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Stay the Night

Creator: Chilufiya Safaa | Fiction - 2010-12-01

Giving up hope of ever finding Mr. Right, brilliant litigator Adana Terrell finally meets the perfect man while vacationing in Nairobi, Kenya, but, since he is just as stubborn as she is, their relationship becomes tumultuous. Original.

Publisher: Dafina

About this book
Beautiful and brilliant Adana Terrell is a no-nonsense litigator who's nearly given up on happily ever after. But while on vacation in Kenya, she encounters a man who just might change her mind--if only he wasn't as stubborn as she is. Original.



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Stay the Night

Creator: Lynn Viehl | 2009-01-06

Legendary outlaw, art thief, and immortal vampire, Darkyn lord Robin of Locksley steals the hearts of women, until the night he meets undercover federal agent Chris Renshaw, who steals his. Original.

Publisher: Onyx Books

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From the USA Today Bestselling Author of Twilight FallOutlaw, immortal vampire, and art thief, Darkyn Lord Robin of Locksley has evaded authorities for the last 700 years. At the moment, he’s falling for undercover federal agent Christina Renshaw, who has no time for an affair. She hopes to snag an elusive art thief, but soon has no choice other than to join forces with Robin. When the chase becomes dangerous, both will have to choose between losing each other and losing everything they value...



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Stay Through the Night

Creator: Anne Mather | Fiction - 2006-11-01

Liam Jameson is a world-famous writer of paranormal thrillers.

Publisher: Harlequin Books

About this book
Liam Jameson is a world-famous writer of paranormal thrillers. But fame has its price, and now Liam lives reclusively on a remote Scottish island. Then Rosa Chantry knocks on his door and throws his world upside down. His desire for her is strong, but his conviction that he cannot satisfy a woman is stronger. But Rosa is persistent, and so is Liam's need for her. She is determined to ease his fear that the past has robbed him of his power as a man... .


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  • NAL

    Stay the Night: A Novel of the Darkyn: A Novella of the Darkyn (Dark Fantasy Book 7)

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    Rating (25 reviews):
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    Not really the end...

    Since previous reviewers have done such a great job summarizing the plot I will stick to my own impressions of the book: an excellent and engrossing story.I loved Robin's easy-going character. My personal preference is for characters who don't wear all their tortured pain on their sleeves for the world to see. Whereas Michael hides his steel under soft-spoken diplomacy, and Lucan hides his good heart under ruthless depravity, Robin hides his inner self under a flippant and flirtatious attitude. An attitude that the heroine, of course, can see right through. I also enjoyed the continuation of Alex and Michael's story - the fact that their story weaves through the entire series is one of my favorite aspects. Although probably not meant to be funny, Alex's completely awful bedside manner keeps me laughing at odd moments through the dark and creepy series.Dark and creepy is another thing that makes me love these books so much (although Robin's book "felt" a lot... 5/5 Amazon Customer "Vorpaks" (Worcester, MA United States) - See all my reviews This review is from: Stay the Night (Darkyn, Book 7) (Mass Market Paperback) Since previous reviewers have done such a great job summarizing the plot I will stick to my own impressions of the book: an excellent and engrossing story.I loved Robin's easy-going character. My personal preference is for characters who don't wear all their tortured pain on their sleeves for the world to see. Whereas Michael hides his steel under soft-spoken diplomacy, and Lucan hides his good heart under ruthless depravity, Robin hides his inner self under a flippant and flirtatious attitude. An attitude that the heroine, of course, can see right through. I also enjoyed the continuation of Alex and Michael's story - the fact that their story weaves through the entire series is one of my favorite aspects. Although probably not meant to be funny, Alex's completely awful bedside manner keeps me laughing at odd moments through the dark and creepy series.Dark and creepy is another thing that makes me love these books so much (although Robin's book "felt" a lot... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 16, 2009

    7th and final Darkyn Novel, but don't fret it's not really the end.

    I thoroughly enjoyed the first half of the Stay the Night. I liked Robin, we met the infamous charming thief of Robin Hood fame two books ago in . Robin's love interest Chris is the perfect torture for him, a woman who is totally immune to his Kyn power of charm. As an FBI agent out to catch the Magician, as Robin the thief is known to the art world, Chris is also the nemesis to Robin's thieving self to boot. I liked that Robin had to work to win Chris' heart despite the obvious chemistry - it was amusing to watch his affront when he wakens after their initial joining and discovers that He is the one who has been used. It was also entertaining watching him try to get through Chris' disbelief to convince her of the existence of the Darkyn. Actually I still liked the second half of the book but... 4/5 melindeeloo (sb,ca) - See all my reviews, January 14, 2009

