The Yearning Heart of Yasmine Hearns

The Yearning Heart of Yasmine Hearns
Author: Antonio Khan
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 26
Release: 2019-09-25
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1692126148

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Affairs of The Heart is a Series of short story fantasies that delve heavy in Eroticism, yet further serve to inspire and uplift; while being suspensefully entertaining at the same time.

The Yearning Heart of Yasmine Hearns

The Yearning Heart of Yasmine Hearns
Author: Ucci Khan
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 26
Release: 2020-10-27
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9798554474729

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Affairs of The Heart is a series of short story fantasies that delve heavy in eroticism, yet further serve to inspire and uplift; while being suspensefully entertaining at the same time. * * * * * * * * * *Yasmine is a 30 some odd rain, Black Goddess. A 6-foot building erected by God himself, carrying an active 170 pounds of Earth. Her hair is soulfully locked and oft ponytailed. Her eyes are dark and rhyme with her lips- moderately whet with a blackberry gloss. Her features are those of an Egyptian Goddess; striking and profound. Her smoked mahogany skin is soft and emollient. Her sex appeal is vim and comely, yet she does not fully believe in it, thus she does not permit it to fully breath. She has a natural sashay. It is as if she moves to an inaudible composition of horns, flutes and wind. It is breathtaking and intoxicating. It makes my heartbeat fast. Yasmine is educated and well rounded. She is a social worker and has sincere concerns about the conditions of the world. She is a deep-thinking Sagittarius who writes in her spare time. She has a thing for Jazz, Afrocentric Art and Poetry. She was born and raised in New Orleans by her mother, who passed when she was 25. She has no siblings and has been living in Harvey, Illinois, since she graduated from DePaul University in Chicago. She has been unhappily married for 5 years and is without child. It is in fact her unhappiness that has made her the Star of this Fantasy. I comprehend her needs and worthiness and will come to no longer respect the arrangement between her and her bitter half, Mr. Lance Hearns. Mr. Hearn is 10 years older than Yasmine and the CFO of a prosperous Investment Firm. Irrespective of his position and know how, he fails to wisely invest in his Wife! And so- he will lose her.

The Book of Hidden Things

The Book of Hidden Things
Author: Francesco Dimitri
Publsiher: Titan Books (US, CA)
Total Pages: 484
Release: 2018-07-03
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781785657085

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From "one of the most significant figures of the last generation of fantasy", comes Francesco Dimitri's debut novel in English, an enthralling and seductive fantasy following four old friends and the secrets they keep. Four old school friends have a pact: to meet up every year in the small town in Puglia they grew up in. Art, the charismatic leader of the group and creator of the pact, insists that the agreement must remain unshakable and enduring. But this year, he never shows up. A visit to his house increases the friends' worry; Art is farming marijuana. In Southern Italy doing that kind of thing can be very dangerous. They can't go to the Carabinieri so must make enquiries of their own. This is how they come across the rumours about Art; bizarre and unbelievable rumours that he miraculously cured the local mafia boss's daughter of terminal leukaemia. And among the chaos of his house, they find a document written by Art, The Book of Hidden Things, that promises to reveal dark secrets and wonders beyond anything previously known. Francesco Dimitri's first novel written in English, following his career as one of the most significant fantasy writers in Italy, will entrance fans of Elena Ferrante, Neil Gaiman and Donna Tartt. Set in the beguiling and seductive landscape of Southern Italy, this story is about friendship and landscape, love and betrayal; above all it is about the nature of mystery itself.

The Yearning Heart

The Yearning Heart
Author: Joyce H. Frost
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 196
Release: 1990
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0961471263

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Culture Society and Sexuality

Culture  Society and Sexuality
Author: Richard Guy Parker,Peter Aggleton
Publsiher: Psychology Press
Total Pages: 504
Release: 1999
Genre: Health & Fitness
ISBN: 1857288114

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This work offers an introduction to the central debates in sexuality research. Among the issues examined are the social and cultural dimensions of sex, human sexuality and sex research.

Globalization and National Identities

Globalization and National Identities
Author: P. Kennedy,C. Danks
Publsiher: Palgrave Macmillan
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2001-01-01
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 1349425729

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Drawing on original research from social scientists working on twelve countries this book explores the key issues faced by nations and citizens as they struggle to rediscover, reaffirm or reconstruct their sense of national identities in the face of globalizing forces. Some nations and peoples experience the fragmentation of once certain identities as threatening and likely to generate political and social breakdown. Others encounter globalization as a challenge which brings uncertainties but also opportunities for adaptation, the evolution of hybrid identities or new forms of protest.

Twelve Years a Slave

Twelve Years a Slave
Author: Solomon Northup
Publsiher: Lindhardt og Ringhof
Total Pages: 266
Release: 2024-01-04
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9788726609059

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Filmatized in 2013 and the official recipient of three Oscars, Solomon Northup's powerful slave narrative 'Twelve Years a Slave' depicts Nortup's life as he is sold into slavery after having spent 32 years of his life living as a free man in New York. Working as a travelling musician, Northup goes to Washington D.C, where he is kidnapped, sent to New Orleans, and sold to a planter to suffer the relentless and brutal life of a slave. After a dozen years, Northup escapes to return to his family and pulls no punches, as he describes his fate and that of so many other black people at the time. It is a harrowing but vitally important book, even today. For further reading on this subject, try 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' by Harriet Beecher Stowe. Solomon Northup (c.1807-c.1875) was an American abolitionist and writer, best remembered for his powerful race memoir 'Twelve Years a Slave'. At the age of 32, when he was a married farmer, father-of-three, violinist and free-born man, he was kidnapped in Washington D.C and shipped to New Orleans, sold to a planter and enslaved for a dozen years. When he gained his freedom, he wrote his famous memoir and spent some years lecturing across the US,on behalf of the abolitionist movement. 'Twelve Years a Slave' was published a year after 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' by Harriet Beecher Stowe and built on the anti-slavery momentum it had developed. Northup's final years are something of a mystery, though it is thought that he struggled to cope with family life after being freed.

Strange California

Strange California
Author: Jaym Gates,J. Daniel Batt
Publsiher: Storyjitsu
Total Pages: 456
Release: 2017-04-22
Genre: California
ISBN: 0990638588

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"An anthology exploring the complex mythologies of the Golden State"--Cover.