Praise for books in the Blue Justice series "The characters, the mystery, and the nonstop action will keep you glued to the pages."--Suspense Magazine "Energetic and tense until the end.
Author: Lynette Eason
FBI Special Agent Lincoln St. John is living his own personal nightmare. When the woman he loves, Allison Radcliffe, is killed, he devotes his life to tracking down the killers and making them pay for their crimes. He expected it to be a challenge. What he never expected was to find Allison very much alive shortly after her "murder." As his anger and hurt mix with relief, Linc isn't sure how he's supposed to feel. One thing he does know for sure: he and Allison will have to work together to stop a killer before she dies a second time--this time for good. Bestselling and award-winning author Lynette Eason closes out her Blue Justice series with a story that will have you tearing through the pages to get to the stunning conclusion.
The Courtesan's Courtship When Dianthe Lovejoy is accused of murdering a courtesan who bears an uncanny resemblance to her, she goes into hiding.
Author: Gail Ranstrom
Publisher: Mills & Boon
The Courtesan's Courtship When Dianthe Lovejoy is accused of murdering a courtesan who bears an uncanny resemblance to her, she goes into hiding. The only man who can protect her is her enemy -- notorious rake Lord Geoffrey Morgan. Owing a debt of honour to her relative, Lord Geoffrey reluctantly takes in the meddlesome miss. But when he learns of her plan to masquerade as a courtesan to unmask the villain, he vows to put a stop to the ridiculous scheme. Thinking that training Dianthe in the courtesan arts will scare her off, Geoffrey discovers that he's met his match. Especially when Dianthe practices her newly acquired wiles on him... A Wild Justice For despite Lady Annica Sayles's determination to remain a spinster -- the better to avenge wronged women, the better to guard her heart -- her passionate response to Tristan Sinclair, the elusive Earl of Auberville, swept her into a web of intrigue and desire beyond her wildest imaginings! What he got was an independent woman with secrets of her own. But Annica Sayles, this most unsuitable of brides, suited him exactly, for she shared his thirst for justice and stirred his deepest needs!
But marriage is more than a legal contract, it is a solemn vow that requires thoughtful consideration of the deep obligations and responsibilities you will pledge this day.” She looked up and asked, “Justice and Liza, are you ready ...
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Author: Emma Renshaw
Publisher: Just Read Books, LLC
One night changed an entire town. And it wrecked my life. It was built with secrets. Secrets I kept from nearly everyone. Things no one would expect from the sweet, smiling girl with a flower shop. Besides my family, there wasn’t a person in this town that knew what I’d been hiding. I’d kept it locked away safely since the fire. I never expected to be faced with my shame, to have my darkness exposed in the light of day. I never thought Colt, the man who invaded too many of my thoughts, would be the one to bring it crashing down. He asked too many questions and saw straight through me, down to my soul. He unravelled me with one smoldering look. That’s all it took for my carefully guarded world to begin to crumble. When everything begins spinning into chaos, Colt promises to be there. I want to believe him. I want to get lost in his strong embrace, but I know I don’t deserve him. And he deserves more than all my fractured pieces. I should have known all along that keeping secrets would burn down my entire world.
The Objectivity of Justice: the most important characteristic of the virtue of justice is its objectivity. Temperance and fortitude depend on our own subjective dispositions. Justice as such has nothing to do with how we feel about the ...
Author: Thomas Merton
Publisher: Liturgical Press
As novice master of the Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of Gethsemani in Kentucky, Thomas Merton presented weekly conferences to familiarize his charges with the meaning and purpose of the vows they aspired to undertake. In this setting, he offered a thorough exposition of the theological, canonical, and above all spiritual dimensions of the vows. Merton set the vows firmly in the context of the anthropological, moral, soteriological, and ecclesial dimensions of human, Christian, and monastic life. He addressed such classical themes of Christian morality as the nature of the human person and his acts; the importance of justice in relation to the Passion of Christ, to friendship and to love; and self-surrender as the key to grace, prayer and the vowed life. Merton's words on these topics clearly spring from a committed heart and often flow with the soaring intensity of style that we have come to expect in his more enthusiastic prose. The texts of these conferences represent the longest and most systematically organized of any of numerous series of conferences that Merton presented during the decade of his mastership. They may be the most directly pastoral work Merton ever wrote.
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Therefore to do justice and judgment whose bow is weakened . “ Giving , " she saith , is of God . But what is in the midst of the " the vow to him that voweth . ” For no one earth ? ” For ought those who dwell in the could vow anything ...
Now the breach of a vow , weigh'd in Justice's cale , Or in man or in woman , alike will avail . And tho'husbands there are much addicted to roam , There are some find felicity only at home ! To all such , may your sentiments never ...