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To Trust A Thief
Genre: Historical Romance
Length: 267 pages
Release Date: January 2013
ISBN: 978-1-62266-866-3
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Imprint: Scandalous
Distributed by: Macmillan

Minuette Sinclair thought her biggest problem was getting out of her aunt’s finishing school as a proper Victorian lady. But now she’s pretending to be engaged and her fake fiancĂ© is in debt up to his neck. What's more, her father is in a Caribbean jail, falsely accused of murder. A legendary lost necklace might be their salvation and Min is determined to find it.

But master thief Bryant Westley is after the necklace too and has every intention of seducing his quirky and beautiful competition. He offers to partner up in the search - even though Min is a distraction he can't afford. Min can’t refuse Bryant’s offer either – even when she realizes she's fallen in love with Bryant. Bryant fears he can't double cross the young lady he's come to love.

Can they find the necklace together and admit their love before it's too late?
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A Bandit's Stolen Heart (Blood Blade Sisters #1)

Historical Romance (Entangled's Scandalous, April 1, 2013)
Distributed by: Macmillan Length: 254 pages
ISBN: 162266096X | ISBN13: 9781622660964

It’s 1856 and the prospectors have mostly abandoned the once prosperous gold mining town of Bethany Ridge, California. Now the town is under siege by a crooked sheriff and his posse. With little justice in their neck of the wild west, Cilla Richardson becomes the notorious bandit Blood Blade to rob from the corrupt lawmen and sets things right by the townspeople.

When handsome Leo Forrester comes looking for Blood Blade's help, he ends up on the wrong side of Blood Blade's pistol. But when he discovers the renegade is really the feisty Cilla, he decides to do what he can to help. The more time he spends with Cilla, the more determined Leo is to steal her stubborn bandit's heart. Then innocent people are murdered and the sheriff fixes to pin the deaths on Blood Blade. Leo must convince Cilla of his love and the town of her innocence or the jig will be up and she’ll be swinging from a hangman's noose come dawn.

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 A Bandit's Broken Heart (Blood Blade Sisters #2)

Historical Romance
ISBN-13: 9781622662289
ASIN: B00DFFGNI0 Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
Imprint: Scandalous Publication date: 7/8/2013
Series: Blood Blade Sisters
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: eBook
Pages: 250

A woman with a past
Widowed mother, Brynne Richardson, gave up her bandit activities when she left California to make a fresh start with her young daughter in Boston. Working for a handsome doctor fulfills her need to be useful and independent, but he creates another yearning she cant deny.

 A man with a purpose
Dr. Richard Oliver assumes Brynne is just another debutante hunting for a rich husband, until she intrigues him with her steady hand for stitchesand guns. He cant put her out of his mind, but the young widow has mysteries hes determined to unravel.

A love in danger
When smugglers raid the much-needed supplies from the clinic, Brynne must resurrect her bandit persona for the good of the sick and the poor. Her secret life threatens to destroy everything shes worked so hard to protect her life, her family and her heart.

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A Bandit's Betrayed Heart (Blood Blade Sisters #3)

Historical Romance
ISBN-13: 9781622662906
Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
Imprint: Scandalous
Publication date: 1/13/2014
Series: Blood Blade Sisters
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: eBook Pages: 257

Not your typical Southern belle...
Lucy Richardson's bandit sisters may have taught her to sling a gun and pick a stubborn lock, but nothing prepared her for the agony of her first heartbreak. Her sisters taught her to fight like hell for what she wants... and she wants Finn.

 Not your proper Southern gentleman...
Finn Taggart is bad news. His dark and tortured past always catches up to him, and Lucy deserves better than to be tainted by his touch. He couldn't have her years ago, and he can't have her now, no matter how enticing she is. If only he can convince her of that before the danger that follows him brings them both down.

 Not your classic love story...
Danger doesn't exactly scare a girl like Lucy, and she knows how to use all kinds of weapons... including her feminine wiles. Finn doesn't stand a chance. And if they need backup... the Blood Blade Sisters are never far away...

