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The Rambling Muse

by Ruth Lanier Hester

A book of fifty-two poems that will remain in memory long after the book has been read. They cover diverse topics-the environment, children, religious themes, death, and the seasons-just a few examples. These poems echo peals of laughter and pain beyond tears.

The Ramirez Brides Bundle

by Emma Darcy Sandra Marton Michelle Reid

The Ramirez Brides Bundle from Harlequin Presents features The Ramirez Bride by Emma Darcy, The Brazilian's Blackmailed Bride by Michelle Reid and The Disobedient Virgin by Sandra Marton.

The Rammed Earth House

by David Easton

"The Rammed Earth House" is an eye-opening example of how the most dramatic innovations in home design and construction frequently have their origins in the distant past. By rediscovering the most ancient of all building materials-earth-forward-thinking homebuilders can now create structures that set new standards for beauty, durability, and efficient use of natural resources. Rammed earth construction is a step forward into a sustainable future, when homes will combine pleasing aesthetics and intense practicality with a powerful sense of place. Rammed earth homes are built entirely on-site, using basic elements-earth, water, and a little cement. The solid masonry walls permit design flexibility while providing year-round comfort and minimal use of energy. The builder and resident of a rammed earth house will experience the deep satisfaction of creating permanence in a world dominated by the disposable.

Rammer Jammer Yellow Hammer: A Journey into the Heart of Fan Mania

by Warren St. John

In the life of every sports fan, there comes a moment of reckoning. It may happen when your team wins on a last-second field goal and you suddenly find yourself clenched in a loving embrace with a large hairy man you've never met. . . . Or in the long, hormonally depleted days after a loss, when you're felled by a sensation similar to the one you first experienced following the death of a pet. At such moments the fan is forced to confront the question others--spouses, friends, children, and colleagues--have asked for years: Why do I care? What is it about sports that turns otherwise sane, rational people into raving lunatics? Why does winning compel people to tear down goalposts, and losing, to drown themselves in bad keg beer? In short, why do fans care? In search of the answers to these questions, Warren St. John seeks out the roving community of RVers who follow the Alabama Crimson Tide from game to game across the South. A movable feast of Weber grills, Igloo coolers, and die-hard superstition, these are characters who arrive on Wednesday for Saturday's game: Freeman and Betty Reese, who skipped their own daughter's wedding because it coincided with a Bama game; Ray Pradat, the Episcopalian minister who watches the games on a television set beside his altar while performing weddings; John Ed (pronounced as three syllables, John Ay-ud), the wheeling and dealing ticket scalper whose access to good seats gives him power on par with the governor; and Paul Finebaum, the Anti-Fan, a wisecracking sports columnist and talk-radio host who makes his living mocking Alabama fans--and who has to live in a gated community for all the threats he receives in response. In no time at all, St. John himself is drawn into the world of full-immersion fandom: he buys an RV (a $5,500 beater called The Hawg) and joins the caravan for a football season, chronicling the world of the extreme fan and learning that in the shadow of the stadium, it can all begin to seem strangely normal. Along the way, St. John takes readers on illuminating forays into the deep roots of humanity's sports mania (did you know that tailgaters could be found in eighth-century Greece?), the psychology of crowds, and the surprising neuroscience behind the thrill of victory. Reminiscent ofConfederates in the Atticand the works of Bill Bryson,Rammer Jammer Yellow Hammeris not only a travel story, but a cultural anthropology of fans that goes a long way toward demystifying the universal urge to take sides and to win. From the Hardcover edition.

Ramona

by Helen Hunt Jackson

"If I could write a story that would do for the Indian a thousandth part of what Uncle Tom's Cabin did for the Negro," wrote Helen Hunt Jackson, "I would be thankful the rest of my life." Jackson surpassed this ambition with the publication of Ramona, her popular 1884 romantic bestseller. A beautiful half Native American, half-Scottish orphan raised by a harsh Mexican ranchera, Ramona enters into a forbidden love affair with a heroic Mission Indian named Alessandro. The pair's adventures after they elope paint a vivid portrait of California history and the woeful fate of Native Americans and Mexicans whose lands and rights were stripped as Anglo-Americans overran southern California. Set from the first American edition of 1884, this Modern Library Paperback Classic includes José Martí's 1888 prologue (translated from the Spanish by Esther Allen).

