All Zapora wants is to have a home and a family who cares about her. But when she's Chosen as the King's concubine and added as the fourth member to his harem, Zapora isn't exactly thrilled. There is a dark heart that lurks within King Maleek, and all he wants is someone who will love him. But can Zapora save him or should she flee while she still can? Being Chosen wasn't her destiny, taming the Beastly King was.
Lin Xiao could only refuse to go to the party because something unpleasant had happened along the way. When he left the party and found himself in the forest, a group of ferocious beasts that would turn into savages would slaughter their way in front of him. They wanted to see how Lin Xiao would bring the beast king to a rich family and ascend to the peak of life!
A new approach to the classic fairy tale. The story of Beauty and the Beast with a twist. What if the woman was the one turned into the creature? A realm of adventure and peril mingled with romance, friendship, and sword and sorcery. Join Pluck as she travels through a strange land of danger and intrigue as she finds allies and foes alike in her search to lift her monstrous curse. Begin this action-adventure epic dark fantasy series for free by reading the first book, Beauty of the Beast #1 The Mystic Rose: Part A: The Flower, The Sword, and The Kiss. A story like Beauty and the Beast but with more action and menacing darkness. In the fourth story, Pluck begins her search for the prophecies of the Serviatrix. Votar and King Solom journey to the Valley of Blood where one claiming to be the Serviatrix has appeared. Beauty Of The Beast Epic Dark Fantasy Series: 0. Alba: Beauty of the Beast 1. Beauty of the Beast #1 The Mystic Rose- Part A- The Flower, The Sword, And The Kiss 2. Beauty of the Beast #1 The Mystic Rose- Part B- A Vow Of Love And The Challenge 3. Beauty of the Beast #1 The Mystic Rose- Part C- Hearts Betrayed And Blood Revealed 4. Beauty of the Beast #2 Daughter Of A King- Part A- Serviatrix's Plight
John 6 66 Eternity with the Trinity Vs Eternity with the Beast
On this PEARLIEST PEARL of wisdom and more... Beloved reader, ANYONE AND EVERYONE is invited to know this booklet and of whatever age. It is a doctrinal and somewhat autobiographical booklet mainly of nonfictional incidents, miraculous and so providential, and with a short section of a fictional dialogue. It is a spiritually ecumenical inspirational booklet. The cover of The Last Supper is original and portrays the actual Holy Grail kept in Valenica, Spain. It is hoped that this booklet will be translated well and in any and all languages even to reach even millions, God-willing. It is great to have it historically begin in this Year of Faith.
The conniving yet quite stupid Queen Holandasia, her even sillier son Prince William, the intelligent and beautiful Princess Clarabella, Snootenville the royal and oh-so-sarcastic butler, and all the strange palace staff of Grottenville return in this second Grottenville book. Prince William and Princess Clarabella are officially engaged. The palace of Grottenville is in a buzz and a flurry, what with all the wedding plans and preparations. Queen Holandasia is insistent on a Hawaiian menu, tomato red drapes, and a pineapple wedding cake! Princess Clarabella is secretly wishing that her future mother-in-law would just disappear. To add to the buzz and flurry, Princess Clarabella’s parents King Engelbert and Queen Bertha arrive at the door of Grottenville palace. Snootenville the butler is his usual sarcastic self but is secretly quite excited about the pending union, as the princess comes from a very wealthy kingdom, and this could mean great benefits to all the staff. Grottenville is still in severe economic decline, and a marriage between poor Prince William and rich Princess Clarabella will definitely fix all of that. Everyone is dreaming of new velvet drapes, soft cuddly slippers, and pots of steaming hot tea! But what strange illness has suddenly befallen Queen Holandasia? What are the strange eerie cries echoing down the dark dismal passages of Grottenville palace? Is the upcoming wedding cursed by some strange evil lurking in the palace hallways? Lots of surprises and snorts, hiccups and howls, and lies and laughter fill the pages of Beauty and the Beastly Wedding. Have fun with the delightful, quirky, and sometimes absolutely awful Grottenville royalty; servants; and, of course, our new arrivals, the not-so-easily convinced King Engelbert and his very trusting, loving wife Queen Bertha with her purple hair and excellent massage techniques. And like all good stories, learn a moral or two and even some brilliant handy hints! A very entertaining read for young and old alike. Enjoy!
What do werewolves, vampires, and the Little Mermaid have in common? They are all shapechangers. In The Beastly Bride, acclaimed editors Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling bring together original stories and poems from a stellar lineup of authors including Peter S. Beagle, Ellen Kushner, Jane Yolen, Lucius Shepard, and Tanith Lee, as well as many new, diverse voices. Terri Windling provides a scholarly, yet accessible introduction, and Charles Vess?s decorations open each story. From Finland to India, the Pacific Northwest to the Hamptons, shapechangers are part of our magical landscape?and The Beastly Bride is sure to be one of the most acclaimed anthologies of the year.
Back by popular demand, The King's Quest Companion has been revised to cover the new game VI in the King's Quest series of fantasy medieval computer games. Spear tells the story of the King's Quest in a fictional narrative that is packed with answers to all six of these convoluted and intriguing games. Illustrated.