Touch of Enchantment

Touch. of. Enchantment. Can a bumbling witch lost in time find her own knight in
shining armor? When cool-headed scientist and inept witch Tabitha Lennox
inherits her mother's mysterious amulet, she doesn't expect to be hurled seven ...

Touch of Enchantment

Can a bumbling witch lost in time find her own knight in shining armor? When cool-headed scientist and inept witch Tabitha Lennox inherits her mother's mysterious amulet, she doesn't expect to be hurled seven centuries into the past--directly into the path of a surly but gorgeous knight on a quest for vengeance. Sir Colin of Ravenshaw finds himself beguiled by this strange woman who smells like baby shampoo and introduces him to the culinary delights of the Big Mac. Although he is honor-bound to burn her at the stake, Colin soon discovers it is his own heart that is aflame for this enchanting woman he must not love, but cannot live without. Book 2 in Teresa’s LENNOX MAGIC Series, which includes Breath of Magic and Touch of Enchantment “Fine and funny!”—Publishers Weekly “Utterly enchanting, jubilant and magical!”—Romantic Times “Medeiros’s sense of fun and whimsy produce a delightfully magical story with a fairy tale quality.”—Library Journal “Delightful! This is what romantic fantasy is all about.”—Heartland Critiques “Medeiros is magic!”—Christina Dodd, New York Times bestselling author “A superb storyteller. Medeiros can pull every last emotion from the reader with tear-inducing scenes and laugh-out-loud dialogue.”—Booklist ENGLISH LANGUAGE EDITION Time travel romance, Paranormal romance, Historical romance, Contemporary romance

The Hidden Church of the Holy Graal

And yet the prolix history has a certain touch of enchantment, all paths of
disillusion notwithstanding. From whatever point of view it is approached, the
entire text will prove to be sown with difficulties— curious things in truth of the
worlds within ...

The Hidden Church of the Holy Graal

It is at the core of all Western culture: the story of the Holy Grail, the secret history of Christianity and the grand quest to find it that informs everything from tales steeped in centuries, such as the legend of King Arthur, to the most modern popular fiction, like The Da Vinci Code. In this highly readable but densely informative work, Waite, a preeminent 19th-century expert in esoterica, explores all the literature dedicated to this "legend of the soul" from both an intellectual and a spiritual perspective, seeking out the elemental through-lines of this most fundamental of stories as well as a mystical essence of Christianity itself. Students of folklore, readers of fantasy-quest fiction, and seekers after religious truth will all find this a vital resource. American-born British occultist and author ARTHUR EDWARD WAITE (1857-1942) was cocreator of the famous 1910 Rider-Waite Tarot deck. Among his numerous books are Book of Ceremonial Magic, The Holy Kabbalah, and New Encyclopedia of Freemasonry.

World Historical Fiction

... Hannah, My Valiant Knight, 2229 James, Samantha, A Promise Given, 2234
Medeiros, Teresa, Touch of Enchantment, 2274 Monk, Karyn, The Witch and the
Warrior, 2279 Scott, Walter, The Talisman, 2340 Tranter, Nigel G., Columba,
2365; ...

World Historical Fiction

An annotated bibliography covering the best in historical fiction set all around the world

The Irish Monthly Magazine of Politics and Literature

... is particularly struck and attracted by a beautiful female arm and hand : its very
sight is beauty its touch is enchantment - it is the index of the whole feminine form
- it is the epitome of all the other proportions . I never can forgive a woman with ...

The Irish Monthly Magazine of Politics and Literature


The Awakening

... her daughter who stood before the glass bestowing a few final touches of
embellishment upon an otherwise plain toilet. ... that was throwing genial light
and warmth into the room, turning its plainness to beauty as by a touch of
enchantment.

The Awakening

'She wanted to swim far out, where no woman had swum before.' Kate Chopin was one of the most individual and adventurous of nineteenth-century american writers, whose fiction explored new and often startling territory. When her most famous story, The Awakening, was first published in 1899, it stunned readers with its frank portrayal of the inner word of Edna Pontellier, and its daring criticisms of the limits of marriage and motherhood. The subtle beauty of her writing was contrasted with her unwomanly and sordid subject-matter: Edna's rejection of her domestic role, and her passionate quest for spiritual, sexual, and artistic freedom. From her first stories, Chopin was interested in independent characters who challenged convention. This selection, freshly edited form the first printing of each text, enables readers to follow her unfolding career as she experimented with a broad range of writing, from tales for children to decadent fin-de siecle sketches. The Awakening is set alongside thirty-two short stories, illustrating the spectrum of the fiction from her first published stories to her 1898 secret masterpiece, 'The Storm'. ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.

