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The Coregasm Workout

by Debby Herbenick

The Coregasm Workout is a revolutionary new book that provides natural, safe, and effective techniques for enhancing sex through fitness. Developed by leading sex researcher, educator, and columnist Dr. Debby Herbenick, The Coregasm Workout introduces simple, science-backed exercises to make working out more fun and sex lives more satisfying. Debby has developed The Coregasm Workout based on her deep background in health science and unprecedented research on exercise-induced arousal in order to bring fitness and sexuality closer together. Her fact-based methods are specifically designed to improve orgasm and have been tested, refined, and proven by real women, for women.The Coregasm Workout will help improve your sex life--and help you enjoy exercising more often--through four C.O.R.E. principles:Challenge yourself through cardio, reps, and resistanceOrder matters: it's not just the kind of exercises you do, but the order in which you do themRelax and receive: be open to the experience of coregasmEngage your lower abs, muscles often strongly linked to coregasmFun, fascinating, and useful, The Coregasm Workout offers new exercise techniques for women who want to stay sexy, healthy, and fit, and enjoy the benefits of the gym in the bedroom.

Corey's Christmas Wish

by Bonnie Bryant

Christmas is tough when your parents are divorced, but Corey has a plan to bring everyone the merriest Christmas ever With the County Animal Rescue League preparing for its annual Christmas party, the Pony Tails are busy shopping for Christmas presents for all of the animals. But Corey is distracted. It's the first Christmas since her parents got divorced, and the only present she wants this year is for them to get back together. To make matters worse, Corey's mom has been spending a lot of time with Mr. Lee. Corey worries that Mr. Lee will propose, and then there will be no hope of her family reuniting. It may take a Christmas miracle for Corey to be happy this holiday season.

Corey's Fire

by Lee Wardlaw

[From the back cover:] "Corey stared in disbelief at the charred wasteland that had been her neighborhood. Everything was gone--destroyed by the fire that swept through the canyon, turning everything in its path to blackened ash. The loss was devastating--but for Corey, the loneliness was even worse. Everyone around her was too busy trying to put life back together to understand Corey's problems ... everyone except the one person she thought was too tough to care about anything." Based on a true story which happened to the author.


by William Shakespeare

This edition presents a new look at Coriolanus in accordance with the work of the Shakespeare and Schools Project, the national curriculum for English and developments at GCSE and A level. Cambridge School Shakespeare considers the play as theater and the text as script, enabling pupils to inhabit the imaginative world of the play in an accessible, meaningful and creative way.

The Cormorant

by Chuck Wendig

Miriam is on the road again, having transitioned from "thief" to "killer". Hired by a wealthy businessman, she heads down to Florida to practice the one thing she's good at, but in her vision she sees him die by another's hand and on the wall written in blood is a message just for Miriam. She's expected...

Cormyr (Forgotten Realms: Cormyr #1)

by Jeff Grubb Ed Greenwood

The Epic Historical Saga of the Most Powerful Nation in the RealmsCormyr has been ruled by the Obarskyr family since its inception one and a half millennia ago. Now its king, Azoun IV, lies on his deathbed, and the vultures are circling, hoping to usurp the throne for their own. Against this crisis of state, the history of the Forest Kingdom unfolds, relating the previously untold story of a nation, its rulers, and its wizards.Cormyr: A Novel is the epic historical saga of the most powerful nation in the Forgotten Realms fantasy world, as told by the world's co-creators.

The Corn King and the Spring Queen

by Naomi Mitchison

Set more than 2,000 years ago on the calm and fertile shores of the Black Sea, The Corn King and the Spring Queen tells of ancient civilizations where tenderness, beauty, and love vie with brutality and dark magic. Erif Der, a young witch, is compelled by her father to marry his powerful rival, Tarrik the Corn King, so becoming the Spring Queen. Forced by her father, she uses her magic spells to try and break Tarrik's power. But one night Tarrik rescues Sphaeros, an Hellenic philosopher, from a shipwreck. Sphaeros in turn rescues Tarrik from near death and so breaks the enchantment that has bound him. And so begins for Tarrik a Quest--a fabulous voyage of discovery which will bring him new knowledge and which will reunite him with his beautiful Spring Queen.

