After another painful breakup, Laney Temple finally understands that love is a fairytale and sex rarely comes with a happy ending. She's too busy for it right now anyway0́4she has a business to run, art to create, and candy to crush. Sure, eventually she'll be ready to switch from her plastic-or-silicon lover to a flesh-and-blood one. But before that happens, she needs to be sure she won't feel any of those annoying emotions that make her heart do things it wasn't meant to do...Like breakCarson Bennett is completely upfront about what he wants, and it has nothing to do with Laney's heart. Her lips? Hell yeah. Other parts of her body? You better f*cking believe it. But her heart? Nope, not even a little. Until it does...a lot. But having feelings for someone isn't allowed. It's the kind of thing you're supposed to push down deep and cover up with one-night stands, sarcasm, and booze...Like secretsTwo people want the same thing0́4a commitment to nothing more than great sex in a bunch of different positions. Simple. Enjoyable. A win-win. Problem is, those two people have families and fears and pain that spill into every moment of their lives, control what they do and who they are. And if either Carson or Laney can't free themselves from the past, they'll both be pulled under by it.**DARKER WATER is a standalone contemporary romance (no cliffhanger)
In February and March 2016 we spent two months as artists in residence at Grand Union, a gallery and studio space in Digbeth, Birmingham, England. While in residence we researched The Grand Union Canal - learning about its history, contemporary uses, and certain future. We developed a performative research practice that allowed us to consider the canal through a critical and creative lens. The water located in the canal played an important role in our explorations and became a strong metaphor for the social and spatial shifts occurring in Digbeth. Along side our work with the water, we considered the historical exploitation of the canal horse, and how, like time traveller, the animals' labour warned of the current market forces affecting the community. We generated well over a hundred ideas - many of which wouldn't be realized in a short residency. Eight of our projects, processes, and experiments have been brought together in a publication that includes an interview with gallery Director, Cheryl Jones.
|Author||: Boston (Mass.). Water Commissioner|
|Release Date||: 1896|
|Pages||: 329 pages|
Arranged logically to follow the most widely adopted course structure, this text will leave students with a full understanding of the unique structure, function, and living patterns of all vertebrates.
|Author||: George Dennis Cooke|
|Release Date||: 1989|
|Pages||: 182 pages|
|Release Date||: 1883|
|Pages||: 329 pages|