Love the Greatest Enchantment The Sorceries of Sin The Devotion of the Cross Attempted strictly in English asonante and other imitative verse by Denis Florence Mac Carthy With an introduction to each drama and notes by the translator and the Spanish text from the editions of Hartzenbusch Keil and Apontes

Touch ! that , by thy low desires Wholly occupied and trammell'd , Wert a bear ,
since it is born Sightless , formless , and unshapen ! Enter the Touch , amazed .
The Touch . Oh ! the sorrow ! to arise From a bed so softly padded ! Sin . Sight !
that ...

Love the Greatest Enchantment  The Sorceries of Sin  The Devotion of the Cross     Attempted strictly in English asonante and other imitative verse  by Denis Florence Mac Carthy  With an introduction to each drama  and notes by the translator  and the Spanish text from the editions of Hartzenbusch  Keil  and Apontes


Love the Greatest Enchantment the Sorceries of Sin the Devotion of the Cross

... wild that breaks the blue serene , Foreseeing , can behold the coming woe
That on this crystal plain this day thou'rt doom'd to know . The Touch . The Touch
am I , harrowing thy soul so much , That dangers closing round thee seem to
touch .

Love the Greatest Enchantment   the Sorceries of Sin   the Devotion of the Cross


America s Indomitable Character Volume II

... 1781 when he sounds like the Enlightenment thinker himself, in saying of the
changes around him: "When I see ten thousand fetters of authority and system
dissolved, as by the fairy touch of enchantment, and the mind, escaping from
prison, ...

America s Indomitable Character Volume II

Volume II of America's Indomitable Character has information on: A synopsis of Volume I. A preview concerning the content of Volume II with the sub-themes of Nature, human nature, society, the social contract, and education and how they weave into American character identity. American character identity and its Colonial connection to the philosophy of Jean-Jacques Rousseau. The historical personage Michel Guillaume (J. Hector St. John) de Crèvecoeur, a French, British, American Colonial citizen, and the America farmer par excellence who posed the famous question: What is an American? Benjamin Franklin's contributions to the developing American character identity. Thomas Paine's revolutionary views on American character identity. Thomas Jefferson's philosophical contributions to American character identity. John Dickinson, America's soldier and founding father. Hugh Henry Brackenridge, American publisher and author who educated Colonial Americans in politics. The literary group the Connecticut Wits who were both for and against America's independent development. The role of Colonial Religion and early attitudes concerning the American Colonial Theater as they relate to American character identity. The American dramatist and jurist Royall Tyler and his play The Contrast (A Comedy in Five Acts) in which the newly developing American consciousness of independence, including female independence, vis-à-vis English foppery and buffoonery are presented. Further, the use of the Native American's chanson du mort, in this case the Song of Alknomook and the dramaturgical presentation of Yankee Doodle are of utmost importance in understanding The Contrast and how they interplay with American character identity. The Albany Plan of Union. The Declaration of Independence written by the Founding Fathers. The Articles of Confederation (and Perpetual Union). A chronology of theatrical events between 1600 and 1800.

A Sicilian Romance

Her anxiety had now evaporated in joy , and she experienced that airy dance of
spirits which accumulates delight from every object ; and with a power like the
touch of enchantment , can transform a gloomy desert into a smiling Eden . She
flew ...

A Sicilian Romance


Crimea The Great Crimean War 1854 1856

The waters of the Devna lake to the west added a further touch of enchantment
and, on disembarking on 16 June, Sterling was reminded irresistibly of 'a country
something like the Brighton Downs'. And to complete the sense of ease the ...