Cornelia and the Audacious Escapades of the Somerset Sisters

by Lesley M. M. Blume

Eleven-year-old Cornelia is the daughter of two world-famous pianists--a legacy that should feel fabulous, but instead feels just plain lonely. She surrounds herself with dictionaries and other books to isolate herself from the outside world. But when a glamorous neighbor named Virginia Somerset moves next door with her servant Patel and a mischievous French bulldog named Mister Kinyatta, Cornelia discovers that the world is a much more exciting place than she had originally thought. An unforgettable story of friendship and adventure that takes readers around the world and back again,Cornelia and the Audacious Escapades of the Somerset Sistersis a dazzling first novel by Lesley M. M. Blume. From the Hardcover edition.

The Corner That Held Them

by Sylvia Townsend Warner

In memory of the wife who had once dishonored and always despised him, Brian de Retteville founded a 12th-century convent in Norfolk. Two centuries later, the Benedictine community is well established there and, as befits a convent whose origin had such ironic beginnings, the inhabitants are prey to the ambitions, squabbles, jealousies, and pleasures of less spiritual environments. An outbreak of the Black Death, the collapse of the convent spire, the Bishop's visitation, and a nun's disappearance are interwoven with the everyday life of the nuns, novices, and prioresses in this marvelous imagined history of a 14th-century nunnery.

Cornerstone: Creating Success through Positive Change

by Robert M. Sherfield Patricia G. Moody

The sixth edition helps students focus on practical strategies for CHANGE. Those who can master change with a positive attitude take calculated risks and maintain an open mind will succeed. Filled with inspiring stories and powerful activities, this motivating book teaches success through discovery, goal-setting and determination. Cornerstone Concise utilizes SQ3R and Bloom's Taxonomy throughout, employing the reading and critical thinking strategies necessary for student achievement. Thoroughly updated, it includes a new chapter on Interpersonal Communication, and now extensively covers Information Literacy. Also provides updated and expanded information on money and debt management and a stronger focus on self-engagement. The chapter on Critical Thinking is brand new, empowering students to advance in the classroom and beyond.

Corona SDK Application Design

by Daniel Williams

A step by step tutorial that focuses on everything from setup to deployment of basic apps.Have you ever wanted to create your own app? Then this book is for you. You will learn how to create apps using Corona SDK and how to publish your app so others can get a glimpse of your creation. This book is aimed at both Android and iOS app developers. The reader must have basic knowledge of app development.

Coronado's Children: Tales of Lost Mines and Buried Treasures of the Southwest

by J. Frank Dobie

Written in 1930, Coronado's Children was one of J. Frank Dobie's first books, and the one that helped gain him national prominence as a folklorist. In it, he recounts the tales and legends of those hardy souls who searched for buried treasure in the Southwest following in the footsteps of that earlier gold seeker, the Spaniard Coronado. "These people," Dobie writes in his introduction, "no matter what language they speak, are truly Coronado's inheritors. . . . l have called them Coronado's children. They follow Spanish trails, buffalo trails, cow trails, they dig where there are no trails; but oftener than they dig or prospect they just sit and tell stories of lost mines, of buried bullion by the jack load. . . " This is the tale-spinning Dobie at his best, dealing with subjects as irresistible as ghost stories and haunted houses.

