St. Claire’s Angel, three Classic Regency Romance novellas celebrating the witty and romantic world made popular by Georgette Heyer. Reforming the Rogue Penniless Linnet Pelham is forced to take refuge with her sister in London, where she learns that her sister’s betrothal to Lord Cairngrove is the scandal of the ton. Determined to see the two wed, she must first convince Cairngrove’s brother Nic, a notorious rogue, to assist her. As the two match wits and spar over their siblings’ fate, an undeniable passion grows between them that might force them both to learn the meaning of true love. “I don’t give 5 stars often, but I figured this one deserves it! If you like traditional Regency, this book is for you.” —Goodreads Noël’s Wish Lady Ann Beecham-Brooke was once a stunning young beauty, but long years in a loveless marriage left her cold and aloof. Charles Montrose, Viscount Ruston, was left widowed by his one true love and now aimlessly travels the world in a futile effort to escape the pain of his loss. When the imperious Lady Ann shows up at his door, he finds himself attracted to this beautiful and hardened woman, and must devise a way to learn the source of her pain and melt her defenses. “An incredibly wonderful Regency Romance set at the Christmas holiday season. Wonderfully detailed characters, charming dialogue and a sweet plot make this book impossible to put down.” —Goodreads The Earl of Hearts Spinster Melony Farramond terminated her only engagement when her betrothed was disfigured in a horrific fire eleven years ago. Overcome with regret, she wishes only to see him one more time. Following the fire, Lord Hartley Kentigern sank deeper and deeper into a morass of cynicism and bitterness and was haunted by a rejection he can never excuse. With the annual Valentine masquerade ball approaching, Hartley’s concerned sister hatches a scheme to bring Melony and her brother together once more, in a final effort to force them to forgive both each other and themselves and rediscover the love they were meant to share. “A great little novella with sweet but passionate story.” —Goodreads

Romancing the Rogue

Romancing the Rogue [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1940846226
Author: Donna Lea Simpson
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Romancing the Rogue by Donna Lea Simpson Book Resume:

From the author of The Earl of Hearts, three Classic Regency Romance novellas celebrating the witty and romantic world made popular by Georgette Heyer. The Viscount’s Valentine Notorious rogue Viscount Blackthorne has fled London and escaped to the wilds of Yorkshire to avoid scandal. What he never expected to find there was the widow Honey Hockley, the one woman who captured his heart twelve years earlier. Upon meeting, attraction flares and tensions mount as the two confront their old feelings and fears and discover that it’s never too late for love. “Original. I liked the story . . . Worth it.” —Goodreads A Rogue’s Rescue A delightful story in which the con gets conned when the plain and aging spinster Miss Ariadne Lambert turns the tables on the unscrupulous “Dapper” Dorsey, who’s out to steal her fortune. With the help of Viscount Ingram, Ariadne creates a devilish scheme to bring about the final undoing of Dorsey—and in the process discovers that Ingram has stolen her heart. “Although this is clean (just kisses), the air between them fairly sizzles. A Rogue’s Rescue is an excellent example of storytelling that is succinct without sacrificing plot or character and one I don’t hesitate to recommend.” —Goodreads A Scandalous Plan Headstrong Lady Theresa was never good at sitting around and doing nothing, so it’s no surprise when she takes it upon herself to call on the widowed Mr. Martindale to see for herself if the strange rumors about his family are true. As she works her way into the lives and hearts of Martindale and his two young children, she realizes too late that her plans to help could backfire horribly—both for the family and for her own chance at love. “Perfection. This love story is everything you could want in a traditional Regency romance between a merchant gentleman and an earl’s managing spinster daughter set in the country.” —Goodreads

A Lady’s Choice

A Lady’s Choice [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1946069124
Author: Donna Lea Simpson
Publisher: Beyond The Page
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A Lady’s Choice by Donna Lea Simpson Book Resume:

