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Stranded by Zoe Blaze Book Summary:
𝑰 𝒅𝒐𝒏’𝒕 𝒏𝒆𝒆𝒅 𝒂 𝒘𝒐𝒎𝒂𝒏 𝒕𝒐 𝒄𝒐𝒎𝒑𝒍𝒆𝒕𝒆 𝒎𝒆. 𝑶𝒓 𝒔𝒐 𝑰 𝒕𝒉𝒐𝒖𝒈𝒉𝒕 𝒖𝒏𝒕𝒊𝒍 𝑰 𝒓𝒆𝒔𝒄𝒖𝒆𝒅 𝒕𝒉𝒆 𝒇𝒊𝒆𝒔𝒕𝒚, 𝒃𝒆𝒂𝒖𝒕𝒊𝒇𝒖𝒍, 𝑵𝒆𝒘 𝒀𝒐𝒓𝒌 𝑪𝒊𝒕𝒚 𝒘𝒐𝒎𝒂𝒏. Now she’s stranded on Cole Mountain. My mountain. I rescued the dark-haired beauty from her burning truck. I watch over her while she sleeps. Women come a dime a dozen to a man like me, Christian Cole. I left a sixty-hour work week on Wall Street returning home to run my own business and Cole mountain, my family’s legacy. Not one woman has managed to take my breath away like the innocent, gorgeous Emily Santer. She came to Cole mountain to escape her cheating fiancé. He doesn’t get another chance with her. She’s mine now. She’s never been touched but that’s about to change. The moment I thumb those curves she won’t desire to run back to the city. Emily’s family is pressuring her to return to her New York City life from the mountains after the snow storm. I won’t let her go so easy. I plan to keep her right here on Cole mountain.
Stranded by Anne Bishop,Anthony Francis,James Alan Gardner Book Summary:
On the edge, all things are possible... From Stranded, by Anthony Francis She crested a ridge overlooking the wreck--and froze, bewitched. Climbing from the ship were the most beautiful people she'd ever seen. They wore armored spacesuits, patched in a thousand places, and painted to look like animals. Helmets folded back revealed inner pressure suits decorated too: one girl in a leopard outersuit had a snakeskin helm, adorned with feathers, over skin painted a pale blue. Serendipity gasped. These were adventurers. The gravity was clearly punishing their slender frames, but they kept going, crawling out of the smoking ship from every hatch, rappelling down on spacelines, tools jangling on their belts when their boots touched the broken earth. Not one of them looked a day over sixteen. That should have meant nothing--her grandmother didn't look a day over sixteen--but as fractured shale dislodged by her slogs crackled down the slope, they turned and stared at her with youthful shock. They had none of the smug poise of ancient souls newly young. What Serendipity saw instead, and felt keenly, was fear. Her gut churned. The boys were armed with projectile automatics. ? Three Great Authors--Three Great Science Fiction Stories A Strand In The Web New York Times Bestselling Fantasy Author Anne Bishop makes her U.S. debut in Science Fiction with this engaging futuristic novella. The Restorers travel the universe fulfilling a purpose handed down through the generations. They live and die aboard city-ships, never knowing the worlds they create and save. What begins as a disastrous training exercise in creating and balancing ecosystems becomes an unexpected fight for survival. The only hope may be the secret project of an untried Restorer team. A Host Of Leeches Award winning author James Alan Gardner pens a wonderfully imaginative tale, in which a young woman wakes to find herself the sole human on an orbiting, mechanical space station. To find a way home, she must navigate the dangerous politics of war between opposing robot leaders. Stranded Popular urban fantasy writer Anthony Francis (Dakota Frost, Skindancer series) explores the clash of ethics and survival when a young, genetically engineered centauress from the ultra-advanced Alliance lays claim to a rare, strategic garden planet, only to find herself captured by a band of rag-tag Frontier refugees who've crashed their vintage ship on her unexpectedly hostile world. On the edge, all things are possible... From Stranded, by Anthony Francis She crested a ridge overlooking the wreck--and froze, bewitched. Climbing from the ship were the most beautiful people she'd ever seen. They wore armored spacesuits, patched in a thousand places, and painted to look like animals. Helmets folded back revealed inner pressure suits decorated too: one girl in a leopard outersuit had a snakeskin helm, adorned with feathers, over skin painted a pale blue. Serendipity gasped. These were adventurers. The gravity was clearly punishing their slender frames, but they kept going, crawling out of the smoking ship from every hatch, rappelling down on spacelines, tools jangling on their belts when their boots touched the broken earth. Not one of them looked a day over sixteen. That should have meant nothing--her grandmother didn't look a day over sixteen--but as fractured shale dislodged by her slogs crackled down the slope, they turned and stared at her with youthful shock. They had none of the smug poise of ancient souls newly young. What Serendipity saw instead, and felt keenly, was fear. Her gut churned. The boys were armed with projectile automatics. ?