Coroner at Large

by Thomas T. Noguchi Joseph Dimona

To Thomas Noguchi, America's most famous medical examiner, every death is a mystery--until the cause is foundIn his first book, the runaway bestseller Coroner, Dr. Noguchi wrote of his controversial investigations as medical examiner of Los Angeles County. In Coroner at Large, the man who has often been called the "Detective of Death" probes the mysteries surrounding the most celebrated criminal cases in recent American history.Using sophisticated techniques of modern forensic science and once again "telling it like it is," Dr. Noguchi reveals the truth behind the headlines in the untimely deaths of show business celebrities:--The drowning of Beach Boy Dennis Wilson--The murder of Sal Mineo--The suicide of Freddie Prinze--The slaying of "Playmate of the Year" Dorothy Stratten--Elvis Presley's fatal heart attackForensic science, too, provides new clues to fascinating historical puzzles: the true fates of General George Custer, the Emperor Napoleon, and Adolf Hitler.In Coroner at Large, Dr. Noguchi brilliantly provides the missing links in our knowledge of these cases. Here, from his own investigations and his pioneering work in the field, we see forensic science in action, unraveling the mysteries of death--both natural and unnatural--in real-life cases that might have baffled even the great Sherlock Holmes.

Corporate Creativity

by Thomas Lockwood Thomas Walton

Corporate Creativity is the ultimate guide for executives and managers looking to increase creativity and innovation in their companies. This anthology of provocative essays, drawn from the pages of Design Management Review and Design Management Journal, explores personal, team, and organizational creativity, and it is packed with insights from the most respected names in the industry: Jeffrey Mauzy, Robert Rassmussen, Leonard Glick, Gerald Nadler, Stefano Marzano, and many others. These experts reveal how leading companies foster a creative culture and maximize talent resources. Essays explore managing creative staff, improving creative abilities of employees, taking risks, designing teams, integrating design and corporate philosophy into the management process, branding, and much more. Corporate Creativity is a must-have for anyone working to maximize creative potential in the workplace.

Corporate Groom

by Linda Varner

Three Weddings and a Family On the road to happily-ever-after, a long-lost family is found! MARRIAGE-MINDED MILLIONAIRE? Reo Sampson was too busy making money to think about playing house. But when his pretty new assistant, Rusty Hanson, accompanied him for weekend negotiations, Reo discovered he liked--a little too much--having the sexy redhead by his side. And for a marriage-shy millionaire like himself, that was very unnerving... Rusty couldn't help but dream when her handsome boss took her in his arms. But she knew Reo didn't share her marriage wishes. Then the "boardroom barracuda" started showing a more husbandly side, and Rusty decided all Reo needed was a little push--straight down the aisle!

The Corporate Raider's Revenge

by Charlene Sands

A royal fortune Millionaire hotel magnate Evan Tyler will stop at nothing to get revenge. So when the perfect opportunity arises--a chance to have Elena Royal, the daughter of his biggest competitor--he doesn't think twice. Evan plans not only to seduce family secrets from the sexy hotel heiress, he also plans to enjoy every second of it! But when the affair ends, Evan is forced to choose between payback or more pleasure in Elena's bed. Could this shrewd businessman negotiate a way to have both?

The Corporeal Identity

by Elena Faccio

Explorees the cultural origins and psychological aspects of body identity disorders. Discusses the influence of contemporary virtual and cyberspace imagery on self-image. Draws on author's professional experience largely dedicated to exploring disorders wherein body identity is the chosen field for communication and exchange. Re-examines such illnesses as anorexia, bulimia, body dysmorphic disorder, and others

The Corps of the Bare-Boned Plane

by Polly Horvath

When an accident leaves teenage cousins Meline and Jocelyn parentless, they come to live with their unknown and eccentric Uncle Marten on his private island. They soon discover that the island has a history as tragic as their own: it was once an air force training camp, led by a mad commander whose crazed plan to train pilots to fly airplanes without instruments sent eleven pilots to their deaths. Jocelyn, Meline, and Uncle Marten are soon joined on this island of wrecked planes and wrecked men by an elderly Austrian housekeeper, a very mysterious butler, a cat, and a dog. But to Jocelyn and Meline, being in a strange new place around strange new people only underscores the fact that the world they once knew has ended. Told in the alternating voices of four characters dealing with grief in different ways, Polly Horvath's new novel is a rich and complicated story about loss and the possibility -- and impossibility -- of beginning again.

