The Destruction of the Inn

Author: Randy Lee Eickhoff

Publisher: Forge Books

ISBN: 1429973366

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

View: 2164

Randy Lee Eickhoff continues the Celtic Ulster Cycle; following up his highly acclaimed retelling of The Three Sorrows, with The Destruction of the Inn. Part impacted myth, part heroic saga, and part literary tour de force; this is the tale of a king who dares to ignore the prophecy that foretells his fate. Conaire Mór's reign has ushered in a period of great happiness and good fortune, but his three foster brothers take advantage of his position and plunder the countryside. Conaire refuses to put them to death, however, and out of brotherly love banishes them to Scotland. Where they fall in with merciless sea pirates who raid the coasts of England and Ireland, brutally slaying all whom stands against them, until finally the three brothers come back to the land of Conaire Mór. Filled with the adventure and tragedy, and told in the style that Randy Lee Eickhoff has made his own, The Destruction of the Inn is a story of Ireland's past, and one of her most enduring tales. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Thanksgiving at the Inn

Author: Tim Whitney

Publisher: Bancroft Press

ISBN: 1890862746

Category: Fiction

Page: 222

View: 7364

Ever since his mother left, life has not been easy for Heath Wellington, III. Between his father's (Junior's) bouts with alcoholism and literary rejection, and Heath's own wrongful suspension from school, there has not been all that much to be thankful for. But following the tragic death of estranged grandfather Senior, father and son alike stand to inherit a life-changing fortune... with one catch. Heath and Junior must spend the next three months managing Senior's bed and breakfast, located in the same Massachusetts home Junior has spent the last eight years trying to escape. As Heath adjusts to his new world, what he needs most is to understand that Junior, too, is dealing with loss, and to realise that, even in the most tragic of times, there is a lot in life to be thankful for. This is a beautiful story of family and forgiveness, and a sure holiday classic.

The Inn Between

Author: Marina Cohen

Publisher: Roaring Brook Press

ISBN: 162672203X

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 208

View: 1202

Eleven-year-old Quinn has had some bad experiences lately. She was caught cheating in school, and then one day, her little sister Emma disappeared while walking home from school. She never returned. When Quinn's best friend Kara has to move away, she goes on one last trip with Kara and her family. They stop over at the first hotel they see, a Victorian inn that instantly gives Quinn the creeps, and she begins to notice strange things happening around them. When Kara's parents and then brother disappear without a trace, the girls are stranded in a hotel full of strange guests, hallways that twist back in on themselves, and a particularly nasty surprise lurking beneath the floorboards. Will the girls be able to solve the mystery of what happened to Kara's family before it's too late?

The Inn of Tranquility

Studies and Essays

Author: John Galsworthy

Publisher: The Floating Press

ISBN: 1775450015

Category: Fiction

Page: 79

View: 378

One-time winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, John Galsworthy is best known as a prolific novelist and playwright who created the sweeping historical epic series known as the Forsyte Saga. The Inn of Tranquility collects a representative cross-section of his work, including short stories, essays, and autobiographical recollections.

The Inn On The Marsh

Author: Lena Kennedy

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1444767429

Category: Fiction

Page: 464

View: 6477

Time alone would heal the sorrows of Hollinbury, bright dreams banish the old unhappy ghosts . . . The Malted Shovel, exuberant heart and soul of Hollinbury Hamlet, buzzed with talk while the ale flowed. Talk of Dumb Lukey's crazed acts and the romance between Lucinda and Joe Lee, the Thames bargee. Talk of the Crimea and the terror of Napoleon. At the tavern, hard-headed Beatrice and her sister Dot care for their invalid father and for Lucinda, their pretty orphaned niece. The inn is their livelihood but village business is ever Beat's business too. And now some dark cloud has descended on them all . . .

The inn-play

Author: sir Thomas Parkyns (2nd bart.)

