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Author: Kaitlyn Ewald
ISBN: 1520922035
Pages: 353
Year: 2017-03-25
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Sinning never felt so good...Rayna Claire is damaged.She's on a one way road headed for self-destruction...until Fury shows up.Rayna doesn't need much of anyone until he changes her mind; he's a walking-talking-contradiction that she just can't seem to quit.After being kidnapped by a renegade MC, her entire world was torn apart, but Fury makes her feel human again.Fury makes her feel safe.He's not the kind of man to settle down, and Rayna knows that.Even still, she can't keep her heart or her body from wanting anything he's willing to give her...Fury isn't an easy man to love.He's the Vice President of the Seven Deadlies MC, and he earned his patches the hard way.After the death of his sister, he's still spiraling. His club knows it, he knows it- Fury thinks his life is over, and he doesn't see any light at the end of the tunnel.He's fighting to stay sane, and even that's beginning to lose its magic, until Rayna Claire practically falls into his lap.She knows the same pain that he knows; she knows the same loss, too.Rayna understands him.She makes him ache for things he didn't know he could have.Fury's not the kind of man to settle down, but Rayna makes him want to give her everything...
Author: Joseph Epstein
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195158121
Pages: 109
Year: 2003-08-28
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The best-selling author of Snobbery: The American Verson offers a lively, philosophical treatise on the deadly sin of envy, examining the diverse faces and manifestations of envy, the thoughts of the great philosophers, and discussing the malice that underlies envy, in the first volume in a new series exploring each of the Seven Deadly Sins. (Philosophy)
Author: Robin Wasserman
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439108641
Pages: 256
Year: 2008-06-25
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Alpha girl Harper is used to getting what she wants, and that means Adam, Beth's all-American boytoy. Blond, boring Beth, who Kane, the charming playah, secretly wants too. Miranda thinks Kane is out of her league, but she wants him all the same. And then there's the new girl. Kaia. Who only wants trouble -- and he's definitely on his way. Want to know more? Commit
The Science of Sin
Author: Simon M. Laham
Publisher: Harmony
ISBN: 0307719340
Pages: 217
Year: 2012
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Combines modern research and historical anecdotes to make a lighthearted case for living a sinful life, explaining how moderate indulgences in the "deadly" behaviors can have such benefits as higher self-esteem and better social skills.
Seven Deadly Sins Vol. 1
Author: Robin Wasserman
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1442475048
Pages: 561
Year: 2013-05-07
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Harper and Kane seek to break up Haven High's dream couple, Adam and Beth, and team up with the new girl, Kaia, who is willing to do whatever it takes to get what she wants.
Author: Fisher Amelie
ISBN: 0988812533
Year: 2013-10-29
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Accidentally on Purpose
Author: Kaitlyn Ewald
ISBN: 1980629064
Pages: 201
Year: 2018-03-24
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It all started with an oil change...Lynn Carmichael has the worst luck in love.Newly divorced, she's too picky, too scared, too...unsure.Her best friend, Jessica, has a plan for her though; meet Jessica's brother, love Jessica's brother, and finally become her all sounds so easy.Lynn's interested-oh boy, is she ever- but can she let go of the past long enough to make the right choice, for once?Aiden Dawson has no idea what he's doing.He's been single for too long, his sister seems to think he should give her best friend a chance, but he's confident he'll ruin their friendship if he tries.As far as he's concerned, he has the worst luck in love.And, then he meets Lynn, and it changes his life for the better in every way.But, there seems to be someone who doesn't want to see them reach their happily ever after...This is a standalone contemporary romance novel! This is NOT an MC romance!Content warning: explicit love scenes, violence, vulgar language.Intended for mature audiences.
Author: Media Adams
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 144052825X
Pages: 160
Year: 2011-08-18
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The Seven Deadly Sins have sliced up the dictionary and taken what's theirs. No one vice is too greedy as each volume prides itself on having more than 500 entries. Word lovers will lust after these richly packaged volumes--and once you've collected all seven, you'll be the envy of all your friends. Greed: A Dictionary for the Selfish Surprisingly, it didn't claim every word in the OED (although if it could, it would). This pocket-sized dictionary swipes only the most worthy of syllables, as well as the reader's attention.
Seven Deadly Sins Vol. 3
Author: Robin Wasserman
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1442475080
Pages: 880
Year: 2013-10-01
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Collects the final three stories of the teens from Haven High, including the teens dealing with the death of a friend; a trip to Las Vegas; and the end of the school year approaching along with prom and graduation.
Gluttony : The Seven Deadly Sins
Author: Francine Prose
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0199760683
Pages: 128
Year: 2003-09-11
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In America, notes acclaimed novelist Francine Prose, we are obsessed with food and diet. And what is this obsession with food except a struggle between sin and virtue, overeating and self-control--a struggle with the fierce temptations of gluttony. In Gluttony, Francine Prose serves up a marvelous banquet of witty and engaging observations on this most delicious of deadly sins. She traces how our notions of gluttony have evolved along with our ideas about salvation and damnation, health and illness, life and death. Offering a lively smorgasbord that ranges from Augustine's Confessions and Chaucer's Pardoner's Tale, to Petronius's Satyricon and Dante's Inferno, she shows that gluttony was in medieval times a deeply spiritual matter, but today we have transformed gluttony from a sin into an illness--it is the horrors of cholesterol and the perils of red meat that we demonize. Indeed, the modern take on gluttony is that we overeat out of compulsion, self-destructiveness, or to avoid intimacy and social contact. But gluttony, Prose reminds us, is also an affirmation of pleasure and of passion. She ends the book with a discussion of M.F.K. Fisher's idiosyncratic defense of one of the great heroes of gluttony, Diamond Jim Brady, whose stomach was six times normal size. "The broad, shiny face of the glutton," Prose writes, "has been--and continues to be--the mirror in which we see ourselves, our hopes and fears, our darkest dreams and deepest desires." Never have we delved more deeply into this mirror than in this insightful and stimulating book.
