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  • Expatriate life fight

    Expatriate life fight

  • The Chap in Chaps

    The Chap in Chaps

    In 1910, Charles Smythe inherits a ranch from his late uncle. With some misgivings about leaving his life in England, he finally arrives in Arizona Territory only to meet one of his employees, an experienced hired hand named Sombra. In Sombra, Charles finds not only the perfect man to teach him all he needs to know about ranching, but also the masterful lover he has always craved. Can he build a real relationship this time, especially with a man so different?<br><br>As a youth, Sombra fled his New England home in disgrace when his first homosexual affair become public knowledge. Upon arriving in Arizona, he found employment with Dabney Darwin, Charles's uncle, and the kindly English expatriate fashioned him into the son he never had. But when Dab's nephew arrives to assume ownership of the property, Sombra is not sure how to take young Charles.<br><br>Yet he soon discovers that "taking Charles" is exactly what they both need ... and desperately desire.

  • The moon god

    The moon god

    The story of the moon god, was a prophecy of a three generation tide that reigned the citizens of Kambishale.The reign of the self appointed dynasties was ready for a topple by the one voice of a common vote.it would get dark by the night and supposedly dawned earlier for the industrious subjects."The System " ,a crooked government policy was in charge of the government bureaucracy.This was a capitalist idealism in a high stake environment, The System had rendered many citizens jobless after importing cheap expatriates for most of the professional posts, they had looted most of the public resources and enriched their personal fantasies, dusk had engulfed the entire Kambishale narrative, that corruption was celebrated in a majestic tac, bt a saviour was born, 40years before the dawn of the prophecy,the moon would turn red, the armageddon,a circle of chaos and beginning of prosperity, a reign full of betrayal, the cycle of wealth peace and harmony in a world that would change through the bitter sweat of one King Banja The 1st.

  • The sun also rises. For whom the bell tolls

    The sun also rises. For whom the bell tolls

    DescriptionThe Sun Also Rises is a 1926 novel by American writer Ernest Hemingway, his first, that portrays American and British expatriates who travel from Paris to the Festival of San Fermín in Pamplona to watch the running of the bulls and the bullfights.

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