Stranded by Shane Moore Book Summary:
Stranded is a story of a pampered man forced to find his inner strength and the will to survive when being forced into an unforgettable, compromising situation when stranded in the forest by the "love of his life". While Paul struggles to comprehend why another human being would do this, he realizes that sometimes choices have to be made even though you were taught they were wrong. Follow one man's journey as he makes enemies and discovers new friends which changes his entire concept of what true love is.
Stranded by Catherine Bosworth Book Summary:
From the moment she arrives in the Florida Keys, twelve-year-old Carly knows shes found her true home. She loves everything about the place, from the gaudy sunsets to the shimmering water of Florida Bay. Because shes new to the Keys, though, she doesnt know its against the law to feed the wild dolphin she discovers when she paddles her kayak to a mangrove island near her house. Youll make him dependent, a local vet warns her. Youll make him vulnerable. When the dolphin gets sick, Carly feels terrible. She reaches out for help, first to her friend Fin, a twelve-year-old conch who knows everything about the local waters. Fin gets the neighborhood grandmas involved, and they draw in their friend, a marine mammal vet. As Carly assembles her team, the first clue appears a strange odor in the water at a nearby campground. Using all her sleuthing powers, Carly struggles to track down the evil polluters and stop them. Along the way, though, she realizes the dolphin she loves doesnt really belong to her. Hes a wild creature, after all, and he needs to be free.
Stranded by Alice Sharpe Book Summary:
AFTER MONTHS STRANDED IN THE MOUNTAINS, A DETECTIVE RETURNS HOME TO A TARGET ON HIS BACK—AND HIS PREGNANT WIFE CAUGHT IN THE CROSSHAIRS… When Detective Alex Foster's plane goes down in the remote Bitterroot Mountains, everyone thinks he is dead. Including his wife, Jessica. But against all odds, he survives, returning months later to the joyous news that Jessica is pregnant. Yet their reunion reminds them both of their imperfections. Then Alex discovers his plane crash was no accident. Someone wanted him dead and is now targeting Jessica to get to him. She wants honesty; he wants to keep the frightening details to himself. Protecting Jessica and his unborn child is Alex's first priority—even if it means giving up his second chance at life to save theirs….
Stranded by Arthur Wyllie Book Summary:
Plusar is a world that is ruled by force and governed by fear. The dominant race is the Elas. They are the winged beings that use their power of flight to maintain a tyrannical rule over the other tribes. They are a ruthless race that kill and enslave members of the other tribes at will. The arrival of Colonel Eric Eichstaedt, Major Ryan Gibbons and Alana McGovern cause a great upheaval in the rule of the Elas. After they escape from the Elas slave camp, they befriend Tanel, a one-eyed humanoid called a Latosian. Together they battle the strange beasts and primitive warrior tribes of Plusar. The three astronauts must use all their knowledge and training to survive and try to find a way to get back to their base on Mars. But their Trimordium crystals were depleted during the trip. Without them to power the ships engines, they will be Stranded.
