Revélame - Vol. 7-9
Author: Kate B. Jacobson
Publisher: Addictive Publishing
Es un baño frío para Matilda. Su futuro esposo, Percival fue detenido; se sospecha que haya asesinado a su esposa, quien murió tres años antes en un accidente de avión. Las revelaciones de Douglas, ex-mejor amigo de Percival, dan a pensar que es completamente culpable. La linda Matilda, quien cree en una confabulación, está muy determinada a exculpar al amor de su vida de estas infames acusaciones. ¿Pero, cómo puede ella ayudar, cuando Percival, quien ya no tiene ningún recuerdo del drama que causó la muerte de Charlotte, duda él mismo de su propia inocencia? Kate Jacobson, la autora del best-seller Love U, regresa con una nueva serie llena de emociones Revélame. Este e-book incluye los volúmenes del 7 al 9.
Neste nono volume da série, vamos estudar mais um tema de importância vital para a teologia: a filosofia. A proposta deste volume é conduzir o leitor por uma jornada através da busca pela verdade. Como se deu essa busca ao longo da história do pensamento? Por que isso é importante ara a fé cristã? Assim, este volume pretende fornecer respostas às seguintes perguntas: • O que é filosofia? • Quais são as origens da filosofia e da busca pela verdade? • Como se deu a passagem da filosofia cosmológica para a filosofia antropológica? • Quais são as visões de Platão e Aristóteles acerca da verdade? • Como se deu o encontro da filosofia grega com a teologia cristã? • Como as perspectivas de Descartes, Kant e Nietzsche influenciaram o homem moderno? Escrito em uma linguagem simples e clara, este livro procura abordar o tema proposto de forma menos árida e mais acessível. Esse é justamente um dos diferenciais desta obra: colocar a filosofia na linguagem do povo.
400 pages of Erotic romance … Will you give in to temptation? An intriguing prediction… A chance meeting with an old acquaintance, stirring new emotions… A game of cat and mouse that's anything but innocent. Electrifying passions… Do you believe in psychic predictions? Once, when I was spending a summer in England, a psychic read my future and told me that I would soon meet the man of my dreams: a certain "P.C." The next day, I met the dazzling earl Percival Spencer Cavendish; at a ball that same night, he asked me to dance. A real fairy tale... except that I was a shy, pudgy-faced kid covered with chickenpox! I was 12 years old, and "Percy the Magnificent" was 20. Nevertheless, I immediately fell in love with him. Time passed, and never again did I see that captivating English earl with his magnetic gaze, though his memory long haunted my dreams. Today, I find myself in England once again. No longer am I the impressionable little girl I once was. I'm a grown woman now. So, why is it that the instant I see Percival again, my heart begins to race? Don't wait to plunge into the first part of Obsessed with a Billionaire, the newest series by Kate B. Jacobson, the author of Love U.
He's rich, handsome, strong and charismatic. He's the man of your dreams and he's in love with you! What more could you want for Christmas? Let yourself be swept away by these funny, romantic and torrid love stories. Addictive Publishing presents this special collection including excerpts from the first volumes of the following series: Take Me! - Under the Billionaire's Power, by Heather L. Powell Entice Me! - Obsessed with a Billionaire, by Kate B. Jacobson Embrace - At the Billionaire’s Command, by Lucy Jones The stories in this collection may be read separately.