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: N.A

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Forever and a Day (The Inn at Sunset Harbor—Book 5)

Author: Sophie Love

Publisher: Sophie Love

ISBN: 1640290516

Category: Fiction

Page: 250

View: 6280

“Sophie Love's ability to impart magic to her readers is exquisitely wrought in powerfully evocative phrases and descriptions….This is the perfect romance or beach read, with a difference: its enthusiasm and beautiful descriptions offer an unexpected attention to the complexity of not just evolving love, but evolving psyches. It's a delightful recommendation for romance readers looking for a touch more complexity from their romance reads.” --Midwest Book Review (Diane Donovan re For Now and Forever) FOREVER AND A DAY is book #5 in the bestselling romance series The Inn at Sunset Harbor, which begins with book #1, For Now and Forever—a free download! 35 year old Emily Mitchell has fled her job, apartment and ex-boyfriend in New York City for her father's historic, abandoned home on the coast of Maine, needing a change in her life and determined to make it work as a B&B. She had never expected, though, that her relationship with its caretaker, Daniel, would turn her life on its head. In FOREVER AND A DAY, Emily is stunned to finally, after 20 years, meet her missing father—just a week before her wedding. Their reunion changes both of their lives, and unlocks the key to the house’s many secrets, and to Emily’s missing memories. Spring has finally arrived at Sunset Harbor, and with just a week to go until the big wedding date, the wedding preparations are busier than ever, including Daniel’s surprise talk of a honeymoon. Will Emily and Daniel have their dream wedding? Or will someone appear to tear it apart? Meanwhile, Chantelle’s custody battle comes to a pitch, and as Memorial Day looms, they must figure out what to do with Trevor’s house. Yet amidst all of this, another issue weighs most heavily on Emily’s mind: will she herself ever be pregnant? FOREVER AND A DAY is book #5 in a dazzling new romance series that will make you laugh, cry, keep you turning pages late into the night—and make you fall in love with romance all over again. Book #6 will be available soon. “A very well written novel, describing the struggle of a woman (Emily) to find her true identity. The author did an amazing job with the creation of the characters and her description of the environment. The romance is there, but not overdosed. Kudos to the author for this amazing start of a series that promises to be very entertaining.” --Books and Movies Reviews, Roberto Mattos (re For Now and Forever)

The Inn

Author: William Patterson

Publisher: Pinnacle Books

ISBN: 078603324X

Category: Fiction

Page: 448

View: 3500

If you're very lucky. . . The ramshackle B&B in western Massachusetts isn't just an inheritance--it seems like the best chance for Jack and Annabel Devlin to save their marriage and start over. But Annabel's first impressions of the remote inn don't ease her nerves. In fact, everything about the gloomy Victorian draws Annabel back into childhood nightmares. . . They might let you leave. . . Locals whisper about the Blue Boy Inn and its long history of murders and mysterious disappearances. Soon Annabel hears noises within the walls and glimpses something--some things--scurrying in the shadows. The locked attic, the bricked-up fireplace. . .for years they've helped keep a ravenous evil at bay. Now Jack and Annabel's arrival has stirred the house to life again. Debts must be paid, hungers will be satisfied, and one by one, Annabel's worst fears are about to come true. . . "The Conjuring meets The Shining in William Patterson's deliciously creepy thriller, The Inn. Fast-paced, horror-filled, clever and impossible-to-predict, this heart-pounding tale will leave you breathless." --Kevin O'Brien, New York Times bestselling author

The Inn Keepers

Author: Robert Magee

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1483609367

Category: Fiction

Page: 344

View: 9732

O n a Continent ruled by Dragons, Shade is a wandering Wizard who wants nothing more than to work a Tavern again. He finds more than he bargained for in the city of River Pointe. A beautiful Inn, his best friend, and a city on the brink of war.