From the author of The Debutante’s Dilemma comes a Regency romance celebrating the witty and romantic world that fans of Georgette Heyer have fallen in love with. “Simpson excels at imbuing her realistic characters with subtle depths!” —John Charles, American Library Association For as long as she or anyone else can remember, the beautiful but cold Rachel Neville has always adhered strictly to society’s rules, and she is now reaping the rewards with an offer of marriage from an eminently suitable fiancé. Yet despite the secure future that lies ahead, Rachel is suddenly questioning her acquiescence to the strictures of the ton—and her future husband. Stranger still, she is preoccupied with thoughts of Colin Varens, a wholly unsuitable man whose proposals she has rejected several times. Colin can’t remember a time when his heartfelt declarations for Rachel weren’t being rebuffed, but the rough-and-tumble country gentleman has finally come to terms with the rejection—and Rachel’s betrothal—and has made peace with her as friends. But as he and Rachel spend more time together, he finds her once-haughty manner thawing into the warmth and vivaciousness that attracted him so many years ago, just as he is finding a growing strength and confidence of his own. As Rachel finds comfort in Colin’s strong embraces and the unfamiliar emotions simmering within, Colin must struggle with feelings he thought stifled once and for all and admit the hope he still carries in his heart. And as Rachel’s marriage draws near and both of them confront the reality of a life without the other, they will discover that the habits of a lifetime are not carved in stone, because a lady’s change of heart can change everything. This is a fully revised edition of a book originally titled Rachel’s Change of Heart.

Lady Savage

Lady Savage [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1950461351
Author: Donna Lea Simpson
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Lady Savage by Donna Lea Simpson Book Resume:

“A surprisingly deep story where the romantic love story isn’t the only relationship that grows and develops.” —Goodreads Preparing to sail from Jamaica to England, Savina Roxeter knows she should be looking forward to marrying her betrothed and settling into a quiet and comfortable life among the ton, but she can only despair at the thought of leaving the lush and beautiful island she loves for the staid confines of London society. Once on the high seas, however, Savina’s thoughts turn only to survival, as their ship is commandeered and she and her party are left stranded on a primitive island with meager provisions and little hope of rescue. Determined not to succumb to their misfortune, the group set about assessing their surroundings and preparing for the rigorous challenge of the days and nights ahead. And while her imperious fiancé, his viperish sister, and even her own father bemoan the harsh conditions, Savina thrives as she becomes more attuned to the pulse and rhythm of nature—and the powerful desire she feels in the company of her fiancé’s secretary, Anthony Heywood. As the two are inexorably drawn together in this primal paradise, Savina casts aside her notions of impropriety and allows herself to respond to Anthony’s elemental strength and innate understanding of what’s truly important. And as the promise of a new and passionate future with Anthony becomes impossible to ignore, she will come to discover that surrendering to their burgeoning love may be the only rescue she truly needs . . .

The Chaperone’s Secret

The Chaperone’s Secret [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1946069426
Author: Donna Lea Simpson
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The Chaperone’s Secret by Donna Lea Simpson Book Resume:

From the author of An Eccentric Engagement comes a Regency romance celebrating the witty and romantic world that fans of Georgette Heyer have fallen in love with. “Simpson excels at imbuing her realistic characters with subtle depths!” —John Charles, American Library Association As chaperone to the Season’s most desirable young miss, Amy Corbett has two specific duties: to ensure that her charge’s reputation remain spotless, and to see her betrothed to an exceptional beau. Given that the coquettish Lady Rowena manages to maintain an air of propriety while being a flirt of the highest caliber, Amy knows her job should be easy—if only the calculating young aristocrat weren’t so set on toying with men’s hearts, including that of her latest prey, the debauched Lord Dante Pierson. Like other gentlemen of high standing and low tastes, Lord Pierson’s restless desire for excitement had driven him into a life of squalor and scandalous social blunders. Finding himself drunk and mud-spattered in a gutter one night, he spies an angelic apparition in a passing carriage and is overcome by a will to reform—surely such a woman could give him hope of rebirth. When he learns that the anonymous beauty is Lady Rowena, he vows to coax that flicker of warmth into a flame. As Rowena lures the unsuspecting Pierson ever closer to heartbreak, Amy realizes that for all the talk of his wastrel ways, he is actually a gentle and caring man to be championed and cherished. And in an unguarded moment, the unassuming Amy and downtrodden Lord Pierson will discover that they possess kindred souls—and will make a daring decision to follow their own true path to happiness and love . . . This book was originally published as Lord Pierson Reforms.

