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  • When God Had a Wife Reveals the tradition of goddess worship in early Judaism and how Jesus attempted to restore the feminine side of the faith • Provides historical and archaeological evidence for an earlier form of Hebrew worship with both male and female gods, including a 20th-century discovery of a Hebrew ... Read Book
  • Back in the Saddle I’ve always wanted her. After all these years, that’s never changed.I thought Sarah O’Banyon had been The One. I’d been f-ing wrong.I moved on, made something of myself. Became police chief. Even had a beautiful daughter.When Sarah buys me at the bachelor auction, I’m stunned. It’s been ... Read Book
  • The Way You Bite When King Werewolf shows up in veterinarian Vee Scarpa’s ER, she’s livid. Her father, North American head honcho vampire, has threatened a chilling or else if she “accidentally” helped a wolf again, especially since they’re at war. But she’s tempted by the sexy wolf. And his deadly ... Read Book
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  • Kitty In any given glittering social season, Edwardian London’s dizzying whirl had its share of surprises. The latest was Kitty Harrison, once achingly poor, suddenly an heiress and now, thanks to her determined mother, she was about to become a baroness. From the moment Kitty set eyes on Lord ... Read Book
  • The Witch’s Guide to Wellness Explore natural healing, tune into your body’s needs, and use magic to create a joyful, healthy lifestyle with this essential guide to wellness for your witchcraft practice.Magic meets healthy living in this guidebook to help you become a healthier version of yourself. From crystal healing to ... Read Book

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  • Southern Horrors: Lynch Law in All Its Phases Following the lynchings of three of her friends in Memphis, Tennessee, Ida B. Wells launched a campaign. A lynching is a form of unprosecuted public murder committed by a mob, usually by hanging the victim. Frequently, the person is tortured either before or after being hanged. Black business ... Read Book
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