Take a little Miss Perfect. Add a bad-boy chef to the mix. Watch the sparks fly in the kitchen…There’s a fly in sous chef Shaye Harland’s soup. A fly in the form of her brother-in-law to be, a cocky, infuriatingly sexy outsider who muscles in on her kitchen. Del’s gunning for her job and flipping her ordered world upside down. If only he didn’t fry her brains with kisses that threaten to burn her resistance to ashes.Winning a spot on a TV reality show is just what Del Westlake needs to repair the trashed reputation he left behind in L.A. Problem is, the film crew that arrives on Stewart Island captures more than cooking when the kitchen chemistry between him and Shaye turns explosive. Can Del keep his secrets, keep his hands off his delectable sous chef, and prevent his bad-boy ways from destroying his shot at being her Mr. Perfect? READY TO BURN is the third story in Tracey Alvarez’s best-selling Stewart Island books set against the stunning backdrop of Aotearoa, New Zealand. If you like heartwarming, sexy and sweet small town romances with a touch of comedy, you’ll love sharing the journey with these authentic men and women struggling to find their special someone. Download your copy of Ready To Burn and dive into these sensual romance novels! Intended for mature ...
The famous poem Halloween by Robert Burns.
* Illustrated with the original images. * Annotated with concise introduction.* Each book features its own active Table of Contents.* Includes Quotes about Halloween.* Includes History of the holiday and its traditions.* All Annotated Classics books are beautifully designed for easy reading and navigation on e-Readers and mobile devices.CONTENTS:•The Book of Hallowe'en, by Ruth Edna Kelley, the first book-length history of the holiday. •Halloween by Robert Burns•Edgar Allan Poe: Ligeia, Berenice, The Fall of the House of Usher, The Masque of the Red Death, The Pit and the Pendulum, The Black Cat, The Tell-Tale Heart, The Cask of Amontillado, The Murders in the Rue Morgue, The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar, Hop-Frog, Premature Burial and The Raven•Dracula, by Bram Stoker•The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, by Washington Irving•Hallowe'en at Merryvale by Alice Hale Burnett juvenile illustrated novel•The Castle of Otranto by Horace Walpole•Carmilla by J. Sheridan LeFanu•Tales of Men and Ghosts by Edith Wharton•The House of the Vampire by George Sylvester Viereck•The Vampyre; a Tale by John William Polidori•Varney the Vampire by Thomas Preskett Prest•Quotes about Halloween•History of the holiday and its traditions
A town is held hostage by an unholy bargain made by some of the inhabitants; a party game on Halloween brings back memories better left forgotten; one misstep changes the balance of survival during the apocalypse; a group of seemingly typical travelers are stranded in an airport; a widower’s holiday in a seaside town becomes a nightmare . . .The Best Horror of the Year showcases the previous year’s best offerings in short fiction horror. This edition includes award-winning and critically acclaimed authors Neil Gaiman, Kelley Armstrong, Stephen Graham Jones, Carmen Maria Machado, and more.For more than three decades, award-winning editor and anthologist Ellen Datlow has had her finger on the pulse of the latest and most terrifying in horror writing. Night Shade Books is proud to present the eighth volume in this annual series, a new collection of stories to keep you up at night.Table of Contents:Summation 2015 - Ellen DatlowWe Are All Monsters Here - Kelley Armstrong Universal Horror - Stephen Graham JonesSlaughtered Lamb - Tom JohnstoneIn a Cavern, In a Canyon - Laird Barron Between the Pilings - Steve Rasnic Tem Snow - Dale BaileyIndian Giver - Ray Cluley My Boy Builds Coffins - Gary McMahon The Woman in the Hill - Tamsyn Muir Underground Economy - John Langan The Rooms Are ...
Do you love short scary stories for children, especially on Halloween? If you do, get your copy of Tam O' Shanter now! A translated "Modern" version of a narrative poem written by the Scottish poet Robert Burns in 1790. The story describes our main character 'Tam' after a night with his friends in a public house in the Scottish town of Ayr. After a late-night, Tam rides home on his horse Meg whilst a fierce storm brews and comes across witches dancing in an old church. As the music intensifies and, upon seeing Tam the creatures give chase... Can Tam escape? “Tam O' Shanter - Spooky Story for Children" is perfect for Halloween or indeed any night for a spooky read • Created for children and adults by T. M. Wilson • Beautifully illustrated by George A. Raggett • Old Scots original version available
Do you love short scary stories for children, especially on Halloween? If you do, get your copy of Tam O' Shanter now! The original "Old Scots" versions - a narrative poem written by the Scottish poet Robert Burns in 1790. The story describes our main character 'Tam' after a night with his friends in a public house in the Scottish town of Ayr. After a late-night, Tam rides home on his horse Meg whilst a fierce storm brews and comes across witches dancing in an old church. As the music intensifies and, upon seeing Tam the creatures give chase... Can Tam escape? “Tam O' Shanter - Spooky Story for Children" is perfect for Halloween or indeed any night for a spooky read • Created for children and adults by T. M. Wilson • Beautifully illustrated by George A. Raggett • Contemporary translation versions available
People have been enjoying a good horror story since the earliest writings, and no doubt long before then. Now, from the people who compiled "The Ghosts of Chirstmas Past," comes tales of other ghostly, monstrous, and other supernatural creations that have haunted our subconscious for countless ages. The stories range from the late 18th century to the early 20th century, written by some of the greatest authors of our time including Washington Irving, Edgar Allan Poe, Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde, Nathaniel Hawthorne, William Butler Yeats, and Many More!At the end are included two classic horror novels -- Bram Stoker's "Dracula" and what is largely considered the first science fiction novel, Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein.""The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" by Washington Irving"The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe"The Black Cat" by Edgar Allan Poe"The Feast of Samhain" by James Stephens"The Monkey’s Paw" by W. W. Jacobs"A Ghost Story" by Mark Twain"The Canterville Ghost" by Oscar Wilde"Black Stairs on Fire" by Patrick Kennedy"Clay" by James Joyce"Halloween" by Robert Burns"Feathertop" by Nathaniel Hawthorne"Stories of Red Hanrahan" by William Butler Yeats"Frankenstein" by Mary Shelley"Dracula" by Bram Stoker
Take a Chilling Ride of Terror with Horror Celebrities through the most Frightful Haunted Houses across America. Blood Curdling Screams! Scary Monsters of the Night! There's no escape from the Horrific Zombies and grueling Ghosts! Don't Turn Off The Lights...and if you are afraid of the dark, be Scared! Be Very Scarred!