The Underworld in civil war. The cause? A witch who can reanimate the dead. A sexy as sin vampire determined to claim her. An infuriatingly handsome warlock torn between duty and love. Who says blonds have more fun? After defending herself against fairy magic, Jolie Wilkins wakes to find her world turned upside down-the creatures of the Underworld on the precipice of war. The Underworld is polarized in a battle of witch against witch, creature against creature, led by the villainous Bella, who would be Queen. While Jolie has one goal in mind, to stake the vampire, Ryder, who nearly killed her, she also must choose between the affections of her warlock employer, Rand, and the mysteriously sexy vampire, Sinjin. And as if that weren't enough to ruin a girl's day, everything Jolie knows will be turned inside out when she's thrust into the shock of a lifetime.
Somewhere Over the Rainbow The Land of Oz is full of characters, each unique and yet also familiar to bridge players everywhere. In this third installment, the Over the Rainbow Bridge Club is threatened by dark forces led by the Wicked Witch of the West. Can Dorothy and her friends come to the rescue? Following If I Only had a Heart and Bridge Over the the Rainbow, this book completes the trilogy with humour and great bridge.
To have a great piece in illustrations and storytelling, it takes a considerable amount of precise planning. This notebook is made to attend to the demands of film makers, story book illustrators, comic artists and advertisers. This notebook contains 120 pages and each pages comprises four 16:9 frames positioned horizontally with lines below for texts. This notebook is a must-have for storyboarding and it is fitting for people who endeavor in creative projects of this kind and it is fashioned to help the creative minds of artists and authors that are building their stories.
"Double Toil and Trouble is a posthumous volume of fiction by Arkansawyer novelist Donald Harington (1935-2009). Featuring a suspense novel and four stories, this collection adds several new chapters to the saga of Stay More, the fictional Ozarks village where Harington set more than a dozen novels"--
"High Impact" offers high-interest books for the full secondary age range to motivate reluctant readers. Grouped into four language levels (reading ages A 6-7, B 7-8, C 8-9 and D 9-10), they gradually develop students' literacy skills and confidence.
Scorn the witch. Fear the witch. Burn the witch. History is filled with stories of women accused of witchcraft, of fearsome girls with arcane knowledge. Toil & Trouble features fifteen stories of girls embracing their power, reclaiming their destinies and using their magic to create, to curse, to cure—and to kill. A young witch uses social media to connect with her astrology clients—and with a NASA-loving girl as cute as she is skeptical. A priestess of death investigates a ritualized murder. A bruja who cures lovesickness might need the remedy herself when she falls in love with an altar boy. A theater production is turned upside down by a visiting churel. In Reconstruction-era Texas, a water witch uses her magic to survive the soldiers who have invaded her desert oasis. And in the near future, a group of girls accused of witchcraft must find their collective power in order to destroy their captors. This collection reveals a universal truth: there’s nothing more powerful than a teenage girl who believes in herself.