There is Room at the Inn

Inns and B&Bs for Wheelers and Slow Walkers

Author: Candy B Harrington

Publisher: Demos Medical Publishing

ISBN: 9781934559468

Category: Travel

Page: 224

View: 9092

Many wheelers and slow walkers interested in travel assume that inns and bed and breakfasts will be inconvenient, inaccessible, or unaccommodating. Candy Harrington debunks this myth in There is Room at the Inn: Inns and B&Bs for Wheelers and Slow Walkers. She shows that inns and B&B's can actually be more accessible than many hotels, and than inn staff and management are often personally invested in accommodating their guests. Through a combination of personal experience, on-site visits, and interviews with innkeepers and other travelers, Harrington has discovered the most friendly and accessible properties, and brings her expert recommendations to the reader. Harrington's list includes not just the most accessible inns, but those in which the staff and management are the most wheelchair-positive. She includes a variety of locations from every area of the country, and also based her selection on wheelchair accessible activities and attractions in the surrounding area. With her personal, engaging style, and clear writing, Candy Harrington reminds the reader that everyone is entitled to travel, and that, with a little advice and planning, it can be fulfilling and rewarding for everyone.

The Inn at Sunset Harbor Bundle (Books 1, 2, and 3)

Author: Sophie Love

Publisher: Sophie Love

ISBN: 1632919737

Category: Fiction

Page: 250

View: 2610

A bundle of books #1 (FOR NOW AND FOREVER), #2 (FOREVER AND FOR ALWAYS), and #3 (FOREVER, WITH YOU) in Sophie Loves’s The Inn at Sunset Harbor series. This bundle offers books #1, #2, and #3 in one convenient file, with approximately 200,000 words of reading. In FOR NOW AND FOREVER, Emily Mitchell, 35, living and working in New York City, has struggled through a string of failed relationships. When her boyfriend of 7 years takes her out for their long-awaited anniversary dinner, Emily is sure that this time will be different, that this time she will finally get the ring. When he gives her a small bottle of perfume instead, Emily knows the time has come to break up with him—and for her entire life to have a fresh start. Reeling from her unsatisfying, high-pressure life, Emily decides she needs a change. She decides on a whim to drive to her father’s abandoned home on the coast of Maine, a sprawling, historic house where she’d spent magical summers as a child. But the house, long-neglected, is in dire need of repair, and the winter is no time to be in Maine. Emily hasn’t been there in 20 years, when a tragic accident changed her sister’s life and shattered her family. Her parents divorced, her father disappeared, and Emily was never able to bring herself to step foot in that house again. In FOREVER AND FOR ALWAYS, 35 year old Emily Mitchell has fled her job, apartment and ex-boyfriend in New York City for her father's abandoned home on the coast of Maine, needing a change in her life. Tapping her life savings to restore the historic home, and with a budding relationship with the caretaker, Daniel, Emily prepares to open the Inn at Sunset Harbor as Memorial Day comes. In FOREVER, WITH YOU, as Memorial Day comes, Emily Mitchell prepares to open the Inn at Sunset Harbor. But all does not go as planned. Emily learns quickly that she has no idea how to run a B&B. The house, despite her efforts, needs new, urgent repairs she cannot afford. Her covetous neighbor is still determined to make trouble for her. And worst of all: just as her relationship with Daniel is blossoming, she learns he has a secret. THE INN AT SUNSET HARBOR is a dazzling new romance series that will make you laugh, make you cry, will keep you turning pages late into the night—and will make you fall in love with romance all over again.

No Room at the Inn

The Year of Short Stories

Author: Jeffrey Archer

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN: 1447211227

Category: Fiction

Page: 17

View: 1774

No Room at the Inn is part of The Year of Short Stories and is one of several digital shorts released to celebrate the publication of Jeffrey Archer’s magnificent seventh collection, Tell Tale. Taken from Jeffrey Archer's sixth collection of short stories, And Thereby Hangs a Tale, comes No Room at the Inn, an irresistible, witty and ingenious short read. Richard has spent an idyllic month in Italy, soaking up the sun and the rich culture – even though his girlfriend decided at the last minute not to accompany him. Finding himself in the beautiful historic town of Monterchi, he spends his last few euros on a simple yet delicious meal. He is recommended the Albergo Piero for his stay that night. When he is told they have no rooms, the beautiful receptionist tells him to wait a moment – there might just be a room after all . . . Be sure to look out for more from The Year of Short Stories collection, including The Endgame and In the Eye of the Beholder.

