Witch Way to Romance and Ruin

Witch Way to Romance and Ruin

Is a quiet life in the magical town of Whitefall Cove too much to ask?

Author: Jane Hinchey

Publisher: Baywolf

ISBN: 0648501914

Category: Fiction

Page: 258

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Is a quiet life in the magical town of Whitefall Cove too much to ask? Apparently, for Harper Jones, it is. With the annual fundraising ball on the horizon, all of Harper's dreams go up in smoke. Join in the fun and hilarity in this fast-paced paranormal cozy mystery.
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Witch Way to Romance and Ruin Large Print Edition

Witch Way to Romance and Ruin   Large Print Edition

Is a quiet life in the magical town of Whitefall Cove too much to ask?

Author: Jane Hinchey

Publisher: Baywolf

ISBN: 0648501922

Category: Fiction

Page: 298

View: 398

Is a quiet life in the magical town of Whitefall Cove too much to ask? Apparently, for Harper Jones, it is. With the annual fundraising ball on the horizon, all of Harper's dreams go up in smoke. Join in the fun and hilarity in this fast-paced paranormal cozy mystery.
Categories: Fiction

Lloyd s Penny Weekly Miscellany of Romance and General Interest

Lloyd s Penny Weekly Miscellany of Romance and General Interest

He whistled encouragingly to the dogs, crying, "Come, my pups, we will even
take shelter among the old ruins of Stonehenge. ... But how many minds are there
on which vulgar superstition can produce no effect, but who have a sort of refined
 ...

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ISBN: UIUC:30112113989542

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Under the Witches Moon A Romantic Tale of Mediaeval Rome

Under the Witches  Moon  A Romantic Tale of Mediaeval Rome

"How can you show him to me? ... Only not here, where the shadow of any
chance passerby might destroy the charm. ... of him you love—" It was but a short
way off, though the ruins which surrounded it made the place lonely and
secluded.

Author: Nathan Gallizier

Publisher: Library of Alexandria

ISBN: 9781465607959

Category: Rome (Italy)

Page: 455

View: 528

High on the cypress-clad hills of the Eternal City the evening sun had flamed valediction, and the last lights of the dying day were fading away on the waves of the Tiber whose changeless tide has rolled down through centuries of victory and defeat, of pride and shame, of glory and disgrace. The purple dusk began to weave its phantom veil over the ancient capital of the Cæsars and a round blood-red moon was climbing slowly above the misty crests of the Alban Hills, draining the sky of its crimson sunset hues. The silvery chimes of the Angelus, pealing from churches and convents, from Santa Maria in Trastevere to Santa Maria of the Aventine, began to sing their message of peace into the heart of nature and of man. As the hours of the night advanced and the moon rose higher in the star-embroidered canopy of the heavens, a vast concourse of people began to pour from shadowy lanes and thoroughfares, from sanctuaries and hostelries, into the Piazza Navona. Romans and peasants from the Campagna, folk from Tivoli, Velletri, Corneto and Terracina, pilgrims from every land of the then known world, Africans and Greeks, Lombards and Franks, Sicilians, Neapolitans, Syrians and Kopts, Spaniards and Saxons, men from the frozen coast of Thulé and the burning sands of Arabia, traders from the Levant, sorcerers from the banks of the Nile, conjurers from the mythical shores of the Ganges, adventurers from the Barbary coast, gypsies from the plains of Sarmatia, monks from the Thebaide, Normans, Gascons and folk from Aquitaine. In the Piazza Navona booths and stalls had been erected for the sale of figs and honey, and the fragrant products of the Roman osterié. Strings of colored lanterns danced and quivered in the air. The fitful light from the torches, sending spiral columns of resinous smoke into the night-blue ether, shed a lurid glow over the motley, fantastic crowd that increased with every moment, recruited from fishermen, flower girls, water-carriers and herdsmen from the Roman Campagna. Ensconced in the shadow of a roofless portico, a relic of the ancient Circus Agonalis, which at one time occupied the site of the Piazza Navona, and regarding the bewildering spectacle which presented itself to his gaze, with the air of one unaccustomed to such scenes, stood a stranger whose countenance revealed little of the joy of life that should be the heritage of early manhood.
Categories: Rome (Italy)

The Girl With The Invincible Blood

The Girl With The Invincible Blood

“I understand if you still love her, but you led me on. You made me think that ...
Had he ruined their budding relationship? THE VELONA FOREST ... To love, to
hope, to dream and to never stray – That is The Witches' Way. If you ever feel lost,
 ...