Ramona

by Helen Hunt Jackson

Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www. million-books. com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: Ill JUAN CANITO and Senor Felipe were not the only members of the Senora's family who were impatient for the sheep-shearing. There was also Ra- mona. Ramona was, to the world at large, a far more important person than the Senora herself. The Senora was of the past; Ramona was of the present. For one eye that could see the significant, at times solemn, beauty of the Senora's pale and shadowed countenance, there were a hundred that flashed with eager pleasure at the barest glimpse of Ramona's face; the shepherds, the herdsmen, the maids, the babies, the dogs, the poultry, all loved the sight of Ramona; all loved her, except the Senora. The Senora loved her not; never had loved her, never could love her; and yet she had stood in the place of mother to the girl ever since her childhood, and never once during the whole sixteen years of her life had shown her any unkindness in act. She had promised to be a mother to her; and with all the inalienable stanchness of her nature she fulfilled the letter of her promise. More than the bond lay in the bond; but that was not the Senora's fault. The story of Ramona the Senora never told. To most of the Senora's acquaintances now, Ramona was a mystery. They did not know ? and no one ever asked a prying question of the Senora Moreno ? who Ramona's parents were, whether they were living or dead, or why Ramona, her name not being Moreno, lived always in the Senora's house as a daughter, tended and attended equally with the adored Felipe. A few gray-haired men and women here and there in the country could have told the strange story of Ramona; but its beginning was more than a half-centuryback, and much had happened since then. They seldom thought of the child. They knew she was in the Senora Moreno's keeping, and that was enough. The affairs . . .

Ramona and the Renegade

by Marie Ferrarella

Deputy Joe Lone Wolf never would've guessed that helping someone at the side of the road in a thunderstorm would throw his carefully controlled world into a tailspin. But that's exactly what happens when he realizes the sexy "stranger" is his childhood best friend, Ramona. He's spent years convincing himself that she deserves more than a former rebel with a scarred past. But all it takes is one stormy night in a deserted cabin with Ramona to make the fierce lawman change his mind. Falling for Joe is a risk veterinarian Ramona Santiago knows she shouldn't take. Everyone she's trusted has let her down and left her alone. . . ;excepthim. Can she possibly hope that she and Joe were always meant to be more than friends?

A Ramp

by Meryl Henderson Denise Fellows

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Rampage of the Mountain Man

by William W. J. A. Johnstone

LOOKING FOR BOUNTYMountain man Smoke Jensen lives by the rules of the frontier. The first rule is: the strongest survive. But when bad breaks, bad weather and bad bovines back Smoke into a corner, he needs something to go right. Instead, he faces the kind of tough luck only a gun can beat. . . NOT A BOUNTY OF BLOODA contract to deliver 3000 head of cattle might just do the trick. But a renegade Cheyenne warrior uses an early winter blizzard to attack Smoke and his out-gunned cowboys. Too bad its only the first step in a journey built to test Smokes mettle, because some people are hunting a payday of their own-for killing Smoke Jensen. Soon the streets of Laramie will run with blood. . .

Rampage of the Mountain Man

by William W. Johnstone J. A. Johnstone

LOOKING FOR BOUNTYMountain man Smoke Jensen lives by the rules of the frontier. The first rule is: the strongest survive. But when bad breaks, bad weather and bad bovines back Smoke into a corner, he needs something to go right. Instead, he faces the kind of tough luck only a gun can beat...NOT A BOUNTY OF BLOODA contract to deliver 3000 head of cattle might just do the trick. But a renegade Cheyenne warrior uses an early winter blizzard to attack Smoke and his out-gunned cowboys. Too bad it's only the first step in a journey built to test Smoke's mettle, because some people are hunting a payday of their own--for killing Smoke Jensen. Soon the streets of Laramie will run with blood...

Rampant

by Diana Peterfreund

Forget everything you ever knew about unicorns . . . Real unicorns are venomous, man-eating monsters with huge fangs and razor-sharp horns. Fortunately, they've been extinct for a hundred and fifty years. Or not. Astrid had always scoffed at her eccentric mother's stories about killer unicorns. But when one of the monsters attacks her boyfriend--thereby ruining any chance of him taking her to the prom--Astrid finds herself headed to Rome to train as a unicorn hunter at the ancient cloisters the hunters have used for centuries. However, at the cloisters all is not what it seems. Outside, the unicorns wait to attack. And within, Astrid faces other, unexpected threats: from the crumbling, bone-covered walls that vibrate with a terrible power to the hidden agendas of her fellow hunters to--perhaps most dangerously of all--her growing attraction to a handsome art student . . . an attraction that could jeopardize everything.

Rampart Street

by David Fulmer

As the third Storyville mystery begins, Creole detective Valentin St. Cyr has just returned to New Orleans. Having only recently solved the case of the jass murders, he is drawn reluctantly into the investigation of a new murder-that of a well-to-do gentleman on seedy Rampart Street. When another wealthy society man turns up dead, the detective learns that the two victims were acquainted years ago. In a spider's web of coincidence, the second murder has been witnessed-or has it?-by the man who's now keeping Justine, Valentin's old girlfriend, as his paramour. Valentin probes deeper even as the city's most powerful leaders pres­sure him to drop the investigation. What could he be getting close to, and what nerves might he unwittingly strike? David Fulmer has created a heart-pounding mystery in this, his soulful detective's most dangerous case yet.