Crimea  The Great Crimean War  1854 1856

Crimea: The Great Crimean War, 1854-1856 by Trevor Royle The Crimean War is one of history's most compelling subjects. It encompassed human suffering, woeful leadership and maladministration on a grand scale. It created a heroic myth out of the disastrous Charge of the Light Brigade and, in Florence Nightingale, it produced one of history's great heroes. New weapons were introduced; trench combat became a fact of daily warfare outside Sebastopol; medical innovation saved countless soldiers' lives that would otherwise have been lost. The war paved the way for the greater conflagration which broke out in 1914 and greatly prefigured the current situation in Eastern Europe.

The boys and girls book of enchantment

The fairy Goomour clapped her tiny hands , and , tripping forward , she touched
the brush - handle with one of her small fingers . The brush instantly began to go
twice as fast . It rushed into the corners , taking grannie with it ; it glided under the
 ...

The boys  and girls  book of enchantment


A Kiss to Remember

zro, Heather and Velvet Once an Angel A Whisper of Roses Thief of Hearts
Fairest of Them All Breath of Magic Shadows and Lace Touch of Enchantment
Nobody's Darling Lady of Conquest Charming the Prince The Bride and the
Beast A ...

A Kiss to Remember

AWAKENED BY A KISS Laura Fairleigh needs a husband. If she is to keep a roof over her siblings’ heads, the prim rector’s daughter must wed by her twenty-first birthday. When she finds a mysterious stranger with the face of an angel and the body of Adonis unconscious in the forest and with no memory of his name or his past, she decides to claim him for her own. Little does she know that her fallen angel is really the devil in disguise. Sterling Harlow, the notorious rakehell known as the “Devil of Devonbrooke,” awakens to the enchanting kiss of a lovely young woman who informs him he is her long-lost betrothed. With her sun-kissed cheeks and smattering of freckles, she looks every inch the innocent, but her curves possess a woman’s allure. When she assures him he is the perfect gentleman, he wonders if he’s lost his wits as well as his memory. He would have sworn he was not a man to be satisfied with mere kisses—especially from lips as sweet and luscious as Laura’s.As he attempts to uncover the truth before their wedding night, A Kiss To Remember ignites a passion neither of them will ever be able to forget....

Minecraft For Dummies

When an item is enchanted, it shows the names of all its enchantments under the
item label. ... Silk touch I This special enchantment lets you obtain any block you
break as an item, even if it would normally drop another item, such as coal ore ...

Minecraft For Dummies

Don't be a Minecraft tourist – get expert tips and advice in this full-color primer Minecraft For Dummies is the complete guide to playing within the Minecraft world. With easy-to-follow guidance from a team of Minecraft experts, you'll develop programming and engineering skills as you build amazing creations using in-game blocks and mechanical devices. Whether you prefer the PC, console, or portable platform, this helpful guide will walk you through the process of setting up and beginning gameplay, and engage with other users from all around the globe. With this trusty guidebook in hand, you'll navigate the infinite world of Minecraft with confidence, skills, and a storehouse of expert advice. Minecraft is the sandbox construction game that has become a mainstream phenomenon with over a hundred million players. A virtually infinite world and versatile style of play offer endless possibilities for both the hardcore gamer and the total noob, and Minecraft For Dummies shows you everything you need to know before you break your first block. Choose your platform, download the game, and play in all three modes Gather resources, place and break blocks, and use circuits and logic gates Defend your creations against spiders, skeletons, zombies, and the Creeper Travel across the biomes and defeat the enderdragon to win the game Whether you play to win or just like to explore, there is a style of Minecraft that will spark your imagination. Create or destroy, make war or peace, attack or defend – the game is whatever you want it to be. If you're ready to leave your mark on this digital universe, Minecraft For Dummies is the primer you need to get up to speed.

Enchantment Fire in the Mind

Enchantment Level: Sor/Wiz 4 Components: V, S Casting Time: 1 action Range:
Touch This spell requires a melee touch attack to be successful. If the target fails
its Will save, it falls into a deep slumber and cannot be awakened until the ...

Enchantment   Fire in the Mind

This d20 supplement focuses on enchantments. The school of enchantment is a very powerful, but very personal form of magic that allows characters, places, and things to affect the minds of others. With this magic, characters and game masters can make someone fall in love, pledge devotion to a task, or defend a place with his very life.

