10 romans Azur 1 gratuit no3825 3834 Mai 2017

Titre : 10 romans Azur 1 gratuit no3825 3834 Mai 2017
Auteur : Collectif
Éditeur : Harlequin
ISBN-13 : 9782280377263
Libération : 2017-05-01

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"Intégrale 10 romans Azur + 1 gratuit : tous les titres Azur de mai 2017 en un seul clic ! Poussez les portes d’un monde fait de luxe, de glamour et de passions bouleversantes. Ici, les hommes sont beaux, riches et arrogants; les femmes impétueuses, fières et flamboyantes. Entre eux, le désir est immédiat... et l’amour impossible. Valeurs, intérêts, quiproquos : tout les oppose et pourtant... A leurs côtés vous vivrez les plus tumultueuses des passions, vous plongerez dans les eaux troubles du désir, vibrerez sans retenue face à la force implacable du destin, avant de vous abandonner, enfin, au plaisir de voir l’amour triompher de cette grande aventure. Un shot d’émotion pure, un plaisir coupable (ou pas) à s’offrir sans retenue. Mariés sous condition, Cathy Williams Son patron pour amant, Christy McKellen La fiancée de Gaetano Leonetti, Lynne Graham Un refuge en Ecosse, Lucy Ellis Au-delà de l'interdit, Maisey Yates L'orgueil du cheikh, Caitlin Crews Une surprise bouleversante, Robyn Grady Envoûtée par un milliardaire, Julia James Le défi de Matteo Di Sione, Carol Marinelli Le secret d'une princesse, Chantelle Shaw - réédité BONUS ! 1 roman GRATUIT inclus : L'ivresse d'une nuit, Kate Hewitt - réédité"

The Walking Dead Descent Exclusive Digital Booklet

Titre : The Walking Dead Descent Exclusive Digital Booklet
Auteur : Jay Bonansinga
Éditeur : Macmillan
ISBN-13 : 9781466878075
Libération : 2014-07-11

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A free promotional sampler containing the first chapter of the latest installment in the Walking Dead novel series!

Di Sione s Innocent Conquest

Titre : Di Sione s Innocent Conquest
Auteur : Carol Marinelli
Éditeur : Harlequin
ISBN-13 : 9781488000966
Libération : 2016-07-01

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"Matteo, I want that necklace. Whatever it takes, find it and bring it to me." Prickly, buttoned-up racing team owner Abby Ellison isn't legendary playboy Matteo Di Sione's type. But Abby has something he needs—a necklace prized by his grandfather—and where his lethal charm doesn't work, sponsorship of her team does! As they travel from Dubai to Monte Carlo to Brazil, Matteo thrives on the thrill of the racing world and the surprising allure of innocent Abby. But when he discovers the secret that drives Abby's ambition, Matteo realises he can't just take the necklace and walk away…

Roman Honor

Titre : Roman Honor
Auteur : Carlin A. Barton
Éditeur : Univ of California Press
ISBN-13 : 0520925645
Libération : 2001

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This book is an attempt to coax Roman history closer to the bone, to the breath and matter of the living being. Drawing from a remarkable array of ancient and modern sources, Carlin Barton offers the most complex understanding to date of the emotional and spiritual life of the ancient Romans. Her provocative and original inquiry focuses on the sentiments of honor that shaped the Romans' sense of themselves and their society. Speaking directly to the concerns and curiosities of the contemporary reader, Barton brings Roman society to life, elucidating the complex relation between the inner life of its citizens and its social fabric.Though thoroughly grounded in the ancient writings especially the work of Seneca, Cicero, and Livy this book also draws from contemporary theories of the self and social theory to deepen our understanding of ancient Rome. Barton explores the relation between inner desires and social behavior through an evocative analysis of the operation, in Roman society, of contests and ordeals, acts of supplication and confession, and the sense of shame. As she fleshes out Roman physical and psychological life, she particularly sheds new light on the consequential transition from republic to empire as a watershed of Roman social relations.Barton's ability to build productively on both old and new scholarship on Roman history, society, and culture and her imaginative use of a wide range of work in such fields as anthropology, sociology, psychology, modern history, and popular culture will make this book appealing for readers interested in many subjects. This beautifully written work not only generates insight into Roman history, but also uses that insight to bring us to a new understanding of ourselves, our modern codes of honor, and why it is that we think and act the way we do."