Fair Juno

Fair Juno was not that young, nor yet that old. Mid-twenties was his experienced guess. What did not seem right was the absence of a ring on her left hand. She was undeniably beautiful, attractive in a wholly sensual way, ...

Fair Juno

“Stephanie Laurens’ heroines are marvelous tributes to Georgette Heyer: feisty and strong.” — Cathy Kelly A fan favorite! #1 New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Laurens takes your breath away with this charming regency romance. When the Earl of Merton suddenly finds himself playing the knight in shining armor to a damsel in distress, he knows his days as a notorious rake are numbered. But though the lady seems grateful for his assistance, she flees the scene without revealing her name. And though past scandals and present dangers threaten his pursuit of the mysterious lady, he knows she is to be his destiny. Originally published in 1994

FAIR JUNO

FAIR JUNO


Fair Juno

Fair Juno


A Season for Scandal

The notorious Marquis of Hazelmere turns respectable spinster Dorothea Darent's plans to remain unmarried in Tangled Reins, while the rakish Earl of Merton rescues a mysterious damsel in distress in Fair Juno, in two tales of danger, ...

A Season for Scandal

The notorious Marquis of Hazelmere turns respectable spinster Dorothea Darent's plans to remain unmarried in Tangled Reins, while the rakish Earl of Merton rescues a mysterious damsel in distress in Fair Juno, in two tales of danger, romance, and scandal set in Regency England. Original.

The Dramatic Works of Thomas Heywood

Nay , hand him , lords ; he is your kinsman , too : Archas , my son , of fair Calisto born.I hope , fair Juno , it offends not you : It was before your time . Juno . She was a strumpet . Jup . She shall be a star ; And all the queens ...

The Dramatic Works of Thomas Heywood


The Golden and Silver Ages

Nay , hand him , lords ; he is your kinsman , too : Archas , my son , of fair Calisto born.I hope , fair Juno , it offends not you : It was before your time . Juno . She was a strumpet . Jup . She shall be a star ; And all the queens ...

The Golden and Silver Ages


A Season for Scandal

'You'll always be fair Juno to me,' came the outrageous reply. 'What man of flesh and blood could let that image go? Just think of the memories.' Helen decided she had better not—her composure was rattled enough already.

A Season for Scandal

New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Laurens takes your breath away with two charming romances...TANGLED REINSMiss Dorothea Darent has no intention of ever getting married, certainly not to a rogue such as the Marquis of Hazelmere. A disreputable scoundrel, he is captivated when they meet by chance and is determined to win her heart, even while she's busy dazzling the rest of London society. Now Dorothea has a choice to make: stick with her plan to remain a respectable spinster, or run into the arms of her dashing stranger....FAIR JUNOWhen the Earl of Merton suddenly finds himself playing the knight in shining armor to a damsel in distress, he knows his days as a notorious rake are numbered. But though the lady seems grateful for his assistance, she flees the scene without revealing her name. And though past scandals and present dangers threaten his pursuit of the mysterious lady, he knows she is to be his destiny.

English Dramatists of To day

Further , let me quote the following single page from “ Ixion : ”Enter Juno and Ixion walking lovingly together , L. Ixion . ... So you are far above each mortal fair . Juno . Such love as this I never heard Jove make . } Ixion .

English Dramatists of To day


Asteroids in the Birth Chart

Juno in Virgo Juno in Virgo will be fair according to their own code of justice. They want mates who are clean almost to the point of phobia, who are precise and unassuming in public. These natives are very particular about daily ...

Asteroids in the Birth Chart

An excellent reference for the meanings of the asteroids in the houses & in the signs. Explanations are clear & to the point, & capture the essence of the asteroids in the birth chart, the finer points that make the chart complete. Includes an ephemeris from 1900 to 2050.

The Distaff Side

“For your information, Juno,my reservations are nothing todowith marriage perse andeverything todo withthe judgment of certain of those who choose tounite their ... fair, Juno conceded to herself, I was never very maternal either.

