Love Song for a Raven
Author: Elizabeth Lowell
Publisher: Harlequin Books
After rescuing Janna Morgan from a near drowning, Carlson Raven discovers that he has fallen in love with her, but he fears that he will lose the wild and untamed life of freedom that is so important to him, forcing him to make some difficult decisions. Reprint.
In Elizabeth Lowell's Love Song for a Raven loner Carlson Raven and is stranded on a deserted island with beautiful Janna Moran and finds himself succumbing to passion and the promise of newfound love, and in Leanne Banks' The Five-Minute Bride Enily St. Clair flees from her own wedding and into the arms of handsome sheriff Beau Ramsey. Original.
Song of the Raven
Author: Helen Hardt
Publisher: Waterhouse Press
Editorial Reviews “Ms. Hardt did a great job of portraying the tenderness and emotion between Ella and Silver Raven. It is clear from the moment they meet, they have chemistry to burn. The love scenes between the two are very touching and well written.” –Long and Short Reviews Synopsis Ella Morgan loves her mother and father, but she's grown weary of their overbearing protectiveness. She longs for excitement, adventure, and most of all, love. When she finds an injured Lakota warrior hiding in her barn, she's intrigued by the brave and handsome man. Silver Raven has found his soul mate in the woman with eyes the color of violets at first bloom. Can he convince her to leave her home and family and take her rightful place as his woman? Or will Ella's father and the prejudices of society keep them apart?
Author: Anthony Ryan
Raised by the Brothers of the Sixth Order, Vaelin Al Sorna, a Warrior of the Faith, must battle the Empire and even his own father in the first book of a new fantasy trilogy.
Author: Elizabeth Lowell
Publisher: Severn House Pub Limited
When Janna Morgan is saved from a watery death by Carlson Raven, she must decide if the feelings she has for the rough, sea-loving man are geniune or simply feelings of gratitude.
Author: Patricia Briggs
From #1 New York Times bestselling author Patricia Briggs comes a fantastical series set in a world where magic is the only thing that stands between humanity and total destruction... Seraph is a Raven mage, and among the last of the Travelers who ensure that the city of Colossae is safe from evil. Unwelcome by those who fear magic, the wizard clans have been decimated by the very people they’ve sworn to protect. But Seraph is spared a similar fate by the ex-soldier Tier—and together they build a life where she is no longer burdened by her people’s responsibility. But now Tier is missing—or dead—and Seraph’s reprieve from her duty is over. Using her magic to discover her husband’s fate, Seraph realizes the prison that holds the evil entity known as Stalker is weakening—and only Seraph can fulfill her ancestors’ oath...
A Woman Without Lies
Author: Elizabeth Lowell
Publisher: Harper Collins
An artist in glass and light, Angel has loved with passion and fire -- and learned the true depths of sadness when what she loved was taken from her. When she first meets Miles Hawkins -- a solitary, distant man -- their mutual mistrust seems insurmountable. Hawk has never known what Angel has freely enjoyed, having experienced only cruelty and betrayal from the women in his life. But Angel is willing to risk everything that proud, silent Hawk cannot, as she strives to bring truth and love to a tormented soul who believes in neither. Yet giving her heart again could be a gamble with stakes too high and too painful for her to endure -- for she fears that, by loving Hawk, she will surely lose him.
Author: Edgar Allan Poe
Ravens in Winter
Author: Bernd Heinrich
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Presents a detailed investigation into the feeding behavior of ravens during four winters in Maine and comes up with several unexpected conclusions.
Author: Christopher Skaife
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
The first behind-the-scenes account of life with the legendary ravens at the world’s eeriest monument The ravens at the Tower of London are of mighty importance: rumor has it that if a raven from the Tower should ever leave, the city will fall. The title of Ravenmaster, therefore, is a serious title indeed, and after decades of serving the Queen, Yeoman Warder Christopher Skaife took on the added responsibility of caring for the infamous ravens. In The Ravenmaster, he lets us in on his life as he feeds his birds raw meat and biscuits soaked in blood, buys their food at Smithfield Market, and ensures that these unusual, misunderstood, and utterly brilliant corvids are healthy, happy, and ready to captivate the four million tourists who flock to the Tower every year. A rewarding, intimate, and inspiring partnership has developed between the ravens and their charismatic and charming human, the Ravenmaster, who shares the folklore, history, and superstitions surrounding the ravens and the Tower. Shining a light on the behavior of the birds, their pecking order and social structure, and the tricks they play on us, Skaife shows who the Tower’s true guardians really are—and the result is a compelling and irreverent narrative that will surprise and enchant.
Author: Catherine Feher-Elston
Birds of mystery, intelligence, and curiosity, ravens and crows have fascinated humans for untold centuries. In this first in a series of beautifully illustrated books that celebrate the power and beauty of the animal kingdom, Catherine Feher-Elston considers the raven in the contexts of mythology, folklore, history, and science. From the raven's role as trickster in Native American religion to his ability to captivate ornithologists and biologists with his intriguing behaviors, Ravensong pays tribute to the elegance and grandeur of two of America's most ubiquitous avian species.
Author: Raven Howell
For a child, the time between sundown and sunup can be an enchanting world of mystery and fun, a time when fairies dance, night creatures creak and hum, and stars reign over all. What are a child's thoughts when he or she hears the evening's first cricket, has a sleepover with friends, or looks up at the stars and wonders, "What's up there?"
“Crows and people share similar traits and social strategies. To a surprising extent, to know the crow is to know ourselves.”—from the Preface From the cave walls at Lascaux to the last painting by Van Gogh, from the works of Shakespeare to those of Mark Twain, there is clear evidence that crows and ravens influence human culture. Yet this influence is not unidirectional, say the authors of this fascinating book: people profoundly influence crow culture, ecology, and evolution as well. John Marzluff and Tony Angell examine the often surprising ways that crows and humans interact. The authors contend that those interactions reflect a process of “cultural coevolution.” They offer a challenging new view of the human-crow dynamic—a view that may change our thinking not only about crows but also about ourselves. Featuring more than 100 original drawings, the book takes a close look at the influences people have had on the lives of crows throughout history and at the significant ways crows have altered human lives. In the Company of Crows and Ravens illuminates the entwined histories of crows and people and concludes with an intriguing discussion of the crow-human relationship and how our attitudes toward crows may affect our cultural trajectory.
Author: Courtney Beaudry
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
Violet knows she is different from the other kids at her new high school. It isn't just her goth clothes, purple-streaked hair, or black nails. She has special psychic gifts she never reveals to others. But as she glimpses into the auras of her classmates, one boy in particular falls under her radar. His name is Dane, an emo boy who's become the pariah for the school bully, Buffalo. He is quiet and reserved but seems to hold a dark secret behind his solid black eyes. Aside from just being able to shield himself from Violet's psychic gaze, he also has special powers of his own. She witnesses his abilities of mind-reading, telepathy, and eventually telekinesis. But his darkness and aloofness leave her questioning his motives, wanting to learn more about this strange, mysterious boy.
Author: Jeffrey Overstreet
Publisher: WaterBrook Press
If there is any hope for the people of Abascar, it lies in the courage of Cyndere, daughter of Bel Amica's queen, and the fiery gifts of the ale boy, who is devising a rescue for prisoners of the savage Cent Regus beastmen. As his faith suffers one devastating blow after another, Cal-raven's journey is a perilous climb from despair to a faint gleam of hope.