Author: Dana Gricken

Publisher: Dana Gricken

ISBN:

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 323

View: 895

A girl reborn. A sinister weapon. A year after the defeat of the Grey Knights and The Fallen, the world is plunged into chaos as King Fergus begins his reign of terror. Uniting the Eleven Kingdoms behind him, he creates the Bloodslayers who seek to destroy all of the dragons and witches for good. A mysterious ally resurrects The Girl Who Walked Through Fire -- Elara Everly -- to save the world once more, but her old powers are useless against King Fergus' secret weapon. To protect the people she loves, Elara must become The Girl With The Invincible Blood. Book Two of The Dragonwitch Chronicles
Categories: Young Adult Fiction

The Lancashire Witches A Romance of Pendle Forest

The Lancashire Witches  A Romance of Pendle Forest

Odd, how obstinately she set her face against witchcraft. And yet she lives at
Rough Lee, in the very heart of a witch district, for such Master Nicholas Assheton
calls this Pendle Forest. ... I shall be in the ruins of the old convent church.

Author: William Harrison Ainsworth

Publisher: Library of Alexandria

ISBN: 9781465534965

Category: Lancashire (England)

Page: 564

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There were eight watchers by the beacon on Pendle Hill in Lancashire. Two were stationed on either side of the north-eastern extremity of the mountain. One looked over the castled heights of Clithero; the woody eminences of Bowland; the bleak ridges of Thornley; the broad moors of Bleasdale; the Trough of Bolland, and Wolf Crag; and even brought within his ken the black fells overhanging Lancaster. The other tracked the stream called Pendle Water, almost from its source amid the neighbouring hills, and followed its windings through the leafless forest, until it united its waters to those of the Calder, and swept on in swifter and clearer current, to wash the base of Whalley Abbey. But the watcher's survey did not stop here. Noting the sharp spire of Burnley Church, relieved against the rounded masses of timber constituting Townley Park; as well as the entrance of the gloomy mountain gorge, known as the Grange of Cliviger; his far-reaching gaze passed over Todmorden, and settled upon the distant summits of Blackstone Edge. Dreary was the prospect on all sides. Black moor, bleak fell, straggling forest, intersected with sullen streams as black as ink, with here and there a small tarn, or moss-pool, with waters of the same hue—these constituted the chief features of the scene. The whole district was barren and thinly-populated. Of towns, only Clithero, Colne, and Burnley—the latter little more than a village—were in view. In the valleys there were a few hamlets and scattered cottages, and on the uplands an occasional "booth," as the hut of the herdsman was termed; but of more important mansions there were only six, as Merley, Twistleton, Alcancoats, Saxfeld, Ightenhill, and Gawthorpe. The "vaccaries" for the cattle, of which the herdsmen had the care, and the "lawnds," or parks within the forest, appertaining to some of the halls before mentioned, offered the only evidences of cultivation. All else was heathy waste, morass, and wood.
Categories: Lancashire (England)

The Athen um

The Athen  um

I was so provoked by her rudeLIBRARY or Romance . Vol . V. the ruins of the
cottage , out of which the ness and unusual way of asking charity , that I The
Bondman ; a Story of the Times of Wat machinations of Calverley had unjustly
ejecttook ...

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ISBN: UIUC:30112042709771

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The Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott

The Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott

Owl . Which way didst thou take ? Gull . That's a good boy . I love to ... ( sings as
before ) . spoil'd . [ Strikes into the tune . Hair - breadth ... Or a lover too romantic ;
If threescore seeks second spouse , Gull . They ' re gone ! —Now , am I scared ,
or ...

Author: Sir Walter Scott

Publisher:

ISBN: KBNL:KBNL03000160140

Category:

Page: 945

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The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott

The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott

The ruins of this abbey , or priory . ... What follows is an attempt to describe the
romantic glen , or rather ravine , through which the Greta finds a passage
between Rokeby and ... Whatgales are sold on Lapland s shore , How whistle
rash bids tempests roar , Of witch , of mermaid , and of sprite , öf Erick's cap and
Elmo's light .

Author: Walter Scott

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X030832766

Category:

Page: 559

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The Globe Edition With a Biographical and Critical Memoir by F T Palgrave

The Globe Edition  With a Biographical and Critical Memoir by F  T  Palgrave

If there were no friends or relations , it was distributed in charity to the poor and to
churches , which were to pray for the ... The finest view of its romantic course is
from a handsome modernbuilt bridge over the Tees , by the late Mr. Morritt of
Rokeby . ... The ruins of this abbey , or priory . ... Whatgales are sold on Lapland s
shore , How whistle rash bids tempests roar , Of witch , of mermaid , and of sprite ,
Of ...

Author: Sir Walter Scott

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0017797962

Category:

Page: 559

View: 755

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Great Romantic Ruins of England and Wales

Great Romantic Ruins of England and Wales

We know where they got the stones ; we have a pretty good idea how they
transported them over long distances ; we can ... for we are in the presence of the
unknown - we cannot comprehend the nature of the men who built this thing ,
which is ...

Author: Brian Bailey

Publisher: Random House Value Pub

ISBN: UVA:X000910390

Category: England

Page: 256

View: 933

Shows and describes the history of the ruins of abbeys, cathedrals, castles, palaces, and mansions, as well as prehistoric and Roman ruins
Categories: England

American Film Now

American Film Now

68 : For Love of lvy , The Devil ' s Brigade , 69 : Marlowe , Death of a Gunfighter ,
70 : Doctors ' Wives , Kelly ' s Heroes , 74 : Law and Disorder . ... 72 : Lady
Caroline Lamb , Sleuth , 75 : Love Among the Ruins ( TV ) , 76 : Marathon Man ,
The Seven Percent Solution , 77 : The ... 76 : The Bingo Long Traveling All - Stars
and Motor Kings , 77 : The Silver Streak , Greased Lightning , Which Way is Up ?
78 ...