This edition of the Testament of Solomon is a complete and accurate reprint of the original translation of ancient manuscripts by F.C. Conybeare first printed in 1898. It contains all Conybeare's original notes and commentary, including the Greek characters he footnoted for the reader's consideration. Beware of other editions of this work that do not contain all the original text. The Testament of Solomon is a pseudepigraphical work attributed to King Solomon the Wise of the Old Testament. Written in the first-person narrative, the book tells the story of the creation of the magical ring of King Solomon and how Solomon's ring was used to bind and control demons, including Beelzebub. In this book of King Solomon, the discourses between the King and the various spirits are told, and the story shows how Solomon uses his wisdom to withstand the demons' tricks and guile and enlist their aid in the building of his temple. The spells and seals of Solomon used by the King to bind the spirits are detailed, which makes this work a book of Solomon's magic, similar in nature to the Lesser Key of Solomon the King and the Greater Key of Solomon the King, which both are King Solomon books of magic and contain various talismans of Solomon, including the secret seal of Solomon. The manuscripts from which this work was discovered date from the 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries. All were written in Greek. This dating makes most experts believe that the work is medieval. But some scholars, including D.C. Duling, argue that it is likely that the work comes from the 5th or 6th centuries. The various manuscripts used to source the work all date to medieval times, but the text itself, as well as references to other works, indicate the Testament is much older. For example, in the Dialogue of Timothy and Aquila, there is a direct reference to the Testament of Solomon. The Dialogue purports to have been written during the Archbishopric of Cyril in 444 C.E., and therefore, its reference would date the Testament before that time. Similarly, in the early 4th century Gnostic text On the Origin of the World, references to the book of Solomon and his 49 demons are made. No matter the date, the text provides an immensely interesting description of how King Solomon tamed various demons to build his temple. The text includes predictions of the coming of Christ, as one demon explains to Solomon that while he may be bound, the only thing that can truly take his power away is the man born from a virgin who will be crucified by the Jews.
Author: Susan Dennard
Publisher: Tor Teen
On a continent ruled by three empires, everyone is born with a "witchery," a magical skill that sets them apart from others. Now, as the Twenty Year Truce in a centuries long war is about to end, the balance of power-and the failing health of all magic-will fall on the shoulders of a mythical pair called the Cahr Awen. The biggest thing on Safi and Noelle's minds is saving money for their planned future in the Hundred Isles. Noelle, a Threadwitch, can see the emotional Threads binding the world. Safi, on the other hand, is a Truthwitch-she always knows when a person is telling a lie. A powerful magic like that is something people would kill to have on their side-or to keep off their enemy's side-and so Safi cannot even admit what she truly is. With the help of the cunning Prince Merik (a Windwitch and privateer) and the hindrance of a Bloodwitch bent on revenge, the friends must rise above their doubts and fight to learn who they are and what they are made of, if they are going to stay alive and preserve the balance of their world. "An instant new classic."--Sarah J. Maas, New York Times bestselling author of Throne of Glass, on Susan Dennard's Truthwitch At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Author: J.R. Ward
From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Black Dagger Brotherhood series comes the first Novel of the Fallen Angels. Redemption isn’t a word Jim Heron knows much about—his specialty is revenge, and to him, sin is all relative. But everything changes when he becomes a fallen angel and is charged with saving the souls of seven people from the seven deadly sins. And failure is not an option. Vin diPietro surrendered himself to his business—until fate intervenes in the form of a tough-talking, Harley-riding, self-professed savior, and a woman who makes him question his destiny. With an ancient evil ready to claim him, Vin has to work with a fallen angel not only to win his beloved over…but redeem his very soul.
A debut collection of short fiction from this National Magazine Award in Fiction finalist. Set in a variety of Southern and Midwestern landscapes — from Missouri’s Ha Ha Tonka State Park to a crop circle at a Minnesotan farm — the stories in 'Between Here and the Yellow Sea' excavate the ambiguous terrain of the human heart. With a forceful and compassionate voice, Pizzolatto finds beauty in loneliness as his characters attempt to bridge the gulfs between themselves and others, past and present, and, sometimes, between their inner and outer selves. In this both heartbreaking and humorous collection, we meet a base-jumping, samurai park ranger who parachutes off the St. Louis Arch; a stained glass artist who struggles over his masterpiece and learns through great loss what his true subject will be; and a religious elementary school teacher who tries to understand her rebellious, militant son. In the title story, which first appeared in the Atlantic Monthly, an orphaned young man and his former high school football coach set out to kidnap the coach’s daughter from Los Angeles and bring her back to east Texas. With an assured, poignant voice, Pizzolatto places us at the crossroads of memory and desire, somewhere between here and the Yellow Sea.