When Noshiro transfers to a new school, he meets Sanada, a loner who doesn’t seem to have friends—or want any. The other kids whisper that Sanada keeps to himself because he’s secretly gay. But rather than scare Noshiro away, the rumor only makes him more interested. He sets out on a campaign to win over the surly Sanada, embarking on a surprising friendship. -- VIZ Media
Self-discovery isn’t always fun, as Noshiro, Ayumi and Makoto are all finding out the hard way. Even the self-assured Sanada seems to be struggling. The final volume of this complicated love story proves that hanging on to that blue sky feeling of youthful love is an elusive and unpredictable task. -- VIZ Media
Get the complete Royal Heartbreakers experience with this giant mega-bundle! The ultimate collection for all contemporary royal romance lovers! This boxed set includes: The Royal Heartbreaker series (Prince Leopold + Eleanor Parker) The Royal Mistake series (Prince Andrew + Victoria Simpson) The Royal Arrangement series (Prince William + Princess Justine) Royal Wedding Fiasco (special bonus book) The Royal Disaster series (Princess Sophia + Pax Donovan) Royal Christmas Baby (special bonus book) The Royal Escape series (Prince Nicholas + Clara Weaver) Meet the royals of Montovia: the bad boy princes (and feisty princess!) you’ve been waiting for! ROYAL HEARTBREAKER SERIES When Dr. Eleanor Parker wishes for her very own Prince Charming, she never imagines one will show up on the doorstep of her clinic. But it’s clear from the start that the handsome, rogue-ish Prince Leopold is trouble. Will this playboy prince be her true love or break her heart? A sizzling modern Cinderella story with a twist! ROYAL MISTAKE SERIES Tabloid reporter Victoria has been fascinated by the royals of Montovia for as long as she can remember…especially the brooding and mysterious Prince Andrew. But when he comes to her for help, she decides that while he might be drop-dead sexy, he’s also the most smug, arrogant, and infuriating man she’s ever met. He also might have a secret she’d do anything to uncover… A spicy hate-to-love romance packed with heat! ROYAL ARRANGEMENT SERIES As the third son of the Montovian royal family, Prince William never thought he’d find himself agreeing to an arranged marriage, especially in this day and age. But his new wife, Justine, is nothing like he anticipated - from her fiery temper to her mysterious past, he finds her infinitely intriguing. The only problem? She hates his guts. But William has never shied away from a challenge before…and he’ll do whatever it takes to seduce his new wife. A modern arranged marriage + enemies-to-lovers story in one! ROYAL WEDDING FIASCO It's the wedding of the century, but fate has other plans for the royals of Montovia in this special bonus book. ROYAL DISASTER SERIES As the youngest child of the royal family of Montovia, Princess Sophia has mostly stayed out of trouble - until she meets rock god Pax Donovan. She knows entangling herself with this bad boy rock star is terrible idea, but she just can’t resist… A princess + a rock star = one steamy scandal of a story! ROYAL CHRISTMAS BABY This Christmas miracle is about to change everything for one royal couple… ROYAL ESCAPE SERIES When Prince Nicholas buys a ranch in Firebird Falls, Montana, he’s just looking for an escape from the drama caused by his royal siblings. Out here, he’s just Nick Smith, a loner looking to blend in with everyone else - no one knows he’s a prince. And then he meets Clara, a girl with almost as many secrets as him… A secret identity romance full of humor, heart, and heat!
The five novels in The Leatherstocking Tales (collected in two Library of America volumes), Cooper's great saga of the American wilderness, form a pageant of the American frontier. Cooper's hero, Natty Bumppo, is forced ever farther into the heart of the continent by the advance of civilization that he inadvertently serves as advance scout, missionary, and critic. Leatherstocking first appears in The Pioneers (1823), as an aged hunter living on the fringe of settlement near Templeton (Cooperstown), New York, at the end of the eighteenth century. There he becomes caught in the struggles of party, family, and class to control the changing American land and to determine what sort of civilization will replace the rapidly vanishing wilderness. When Natty Bumppo started an American tradition by setting off into the sunset at the novel's close, one early reader said, "I longed to go with him." The Last of the Mohicans (1826) is a pure unabashed narrative of adventure. It looks back to the earlier time of the French and Indian Wars, when Natty and his two companions, Chingachgook and Uncas, survivors of a once-proud Indian nation, attempt a daring rescue and seek to forestall the plan of the French to unleash their Mingo allies on a wave of terror through the English settlements. The Prairie (1827) takes up Natty in his eighties, driven by the continuous march of civilization to his last refuge on the Great Plains across the Mississippi. On this vast and barren stage, the Sioux and Pawnee, the outlaw clan of Ishmael Bush, and members of the Lewis and Clark expedition enact a romantic drama of intrigue, pursuit, and biblical justice that reflects Cooper's historical dialectic of culture and nature, of the American nation and the American continent. LIBRARY OF AMERICA is an independent nonprofit cultural organization founded in 1979 to preserve our nation’s literary heritage by publishing, and keeping permanently in print, America’s best and most significant writing. The Library of America series includes more than 300 volumes to date, authoritative editions that average 1,000 pages in length, feature cloth covers, sewn bindings, and ribbon markers, and are printed on premium acid-free paper that will last for centuries.
This textbook connects the big ideas and key thinkers of psychology and philosophy in a clear and cohesive theoretical narrative. Students are led to understand the relations between different schools of thought, and to connect the various thinkers, theories and facts in psychology's history. Focusing on the major ideas that have reoccurred throughout history, such as the mind-body problem and the role of the mind in our experience, Martin Farrell shows how specific thinkers have explored the same ideas, but in different ways, leading to distinct schools of thought. The coherent narrative enables students to see the bigger picture, through which the historical and conceptual roots of psychology can be easily understood.