An Eccentric Engagement

An Eccentric Engagement [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1946069272
Author: Donna Lea Simpson
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An Eccentric Engagement by Donna Lea Simpson Book Resume:

From the author of A Lady’s Choice comes a Regency romance celebrating the witty and romantic world that fans of Georgette Heyer have fallen in love with. “Simpson excels at imbuing her realistic characters with subtle depths!” —John Charles, American Library Association Sorrow Marchand has patiently endured the taunts of London society for her bold speech and curious ways, yet it was those very qualities of the sparkling young beauty that caught the eye of the Honorable Bertram Carlyle and ultimately elicited an offer of marriage from him. But the usually candid Sorrow has kept her ludicrously madcap family a well-hidden secret from her betrothed—and now he is coming to visit! Bertram was an exceedingly suitable suitor, but for all his many fine traits he had been harshly schooled under the oppressive thumb of his father and had meekly embraced many of the man’s conventional attitudes. Upon meeting Sorrow’s family and becoming swept up in the endless swirl of silly chaos, he senses a conflict of epic proportions on the horizon—both within himself and with his father. As Sorrow grows more concerned that her outrageous relatives will damn her only chance at happiness with a man she truly loves, Bertram must find the courage to defy his very traditional father and become part of a family that’s anything but—and become the man Sorrow always knew he could be. This novella was originally published as “Sorrow’s Wedding” in the anthology With This Ring.

The Debutante’s Dilemma

The Debutante’s Dilemma [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1940846935
Author: Donna Lea Simpson
Publisher: Beyond The Page
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The Debutante’s Dilemma by Donna Lea Simpson Book Resume:

From the author of Lord Haven’s Deception comes a Regency romance celebrating the witty and romantic world that fans of Georgette Heyer have fallen in love with. Pamela Neville is a free-spirited young beauty who has no intention of subjecting herself to the stifling restrictions of London society—until her grandmother lures her with an irresistible offer. The indomitable dowager promises to teach her everything she needs to know to elicit a proposal from Sir Colin Valens, the man Pamela has adored since childhood. Soon Pamela is feigning the same coy disinterest of the other women of the ton—and catching Colin’s eye in the process—but the green-eyed gamine can only be demure for so long. And each time she indulges her more wild, carefree side, she runs headlong into the startlingly handsome Lord Strongwycke, who seems to find her entrancing just for being herself. Suddenly Pamela finds herself with the vexing dilemma of being pursued by two different gentlemen, and in what seems like the span of a heartbeat both men offer for her hand. Now Pamela faces a choice between clinging to the dreams of a girl and a life that would allow her to live as the free spirit she longs to be. This is a fully revised edition of a book originally titled Pamela’s Second Season.

A Matchmaker's Christmas

A Matchmaker's Christmas [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1940846447
Author: Donna Lea Simpson
Publisher: Beyond The Page
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From the author of The Rogue’s Folly comes a Regency romance celebrating the witty and romantic world that fans of Georgette Heyer have fallen in love with. Twenty years ago, Beatrice Copland committed a reckless and foolish act of deceit that she’s certain ruined the life of a man she’d fallen in love with and led to his wife’s death. Now serving as companion to the stern Lady Bournaud, she leads a quiet life and attends to her duties as a kind of penance. But Lady Bournaud, trying to make amends for her own selfish ways, is opening her country estate to a few select guests for the holidays—including the man Beatrice wronged so many years ago. Sir David Chappell spent nearly two decades coming to terms with the haunting memory of his wife’s death. When he receives an invitation to Lady Bournaud’s for the Christmas season, he’s reluctant to go at first, but he’s sure the time away in Yorkshire will be a welcome change from London. Once there, he’s immediately captivated by the youthful beauty and genuine compassion of the lady’s companion, Beatrice Copland—all the while sensing that he’s met her before. Even as David pursues her and Beatrice realizes she’s still powerfully attracted to the man, she must gently rebuff his advances for fear that her damning secret will come to light and reopen his old wounds. And while Lady Bournaud watches, happily scheming to make matches for all her guests, it may take more than a Christmas miracle for David to free Beatrice’s conscience, and her heart, at last.

Dancing with the Devil

Dancing with the Devil [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1594037981
Author: Michael Rubin
Publisher: Encounter Books
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Dancing with the Devil by Michael Rubin Book Resume:

The world has seldom been as dangerous as it is now. Rogue regimes—governments and groups that eschew diplomatic normality, sponsor terrorism, and proliferate nuclear weapons—threaten the United States around the globe. Because sanctions and military action are so costly, the American strategy of first resort is dialogue, on the theory that “it never hurts to talk to enemies.” Seldom is conventional wisdom so wrong. Engagement with rogue regimes is not cost-free, as Michael Rubin demonstrates by tracing the history of American diplomacy with North Korea, Iran, Iraq, Libya, the Taliban’s Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Further challenges to traditional diplomacy have come from terrorist groups, such as the PLO in the 1970s and 1980s, or Hamas and Hezbollah in the last two decades. The argument in favor of negotiation with terrorists is suffused with moral equivalence, the idea that one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter. Rarely does the actual record of talking to terrorists come under serious examination. While soldiers spend weeks developing lessons learned after every exercise, diplomats generally do not reflect on why their strategy toward rogues has failed, or consider whether their basic assumptions have been faulty. Rubin’s analysis finds that rogue regimes all have one thing in common: they pretend to be aggrieved in order to put Western diplomats on the defensive. Whether in Pyongyang, Tehran, or Islamabad, rogue leaders understand that the West rewards bluster with incentives and that the U.S. State Department too often values process more than results.

