Dream of Danger


Author: Maggie Shayne

Publisher: MIRA

ISBN: 145925189X

Category: Fiction

Page: 94

View: 9685

She didn't want to need him. Murder brought self-help guru Rachel de Luca and Detective Mason Brown together. Their shared secrets drove them apart. But now they’re together again in this riveting novella that begins where New York Times bestselling author Maggie Shayne's Sleep with the Lights On ended. She may have been blind for twenty years, but Rachel's always had an uncanny gift for seeing through people—and she distrusts her assistant's new boyfriend at first sight. Amy isn't interested in Rachel's misgivings, though. She's too eager to celebrate Thanksgiving by introducing her family to the new man in her life. Then Amy doesn't show up for the holiday…. Desperate to find her missing friend, Rachel has no choice but to turn to Mason. Their investigation into Amy's disappearance takes them ever deeper into danger—and reignites the attraction that they've both sworn to resist. Now it's a race against time as these reluctant partners fight to stave off passion and save a life. Look for Wake to Darkness, the next installment in this suspenseful series, coming in December from Harlequin MIRA and Maggie Shayne.

The Dangers of Dream Chasing


Author: Jessica Gada

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1312489243

Category: Fiction

Page: 194

View: 5103

Nerida Sprig, a sixteen-year-old fairy, has just gotten her wings. Now that she is growing up, she must take flying lessons and attend courting sessions to determine who she will marry when she turns seventeen. However, Nerida has eyes for someone a little out of her reach- Kirkland Thorn, her flight instructor, is who she is interested in. Nerida must learn to balance her dreams and her tribe's custom to find a happy balance and truly become who she is meant to be.

Heir of Danger


Author: Alix Rickloff

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 143917038X

Category: Fiction

Page: 390

View: 7353

In order to defeat the evil mage Maelodor, Brendan Douglas must convince Elisabeth Fitzgerald, the woman he jilted at the altar seven years earlier, that she holds the key to stopping this malevolent enemy from unlocking the past and reshaping the future. Original.

The Road of Danger, Guilt, and Shame

The Lonely Way of A.E. Housman


Author: Carol Efrati

Publisher: Associated University Presse

ISBN: 9780838639061

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 370

View: 5189

"Housman's poetry is considered through close analysis of the workshop material as well as the final texts. Not only the well-known poetry of A Shropshire Lad, Last Poems, More Poems, and Additional Poems is discussed but also Housman's light verse, juvenilia, unfinished fragments, and prose, concentrating on the gay subtext. There is much attention to the techniques of light verse, especially puns, which, when analyzed, often throw an entirely new light on apparently simple pieces. The commentaries of other critics are taken into account, but the author also presents her own explications based on her close reading and wide knowledge of literature."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Jungian Dream Interpretation

A Handbook of Theory and Practice


Author: James Albert Hall

Publisher: Inner City Books

ISBN: 9780919123120

Category: Psychology

Page: 127

View: 7119

Comprehensive guide to an understanding of dreams in light of the basic principles of analytical psychology. Particular attention to common motifs, the role of complexes, and the goal and purpose of dreams.

Dream of Liberty

The Book of Human Comprehension


Author: Frédéric Decréquy

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1409293009


Page: 442

View: 1180

Treaty of wisdom, psychology, and feeder effectsPart 1, psychological topo: It is the battle of the regulation. It seems that the world does not go where he can and takes bad habits. It does not find all the answers to its needs and does not dream enough of freedom, leaving for account certain prisoners of their capacities. To dream, then to wish makes it possible to gain in coherence then to obtain solutions, inventive, intuitive. Sartre says that the hell, they are the different ones. In fact, a company functions as well as possible when one arrives at the “pleasure of the meetings. †Part 2, the feeder effects: False values hide, of true values hide, that one could suspect. Without-doubt is necessary it to disintegrate certain fears which reinforce the stereotypes that one is made listen to one the other. Far from the authority and his necessary concision and insurance, to weaken for better solidifying belonged to the challenges than one can give on television public, except standard.

The Hidden Meaning of Dreams


Author: Craig Hamilton-Parker

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

ISBN: 9780806977737

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 144

View: 4536

Discusses the psychological and mystical meanings of specific symbols in dreams and provides experiments to help remember and analyze dreams

My Dream Vampire


Author: Penny Jones

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462879675

Category: Fiction

Page: 78

View: 4312

Looking forward to her senior trip to Cozumel, Leigh spent a whole day shopping for the perfect outfit and found herself exhausted that evening. She launches into a dream that reoccurs differently and proves to be a forecast of her future. The dream takes on various characteristics depending on what she already knows and, of course, on things to come. Leigh meets and falls in love with Aidan who eventually reveals that he is a vampire, but what a charming vampire he is. Not only are they from different walks of life, but from different parts of the country as well. Find out what trials await the couple and how they confront the adversities.

The Girl Who Dreamed of Ships


Author: Beverly Scofield

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1469165422

Category: Fiction

Page: 118

View: 2831

This is a tale about a girls dream and how she makes it come true through her own actions. She is brave, she is undoubtedly bolder than is good for her, and she achieves incredible rewards for the risks she takes. Her success is linked irrevocably to how she relates to the people who surround herand without them none of it would have been possible. Samantha Jones is a girl with a passion for ships, and she has always dreamed of going to sea. Fed by stories her uncle told since she was a little child, her dream takes her into adventures little girls rarely get to experience. Against all odds, she braves repeated rejections until, by dint of her own ingenuity, boldness and wit, she wangles a job as cabin boy on The Lady Leeward, a clipper ship engaged in trade with the Far East. The book is not an account of day-to-day life aboard ship, of the command structure or even how the sailors perform their tasks. Rather, it touches mainly on events as they involve Samantha, such as her visits when the ship makes landfall and the people who make each stop memorable. It is clear from the start that Samantha might be in over her head, though she doesnt understand this point at the time. Each day of the voyage brings her up against something thought provoking, and puzzling them out is her main occupation. At times she stumbles, for instance, over how it feels to go against so many of her mothers prohibitions. At others, her attempts to figure out how to relate to her new found shipboard friends bear confusing fruit. Always and in everything she tries to do, her deception looms over her, threatening impending discovery and the end of her dream. The tale of her adventures is a multi-layered account of a young girls transformation. Right at the beginning, she changes, almost before your eyes, from a mid-19th century girl into a rather tough-looking young sailor and manages to maintain this charade for an entire ocean voyage to China and backwell, almost all the way back, but that comes later. On the way, she struggles to deal with the guilt of leaving her family, even though she rationalizes that they will be better off without the extra mouth to feed. She also feels guilty for deceiving the people on the ship, since she lives the lie every day, and for her actions when she leaves her friend Michael wondering why she behaves as she does. In the process, she learns that there are consequences to be lived with from these decisions, and the lessons transform her from the child following rules laid down by others into a person of understanding who chooses responsibly for herself. Encountering the seamen aboard ship, entering new places and situations, meeting people with different cultures and languagesall these events change Sam Jones from a nave, unsophisticated city girl into an awakened, enlightened, world traveler. As important as it is, the physical transformation that turns a girl into a woman is almost lost to notice amid all the adventures she experiences. At the end of her adventures, Sam, her dream fulfilled, is happy to be Samantha Jones once again--and more than ready to meet whatever life brings her way. Samantha dreams, Shell always have dreams, And the ship will still fly with the wind.