STRANDED by Douglas Wentworth Book Summary:
****2012 Independent Publisher Gold Medal Winner for Sci-fi/Fantasy**** June 6, 2026. The War to End All Wars. As the bombs rain down, the starship PROMETHEUS, with its crew of six brave astronauts, escapes an Earth destined to become a lifeless, black rock. The cargo: A database of ‘stranded’, or digitized, human beings. The mission: To find a habitable planet, bring the strands back to life, and ensure the continuation of the human race. But the crew soon discovers that strands are being deleted, and they realize that someone among them is a traitor, a follower of The Chrysander, a rebel on Earth who had preached that humans had ruined one planet, so therefore had no right to inhabit and ruin another. And as the crewmembers are murdered, one by one, the human race teeters on the brink of extinction. Chief Scientific Officer Sandra Hapgood, the developer of the stranding process, vows to defend humankind at any cost, and she races against time to save herself, the remaining strands, and the future of humanity… “Douglas Wentworth instantly lures you into his web of murder, mystery, and suspense. Wentworth not only makes you wonder whether his chillingly human characters will save the human race, but if our own human race is even worth saving!” - C.P. Leacock, Author, ‘Roswell: Have You Wondered’
STRANDED IN TIME by KELLI SUE LANDON Book Summary:
College student and art major Samantha Harper has been tracing her family tree for quite some time. Her mother, Rebecca, died when Sam was sixteen and she never talked much about her past. Samantha is thrilled to hear that she will be allowed to research her mother's past for a school assignment. Upon arriving in Rebecca's childhood neighborhood, Sam arranges to have a tour of her mother's grade school. She finds an area inside the school that had been damaged and at first, thinking a ghost was inhabiting the gymnasium, she accidentally crosses over into the year 1975; the year when her mother is in kindergarten. Fascinated and scared at the same time, Sam gets to witness her mother's childhood up front as she inadvertently gets involved in an old case of a young girl's accidental death. Little Josie Baker, a classmate of Sam's mother, died that year inside the school's gymnasium. But, was it an accident? After uncovering the dark secret surrounding Josie's death, Samantha wonders if she'll ever find her way back home where her father and best friend, Josh, have been waiting for her return. Will she return to the present or will she have to live the rest of her life in the past?
Single Stranded by Veronica Alexander Book Summary:
I keep meeting the type of brother who needs a happy meal, something quick and easy and doesn't cost him too much. He wants to drive through without ever getting out to see what is in the inside! I am a full course meal Inside the happy meal there is a toy to be played with but my heart is much more than a grab bag item! Besides, you can't go to the city's finest and expect to drive through I really had to make up my mind that if you need a happy meal there is a McDonald's on just about every corner. Ladies we really have to believe that we are a good dish served at a five star restaurant for reservations only!!!! And the Holy Spirit is making the reservations! Single Stranded speaks of the single Christian woman's issues, including the often unspoken subject of sexual purity. Veronica's awareness of the challenges facing Christian singles will help you find deliverance in many areas of your life. She expresses the schemes that Satan uses to get single Christian women "caught up" in her "tell it like it is" style of writing.
STRANDED, Issue 2 by Mike Carey Book Summary:
What if your past, everything you knew, was a lie? A mysterious assassin called Janus knows - and he's determined to kill the Stranded one by one before they can learn of their true, extraterrestrial origins. Now Tamree, their protector, races against time to awaken them to their true nature and powers. But Janus holds a secret weapon: his inhuman companion, Dzin - whose connection to Tamree may doom the protector's mission before it's even truly begun. Created and written by acclaimed novelist/comics writer Mike Carey (X-MEN, Lucifer, Unwritten, The Devil You Know)!
Stranded With Santa by Janet Tronstad Book Summary:
Rodeo heartthrob Zach "Lightning" Lucas was looking for a little Christmas fun. Dressing up as Santa to deliver the mail wasn't exactly what he had in mind. But he also hadn't expected to be stranded with beautiful young widow Jenny Collins— What Jenny needed was someone to be a father to her two young children. Not some handsome cowboy just passing through—one who made her tremble with desire. She knew once the roads cleared, Zach would be off to roam the country and break hearts…. Or would he change his wild ways and keep her warm long after the snow melted?
A Martian Stranded on Earth by Nikolai Krementsov Book Summary:
Examines Bogdanov's roles as revolutionary, novelist, and scientist, presenting his protagonist as a coherent thinker who pursued his ideas in a wide range of venues. This title offers an analysis of the interactions between scientific ideas and societal values.