Author: James Monaco

Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press

ISBN: STANFORD:36105003299588

Category: Motion picture industry

Page: 540

View: 533

Investigates the business and art of the American film in the 1970s, comments on the decade's most interesting writers, directors, producers, actors, and actresses, and suggests ways to restructure the movie industry to insure financial and artistic indep
Categories: Motion picture industry

Videohound s Golden Movie Retriever

Videohound s Golden Movie Retriever

'98 The Whole Ten Yards 04 Witchcraft 9 : Bitter Flesh '96 With Friends Like
These '98 Wonderland '03 Yellow '98 You Got Served '04 Mr. ... The Triangle
Factory Fire Scandal '79 Waterfront '83 Which Way Is Up ? '77 Late Bloomin '
Love see also Growing Older Adorable ... '04 The Last Winters '71 Lonely Hearts '
82 The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne '87 Love Among the Ruins 75 Macaroni '
85 A ...

Author: Jim Craddock

Publisher: Gale / Cengage Learning

ISBN: 0787689807

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 1742

View: 700

Describes and rates more than twenty thousand videos, and provides indexes by theme, awards, actors, actresses, and directors.
Categories: Performing Arts

The Southern literary messenger

The Southern literary messenger

The glitter of thronged cities , the Ah , what has he to do in that poor hut rich
historic ruin - the speaking marble , and the Thal ' s buried ... Alas ! man is the
same And the refulgent glory of Shechinah , Which way amidst the larbarynthine
maze creature of tear - moulded ... On reaching Tun ' d by a wild , romantic
shepherd boy , While in the solitude he kept his flock , - it , I was taken before a
youthful officer ...

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ISBN: OXFORD:555033485

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Great Thoughts from Master Minds

Great Thoughts from Master Minds

Romantic. Ruins,. •*. BY THE REV. HILDERIC FRIEND. CALDER ABBEY. ONE of
the most pleasurable of sensations is ... Approaching the Abbey we find on the
right the ancient gateway, which reminds us that the road has been diverted of ...

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ISBN: IND:30000080776135

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Halliwell s Film Video DVD Guide

Halliwell s Film  Video   DVD Guide

An attempt at a Gothic romance ruined by half - hearted acting and direction ; all
that remains is a dull zombie movie and an ... the mentally challenged that is so
anxious to be politically correct that it over compensates every which way it can .

Author:

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105122318962

Category: Motion pictures

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Poetical Works

Poetical Works

What follows is an attempt to describe the romantic glen , or rather ravine ,
through which the Greta finds a passage between ... The ruins of this abbey , or
priory ( for Tanner calls it the former , and Leland the latter ) , are beautifully
situated upon the ... Whatgales are sold on Lapland s shore , How whistle rash
bids tempests roar , Of witch , of mermaid , and of sprite , Of Erick ' s cap and
Elmo ' s light .

Author: Sir Walter Scott

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015011929448

Category:

Page: 102

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Video Sourcebook

Video Sourcebook

In Good Company A In Love with an Older Woman In Person In the Mix The
Incredible Mr . Limpet The Incredibly True Adventure of ... of Reason Bridget
Jones ' s Diary A Broadway Damage Bull DurhamA But Not for Me The Butcher ' s
Wife Butterflies Buying the Cow Bye ... of the Spotless Minda Eversmile New
Jersey Every Girl Should Be Married Every Which Way But Loose Everybody
Says I ' m Fine !

Author: Thomson Gale

Publisher: Gale Cengage

ISBN: 1414400993

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 4000

View: 372

From classroom aids to corporate training programs, technical resources to self-help guides, children's features to documentaries, theatrical releases to straight-to-video movies, The Video Source Book continues its comprehensive coverage of the wide universe of video offerings with more than 130,000 complete program listings, encompassing more than 160,000 videos. All listings are arranged alphabetically by title. Each entry provides a description of the program and information on obtaining the title. Six indexes -- alternate title, subject, credits, awards, special formats and program distributors -- help speed research.
Categories: Performing Arts

Strange Truths in Undiscovered Lands

Strange Truths in Undiscovered Lands

Strange Truths in Undiscovered Lands examines the ways in which Shelley developed a 'Romantic geography' to provide visionary alternatives to an earth devastated by a new type of European colonialism and global expansion.

Author: Nahoko Miyamoto Alvey

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 9780802039569

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 264

View: 506

Strange Truths in Undiscovered Lands examines the ways in which Shelley developed a ?Romantic geography? to provide visionary alternatives to an earth devastated by a new type of European colonialism and global expansion.
Categories: Literary Criticism