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Bound to the Prince (Elven Warrior Trilogy)
Bound to the Prince (Elven Warrior Trilogy)
Bound to the Prince by Deborah Court (Elven Warrior Trilogy,#1)
A Paranormal Erotic Romance

An elven prince without a throne.
A mortal woman without hope, stolen from her own world to fulfill his every desire.
A choice of love and death that could bind them together forever.

Some people believe that beneath our own world, separated only by a thin veil of human disbelief, there is another one - an ancient land of myths and legends, a place where magical creatures dwell. What would happen if one of them walked the streets of London at night?
Once a proud warrior, elven prince Elathan was living in exile, fallen from grace and separated from his own people. He wanted the mortal woman the moment he saw her standing on Blackfriars Bridge, staring down into the darkness with unbearable pain in her eyes. This strangely compelling female also happened to have luscious curves that made his body ache with desire.
Naturally, he decided to hunt the woman down, drag her to his lair and command her to become his slave of pleasure. But would her frail human body survive a night of untamed passion in the arms of a Fae?
After a devastating breakup with her fiance, Igraine Chandler was spending her honeymoon in England all by herself, her life utterly bereft of meaning. For who could ever love a plain, slightly overweight nurse from New Jersey with nothing left but a broken heart and her lost dreams of a home and a family?
But she never imagined that she would soon set out into a world beyond her wildest dreams, and help a prince reclaim his throne ...

Set in a medieval fantasy world of noble knights, monsters and magicians, honor, betrayal and revenge, "Bound to the Prince" is a romance influenced by Celtic mythology and Arthurian legends. But in its heart, it's a story of a woman's inner development to a new, strong, self; uninhibited desire, boundless love, loss and sacrifice.

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"Too long have I lived in this darkness, human," he said, so close to her that his lips touched her earlobe, light as a butterfly's wing. "Alone."
Igraine felt the elf's hot breath as it caressed her cheek. He lowered his head slightly, inhaling deeply. She knew he was taking in her scent.
Despite her fear, the urge to touch him was growing so strong that she started to reach out to him. He caught both of her wrists with one of his large hands, pinning them against the wall so she was his helpless prey once again. She gasped when she felt his tongue touch the sensitive spot right below her ear, licking her very softly as if he wanted to taste her before eating her alive. His beauty, his seductive voice were the predator's way of lulling his prey into a false sense of security before killing, without regret.
"So warm, so alive," he murmured. "And yet you are doomed to die, with every breath you take." His lips moved downwards, along the side of her neck where the blood rapidly pulsated in her carotid artery. She felt his teeth graze her skin right there.
She never saw it coming. If he had attacked, intending to kill her, she wouldn't have been surprised. But the elf moved so quickly that she couldn't comprehend what was happening to her. Still imprisoning her hands above her head, he used his free arm to pull her nearer to his body until only a thin layer of fabric separated them. He crushed her to him so forcefully it hurt, but she didn't care. Breathing was difficult, anyway.
Suddenly, he let her wrists go and entwined his fingers in her curls. He lifted one of the auburn tresses to his face and rubbed it against his cheek. "Beautiful," he murmured softly. Then he grabbed a fistful of hair at her neck and pulled her head back. Trapped, she faced him in the darkness while the prince bowed his head to capture her lips ...

***

Bound to the Prince by Deborah Court (Elven Warrior Trilogy,#1)
A Paranormal Erotic Romance

An elven prince without a throne.
A mortal woman without hope, stolen from her own world to fulfill his every desire.
A choice of love and death that could bind them together forever.

Some people believe that beneath our own world, separated only by a thin veil of human disbelief, there is another one - an ancient land of myths and legends, a place where magical creatures dwell. What would happen if one of them walked the streets of London at night?
Once a proud warrior, elven prince Elathan was living in exile, fallen from grace and separated from his own people. He wanted the mortal woman the moment he saw her standing on Blackfriars Bridge, staring down into the darkness with unbearable pain in her eyes. This strangely compelling female also happened to have luscious curves that made his body ache with desire.
Naturally, he decided to hunt the woman down, drag her to his lair and command her to become his slave of pleasure. But would her frail human body survive a night of untamed passion in the arms of a Fae?
After a devastating breakup with her fiance, Igraine Chandler was spending her honeymoon in England all by herself, her life utterly bereft of meaning. For who could ever love a plain, slightly overweight nurse from New Jersey with nothing left but a broken heart and her lost dreams of a home and a family?
But she never imagined that she would soon set out into a world beyond her wildest dreams, and help a prince reclaim his throne ...