    Forgettable Final Book In Series

    I was very much looking forward to reading Robin's story in Stay the Night. I was also sad to hear that this was the last book in the series and I was curious as to how it would all end.Robin of Locksley has been stealing from the rich for the last 700 years. With the help of his Darkyn powers, he can charm just about anyone into handing over anything. The FBI dubbed him The Magician for his most recent larcenous exploits involving the theft of priceless works of art.Chris Renshaw is a special agent for the FBI. She was recently transferred to the Chicago office amid a scandal involving her partner's firing and subsequent suicide. Chris knows that the Magician is somehow involved and is more determined than ever to bring this thief to justice. She leads the operation to find him and goes undercover as an arts dealer.The Feds decide to exhibit The Maiden's Book of Hours, an ancient manuscript that Robin has been coveting for hundreds of years... 3/5 loonigrrl (Los Angeles, CA) - See all my reviews This review is from: Stay the Night (Darkyn, Book 7) (Mass Market Paperback) I was very much looking forward to reading Robin's story in Stay the Night. I was also sad to hear that this was the last book in the series and I was curious as to how it would all end.Robin of Locksley has been stealing from the rich for the last 700 years. With the help of his Darkyn powers, he can charm just about anyone into handing over anything. The FBI dubbed him The Magician for his most recent larcenous exploits involving the theft of priceless works of art.Chris Renshaw is a special agent for the FBI. She was recently transferred to the Chicago office amid a scandal involving her partner's firing and subsequent suicide. Chris knows that the Magician is somehow involved and is more determined than ever to bring this thief to justice. She leads the operation to find him and goes undercover as an arts dealer.The Feds decide to exhibit The Maiden's Book of Hours, an ancient manuscript that Robin has been coveting for hundreds of years... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 7, 2009


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  • Doubleday

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    (3.9/5)
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    Excellent!

    0 5/5 gloria (Chicago) - See all my reviews This review is from: Places to Stay the Night (Paperback) Places To Stay The Night is the story of the several residents of a small town in Massachusetts. Renata, who escaped her small town for New York just after high school, returns to her hometown in search of a miracle cure (in the form of clean air and quiet living) for her terminally ill child. The reader is introduced to Renata's former school mates, none of which have faired any better than Renata. The story was written with such insight and compassion. I recommend it highly! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 11, 2001

    Engaging

    0 4/5 PWJ (Silver Spring, MD) - See all my reviews This review is from: Places to Stay the Night (Paperback) This is my first Ann Hood novel, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The story has enough plot to move you along, but her strength, I think, is in her characterizations. She seems to be able to see through many eyes, giving the novel many protagonists. So often I hear readers complain that they didn't like a book because they "just didn't care about the characters." Hood's characters are likeable, maybe especially so since they are presented in such a balanced, realistic way. There's nothing profound in her writing, but there is much that feels wise.I'll read more of her novels after this one. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 1, 2010

    Grittily Realistic

    0 5/5 Yiayia Janet "Bk Luvr" (Near Chicago) - See all my reviews This review is from: Places to Stay the Night (Paperback) I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The character development rang true to me. Having worked in a high school and seen how cliques operate I thought Hood's characters were true to form. This is not a book for those who enjoy glitter and glitz. If you enjoy reading about real people and their behavior I believe you will like this book. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 15, 2007
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    Stay the Night (Summerhill Book 4)

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    Rating (44 reviews):
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    Book #4: The Summerhill Series

    (Book #4: Summerhill Series)Source: PurchaseRating: 5/5 starsIf Titania Summerhill made a list of all her current problems, it would include:1) Being evicted from her apartment2) Having little to no money (see #1)3) No editor will purchase/print her stunningly beautiful photographs4) Having a wretched, egotistical and, highly influential ex-lover (see #3)5) She has to move back home, the one place on Earth she swore never to return toTo make this whole situation infinitely worse:1) Her beloved sister, Imogen, is on set in Greece and has encouraged Titania to go home and,2) One of her go-to editors has told her if she can get photos of the elusivefootballer (soccer, for the Yanks!) Ian MacNiven she will be golden and no editor anywhere will turn her down.Yeah, it basically sucks to be Titania Summerhill right now. But - and this is a big but - Titania has never backed down from a challenge... 5/5 RoloPoloBookBlog "RoloPoloBookBlog" (Texas, USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Stay the Night (Summerhill Book 4) (Kindle Edition) (Book #4: Summerhill Series)Source: PurchaseRating: 5/5 starsIf Titania Summerhill made a list of all her current problems, it would include:1) Being evicted from her apartment2) Having little to no money (see #1)3) No editor will purchase/print her stunningly beautiful photographs4) Having a wretched, egotistical and, highly influential ex-lover (see #3)5) She has to move back home, the one place on Earth she swore never to return toTo make this whole situation infinitely worse:1) Her beloved sister, Imogen, is on set in Greece and has encouraged Titania to go home and,2) One of her go-to editors has told her if she can get photos of the elusivefootballer (soccer, for the Yanks!) Ian MacNiven she will be golden and no editor anywhere will turn her down.Yeah, it basically sucks to be Titania Summerhill right now. But - and this is a big but - Titania has never backed down from a challenge... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , August 20, 2014

    Enjoyed this one!!