The Inn at the Top

Tales of Life at the Highest Pub in Britain

Author: Neil Hanson

Publisher: Michael O'Mara Books

ISBN: 1782431837

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 363

View: 7949

The delightful tale of a young couple who in the late 1970s, on impulse, became the new landlords of the most remote, bleak and lonely pub - The Tan Hill Inn - located in the bleak landscape of the Yorkshire Dales. Having seen an article in the newspaper about the pub's search for a new manager, they arrived just three weeks later as the new landlords of the The Tan Hill Inn. It is a wild, wind-swept place, set alone in a sea of peat bog and heather moorland that stretches unbroken as far as the eye can see. With only sheep and grouse for company, their closest neighbour was four miles away and the nearest town twelve. They had no experience of licensed trade or running a pub, no knowledge of farming and a complete inability to understand the dialect of the sheep farmers who were their local customers. Eager, well-meaning, but in over their heads, our two heroes embarked on a disaster-strewn career that somehow also turned into a lifelong love affair with the Dales.The Inn at the Top is an entertaining ramble around the Inn, the breath-taking Dales countryside and a remarkable array of local characters, giving an insight into life in a very different different time and place.

The Inn at Angel Island

An Angel Island Novel

Author: Thomas Kinkade,Katherine Spencer

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101186720

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

View: 480

The New York Times bestselling authors present a new series set on an island a stone's skip away from Cape Light... Welcome to Angel Island, not far from the shores of Cape Light. It's said to harbor angels that help guide the lost, that sometimes lead them right back to where they began... Liza Martin arrives on Angel Island to sell the inn she and her brother inherited from their aunt, so she can bolt back to her busy life in Boston. But back home awaits a broken marriage and an unstable career. The more time she spends on Angel Island, and with every local she meets, the more she finds herself enjoying the tranquility of the place. Her new friends don't want to see her sell the inn to developers who will ruin the island's charm. There is much for her to resolve before her departure- and it is going to take a band of angels to mend her broken wings and redirect her soul.

The Inn of Dreams

A Fantasy at an Inn on the Tokaido Road

Author: Albert Shansky

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1503530000

Category: Fiction

Page: 164

View: 6398

This is the story of a young girl, Shinichi, who was abandoned by her parents and was brought up under the custody of her grandmother. During Shinichi's maturation, the grandmother experiences strange hallucinatory dreams. Shinichi eventually earns a degree in psychology. She meets her future husband, Kaz, a medical student, at the university, and their life together brings them as volunteers to the Kobe earthquake where Shinichi learns of the whereabouts of her mother and half-sister. The grandmother dies of a massive stroke. This story reflects on Japanese culture and travels to many scenic areas and is a testament to the will and strength of a young person.

The Inn Keeper's Daughters

A Tale of Southampton and the American Civil War

Author: Jeffery J. Nicholas

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1467008117

Category: Fiction

Page: 296

View: 2336

In 1861 the American Civil War was raging. In 1861 in Southampton the first modern docks were thriving after the arrival of the railway. In French Street, on the edge of a medieval slum within the old walled town, the Bell Inn was kept by the Day family. There were two daughters: the youngest restless, ambitious and inclined to behave badly. In December a Confederate commerce raider entered the port seeking repairs. Discovered, she was bottled up there by a Union warship. CSS Nashvilles crew adopted the Bell as their favourite run ashore, which led to an elopement and in the end a desperate journey across war-torn America.

The Inn at Little Bend

Author: Bobbie Groover

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1612350550

Category: Fiction

Page: 294

View: 306

The Inn at Little Bend Bobbi Groover -- The music swirled again in her mind, teasing and caressing her soul as masterfully as a lover. Her lagging spirit, that vital force which usually sustained her, felt renewed when the notes purled around her like a wraith sent to guide her through the maze of turmoil. He came from the shadows and took her hand. "Come with me," he whispered. She went with him willingly, knowing in her core that he understood the complexities of her soul. His eyes were blue...like Drake's...

The Inn at Sharons Crossing

Author: Wilyem Clark

Publisher: Wilyem Clark

ISBN: N.A

Category:

Page: 131

View: 9919

Novel: An appreciation of youth, its beauty and impermanence. A love story: love for the freedom of bicycling; love through self-expression; love of another human being... grails desired, obtained, and ultimately nullified.