New York Times bestselling author Linda Howard brings you a fanfavorite story of love, strength and healing After a horrific accident leaves Blake Remington unable to walk, he becomes bitter, frustrated and angry. Even his beautiful physiotherapist, Dione Kelley, has trouble breaking through the walls he’s put up. Dione knows that falling for a patient is outofbounds, but there’s something so appealing about Blake, despite his anger. The more she works with him, the more she can see a quiet strength shining through his darkness. Soon, she starts to see the passionate, loving man he once was. But are his feelings for her just gratitude, or evidence of true love? Previously Published.
Dione knows that falling for a patient is outofbounds, but there’s something so appealing about Blake, despite his anger. The more she works with him, the more she can see a quiet strength shining through his darkness.
Author: Linda Howard
Publisher: HQN Books
Selections from twenty-seven Hebrew poets, many of whose poems appear here in English for the first time.
When You Come Lie with Me Come Like My Father When you come lie with me come like my father come in the dark speak with his voice which I won't recognize I'll crawl on all fours and talk about all that I don't have and you'll scold me: ...
Publisher: State University of New York Press
"A masterpiece of contemporary Bible translation and commentary."—Los Angeles Times Book Review, Best Books of 1999 Acclaimed for its masterful new translation and insightful commentary, The David Story is a fresh, vivid rendition of one of the great works in Western literature. Robert Alter's brilliant translation gives us David, the beautiful, musical hero who slays Goliath and, through his struggles with Saul, advances to the kingship of Israel. But this David is also fully human: an ambitious, calculating man who navigates his life's course with a flawed moral vision. The consequences for him, his family, and his nation are tragic and bloody. Historical personage and full-blooded imagining, David is the creation of a literary artist comparable to the Shakespeare of the history plays.
2 SAMUEL 13:12 her, "Come lie with me, my sister." And she said to him, "Don't, my brother, don't abuse me, for it should not be done thus in Israel, don't do this scurrilous thing. And I, where would I carry my shame?
Author: Robert Alter
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
5 : 6 shall come up briers and thorns : 7:23 . it shall ( even ) be for briers and thorns . 24. the land shall become ... me down and slept ; 41 : 8 ( 9 ) . and ( now ) that he lieth Pro . ... Come lie with me , my sister . Eze . 4 : 4.
Author: George V. Wigram
myself heard another say , when he was tempting a maid to commit uncleanness with him , it was in Oliver's days ) . That if she did prove with child ... Here is her unclean desire made known ; “ Come , lie with me , " said she . 4.
Author: John Bunyan
And I myself Desperate words . heard another say , when he was tempting of a maid to commit uncleanness with himit was in Oliver's days - that if she did ... Here is her unclean desire made known , Come , ' lie with me , ' said she . 4.
Author: John Bunyan
Entertaining, thought-provoking depictions of classic Bible stories Renowned mythologist Bernard Evslin finds a powerful balance of tradition and modernity in his strongly realized retellings of Old Testament stories. His rendition reflects the literary style of the King James Bible and stays true to the Old Testament worldview and spirit—but also uses streamlined descriptions and dialogue, to balance the archaic language that can deter contemporary readers. Here you’ll find fresh versions of the iconic stories of Adam and Eve; Lot’s daughters; Jacob’s ladder; David and Goliath; Rebecca at the well; the twin brothers Jacob and Esau; and more, in a style that engages both the senses and the imagination.
Come, little serpent, I am Edju, your princess, your holy nest, your cave of delight. Come lie with me, and we shall sleep the sweet, braided sleep of winter.” She seized his garment and tried to pull him into her embrace.
Author: Bernard Evslin
Publisher: Open Road Media
Category: Juvenile Fiction
A guide to exploring and experiencing the spiritual aspects of your marriage or long-term relationship, from the author of The Future of Love. The most precious gift any relationship can offer is the opportunity for spiritual growth—for deeper intimacy, transcendent moments, and emotional healing. In the tradition of her bestselling book True Love, Daphne Rose Kingma’s Heart & Soul takes you on a journey through love’s varied and beautiful corridors. Her exuberant, wise, and accessible insights show how our intimate relationships can be an infinite source of strength and happiness. Praise for Heart & Soul “Kingma delineates in this book in a series of brief and enchanting essays the spiritual dimensions of an intimate relationship. The challenge is to cherish each other's souls and to champion each other's spiritual growth. This means attending to the unfolding of your relationship with heart; sharing transcendental moments; learning the language of intimacy; being gentle, patient, and kind; practicing the art of empathy; and integrating the divine erotic.” —Spirituality & Practice
Wouldn't it be wonderful if you could just say, “Come lie with me in the rose petals,”-if you had the rose petals to lie in, if you had enough time to lie down, sweetly, deliciously, in them, if you had the whispering beautiful ...
Author: Daphne Rose Kingma
Publisher: Mango Media
Category: Family & Relationships
Right : When Jofeph's mistress tempted him , yea , tempted him daily ; yea , fhe laid hold on him , and faid , with her whore's forehead , " Come , lie with me ; " but he refufed : He hearkened not to lie with her , or to be with her .
Author: John Bunyan
(Double-column pages; foreword by John R. Kohlenberger III) A literal translation of the original text with symbols that allow the non-reader of Greek and Hebrew to discover the force and intent of the original.
... attend to his business , -and there was no ' man took and bound upon his hand a crimson thread of the household a there , in the house > 12 that sayingshe caught him by his garment saying|| This came first ! Come ! lie with me .
Publisher: Kregel Publications