    Stay The Night is the fourth book in the Summerhill series by the Kate Perry.Photographer Titania Summerhill was the elusive & and somewhat mysterious Summerhill sister. She’s smart, creative, and strong willed. Titania is close to Gigi but didn't have the best relationship with her other sisters and her mother.When Titania is evicted from her flat, she unexpectedly finds herself living back at her childhood home the last place she ever wanted to be. Also to make matters worse, after refusing to date her mentor, she has found herself blacklisted no one will buy her photos. Her only hope to get her career back is to get reclusive British football star Ian MacNiven to agree to a photo essay.“Her heart beat faster, not with fear, but with excitement”For Ian MacNiven Football was his life, his passion, but a near-fatal accident has left him injured, and not sure if he will play again. He’s not a happy man, and he... 4/5 Amazon Customer - See all my reviews This review is from: Stay the Night (Summerhill Book 4) (Kindle Edition) Stay The Night is the fourth book in the Summerhill series by the Kate Perry.Photographer Titania Summerhill was the elusive & and somewhat mysterious Summerhill sister. She’s smart, creative, and strong willed. Titania is close to Gigi but didn't have the best relationship with her other sisters and her mother.When Titania is evicted from her flat, she unexpectedly finds herself living back at her childhood home the last place she ever wanted to be. Also to make matters worse, after refusing to date her mentor, she has found herself blacklisted no one will buy her photos. Her only hope to get her career back is to get reclusive British football star Ian MacNiven to agree to a photo essay.“Her heart beat faster, not with fear, but with excitement”For Ian MacNiven Football was his life, his passion, but a near-fatal accident has left him injured, and not sure if he will play again. He’s not a happy man, and he... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 9, 2014

    I want more

    0 3/5 Karebear (Ohio) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Stay the Night (Summerhill Book 4) (Kindle Edition) I love Kate Perry's books, in particular this series about family and friendships along with lust and love. The reason I only gave it 3 stars is because I wanted so much more on Niamh whom we've known since the beginning of the series, and perhaps her brother as well. I will inhale book 5 and wait patiently or not, for the next in the series. 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 17, 2014


  • Vanguard Press

    The Sleep Lady®’s Good Night, Sleep Tight: Gentle Proven Solutions to Help Your Child Sleep Well and Wake Up Happy

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    Easy to use, and it works.

    The Sleep Lady is the reason our daughter is finally sleeping through the night, after a long struggle with up to 12 night wakings every night. We attended a phone class taught by Kim West and then later bought her book.The most valuable part of this book is the Sleep Lady Shuffle. My husband and I tried using Ferber's method first, and my daughter cried until she just collapsed from sheer exhaustion. When I went in to check on her, finally asleep, I could tell she had slumped over from sitting up - with tears still drying on her face. This is not the picture of a child who has learned the art of self-soothing. We gave it up, and it took some time before I could shake the guilt. We tried the No-Cry Sleep Solution next for almost two weeks and did not see any improvement. I think that for us, the method was too difficult to implement. Our daughter would cry as soon as she left our arms... putting us into a pick-up-put-down dance for hours at a time, and after seeing... 4/5 Punkinheads Mom - See all my reviews This review is from: Good Night, Sleep Tight: The Sleep Lady's Gentle Guide to Helping Your Child Go to Sleep, Stay Asleep, and Wake Up Happy (Hardcover) The Sleep Lady is the reason our daughter is finally sleeping through the night, after a long struggle with up to 12 night wakings every night. We attended a phone class taught by Kim West and then later bought her book.The most valuable part of this book is the Sleep Lady Shuffle. My husband and I tried using Ferber's method first, and my daughter cried until she just collapsed from sheer exhaustion. When I went in to check on her, finally asleep, I could tell she had slumped over from sitting up - with tears still drying on her face. This is not the picture of a child who has learned the art of self-soothing. We gave it up, and it took some time before I could shake the guilt. We tried the No-Cry Sleep Solution next for almost two weeks and did not see any improvement. I think that for us, the method was too difficult to implement. Our daughter would cry as soon as she left our arms... putting us into a pick-up-put-down dance for hours at a time, and after seeing... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 31, 2005

    Best solution for getting OUR baby to sleep through the night

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    Like the method, not the book

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