Author: Phyllis Tickle
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195156609
Pages: 97
Year: 2004
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Presents an overview of the concept of greed as it has evolved through the ages, from an early Christian concept of greed as a sin up to its twentieth-century definition as a psychological problem.
When Greed Turns Deadly
Author: Dixie Murphy, Patricia Terry
ISBN: 0979558859
Pages: 516
Year: 2012-07-10
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The two women found dead in their beds had been executed. There was no robbery, no sexual motivation. The satanic writings and red candles found at the scene had been staged to throw investigators off track. The killer, or killers, just wanted the women dead! One of them, Betty Lou Gray, had been the primary target, while the other, a close friend, had simply been in the wrong place at the wrong time. From the beginning, the prime suspect had been Betty Lou's husband Bill. A dominating and controlling husband, he had kept his wife penniless and almost in bondage for 28 years until, finally, she'd had enough and asked for a divorce. The obvious motivation was money, a $250,000 life insurance policy, and with his wife dead there would be no splitting of assets in a divorce settlement. If he could succeed in hiding the insurance money and the pawnshop assets from his children, Bill Gray would become a rich man. It seemed an open and shut case, but it was not to be. In this true story, Dixie Murphy follows a trail of suspicion and intrigue, and reveals the virtually unprecedented means used to finally bring a murderer to justice.
Author: Wendy Wasserstein
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019803721X
Pages: 144
Year: 2005-01-07
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Here is a rollicking parody of the self-help genre, one that skewers the couch-bound, apathetic mentality so pervasive in America today. With tongue in cheek, Sloth guides readers step-by-step toward a life of noncommittal inertia. "You have the right to be lazy," writes Wasserstein. "You can choose not to respond. You can choose not to move." Readers will find out the importance of Lethargiosis--the process of eliminating energy and drive, the vital first step in becoming a sloth. To help you attain the perfect state of indolent bliss, the book offers a wealth of self-help aids. Readers will find the sloth songbook, sloth breakfast bars (packed with sugar, additives, and a delicious touch of Ambien), sloth documentaries (such as the author's 12-hour epic on Thomas Aquinas), and the sloth network, channel 823, programming guaranteed not to stimulate or challenge in any way. ("It may be difficult to distinguish between this and other channels, but only on channel 823 can you watch me sleeping.") Readers will also learn the top ten lies about Sloth, the ten commandments of Sloth, the SLOTH mantra, even the "too-much ten"--over-achievers such as Marie Curie, Shakespeare, and William the Conqueror. You will discover how to become a sloth in your diet, exercise, work, and even love-life (true love leads to passion, she warns, and passion is the biggest enemy of sloth). Wendy Wasserstein is one of America's great comic writers--one who always has a serious point to her humor. Here, as she pokes fun at the self-help industry, she also satirizes the legion of Americans who are cultural and political sloths.
Seven Deadly Sins
Author: Michelle Anderson Picarella, Stephen Penner, A. T. Russell
ISBN: 0615597971
Pages: 248
Year: 2012-02-01
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SEVEN SINS. SEVEN AUTHORS. SEVEN LESSONS. In this Novel Collaboration, seven authors join forces to explore the nature and consequences of sin. Envy. Gluttony. Greed. Lust. Pride. Sloth. Wrath. The greatest of stories inspired by the gravest of sins. Whether you like fantasy, paranormal, or good, old-fashioned, straight fiction, this collection is sure to lead you into temptation. Features illustrations by Stephen Penner and a foreword by Braxton Cosby.
The Science of Sin
Author: Jack Lewis
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472936175
Pages: 288
Year: 2018-07-12
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'Entertaining and enlightening ... offers ways to temper our anti-social tendencies.' Dr Michael Mosley, science journalist and TV presenter It can often seem that we are utterly surrounded by temptation, from the ease of online shopping and the stream of targeted advertising encouraging us to greedily acquire yet more stuff, to the coffee, cake and fast-food shops that line our streets, beckoning us in to over-indulge on all the wrong things. It can feel like a constant battle to stay away from the temptations we know we shouldn't give in to. Where exactly do these urges come from? If we know we shouldn't do something, for the sake of our health, our pockets or our reputation, why is it often so very hard to do the right thing? Anyone who has ever wondered why they never seem to be able to stick to their diet, anyone to whom the world seems more vain and self-obsessed than ever, anyone who can't understand why love-cheats pursue their extra-marital affairs, anyone who struggles to resist the lure of the comfy sofa, or anyone who makes themselves bitter through endless comparison with other people, anyone who is addicted to their smartphone – this book is for you. The Science of Sin brings together the latest findings from neuroscience research to shed light on the universally fascinating subject of temptation – where it comes from, how to resist it and why we all tend to succumb from time to time. With each chapter inspired by one of the seven deadly sins, neurobiologist Jack Lewis illuminates the neural battles between temptation and restraint that take place within our brains, suggesting strategies to help us better manage our most troublesome impulses with the explicit goal of improving our health, our happiness and our productivity – helping us to say 'no!' more often, especially when it really counts.

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