Set in a medieval fantasy world of noble knights, monsters and magicians, honor, betrayal and revenge, "Bound to the Prince" is a romance influenced by Celtic mythology and Arthurian legends. But in its heart, it's a story of a woman's inner development to a new, strong, self; uninhibited desire, boundless love, loss and sacrifice.

***

"Too long have I lived in this darkness, human," he said, so close to her that his lips touched her earlobe, light as a butterfly's wing. "Alone."
Igraine felt the elf's hot breath as it caressed her cheek. He lowered his head slightly, inhaling deeply. She knew he was taking in her scent.
Despite her fear, the urge to touch him was growing so strong that she started to reach out to him. He caught both of her wrists with one of his large hands, pinning them against the wall so she was his helpless prey once again. She gasped when she felt his tongue touch the sensitive spot right below her ear, licking her very softly as if he wanted to taste her before eating her alive. His beauty, his seductive voice were the predator's way of lulling his prey into a false sense of security before killing, without regret.
"So warm, so alive," he murmured. "And yet you are doomed to die, with every breath you take." His lips moved downwards, along the side of her neck where the blood rapidly pulsated in her carotid artery. She felt his teeth graze her skin right there.
She never saw it coming. If he had attacked, intending to kill her, she wouldn't have been surprised. But the elf moved so quickly that she couldn't comprehend what was happening to her. Still imprisoning her hands above her head, he used his free arm to pull her nearer to his body until only a thin layer of fabric separated them. He crushed her to him so forcefully it hurt, but she didn't care. Breathing was difficult, anyway.
Suddenly, he let her wrists go and entwined his fingers in her curls. He lifted one of the auburn tresses to his face and rubbed it against his cheek. "Beautiful," he murmured softly. Then he grabbed a fistful of hair at her neck and pulled her head back. Trapped, she faced him in the darkness while the prince bowed his head to capture her lips ...