A Corpse at St. Andrew's Chapel: The Second Chronicle of Hugh de Singleton, Surgeon

by Mel Starr

Alan, the beadle of the medieval manor of Bampton, had gone out at dusk to seek those who might violate curfew. When, the following morning, he had not returned home, his young wife Matilda sought out Master Hugh de Singleton, surgeon and bailiff of the manor. Two days later Alan's corpse was discovered in the hedge, at the side of the track to St Andrew's Chapel. His throat had been torn out -- his head was half severed from his body -- and his face, hands and forearms were lacerated with deep scratches. Master Hugh, meeting Hubert the coroner at the scene, listened carefully to the coroner's surmise that a wolf had caused the great wound. And yet ... if so, why was there so little blood?

Corpse Candle: A Medieval Mystery Featuring Hugh Corbett (#13)

by Paul Doherty

The brothers of the abbey of St Martin's-in-the-Marsh pay little heed to the tales of robber baron Sir Geoffrey Mandeville's ghost galloping through the Lincolnshire fens with a retinue of ghastly horseman. They may hear the shrill blast of a hunting horn, or see the corpse candles glowing in the dark, but their comfortable life is protected by a high wall and their powerful abbot. Until Abbot Stephen, a friend of the King, is found dead and Sir Hugh Corbett, Keeper of the King's Seal, arrives to investigate.

Corpse Pose (Mantra for Murder Book 1)

by Diana Killian

Readers will bend over backward for the debut of the first yoga mystery series. Ever since her husband ditched her--for another man--A.J. hasn't exactly been on the road to inner peace. Then her yoga-guru aunt is found dead, and A.J.'s named the sole heir to her lucrative yoga studio-making her a multimillionaire, a prime suspect, and the killer's next target.

Corpus Christmas (Sigrid Harald Mystery #6)

by Margaret Maron

A relic of Manhattan's Gilded Age, the Erich Bruel House on Gramercy Park contained three floors of glorious art--and one Christmas corpse. Now it's up to Lieutenant Sigrid Harald to wrap up this homicide before the killer strikes again.


by Lorelei James

In the rodeo arena, all you have to worry about is surviving.But in the arena of love, things get much more complicated. Lainie Capshaw has been tending to injured cowboys long enough to know that a charming Western drawl combined with a fine physical form doesn't mean you should fall for a man. As a sports therapist, she travels the rodeo circuits patching up riders--and fending off their sweet-talking, swaggering advances. So no one is more surprised than Lainie when she finds herself interested in not one, but two different men on different circuits: Hank Lawson, a bullfighter, and Kyle Gilchrist, a bull rider trying to stage a comeback. She's more shocked to learn Hank and Kyle are hometown buddies. But when the men offer to share her--in every way--she knows that both of them are going to try to win her, body and soul. And even as their sensual journey becomes the ride of her life, Lainie must choose which cowboy is worthy of her heart....


by Lorelei James

First in a new series about some hard-riding rodeo cowboys. . . and the women who can rein them in. Sports therapist Lainie Capshaw has been rehabilitating injured cowboys long enough to know that a charming western drawl combined with a fine physical form doesn't mean you fall for the man. So no one is more surprised than Lainie when she finds herself involved with not one, but two different men: Hank Lawson, a bullfighter, and Kyle Gilchrist, a bull rider. Lainie feels guilty about her two-timing, but it doesn't keep her from doubling her fun-that is until Hank catches her with Kyle. She's shocked that Hank isn't mad. But she's more shocked to learn Hank and Kyle are hometown buddies. But when the men offer to share her-in every way-she knows that she's going to have to choose the one man who can give her the ride of her life. . .


by Gayl Jones
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