Victoria and the Rogue

Victoria and the Rogue [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0061971855
Author: Meg Cabot
Publisher: Zondervan
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Victoria and the Rogue by Meg Cabot Book Resume:

Victoria Growing up in far-off India, wealthy young heiress Lady Victoria Arbuthnot was accustomed to handling her own affairs -- not to mention everyone else's. But in her sixteenth year, Vicky is unceremoniously shipped off to London to find a husband. With her usual aplomb, however, Lady Victoria gets herself engaged to the perfect English gentleman, even before setting foot on British soil. The Rogue Hugo Rothschild, ninth earl of Malfrey, is everything a girl could want in a future husband: he is handsome and worldly, if not rich. Lady Victoria has everything just as she'd like it. That is, if raffish young ship captain Jacob Carstairs would leave well enough alone. Jacob's meddling is nothing short of exasperating, and Victoria is mystified by his persistence. But when it becomes clear that young Lord Malfrey just might not be all that he's professed to be, Victoria is forced to admit, for the first time in her life, that she is wrong. Not only about her fiance, but about the reason behind the handsome ship captain's interference.

The Rogue's Folly

The Rogue's Folly [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1940846382
Author: Donna Lea Simpson
Publisher: Beyond The Page
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The Rogue's Folly by Donna Lea Simpson Book Resume:

From the author of Married to a Rogue comes a Regency romance celebrating the witty and romantic world that fans of Georgette Heyer have fallen in love with. Lady May von Hoffen has been plagued all her prim young life by the scandalous behavior of her widowed mother and the licentious men she consorts with. When she finally finds herself free of her mother and in sole possession of Lark House, she relishes the sense of decorum and freedom it gives her. But the surprise discovery of the injured Frenchman Etienne hiding on her estate—the man who once rescued her from an attack on her virtue and the only man she’s ever been able to trust—turns her newly peaceful solitude into a maelstrom of bewildering thoughts and disturbingly passionate curiosity. Etienne is a self-avowed rake, and even now is on the run from ruthless adversaries who accuse him of trying to murder a marquess and seduce his wife. Following a stabbing that nearly claimed his life, he finds sanctuary on the land of an unfamiliar estate, hoping to recover and evade capture. But when the lady of the house turns out to be none other than the lovely and innocent Lady May, his feels his heart stir even as his body is gripped by pain and the fear that she will renounce him. As May nurses Etienne back to health and learns the truth of his supposed crimes, along with a much-needed education on the relations between men and women, a burning desire smolders between the two opposites, and soon they will be forced to trust each other and their feelings in order to save one life and two hearts. “[The Rogue’s Folly] caught me right in my emotional center and did not let me go.” —All About Romance This books was originally published under the title Lady May’s Folly.

Lord St. Claire's Angel

Lord St. Claire's Angel [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1937349942
Author: Donna Lea Simpson
Publisher: Beyond The Page
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Lord St. Claire's Angel by Donna Lea Simpson Book Resume:

From the author of Reforming the Rogue comes a full-length Classic Regency Romance novel celebrating the witty and romantic world first introduced by Jane Austen. Celestine Simons was of good family, but an untimely death and a shortage of funds forces the homely spinster to take a position as governess at the estate of Lord Langlow and his wife. Never one to bemoan her change in fortune, Celestine is content to spend her days raising and overseeing their children, knowing in her heart she will never have any of her own. Lord St. Claire Richmond, Langlow’s brother, is a rogue and seducer, content to while away his days pursuing pleasure—and driving his brother and sister-in-law mad by reducing their female staff to lovelorn fools with his flirtations. When he learns on his annual Christmas visit that the drab Celestine was hired as governess solely to thwart his dalliances, he devises a scheme to both stir her heart and spite his family’s interfering ways. But as his game unfolds, the cunning St. Claire discovers this conquest may be more challenging than expected when the thoughtful and intelligent Celestine begins to fire an ache in his own heart. And what began as an amusement to give the plain, timid miss an innocent thrill is turning into much more, as St. Claire realizes she may be the one giving him the thrill—and teaching him in a way only a governess can that real beauty lies beneath the surface and that true love is often found where you least expect it.