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Bristol Chronicles 1860 - 1889
Bristol Chronicles 1860 - 1889
1860 Restoration of St. Stephen's tower begun. (Pinnacles and upper storey completed September 1862) Woodland Road laid on footpath through Tyndall's Park (Footpath known as 'Cantock Closes', 'Long-Leaze ', 'Claypitts', 'High-Meadow', and 'Traitor's Well'. Mr. E. M. Grace first attracted attention for his skill in cricket. The Dean left the Old Deanery, which became the Y.M.C.A. Prince of Orange in Bristol. Corporation acquired Durdham Down (212 acres) for 15,000. River Froom arched over from Union Street to Merchant Street, forming Fairfax Street. Stoke Bishop Church consecrated. Volunteer Artillery Corps formed and received their gun in grand procession. 1861 Bristol Bridge widened and eastern toll houses demolished (western toll houses removed 1873). Redland Park Congregational Chapel opened. St. Bartholomew's Church, Union Street, consecrated. St. Luke's Church, Bedminster, consecrated. City Road and Philip Street Baptist Chapels opened. Tyndall's Park Road opened.DAEDALUS arrived at Mardyke. Census population 154,000. First parade of 2nd Gloucestershire Engineer Volunteer Corps. Proposed that the Council water the streets. Right-of-way dispute at archway leading to Victoria Square, brought to a head by the lifting of a pram (then a new vehicle) over a gate. Legal argument turned on the obstruction caused by a baby's carriage not being so formidable as one crinoline meeting another crinoline. The battle of Boyce's buildings ended in 1873, when the eccentric owner was in his 92nd year. The Broadmead Rooms, being too small, the Colston Hall Company was formed. The Great House demolished 1863, and the new hall opened 1867. Bishop's College purchased for the Volunteer Rifle Corps H.Q. Drill Hall adjoining opened 1862. City Lunatic Asylum at Fishponds opened. Colston School boys transferred to Bishop's Palace, Stapleton. Clifton Down (230 acres) and Durdham Down (212 acres) secured by Act of Parliament to the citizens for ever as place of public resort and recreation. Blondin performed on the high rope at the zoo. 1862 OPENED : Clifton College; Emmanuel Church in the Dings; Hensman Memorial church,Victoria Square. Road on Downs made: Upper Belgrave Road to Sneyd Park. Statue of the late Prince Consort proposed to stand in front of Victoria Rooms, but subscriptions not sufficient to proceed. Volunteer Review on Durdham Down; 6,746 Volunteer troops of all arms present. Spectators numbered 100,000. 1863 OPENED : Philip Street, Bedminster; Buckingham Vale, Clifton; Richmond Park Road; Windmill Hill; Arley Hill. Victoria Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Whiteladies Road, opened. College Green Hotel Company formed, and Royal Hotel opened 1868. White Lion Hotel, White Hart Hotel, and The Plume of Feathers Inn acquired for a new Hotel opened in 1869, subsequently named the Grand Hotel. Marriage of Prince & Princess of Wales: oak tree planted on Brandon Hill; 4,000 children taken to zoo; electric light and fireworks; necklace given to the Princess by the ladies of Bristol. The Elephant, St. Nicholas Street, set back. Sir Greville Smyth planned to sell Nightingale Valley, Leigh Woods, to a building speculator for the erection of 800 tenements of poor character; the Leigh Woods Land Company formed by some generous citizens, to prevent the desecration. Bristol Port & Pier Railway begun. Bristol and North Somerset railway begun. City boundaries perambulated and sailed over. Bristol and South Wales Union Railway opened. 1864 New north aisle added to St. Jamess Church, but incongruity criticised. Oakfield Road Unitarian Chapel opened. Stables fronting Queen's Road at the back of Berkeley Square houses being converted to shops. Red Lion, Redcliff Street, demolished. The Angel Inn, High Street, removed. Garibaldi passed through Bristol. Bath & West of England Show on Downs.Church Congress in Bristol. Clifton Suspension Bridge opened. 1865 OPENED : Port & Pier Railway; Avonmouth Gardens. House next door to The Angel Inn, High Street, fell down. Public Houses to be closed between I a.m. and 4 a.m. (This new regulation added to the tranquility of the streets). W. G. Grace, when only 17, selected to play in the premier match of the year' Gentlemen versus Players. Bristol Assize restored. Working Men's Industrial Exhibition, Rifle Drill Hall, visited by 116,926 persons. Trefoil parapet at Cross demolished. New thoroughfare from College Green to Hotwell Road (Deanery Road) made, following demolition of part of the Deanery at right angles to Norman Arch, thus replacing the existing route by Cow Street and Frog Lane (now under Park Street Viaduct). As a result the road in front of Cathedral was lowered leaving the original doorway in North Transept three feet above the new level. Two pigs of lead with Roman inscriptions found on banks of Froom near Wade Street the only important Roman relics so far found in Bristol. Lovers' Walk, Redland, sold, partly for buildi
Flavius Josephus
Flavius Josephus
In the war between the Jews and the Romans of 66-70, the Jewish general Joseph son of Matthias defended Galilee against the Roman legions. After he had been defeated, he defected to his enemies, and advised the Roman general Vespasian. When the latter became emperor, his adviser started a career as a historian who tried to explain Judaism to the Greeks and Romans. His most important works are the Jewish War, the Jewish Antiquities, an Autobiography and an apology of Judaism called Against the Greeks (or Against Apion). As Roman citizen, he accepted a new name: Flavius Josephus. He must have died about 100, more than sixty years old. Life Joseph was born in Jerusalem in 37 CE as the son of Matthias, a man from priestly descent, and a mother who claimed royal blood. Stated differently, he was born as a Sadducee and an aristocrat. The boy must have been a real know-it-all, because he excelled in all his studies and at the age of sixteen, he decided to find out for himself what philosophy was best - that of the Sadducees, that of the Essenes or that of the Pharisees. Although he studied all three systems, he was not content, and for three years, he lived in the desert with a hermit named Bannus. Returning to Jerusalem at the age of nineteen, he choose to become a Pharisee. Life Jewish War Jewish Antiquities Autobiography Against the Greeks Jotapata At least, this is what he writes in his Autobiography. The problem is that it can not be true. To become an Essene, one had to study three years and we may assume that one did not understand the essentials of the teachings of other Jewish sects within a few weeks either. It was simply impossible to study the three disciplines and live three years in the desert before one's nineteenth year. Worse, the Jewish War and Jewish Antiquities show a profound dislike of the Pharisees. Hence, we may conclude that Josephus only says that he became a Pharisee because he knew from where the wind was blowing, and Phariseism was very popular at the moment he was writing his Autobiography. In 64, he went to Rome to negotiate the release of several priests held hostage by the emperor Nero. It was an adventurous voyage including shipwreck. When he and the priests returned home, he discovered that his country was on the brink of a revolt against the tactless Roman governor Gessius Florus. In his autobiography (discussed below), Joseph claims that he was a moderate. It did not prevent him from joining the revolutionaries when the rebels, belonging to the nationalist groups called Zealots and Sicarians, had annihilated the Roman garrison at Jerusalem. The Temple authorities sent Joseph to Galilee and ordered him to organize the resistance to the approaching Roman legions, which were commanded by Vespasian. He was not the only military leader in Galilee. A man named John of Gischala had organized a private militia of peasants. The two commanders lost more time quarreling with each other: after all, there were great social differences between the two armies. As a result, they failed to seize the strategically important city of Sepphoris, which was the first aim of the Roman offensive. In the spring of 67, Joseph's men were under siege in the town of Jotapata -which controlled the road to Sepphoris- and after some fighting, it became clear that they had to surrender to Vespasian's fifteenth legion. The author of the Jewish War tells a strange story about the fate of the defenders. They hid in a cave, decided to draw lots to choose the man who was to kill the others and himself. We are to believe that it was pure luck or divine interference that enabled Joseph to win this sinister lottery. Instead of committing suicide, he surrendered to the Romans. (Jewish War 3.383-398) Whatever the truth of this implausible story, Josephus was brought before Vespasian and his son Titus. To Vespasian, he explained about an ambiguous oracle that said that a star shall come out of Jacob, and a scepter shall rise out of Israel; it shall crush the forehead of Moab, and break down all the sons of Sheth. [Numbers 24.17-19] Almost every Jew believed that this prophecy referred to the coming of the Messiah. However, who said that the ruler who was to rise out of Israel was to be a Jew? Why should Vespasian not become king or emperor? Ridiculous though this may seem to a modern reader, Vespasian was impressed. After all, in Gaul and Hispania an insurrection had started against the emperor Nero, and it was clear to any intelligent observer that civil war was bound to break out. Besides, everybody had observed the comet, resembling a sword, that had stood over the country during the preceding months (Jewish War, 6.289; an earlier comet is referred to by Tacitus, Annals, 15.47). Instead of having Joseph crucified, the Roman general kept him in detention. The former Jewish commander became friends with Titus, who was of the same age. Nero committed suicide in June 68; he was succeeded by Galba, w

