Description : THE PRINCE'S SECRET LOVE CHILD! Shocking news has rocked the Mediterranean Principality of Agon. Prince Theseus—second in line to the throne—is rumored to have fathered a secret love child. Reports surfaced the moment stunning royal biographer Joanne Brooks was hired to memorialize King Astraeus's reign. It seems she's brought more than pens and paper! Witnesses suggest that five years ago, our onetime bad boy prince traveled the world in disguise as engineer Theo Petakis and met Joanne. This reporter wants to know how Ms. Brooks will react when our commanding prince wants to claim his child and his bride!
Description : Talos Claims His Virgin Talos Kalliakis, the youngest Prince of Agon, has found the perfect gift for King Astraeus’s Jubilee gala – the talents of exquisite violinist Amalie Cartwright. But now Talos has Amalie hidden away in his villa for the most private of performances. Surely it can’t be long before they start changing their tune...to the royal wedding march! Theseus Discovers His Heir Shocking news has rocked the Mediterranean principality of Agon. Prince Theseus is rumoured to have fathered a love child – to stunning royal biographer Joanne Brookes! Five years ago our one-time bad boy prince travelled the world in disguise and met Joanne. This reporter wants to know how Ms Brooks will react when the Prince wants to claim his child and his bride... Helios Crowns His Mistress From the depths of the palace comes whispers of a threat to Agon. Crown Prince Helios is bound to marry the Princess of Monte Cleure; but will the discovery of his secret lover, Amy Green, shatter the kingdom? An exclusive source has revealed that Amy has ended their affair, but Helios isn’t a man to be denied. Legally, he must wed someone of royal blood, so the question remains: will he do as duty commands, or will he risk his crown to marry his mistress?
Description : Harlequin® Presents brings you four new titles for one great price! This Presents box set includes: THE QUEEN'S NEW YEAR SECRET (Princes of Petras) by Maisey Yates The fairy tale is over for all of Petras when Queen Tabitha—refusing to live in a loveless marriage—asks her husband for a divorce. But anger erupts into passion, and when Tabitha flees the palace she's carrying King Kairos's heir! THESEUS DISCOVERS HIS HEIR (The Kalliakis Crown) by Michelle Smart Stunning Joanne Brooks's arrival on Agon has given the royal family more than they bargained for…she's the mother of Prince Theseus's secret love child! How will she react now that the commanding prince wants to claim his heir and his bride? AWAKENING THE RAVENSDALE HEIRESS (The Ravensdale Scandals) by Melanie Milburne Miranda Ravensdale's first love ended in tragedy, so she vowed to bury her heart with the memories. No man has broken through her facade—until billionaire Leandro Allegretti! Leandro plans to coax her dormant sensuality into life, kiss by seductive kiss… THE MARRIAGE HE MUST KEEP (The Wrong Heirs) by Dani Collins Alessandro Ferrante was pleasantly surprised to discover passion in his convenient marriage to shy heiress Octavia. But when their fragile union is tested, Alessandro must seduce his wife again and ensure Octavia—and his child—are his forever! Be sure to collection Harlequin® Presents' December 2015 Box set 2 of 2!
Description : Prince's scandalous night with the innocent Talos Kalliakis, the youngest Prince of Agon, has found the perfect gift for King Astraeus's jubilee gala—the talents of exquisite violinist Amalie Cartwright. The warrior prince crossed Europe to find his perfect candidate, and he won't take no for an answer! But rumor has it that Amalie won't perform, and now Talos has her hidden away in his villa, where sources suggest he's claimed the most private of performances. With tensions running high, surely it can't be long before they start changing their tune…to the royal wedding march!
Description : Which Greek god makes the best parent? Would you want to be one of Artemis’ Hunters? Why do so many monsters go into retail? Spend a little more time in Percy Jackson’s world—a place where the gods bike among us, monsters man snack bars, and each of us has the potential to become a hero. Find out: Why Dionysus might actually be the best director Camp Half-Blood could have How to recognize a monster when you see one Why even if we aren’t facing manticores and minotaurs, reading myth can still help us deal with the scary things in our own lives Plus, consult our glossary of people, places, and things from Greek myth: how Medusa got her snake hair extensions, why Chiron isn’t into partying and paintball like the rest of his centaur family, and the whole story on Percy’s mythical namesake.
Description : THE HEIR'S CHOICE: MISTRESS OR WIFE? Breaking news: From the depths of the palace come whispers of a threat to Agon. It's public knowledge that Crown Prince Helios is bound to marry the princess of Monte Cleure, but will the discovery of his secret lover, Amy Green, shatter the kingdom? An exclusive source has revealed that Amy has ended their affair—leaving Helios furious. And we all know he's not a man to be denied! Legally, Helios must wed someone of pure royal blood. So the question remains: Will he do as duty commands, or will he risk his crown to marry his mistress?
Description : This brilliant retelling of the story of Theseus, the king of Athens, brings Greek mythology vividly to life and remains 'one of the truly fine historical novels of modern times' (The New York Times) Theseus is the grandson of the King of Troizen, but his paternity is shrouded in mystery - can he really be the son of the god Poseidon? When he discovers his father's sword beneath a rock, his mother must reveal his true identity: Theseus is the son of Aegeus, King of Athens, and is his only heir. So begins Theseus's perilous journey to his father's palace to claim his birthright, escaping bandits and ritual king sacrifice in Eleusis, to slaying the Minotaur in Crete. Renault reimagines the Theseus myth, creating an original, exciting story. 'Mary Renault's portraits of the ancient world are fierce, complex and eloquent, infused at every turn with her life-long passion for the Classics. Her characters live vividly both in their own time, and in ours' (Madeline Miller, bestselling author of Circe) 'Mary Renault is a shining light to both historical novelists and their readers' (Hilary Mantel, bestselling author of Wolf Hall)
Description : In this useful guide, Leah Scragg indicates some of the ways in which meaning is generated in Shakespearian drama and the kinds of approaches that might lead to a fuller understanding of the plays. Each chapter focuses on one aspect of the dramatic composition, such as verse and prose, imagery and spectacle, and the use of soliloquy, and explores how this contributes to the overall meaning. Written in a clear and helpful style, Discovering Shakespearian Meaning enables students to discover the meaning for themselves.