Reforming a Rake

Reforming a Rake [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9780061752070
Author: Suzanne Enoch
Publisher: Harper Collins
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Reforming a Rake by Suzanne Enoch Book Resume:

From bestselling author Suzanne Enoch—a governess is tempted by the forbidden passion of a seductive earl in this blistering romance in the With This Ring series A governess must never be alone with a man (her reputation mustn't have even a hint of scandal). She never questions her employer's commands (even when he's tempting her to forsake respectability for desire?). She must never, ever fall in love with someone above her station (especially a rake—no matter how devastating his kisses may be) . . . If it weren't for that unfortunate incident at her last position, Alexandra Gallant wouldn't now be forced into the employ of Lucien Balfour. The sinfully attractive earl hired her to teach his young cousin, but his seductive whispers and toe-curling kisses suggest he has something far less respectable in mind . . . And that will never happen. For although Lucien seems determined to teach her about pleasure, she has a few lessons to teach him about love!

Rogue Clerics

Rogue Clerics [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1351492667
Author: Anson Shupe
Publisher: Routledge
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Rogue Clerics by Anson Shupe Book Resume:

During the past several years the mass media in the United States has been awash with reports of priestly pedophilia, ecclesiastical cover-up, and clerical intimidation or financial settlements intended to silence victims. Based on journalistic accounts, or scholarly research, it might be assumed that this is a recent phenomenon. Journalist reports began only within the past few years. Similarly, most sociologists of religion and particularly specialists in deviance and criminology did not reflect awareness of clerical misbehavior in their work. Despite this, Anson Shupe shows that clergy deviance, whether it is sexual or otherwise, is not merely a recent problem. It is as old as the church itself and is inevitably bound to recur due to the nature of religious groups. This comprehensive analysis offers the first up-to-date analysis of sexual, economic, and authoritative clergy malfeasance across faiths and denominational authority structures. Drawing on examples taken from antiquity up until the present day, and using reports by historians, theologians, church spokespersons, therapists, social scientists, and journalists, Shupe critically evaluates clergy deviant behavior, dividing it into various types. He also makes use of the therapeutic literature, addressing victimization at the level of the individual, church, and community at large. In this way, he compares the response of the clergy to victims' attempts to mobilize movements calling for church reform. Perhaps most controversial, this book considers the possible relationship of homosexuality in the clergy to the occurrences of scandals in all religious traditions across the board. As an overview of clergy misconduct, this book is singular. There is simply no other comprehensive serious examination of this subject. Written by a sociologist for a wide range of readers, its multi-disciplinary nature, vivid examples, and wealth of research, will make the volume of interest to sociologists of religion and crime, historians and theologians, as well as a general public.

Reforming Memory

Reforming Memory [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1928314376
Author: Robert Vosloo
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Reforming Memory by Robert Vosloo Book Resume:

Although we should acknowledge the fragility of memory, we should nevertheless affirm the remarkable ability of memory to reform and transform our identity. Our memories and ways of remembering are, however, often marked by trauma and violence. Memory, therefore, not merely reforms; it too is in need of reformation, redemption and transformation. With this emphasis in mind, Reforming Memory grapples with the question what a responsible engagement with the past entails, also for Christians and churches associated with the Reformed tradition. The history of Reformed churches in South Africa is, one can argue, a deeply divided and ambivalent one. The same figures are heroes to some and villains to others; historic events are deeply ambiguous and conflicting views surround different discourses. Yet the histories, and perhaps futures, of these churches and traditions are inextricably interwoven. Reforming Memory fundamentally combines an interest in the notion of "e;memory"e; with an interest in (South African) Reformed theology and history. Central is the question: how should we remember and represent the past responsibly? The essays collected in this book engage in different ways with this question, attending in the process to some episodes in the history of the Dutch Reformed Church, some influential Reformed theologians, and some important Reformed practices and confessional documents.