The Stranded Tribe by Kenneth R Dodds Book Summary:
“The Stranded Tribe” is the neglected story of the Ulster Unionists who were compelled to become part of the new Catholic and Gaelic Irish Free State in 1922. It follows the lives of the Presbyterian working-class Vance family, especially the two sons, William and Jamie, in the turbulent period of Irish history between 1895 and 1923. They live and work in East Donegal where one becomes involved with a local Ulster Volunteer unit and the other becomes a local railway official. In 1914 William Vance responds to the Empire’s call to fight Germany and joins the Ulster Division. As a member of the 11th Inniskilling Fusiliers, he takes part in the unbelievable slaughter of the first day of the Battle of the Somme in 1916. Later, his brother joins the same regiment and is badly wounded during the Battle of Messines. Following a long recovery he takes on security work on the Donegal Railways and plays a significant part in trying to forestall guerrilla attacks by the IRA on its services. The brother of Jamie’s Catholic girlfriend is an IRA leader in Donegal. In the Civil War he is on the Anti-Treaty side and both he and Jamie are drawn into the conflict in West Fermanagh where the IRA invades Northern Ireland’s territory in an attempt to destabilise the six-county statelet. The Loyalists in the three mainly Nationalist and Catholic Ulster counties not included in the new Northern Ireland have most of their links with the UK broken and some of them suffer persecution. Death threats against Jamie Vance and his family force him to take a temporary job in Scotland. Here, he finds himself struggling against a desperate, high-level assassination plot which threatens to destroy the shaky relationship between Britain and the new Irish Free State which is struggling to rout the Irregular forces in Ireland. The book outlines the brutal struggle between the two conceptions of Ireland – the nationalist Catholic and Gaelic one and the unionist pro-British and monarchical one. But it also takes some of the simplicity out of this division by showing the many variations on both sides. The great majority of the incidents in the book are based upon real events gleaned from books and newspapers of the period. Research for the book took five years as well as significant time in the area itself. “The Stranded Tribe” is not only about the drawing of a new boundary in Ireland between mainly Protestant and Catholic states. It is also about political, religious and community responses to a world facing unprecedented social and technological change.
Stranded on the Shores of Time by Lena K. Ericksen Book Summary:
They walked together upon the shore. He looked to her and called her name amid the roar of the waves. Could she accept the vulnerability that came with opening her heart to him? Could she allow feelings long suppressed by the demands of living in a world in which authentic intimacy had no place to guide her? What has happened to love? Where does it figure in the technology-based global economy that orders our lives? What has happened to that most splendid of feelings? Stranded on the Shores of Time takes us on a journey through time to answer these questions.
Stranded with the Rancher by Tina Radcliffe Book Summary:
The Doctor and the Cowboy Stranded at single father Dan Gallagher's ranch during a Colorado blizzard, Dr. Beth Rogers is counting the days till the roads are clear. She can't wait to leave for her exciting new life in New York. But suddenly the big-city doctor is delivering babies in log cabins, helping to feed newborn calves and teaching Dan's little girl to play hymns on the piano. No-nonsense Beth even throws a snowball or two at the handsome, love-shy cowboy. She thought she had her heart set on leaving, so why does she dream of Dan asking her to stay forever?
Stranded in a Snowstorm! by Paul Wozniak Book Summary:
Think that heading out into the Colorado forest in 60 degree weather in May is totally safe? Think again. As Nico and his baby sitter Hannah quickly learn, Mother Nature can turn on a dime, and when she does, she dumps so much snow on them that they can't find their way out of what should have been a simple overnight backpacking trip. Trek along with these two as an unexpected snowstorm teaches them just how much wilderness savvy they have. It's not enough. They need more. See how their rescuer uses 21st century technology along with timeless backcountry smarts to try to find his friends. And, experience how Nico, our 12 year old hero, comes to understand that sometimes misbehaving isn't as bad as some adults make it out to be. "Stranded in a Snowstorm" features backcountry powder skiing and snowboarding, backpacking, fire-lighting, survival, rock and roll, and emergency whistles. Our heroes have to hike high, hunker low, ski and ride fast, and huddle together just to survive. Will they make it out alive? Will their twists and turns be enough to keep them from the dangers that beautiful Mother Nature brings? Will you feel like strapping a board to your feet and poking some freshies while you read this epic adventure?