The Rana Look

by Sandra Brown

They called it the Rana Look... the exotic, one-of-a-kind allure that only supermodel Rana Ramsey could deliver. Now her beautiful eyes are shielded behind tinted glasses, her famous figure hidden under shapeless dresses, her trademark wild hair falling straight down her back. Rana knows she'll never attract a man this way, and that's just fine with her--until she meets Trent Gamblin. Ruggedly handsome, charming, and undeniably charismatic, Trent is the kind of man Rana finds irresistible... the kind she's certain would never look twice at the "new" Rana. But to her surprise, Trent seems unfazed by her Plain Jane look. For he is drawn to a beauty that Rana can't hide. But the outside world cannot be kept at bay forever! And when tragedy strikes, Rana and Trent will learn whether theirs is just an impossibly erotic dream-- or the kind of love that lasts forever.

A Ranch, A Ring and Everything

by Val Daniels

HITCHED! Reluctant bride... Samantha Yeager: unemployed teacher, seeks a job for the summer. Mark Chandler: wealthy rancher, doesn't intend to help her out. But Mark has reckoned without his grandmother. Elizabeth Chandler is just as stubborn as Mark, and she likes Samantha. When Mark discovers that Elizabeth has offered Sam a job on his ranch he hits the roof! He knows Samantha is just a gold digger, out to get everything she can, and he's determined to get her off Chandler land in record time. To Samantha's delight, Mark's methods of persuasion include kissing her every chance he gets. When he asks her to marry him, though, Samantha knows it's only to stop Elizabeth leaving her the Chandler ranch. Sam forces herself to say no, but her heart is crying, "Yes, yes, yes!" Of Forever Isn't Long Enough, also by Val Daniels: "...a touching love story brimming with...characters that leap off the page and into our hearts..." -Romantic Times HITCHED!

The Ranch Stud

by Cathy Gillen Thacker

WILD WEST WEDDINGSWITH ONLY FORTY-EIGHT HOURS TO LASSO THEIR MATES-IT'S A STAMPEDE...TO THE ALTAR!Patience McKendrick wanted a baby more than anything. Only the witty advice columnist was plumb stumped when she heard that her crazy uncle Max had bequeathed a stud to sire her child!Josh Colter was a fine steed, indeed-a cowboy Patience would tell her readers to stay away from. The strong silent type whose gray eyes hid a secret and seemed...familiar. His touch, his kisses, too, reminded her of the man who'd once left her at the altar-her first and only love. But not even her rich and well-connected uncle could bring back the dead.... Could he?

Ranch War

by J. T. Edson

Bloodlands . . . It seems when a lady's called "Calamity," chaos follows wherever she goes -- even to the mostly peaceful railroad town of Mulrooney, Kansas. Martha Jane Canary's always been free as the prairie wind, tied to no place or person, so she never expected to inherit a hardscrabble ranch that other folks have been working. She might have even ignored the legal summons to claim her property . . . if someone hadn't tried to kill her first. Now, whether she wants the spread or not, Jane's going to fight for what's hers -- taking on bushwackers, crooked lawyers . . . and a woman with a cold and greedy heart, and a plan to steal Jane's land with bullets and brutality. But Calamity's got an ally -- a baby-faced Texas gun called the Ysabel Kid -- not to mention stony courage, a strong and sure whip hand . . . and a mule-stubborn willingness to lay down her life for what's right.

The Rancher and His Unexpected Daughter

by Sherryl Woods

Fatherhood is filled with all kinds of unexpected surprises in this acclaimed Adams Dynasty story from New York Times bestselling author Sherryl Woods.Widower Harlan Adams had plenty of experience with children-male children, anyway. So when a rebellious teenage girl stole his truck and went for a joyride, Harlan was baffled. Then he confronted her intriguing, sassy mother and was totally thrown for a loop. While he might not know anything about girls, he thought he knew everything about women. Trouble was, Harlan had no experience with a woman who told him no...

The Rancher and the Schoolteacher

by Judith Bowen

AN IRRESISTIBLE CHALLENGE Cilla Prescott has one priority in her life-her preschool in Glory, Alberta. It's rewarding work and she loves it, but it leaves little time for romance, which is just fine by Cilla. Not so fine for rancher Jeremiah Blake. Jeremiah has decided to take courtship and marriage more seriously, and he's convinced Cilla is the woman for him. Now he just has to convince Cilla.... But this cowboy is up for the challenge-even if it takes a bachelor auction and some crafty scheming to do it.