baby boy the prince the way i live
baby boy the prince the way i live
A Prince for Jenny
Touched by Angels, sequel...Renowned artist, Jenny Love-Townsend, born special and forced to struggle for every achievement, can never take for granted that she will have what other women do - love, marriage, children. But when big-hearted Daniel brings his children to sit for a portrait, she dreams that she might finally have a prince of her own. A single dad, Daniel has everything a man could desire - two healthy children, friends, power, wealth - everything except the love of a good woman. Jenny awakens in him a desire to protect and honor...and a forbidden passion so strong it cannot be denied. But in loving a special woman will he destroy her? Can their love survive the headlines, an ex-wife who would use Jenny to regain custody of Daniel's children, and the gossip of people who see Jenny's flaws without seeing her heart?

Touched by Angels, sequel...Renowned artist, Jenny Love-Townsend, born special and forced to struggle for every achievement, can never take for granted that she will have what other women do - love, marriage, children. But when big-hearted Daniel brings his children to sit for a portrait, she dreams that she might finally have a prince of her own. A single dad, Daniel has everything a man could desire - two healthy children, friends, power, wealth - everything except the love of a good woman. Jenny awakens in him a desire to protect and honor...and a forbidden passion so strong it cannot be denied. But in loving a special woman will he destroy her? Can their love survive the headlines, an ex-wife who would use Jenny to regain custody of Daniel's children, and the gossip of people who see Jenny's flaws without seeing her heart?

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