Stranded with the Rancher by Janice Maynard Book Summary:
"For billionaire horse breeder Drew Farrell, the day starts with the usual argument with ornery neighbor Beth Andrews. But within minutes he and the irritating beauty are huddled together in a storm cellar praying for their lives. They call a truce...and seal it with an unexpected kiss. They emerge to a scene of utter devastation. Their passion to rebuild is only rivaled by the very personal passion they've just discovered...until Beth's past catches up with her and a very different type of storm erupts..."-- From back cover.
Stranded with the Tycoon by Sophie Pembroke Book Summary:
The man who sees her beauty… Ben Hampton is the last man in England that workaholic historian Luce would ever choose to be stranded with. Tall, dark and infuriatingly arrogant, he's also a reminder of her not-so-glorious romantic history—something she's spent the past few years burying herself in work to forget. Hotel tycoon Ben knows there's fire behind Luce's buttoned-up exterior, and fanning its flames is an irresistible temptation. Luckily, getting snowbound in the countryside gives him the perfect opportunity to tempt out the real Lucinda Myles!
Stranded in Red Butte by F. M. Foster Book Summary:
Little Brown Boy's Blues gives you a glimpse into the life and thoughts of the author, Tuan N'Gai. While reading his personal journal entries, you will be taken on a powerful and poetic journey as you delve into themes ranging from activism, spirituality, religion, relationships, the state of the black community, sexuality and love. Get ready to be educated, empowered, and encouraged. Little Brown Boy's Blues is sure to inspire everyone who reads to take action to make a positive change in their own lives and in the life of their community.
Stranded in the Present by Peter Fritzsche,Assistant Professor of History Peter Fritzsche Book Summary:
Explains how history is traced by Europeans and Americans who had a passionate interest in the past, exploring how they saw themselves in the drama of history, from the aftermath of the French revolution, to the parlors of America's western territories.
Stranded in Montana; Dumped in Arizona by Barbara Robey Egloff Shackett Book Summary:
Stranded in Montana; Dumped in Arizona by Barbara Robey Egloff Shackett Stranded in Montana; Dumped in Arizona is an inspiring story that serves to encourage living life to the fullest, regardless of the obstacles that may be encountered along the way. This series of vignettes carries the author from her very proper family upbringing through the ups and downs of six marriages. Aside from getting a peek at her romantic bliss and heartaches, you’ll meet many small-town folk who show a slice of Americana. The author’s adventures are related with humor and pathos, which makes for an entertaining read.
Gray Folks: Stranded on Earth by Mary Streblow Book Summary:
Gray Folks: Stranded on Earth This is the second cartoon book about Gray aliens and how they might view their surroundings. While many illustrations are meant to be humorous, there are others that document historical events in a lighter way.
Stranded III: Coming Home by Arthur Wyllie Book Summary:
This is book three in the Stranded trilogy. Once again Eric and Alana must return to the savage little planet of Plusar to aid Ryan in battling the evil forces trying to take over the planet. This time, however, several new and unexpected twists occur that were not expected.
Stranded (An Ivy Malone Mystery Book #4) by Lorena McCourtney Book Summary:
Super sleuth Ivy Malone's inquisitiveness has gotten her into plenty of trouble, including murder, mayhem, and a place on a mini-Mafia hit list. Still on the run from the mob, Ivy ends up in a small town in the Pacific Northwest with a broken-down motor home, a young traveling companion running from a violent husband, and a stray cat. With no way to fix their vehicle, Ivy and her companion are invited to stay in an old Victorian house by a compassionate young woman attorney. But when Ivy discovers that the former resident was murdered and that the prime suspect happens to be Ivy's kind benefactor, she's on the case-digging up clues and getting into plenty of trouble along the way.
Stooping Hawk and Stranded Whale, Sons of Liberty by Wilfrid S. Bronson Book Summary:
Although they possess armor, horses, and bullets, Hernando Cortez and his invading Spanish armies are no match for the small Seri tribe of northwestern Mexico, especially thirteen-year-old Stranded Whale and his best friend Stooping Hawk.