Fierce Enchantment

“What if someone else touches the tip of my wings like that? I can't control that
feeling.” Levi let out a little ... They're very sensitive, and people know not to touch
them because of touch privileges. You don't go around petting Shade's wings or ...

Fierce Enchantment

Faith Sanders sacrificed her life to save her best friend—only to find herself trapped in an endless sleep. When she awakens, a year has past and everything has changed. Her friends have not only moved on with their lives, but now she’s forever bound to a man she’s never met. When Levi Hughes created a mating bond with the raven-haired, fiery woman, he knew he’d have to face the consequences. Not only does the woman in question bring with her a new battle he might not be ready for, but his past has finally caught up with him. It will take more than the strength of their bond to not only survive their new worlds…but each other. Key Words: Romance, Series, Fantasy, Paranormal, Dominant, Paranormal Series, werewolf romance, shapeshifter romance, fantasy romance, alpha male, series and saga, magic, witch, demon.

Dark Enchantment

“Don't touch me.” She leered at him. “Are you sure you don't want me to touch you
? We know you have a weakness for redheads.” She paused and smiled. “Fae
ones.” “Listen, bitch—” She rolled her eyes and hurried down the stairs in front of
 ...

Dark Enchantment

View our feature on Anya Bast’s Dark Enchantment. Seduced in a dream by a handsome, rugged man, Charlotte Bennett decides to let pleasure and desire lead the way-only to discover her "safe night of passion has dangerous repercussions.

Enchantment Place

''And you can touch cold iron. You wouldn't have needed something like this.'' He
pulled the Darbie hazmat suit from the bag. ''Only wee folks who couldn't touch
steel would need these.'' He pivoted and stared at the fairies, whose wings ...

Enchantment Place

Seventeen original stories about a mall where anything you can imagine is for sale?but who will pay the price? The stores in Enchantment Place live up to the title, catering to a rather unique clientele ranging from vampires and werecreatures to wizards and witches, elves and unicorns?in short, anyone with shopping needs not likely to be met in the chain stores. Here are seventeen shopping trips you?ll never forget, from a store that sells the highest quality familiars?to the non-magical daughter of a magic-filled family who is left to mind the family jewelry store though she has no means to defeat an enchanting thief?to a woman running a Wiccan supply store who is suddenly faced with an IRS audit?

The Enchantment of Modern Life

He loses touch with the remarkable appreciation of agency within nature that
Epicurus actively affirms. Marx did celebrate Epicurus's indifference toward the
gods, or what George McCarthy calls his "critique of all forms of alien objectivity.

The Enchantment of Modern Life

It is a commonplace that the modern world cannot be experienced as enchanted--that the very concept of enchantment belongs to past ages of superstition. Jane Bennett challenges that view. She seeks to rehabilitate enchantment, showing not only how it is still possible to experience genuine wonder, but how such experience is crucial to motivating ethical behavior. A creative blend of political theory, philosophy, and literary studies, this book is a powerful and innovative contribution to an emerging interdisciplinary conversation about the deep connections between ethics, aesthetics, and politics. As Bennett describes it, enchantment is a sense of openness to the unusual, the captivating, and the disturbing in everyday life. She guides us through a wide and often surprising range of sources of enchantment, showing that we can still find enchantment in nature, for example, but also in such unexpected places as modern technology, advertising, and even bureaucracy. She then explains how everyday moments of enchantment can be cultivated to build an ethics of generosity, stimulating the emotional energy and honing the perceptual refinement necessary to follow moral codes. Throughout, Bennett draws on thinkers and writers as diverse as Kant, Schiller, Thoreau, Kafka, Marx, Weber, Adorno, and Deleuze. With its range and daring, The Enchantment of Modern Life is a provocative challenge to the centuries-old ''narrative of disenchantment,'' one that presents a new ''alter-tale'' that discloses our profound attachment to the human and nonhuman world.

The Forbidden Enchantment Mills Boon Intrigue

But the touch of this woman was...different. Somehow... familiar. Her hand on his
waist, even her scent, sweet like the roses surrounding them, with a touch of
clove, made his whole being come to life and stand at attention. She reminded
him ...

The Forbidden Enchantment  Mills   Boon Intrigue

A passionate kiss was the last thing Elizabeth Hamilton expected to share with Magnolia Cove's fire chief–minutes after meeting him!