Oracle's Moon

Number 4 in series

Oracle's Moon

As a second daughter, Grace Andreas never had to worry about the intrigues of the Elder Races. But when her sister, Petra, and Petra's husband are both killed, Grace inherits the Power and responsibilities of the Oracle of Louisville, as well as her sister's two young children - neither of which she is prepared for. Yet, she is not alone. Khalil, Demonkind and Djinn prince of House Marid - driven by his genuine caring for the children - has decided to make himself a part of the household both as their guardian and as an exasperating counterpoint to Grace's impudence toward the Elder Races. But when an attempt is made on Grace's life, she realises that Khalil is the only one who can protect her - and offer her more than a mortal man . . .

The Elder Races

Complete Novella Bundle 2013-2018

The Elder Races

From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Thea Harrison… comes all 13 previously published Elder Races novellas (2013-2018), all in one convenient bundle. This bundle contains True Colors, Natural Evil, Devil’s Gate, Hunter’s Season, The Wicked, Dragos Takes a Holiday, Pia Saves the Day, Peanut Goes to School, Dragos Goes to Washington, Pia Does Hollywood, Liam Takes Manhattan, The Chosen, and Planet Dragos. All stories previously published separately. Warning: The novellas in this collection contain spoilers for the novels in The Elder Races series. If readers do not want to be spoiled, they should read all of the stories (novels and novellas) in the series reading order. The Elder Races reading order list (through 2018) is as follows: 1. Dragon Bound 2. Storm’s Heart 3. Serpent’s Kiss 4. True Colors 5. Oracle’s Moon 6. Natural Evil 7. Devil’s Gate 8. Hunter’s Season 9. Lord’s Fall 10. The Wicked 11. Kinked 12. Dragos Takes a Holiday 13. Pia Saves the Day 14. Peanut Goes to School 15. Night’s Honor 16. Midnight’s Kiss 17. Dragos Goes to Washington 18. Pia Does Hollywood 19. Shadow’s End 20. Liam Takes Manhattan 21. The Chosen 22. Planet Dragos p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Times New Roman'; color: #000000; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Times New Roman'; color: #000000; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000; min-height: 15.0px} span.s1 {font-kerning: none} span.s2 {font: 12.0px 'Arial Unicode MS'; font-kerning: none} span.s3 {font: 12.0px 'Arial Unicode MS'; font-kerning: none; background-color: #ffff00}

A Dragon's Family Album

Final Collection

A Dragon's Family Album

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Times New Roman'; color: #000000; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} p.p2 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Times New Roman'; color: #000000; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000; min-height: 15.0px} span.s1 {font-kerning: none} span.s2 {font: 12.0px 'Arial Unicode MS'; font-kerning: none} span.s3 {font: 12.0px 'Arial Unicode MS'; font-kerning: none; background-color: #ffff00} From New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Thea Harrison… comes seven pre-released stories bundled into one convenient package. This digital collection contains Dragos Takes a Holiday, Pia Saves the Day, Peanut Goes to School, Dragos Goes to Washington, Pia Does Hollywood, Liam Takes Manhattan, and Planet Dragos, all previously published separately. Warning: The novellas in this collection contain spoilers for the novels in The Elder Races series. If readers do not want to be spoiled, they should read all of the stories (novels and novellas) in the series reading order. The Elder Races reading order list (through 2018) is as follows: 1. Dragon Bound 2. Storm’s Heart 3. Serpent’s Kiss 4. True Colors 5. Oracle’s Moon 6. Natural Evil 7. Devil’s Gate 8. Hunter’s Season 9. Lord’s Fall 10. The Wicked 11. Kinked 12. Dragos Takes a Holiday 13. Pia Saves the Day 14. Peanut Goes to School 15. Night’s Honor 16. Midnight’s Kiss 17. Dragos Goes to Washington 18. Pia Does Hollywood 19. Shadow’s End 20. Liam Takes Manhattan 21. The Chosen 22. Planet Dragos

Night's Honor

Night's Honor

Vulnerable on her own against the Elder Races, Tess, on the run from her former employer, takes a position as the human attendant of a powerful Vampyre of the Nightkind demsne, which offers her the protection she needs but also brings about a dangerous attraction she doesn't want. Original. 30,000 first printing.

The Elder Races Tarot Collection

All 4 Stories

The Elder Races Tarot Collection

The Elder Races Tarot Collection: All 4 Stories [True Colors, Natural Evil, Devil’s Gate, Hunter’s Season]

Rising Darkness

Rising Darkness

USA Today bestselling author Thea Harrison begins an all-new, darkly romantic paranormal saga, in which the fate of existence itself lies in the balance—and the key to victory may rest in the hands of two eternal lovers… In the hospital ER where she works, Mary is used to chaos. But lately, every aspect of her life seems adrift. She’s feeling disconnected from herself. Voices appear in her head. And the vivid, disturbing dreams she’s had all her life are becoming more intense. Then she meets Michael. He’s handsome, enigmatic and knows more than he can say. In his company, she slowly remembers the truth about herself… Thousands of years ago, there were eight of them. The one called the Deceiver came to destroy the world, and the other seven followed to stop him. Reincarnated over and over, they carry on—and Mary finds herself drawn into the battle once again. And the more she learns, the more she realizes that Michael will go to any lengths to destroy the Deceiver. Then she remembers who killed her during her last life, nine hundred years ago…Michael.

Falling Light

Falling Light

Centuries ago, two lovers were torn apart by forces beyond their control. Now they have been reunited by destiny and are willing to sacrifice everything again—and again—to save a world on the brink of extinction. The Game of Shadows continues… Troubled by dreams of strange creatures and unfamiliar voices echoing in her head, Mary has always felt disconnected from this world—until she met the enigmatic stranger Michael. He knew about Mary’s past. He was in it. Searching for her. His soul mate. And it’s taken centuries to find her, to re-engage her in an ancient, celestial cause: find the Deceiver before he destroys the world. Haunted by scores of deaths—their own—Mary and Michael have drawn on the wisdom of the ages, and the power it has given them, to fight the most malevolent force known to man. Joining a select band of warriors, Mary and Michael are nearer to understanding the Deceiver and all he stands for. It’s a terrifying reality that also brings them closer to realizing their own destiny and purpose. And realizing that love—like evil—is eternal. From the Paperback edition.

Hand-book of Literature and the Fine Arts

Comprising Complete and Accurate Definitions of All Terms Employed in Belles-lettres, Philosophy, Theology, Law, Mythology, Painting, Music, Sculpture, Architecture, and All Kindred Arts

Hand-book of Literature and the Fine Arts


Aetna and the Moon

Explaining Nature in Ancient Greece and Rome

Aetna and the Moon

Classical authors used both prose and poetry to explore and explain the natural world. In Aetna and the Moon, Liba Taub examines the variety of ways in which ancient Greeks and Romans conveyed scientific information. In ancient Greece and Rome, most of the technical literature on scientific, mathematical, technological, and medical subjects was written in prose, as it is today. However, Greek and Roman poets produced a significant number of widely read poems that dealt with scientific topics. Why would an author choose poetry to explain the natural world? This question is complicated by claims made, since antiquity, that the growth of rational explanation involved the abandonment of poetry and the rejection of myth in favor of science. Taub uses two texts to explore how scientific ideas were disseminated in the ancient world. The anonymous author of the Latin Aetna poem explained the science behind the volcano Etna with poetry. The Greek author Plutarch juxtaposed scientific and mythic explanations in his dialogue On the Face on the Moon. Both texts provide a lens through which Taub considers the nature of scientific communication in ancient Greece and Rome. --From publisher's description.