With One Fool Left in the World, No One is Stranded by Frances Garrett Connell Book Summary:
This book charts the life of two young American teachers immersed in an Afghan village, and later in Kabul, from 1973-1976, before the onset of decades of conflict. In this turn back to the memories coded and buried in those years, and in the flashes to more recent events and reflections, the book portrays stories, scenes, people and realities long lost. In the minute particulars and in the large, political and cultural strokes which made up that complex country of hospitable people who shaped the writer's life in unpredictable ways, one finds the seeds which grew to shape a country, a region, an endless war, and which now impact a new millennium.
Plans for the Floating Off, of Stranded Vessels, and for Raising Those that Have Foundered by John Milne Book Summary:
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Practical Observations on the Preservation of Mariners from Stranded Vessels, and the Prevention of Shipwreck, with Suggestions on Those Subjects, Resulting, Principally, from an Experience of Upwards of Twenty Years, on the Coast of Norfolk by George William Manby Book Summary:
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Stranded by Don Prichard,Stephanie Prichard Book Summary:
All Marine Corps reservist Jake Chalmers wants is to give his dying wife a last, romantic cruise to the Philippines. Unable to save her in a mass murder aboard ship, he washes ashore a jungle island, where he discovers three other survivors. Heartbroken that he failed to save his wife, he is determined not to fail these helpless castaways. Federal prosecutor Eve Eriksson rescues a young girl and her elderly great-aunt from the same ship. They badly need Jake's survival skills, but why is he so maddeningly careful? She needs to hurry home to nail a significant career trial. And, please, before Jake learns her secret that she's responsible for his wife's death.
Stranded at Sea by Ellen Linnihan Book Summary:
Themes: Hi-Lo, headlines, nonfiction, disasters, world events. Discover the astonishing true stories--that will make readers laugh, cry, and gasp--behind the headlines: The HMS Bounty, The Essex Wreck, Lusitania Off Guard, SS St. Louis, Boat People, Where's Abby Sunderland?, and more. This series of nonfiction readers will grab a student's interest from the very first page! Designed with struggling readers in mind, these riveting softcover books offer short chapters on high-interest headlines. Each chapter is its own mini-book, which includes a timeline, key terms, and interesting facts. Fascinating black and white photographs keep the pages turning. A bibliography encourages further topical reading.
Stranded with the Tempting Stranger by Brenda Jackson Book Summary:
Strange bedfellows Cutthroat litigator Brandon Washington wasn't used to being ignored. So when Cassie Garrison—the newly discovered half sister of his firm's biggest client— refused his repeated attempts at contact, he set out to teach the elusive heiress a lesson. He would travel under an assumed identity to her Bahamian home. And using every skill he possessed, he would uncover all of Cassie's secrets. But once his seductive mission was accomplished, would Brandon find his professional mission at war with his very personalinterests?
Stranded by Kitty Margo Book Summary:
No cell phone signal, a dead car battery, and a failed GPS system have left Cate Cooper stranded in the middle of nowhere. Forced to make her way through a maze of cornfields, she happens upon a rundown cabin by the river.At first glance, the occupant of the cabin appears to be the stuff that female dreams are made of ... until disturbing revelations come to light.Cate soon discovers that for the past century each generation of Seltzer twins has given birth to a set of male twins. One good, one evil. One fertile, one sterile. With the exception of Kane's great great uncle, the twins have a habit of dying young, and never from natural causes. With these long-held family secrets, and the threat of something sinister lurking at every turn, can Cate free herself from the tentacles of the past and save her unborn child, or has she unwittingly fallen prey to a curse that can never be broken?
Stranded by Ben Mikaelsen Book Summary:
A compelling, emotionally satisfying novel of a young girl's determination to do the right thing and to prove herself to her peers and her parents. When Koby, who lost her foot in an accident at the age of eight, aids a mother whale about to give birth, she sets off a chain of events that changes the course of her life forever.
Silencing, Heterochromatin and DNA Double Strand Break Repair by Kevin D. Mills Book Summary:
The field of DNA repair is vast and advancing rapidly. Silencing, Heterochromatin and DNA Double Strand Break Repair probes the relationship of DNA break repair and silent heterochromatin, using budding yeast as a model. The primary research presented in this book represents some of the most important work in this new field of inquiry.