The Distaff Side

When Bertie, a browbeaten son of Britain's upper crust, wants to marry Mai, the feminist who lives in the mansion down the road, his mother, Augusta, the ultra-snobby Langham matriarch, opposes their union. Tides turn, however, with the introduction of Zhenia Dashkova, the mysterious Russian princess in possession of the Dashkov family emeralds. Beautiful and charming, Zhenia catches the Langhams' eyes at once. But what they don't know can hurt them amidst an elaborate web of fabricated identity and stolen jewels. Combining Jane Austen's wit with Sherlock Holmes's story line, Elizabeth Palmer's The Distaff Side brings historical intrigue to new heists.

A Volume of Poems

Fair Juno was highly offended , of course , And turned to the courts to obtain a divorce , But got no redress from this popular source , For Jupiter c - a - w - e - d till he made himself hoarse , And then sought to quell her by actual ...

A Volume of Poems


Blackwood s Edinburgh Magazine

Fair Juno took the oath ; in solemn strain By name invoking from the realms below The subtartarean gods , the Titan train , That they the sacred covenant might know , Thus was the contract made , and ratified the vow . 17 .

Blackwood s Edinburgh Magazine


Blackwood s Magazine

Fair Juno took the oath ; in solemn strain By name invoking from the realms below The subtartarean gods , the Titan train , That they the sacred covenant might know , Thus was the contract made , and ratified the vow . 17 .

Blackwood s Magazine


Dryden s Final Poetic Mode

Ogilby's more literal , and much less sonorous , ending reads : But Jove where his Retirements were apart Went , and , surpriz'd by Sleep , laid down his Head , Fair Juno by him on a golden Bed . ( p . 30 ) 14.

Dryden s Final Poetic Mode

In Dryden's Final Poetic Mode, Cedric D. Reverand II focuses on Dryden's characteristic concerns—love and war, power and kingship, the heroic code, the Christian ideal—tracing how Dryden at once assembles informing ideals and yet dissolves them.

The Iliad

He said , nor did fair Juno disobey , But flew from Ida's lofty mountain - top To the blest mansions of the happy gods . As when a traveler , who has journeyed much O'er distant lands , in memory recalls The various places he has ...

The Iliad


Chronicles of Capstan Cabin Or The Children s Hour

Cydippe , the proud mother , With eyes that brimmed with love , Bowed low before fair Juno , The queenly wife of Jove , And asked a queenly blessing For her sons who bore the yoke : A deep sleep fell upon them , And then Queen Juno ...

Chronicles of Capstan Cabin  Or  The Children s Hour


The Sphere of Marcus Manilius Made an English Poem

Nor must that gentler Rumour be supprest , ( 2 ) Eratoflbenes as cited by How ( 6 ) Milk once flowing from fair Juno's Breast , is repured the Father of this Fable , Stain'd the Coelestial Pavement ; from whence came This Milky Path ...

The Sphere of Marcus Manilius Made an English Poem


Council of the Gods

VENUS: (blushingly interrupting) O most fair Juno, as jealous as you are vengeful! In spite of your excellent memory, which ever recalls the golden apple so unjustly denied your famous and never quite fully regarded charms, ...

Council of the Gods

A fresh translation of Jose Rizal's 1879 allegorical play, El Consejo de los Dioses to contemporary English. With plenty of illustrations and annotations, revealing Rizal's showy side as Hispanist and classicist, as he creatively brought to life Homer, Virgil, and Cervantes. Included are Fadul's short but insightful biographies of Miguel Cervantes and Jose Rizal.

The Shepherd s Garden

But now fair Juno sits the queen In yonder heaven of light , Great Jove doth nurse a sullen spleen Her softness to requite . Forbear , he cries , to hear the song Of THE SHEPHERD'S GARDEN . 55.

The Shepherd s Garden


The essays of Michael de Montaigne translated into English Ninth edition The translater identified in the preface as Charles Cotton

Whilst Neptune with his massy trident strake , He made the walls of the foundations shake , And the whole city from its platform threw ; Here , to befriend the Greeks , fair Juno drew Into the Scæan ports . The Caunians , jealous of the ...

The essays of Michael de Montaigne  translated into English     Ninth edition  The translater identified in the preface as Charles Cotton