Reforming The Universe

Reforming The Universe [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 164884295X
Author: Ruo XueWuHen
Publisher: Funstory
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Reforming The Universe by Ruo XueWuHen Book Resume:

The Third Young Master of the Lu Family, Lu Chen, had no talent in cultivation since he was a child. He was attacked while he was out and Lu Yu died to save Lu Chen. Lu Chen was charged with deliberately killing Lu Yu and was kicked out of the Lu Family. Lu Chen, who wanted to find out the truth, was hunted down after he left the Lu family. Lu Chen, who was forced into a dead forest, ate an immortal fruit to improve his body, but was possessed by his nascent soul ... Three years later, Lu Chen returned to the Lu Family and set off a huge commotion on Sky Dragon Continent. He had also officially embarked on the road of cultivation. "You asked me why I'm cultivating. At first, I wasn't clear about it, but now, I am clear that the heavens and the earth are unfair. Since the heavens and the earth are unfair, I am going to destroy the heavens and destroy the earth to create a new world for the world." [Close]

Superpowers, Rogue States and Terrorism

Superpowers, Rogue States and Terrorism [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1473894743
Author: Paul Moorcraft
Publisher: Pen and Sword
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Superpowers, Rogue States and Terrorism by Paul Moorcraft Book Resume:

Numerous books have attempted to assess the generational threat from Jihadist-inspired terrorism but few offer any positive advice on solutions. Islamist terrorism is today a fact of life and its potency is vividly illustrated by outrages in otherwise secure Western democracies not to mention overt ISIL aggression in the Middle East and many African States. Without a far better understanding of the Islamic religion, its beliefs, value, hierarchy (or lack of) and different sects, countering the existential threat will be greatly hindered, not to say nearly impossible. In this thoughtful book the author, who combines scholarship with gritty on-the-ground experience, examines numerous options to counter the insidious threat that faces not only Western civilization but the wider world. These range from the extremes such as deportation and internment, through the multifaceted combined actions against hate preachers, intensified intelligence work and border security to comprehensive and inclusive joint action programs. This is an important and timely book on what is today the greatest security threat, written by an acknowledged expert.

Rogue States as Norm Entrepreneurs

Rogue States as Norm Entrepreneurs [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 3030279901
Author: Carmen Wunderlich
Publisher: Springer Nature
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Rogue States as Norm Entrepreneurs by Carmen Wunderlich Book Resume:

This book investigates whether so-called rogue states – assumed antagonists of a Western-liberal world order – could also act as norm entrepreneurs by championing the genesis and evolution of global norms. The author explores this issue by analyzing the arms control policies of the Islamic Republic of Iran. A comparison with the prototypical norm entrepreneur Sweden and the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea – a notorious norm-breaker – reveals interesting insights for norm research: Apparently, norm entrepreneurship manifests itself in different degrees and phases of the norm life cycle. The finding that Iran indeed acts as a norm entrepreneur in some cases also sheds light on those factors that might account for the success or failure of norm advocacy. Lastly, the book offers a new perspective on “rogue states”, by not only regarding them as irrational antagonists of the current world order, but also as legitimate participants in a discourse on what the ruling order should look like. This book will appeal to scholars interested in critical norm research in international relations. “This book offers cutting-edge norm research, highlighting how norm-breakers can function as norm-makers." Maria Rost Rublee, Associate Professor of International Relations, Monash University (Australia) “So-called ‘rogue states’ are typically understood as norm breakers, but Carmen Wunderlich makes a persuasive conceptual case backed by empirical research that we need to consider the extent to which they are in fact norm entrepreneurs in their own right. In an era characterized by much concern over the status of liberal norms, this is a very timely study.” Richard Price, Department of Political Science, The University of British Columbia (Canada) "At a time when the world order is under pressure, this cutting-edge analysis of how dissatisfied states challenge existing global norms illuminates a topic crucial to understanding contemporary international relations." Nina Tannenwald, Director, Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Brown University (Rhode Island USA)

History Of The Marvel Universe

History Of The Marvel Universe [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1302519662
Author: Mark Waid
Publisher: Marvel Entertainment
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History Of The Marvel Universe by Mark Waid Book Resume:

Collects History Of The Marvel Universe #1-6. It’s the greatest tale ever told — and you’ve never seen it like this! Writer Mark Waid and artist Javier Rodríguez weave together a sprawling, interconnected web of stories into one seamless narrative that takes you from the dawn of the Marvel Universe all the way to its end! Far more than a collection of moments you may already know, this is a new tale featuring previously unknown secrets and shocking revelations, connecting dozens of threads from Marvel’s past and present! From the Big Bang to the twilight of existence, this sweeping saga covers every significant Marvel event, providing fresh looks at characters of all eras!