Author: Mia Ford
I am going to make her mine. Even if that means....going against my own self and breaking all rules. Elena is sassy, s*xy, gorgeous....F*ck...she's everything a man could dream of. But there's one problem. She's my student. And f*cking her is against all rules. Do they make rules for professors too? Apparently yes, But who says you have to be compliant! You can be non-compliant...as long as no one comes to know about it. It's HARD for her and I really don't care about the rules. I am willing to take this relationship sh*t DEEP, really DEEP....The question is how long can she hide that baby bump from me and from the world?
Author: Arya Wett
Stealing the exam was the stupidest thing I'd ever done. I have always been a good girl. I studied hard to get my scholarship at a good school and had little experience with men. This year though I was going to enjoy myself and find a man to satisfy me. But all the partying had to catch up with me at some point and two weeks out from my exams, I was so desperately far behind (and desperate for something from behind!) I had to do something drastic to save my scholarship ... I didn't plan to get caught though. I thought it was over. But wehen Professor Thompson made me an offer to help me ... well maybe I could have my cake and eat it too. This is a standalone romance novella with a HEA! Arya Wett hopes the girls will be just that :-) She writes short read romances that are just a little bit dirty and make you feel naughty, right where it counts. For lovers of Penny Wylder
Author: Apryl Rose
Publisher: Apryl Rose
Hunter was my dad's best friend from college. A few years ago, Hunter up and left to go to Africa. He broke not only my dad's heart but mine too. He said that he needed to get away. He didn’t want any reminders of his dead wife. Later, I found out that it was an excuse. He flew back home and confessed that he couldn’t be near me. The temptation was too strong. I found out that he was going to be my professor. I decided that I wouldn’t hide the crush that I’d been keeping a secret for too long. Hunter was sexy. Intelligent. And everything that a woman could want in a man and more. He told me that I was bad for wanting him sexually. I begged him to spank me. From the moment he did, the line was crossed. I didn’t care if he was older than me. What was twenty-odd years between us? Nothing, when we'd craved each other for far too long. ***Author's Note:*** This book is steamy wet your panties hot and it is a love story. Have no fear there is no cliffhanger, no cheating and it has a happy ending. This is a standalone romance novella.
Author: Boyce Dewhite Watkins
Publisher: Blue Boy Publishing
The college game's tough like checkers or chess. If you play the game wrong, it makes a big mess. But play the game right, you'll come out on top. Boyce Watkins will make you the cream of the crop!
Author: David Faris
Publisher: Melville House
The American electoral system is clearly failing more horrifically in the 2016 presidential election than ever before. In It's Time to Fight Dirty, David Faris expands on his popular series for 'The Week' to offer party leaders and supporters concrete strategies for lasting political reform - and in doing so lays the groundwork for a more progressive future. With equal parts playful irreverence and persuasive reasoning, It's Time to Fight Dirty is essential reading as we head toward the 2018 midterms... and beyond.
Author: Ricky Pepitone II
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
In a land ruled by greed and dominated by prejudice, a young hero's journey is about to unfold. Aided by magic and the unusual allies he gathers along the way, Zack Keller sets off on a breathtaking journey to the famous Paddington's Academy to learn magic and gain the skills needed to catch his father's killer. He soon finds himself embroiled in a race to find an ancient artifact and stop a bygone evil from reemerging. Plagued by visions of his own impending demise, Zack will risk everything only to find that his quests are much more closely linked than he would've thought possible and that the sins of the past never stay buried for long.
Author: Gunnar Karlsson
Publisher: U of Minnesota Press
Iceland is unique among European societies in having been founded as late as the Viking Age and in having copious written and archaeological sources about its origin. Gunnar Karlsson, that country's premier historian, chronicles the age of the Sagas, consulting them to describe an era without a monarch or central authority. Equating this prosperous time with the golden age of antiquity in world history, Karlsson then marks a correspondence between the Dark Ages of Europe and Iceland's "dreary period", which started with the loss of political independence in the late thirteenth century and culminated with an epoch of poverty and humility, especially during the early Modern Age. Iceland's renaissance came about with the successful struggle for independence in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and with the industrial and technical modernization of the first half of the twentieth century. Karlsson describes the rise of nationalism as Iceland's mostly poor peasants set about breaking with Denmark, and he shows how Iceland in the twentieth century slowly caught up economically with its European neighbors.
Author: Marina Adshade
Publisher: Oneworld Publications
In this witty and revelatory investigation of the so-called dismal science, University of British Columbia professor Marina Adshade skips the usual widgets and uncovers how the market comes to bear on our most intimate decisions: sex, dating, courtship, love, marriage, even breaking up. The science of ‘sexonomics’ is born: How much money does an ugly guy need to have to attract as many women via an online dating site as a hot man? Is modern marriage just an opportunity to consume more goods and services? Does raising the price of beer reduce risky sex? Why does a spike in the sale of sex toys predict an upcoming recession, while an increase in the number of breast lifts indicates a perkier economy is on the way? Which comes first: a prosperous nation or a promiscuous one? Once you read Dirty Money, you’ll never look at your money – or your relationships – the same way again
Author: Paul Bahn
Tired of the airbrushed images of archaeologists in TV documentaries? Want the dirt on what REALLY happens on a dig? Paul Bahn has collected dozens of fun tales from the trenches to illuminate what actually occurs when archaeologists go into the field. He reveals startling episodes with dangerous situations, other dangerous archaeologists (sometimes unclothed), dangerous animals large and small, and cans of beer large and small. The stories that don’t appear in the official reports have made their way into this small, humorous volume. Includes cartoons by noted illustrator Bill Tidy.
Author: Maggie Berg, Barbara Seeber
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
In The Slow Professor, Maggie Berg and Barbara K. Seeber discuss how adopting the principles of the Slow movement in academic life can counter the erosion of humanistic education.