Rancher at Risk

by Barbara White Daille

A Fresh Start After the loss of his family in a tragic accident, Ryan Malloy has been given one last chance to change his life. His boss sends him to Flagman's Folly, New Mexico, to run his ranch, but unfortunately, Ryan's troubled attitude lands him in hot water with the locals, especially the ranch's manager, Lianne Ward. Deaf since birth, Lianne has never let her disability define who she is. But, she's yet to meet a man who treats her as an equal. Ryan seems different...that is, when they're not butting heads over the ranch's new school for disadvantaged boys. Forced to work together, Lianne and Ryan discover an unexpected attraction beneath their quarreling. But will Ryan's painful past drive them apart...permanently?

The Rancher Bodyguard

by Carla Cassidy

Fiercely independent, determined, driven and...betrayed. Grace Covington vowed never again to lay eyes on the arrogant, hotshot defense attorney who'd broken her heart. But everything changed when her stepfather was murdered, her sister found holding the bloody knife. Charlie Black was the only one who could help.Accepting the case would shatter the simple life Charlie established after taking charge of the family ranch in Cotter Creek, but he couldn't deny Grace's pleas. Discovering who was bent on destroying the Covington clan might be the only way to prove he was a changed man capable of protecting her--body and soul.

Rancher Daddy

by Ann Roth

Leave the past behind That's life lesson number one for Jenny Wyler. Which is why she's sequestered in the middle of rural Montana teaching in a one-room schoolhouse. Saddlers Prairie is good and far from the ex-fiancé who ran when he discovered the truth about her family. And from now on, Jenny would keep silent about her past.But for Abby Dawson, a kindergartner in Jenny's class, silence isn't a choice. Not only shy, the little girl may be mute, and her father, Adam, needs Jenny's help. Determined to give the child a voice, the pair work together while denying their powerful attraction. Besides, what could a cattle rancher and big-city teacher have in common anyway? Besides their love of a five-year-old girl. And the damaging secrets they are both hiding...secrets that are bound to leak out.

The Rancher Gets Hitched & An Affair of Convenience

by Cathie Linz Marissa Hall

In Linz's "The Rancher Gets Hitched, " a housekeeper tries to keep two challenging twins in check while developing a relationship with a mule-headed but sexy rancher. In Hall's "An Affair of Convenience, " a pair of best friends agrees to a no-strings-attached affair, and ends up wanting each other again and again. Only, their careers are getting in the way.

The Rancher Next Door

by Betsy St. Amant

Riskiest Business of AllFor firefighter Caley Foster, every day is an adrenaline rush. Now that she's back in Broken Bend, Louisiana, it's clear that putting down roots may be just as tough as putting out fires. To her surprise, sweet Ava next door makes Caley's new nanny job feel fulfilling. But Ava's single father, rancher Brady McCollough, is a play-it-safe kind of fellow...not what Caley's used to facing. He's focused on protecting Ava-yet he can't ignore Caley's incredible effect on her. Or on his guarded heart. And with a leap of faith, they might both find life's best adventure: love.

The Rancher Takes a Wife

by Judith Bowen

Cowboy goes a-courtin' Jeremiah Blake is a true man of the West: a hardworking, straight-talking rancher. He's got his priorities all figured out--and marriage isn't one of them. He likes women, no mistake about it, but not on what you'd call a permanent basis. Cilla Prescott's arrival in Glory provides him with a brand-new challenge. But Cilla has her priorities figured out, too. She says she's not interested in romance-or in him. She's just opened a preschool; she doesn't have time for men. Jeremiah aims to change her mind. He's decided to take dating and courtship more seriously, decided that maybe he should get married, as everyone's been telling him for years. Now he has to convince Cilla that she's the wife for him! Even if it takes a bachelor auction and some conniving by an old friend to do it.... MEN OF GLORY: A cowboy town in cowboy country. This is a place a woman could love. These are men a woman could love!

Rancher Under Cover

by Carla Cassidy

American surgeon Caitlin O'Donahue nearly lost her life doing volunteer work in the sultry jungles of El Salvador. She escapes to her childhood ranch to discover her father is in hiding. Now the place that was once safe seems dangerous. The only man she can trust is a stranger-a gorgeous rancher with an agenda and deep-set secrets. Undercover agent Rhett Kane is hell-bent on busting Caitlin's father. His assignment doesn't include protecting Caitlin...or taking her under cover in the most sensual way. When his dual lives collide, he's left with the ultimate choice. Will he choose love over duty-and will it cost him his life's mission?

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