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Wish Upon a Star

Paranormal romance
ISBN-13: 9781622663323
Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 9/30/2013
Series: Entangled Ever After
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: eBook
Pages: 120

Ceri McKinley never stopped wishing that her ex-fiancĂ© Jason Crickett would come back into her life. But when he finally does, he comes with a request that puts them both—and all of humanity—into jeopardy.

Jason only wants two things: to bury his brother properly and to convince Ceri to trust him again after he jilted her. But when Ceri agrees to help him get his brother back, they end up fighting for their lives as the second zombie uprising threatens them all.

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The newest addition to the best-selling Homework Helpers series is a fun, user-friendly guide that takes the confusion out of writing essays and papers for students of all ages. Unlike other books that are so full of technical jargon they confuse more than help, Homework Helpers: Essays and Term Papers uses straightforward language and simple steps to guide students through the essay-writing process. Homework Helpers: Essays and Term Papers:
  • Describes in detailed "plain English" each element and step involved in writing a dozen different types of essays Includes a rough, edited, and final draft sample of each type of essay discussed 
  • Explains the necessity of proofreading and citing sources, providing tips and instruction on how to accomplish these tasks 
  • Presents step-by-step instructions on how to write a great SAT essay 
  • Discusses what students can expect when they reach college-level courses
Students of all ages can find help on writing essays for every major subject in high school or college. Beginners will find guidance on the basics, while those further along in their educational careers can adapt the detailed instructions for more in-depth assignments.

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So You Have to Write Poetry: a Guide for the Non-Poetic
(Coming Summer 2014)

Poetry is one of the most daunting subjects to learn. Even those who like to read poetry may balk at having to write it. Yet at some point, every student must not only learn about different poetic forms, but try their hand at penning a few.

Students of poetry generally fall into three categories: those who love poetry and want to write it, those who are mildly interested or indifferent about poetry, and those who hate it with a passion but have to pass the class anyway. Let's face it. The vast majority of students out there have no desire to read, let alone write, a poem. They see poetry as a form of sanctioned torture they must endure in order to pass their course. But they have little choice in the matter and to pass they need to know exactly how to recreate and understand the forms they study.

While there are many excellent textbooks and guidebooks on poetry, these tend to be geared toward advanced students or writers with some knowledge of (and passion for) the subject. They focus on the inspiration behind poetry, linguistic tools like imagery, symbolism, and metaphors to implement, and discuss the history and rules of the different poetic forms - all very important issues. But these books often present this information without supplying an actual writing guide for the student.

For poetry-loving students, these books can provide valuable lessons on the finer intricacies of the craft, but may leave them confused as to the actual mechanics behind some of their favorite forms. And for those students a little less poetically inclined? Detailed discussions about inspiration and literary poetic tools will not only go over their heads, they'll be ducking and covering with both hands.

So You Have to Write Poetry is designed to not only help students get through poetry assignments by showing them how to write two dozen different forms of poetry, but also shows poetic skeptics how to enjoy the act of writing poetry. It gives novices an easy-to-read guide with simple step-by-step processes and fun examples to follow and gives more advanced poets a technical guide to the rules behind all their favorite poetic forms.

So You Have to Write Poetry includes information on twenty-four forms of poetry, overviews on poetry basics like meter and rhyme scheme, and a section with detailed examples on how to analyze a poem. This book is a wonderful writing guide because:

•Each chapter is written in a fun, conversational tone with amusing examples.
•Each chapter includes detailed, easy to understand instructions and cheat sheets that outline the rules for each form of poetry.
•It presents tips, steps, and information in a manner simple enough for a junior high student to understand, yet thorough enough to assist a graduate student.
•It allows non-student users, such as freelance writers, bloggers, or the Average Joe who wants to write his sweetheart a poem, to utilize the information in this book even if they have never set foot inside a language arts class.
•It is well-suited for learning disabled students because of the user-friendly format and easy to follow instructions.
•It is written in a format that enables readers to quickly skim for the information they need without bogging them down in unnecessary pages of confusing material.

So You Have to Write Poetry will help those who just want to get through their class by giving them exactly what they need to complete their assignments while also providing a valuable guide to the technical rules behind structured poetic forms for more advanced writers who want to write poetry. No matter which category a student falls into, this book will be an asset in their educational arsenals.

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