The incorrigible "bad boy" relates his latest misadventures to the grocery man.
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Tom Bailey is born in the fictitious town of Rivermouth, New Hampshire, but moves to New Orleans with his family when he is still a baby. In his boyhood, his father wants him to be educated in the North and sent him back to school in Rivermouth to live with his grandfather, Captain Nutter. Tom becomes a member of a boys' club called the Centipedes and the boys become involved in a series of adventures. In one prank, the boys steal an old carriage and push it into a bonfire for the Fourth of July. During the winter, several boys build a snow fort on Slatter's Hill, inciting rival boys into a battle of snowballs. Later, Tom and three other boys combine their money to buy a boat named Dolphin and sneak away to an island. Tom also befriends a man nicknamed Sailor Ben. Revealed as the long-lost husband of Captain Nutter's Irish servant, Ben settles in Rivermouth in a boat-like cabin. Sailor Ben helps the boys fire off a series of old cannon at the pier, much to the confusion of the local townspeople. When his father's banking job fails, Tom is invited by an uncle to work in a counting-house in New York. "The Story of a Bad Boy" is an autobiographical novel by American writer Thomas Bailey Aldrich, fictionalizing his experiences as a boy in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The book is considered the first in the "bad boy" genre of literature, though the text's opening lines admit that he was "not such a very bad, but a pretty bad boy".
This eBook edition has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Tom Bailey is born in the fictitious town of Rivermouth, New Hampshire, but moves to New Orleans with his family when he is still a baby. In his boyhood, his father wants him to be educated in the North and sent him back to school in Rivermouth to live with his grandfather, Captain Nutter. Tom becomes a member of a boys' club called the Centipedes and the boys become involved in a series of adventures. In one prank, the boys steal an old carriage and push it into a bonfire for the Fourth of July. During the winter, several boys build a snow fort on Slatter's Hill, inciting rival boys into a battle of snowballs. Later, Tom and three other boys combine their money to buy a boat named Dolphin and sneak away to an island. Tom also befriends a man nicknamed Sailor Ben. Revealed as the long-lost husband of Captain Nutter's Irish servant, Ben settles in Rivermouth in a boat-like cabin. Sailor Ben helps the boys fire off a series of old cannon at the pier, much to the confusion of the local townspeople. When his father's banking job fails, Tom is invited by an uncle to work in a counting-house in New York. "The Story of a Bad Boy" is an autobiographical novel by American writer Thomas Bailey Aldrich, fictionalizing his experiences as a boy in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The book is considered the first in the "bad boy" genre of literature, though the text's opening lines admit that he was "not such a very bad, but a pretty bad boy".
Blaze is a member of a motorcycle gang that's on their way to Sturgis, South Dakota for the huge biker rally held there every year. but plans on taking as many females as he can to his bed while in the rowdy town. Angel is working in her uncle's motorcycle repair shop and when Blaze comes in with a little trouble with his new ride, she finds him as interesting as he finds her. Blaze is stricken with her knowledge of bikes and her beauty as well as her feisty attitude. But when he asks her out, a thing he never does, she refuses. It only serves to send Blaze into alpha-mode and he shows up at her home and makes her dinner then she takes him to her bedroom. Both know they have stumbled onto something neither saw coming. But can Angel get past her fear of abandonment and let Blaze have a place in her heart? And can Blaze get past his idea of being single forever and let Angel into his heart? As both want to be the master of the situation, can they give into the other without losing who they are?
- Author : Metta Victoria Victor
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1884
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : OXFORD:591013171
Statistics show that black males are disproportionately getting in trouble and being suspended from the nation's school systems. Based on three years of participant observation research at an elementary school, Bad Boys offers a richly textured account of daily interactions between teachers and students to understand this serious problem. Ann Arnett Ferguson demonstrates how a group of eleven- and twelve-year-old males are identified by school personnel as "bound for jail" and how the youth construct a sense of self under such adverse circumstances. The author focuses on the perspective and voices of pre-adolescent African American boys. How does it feel to be labeled "unsalvageable" by your teacher? How does one endure school when the educators predict one's future as "a jail cell with your name on it?" Through interviews and participation with these youth in classrooms, playgrounds, movie theaters, and video arcades, the author explores what "getting into trouble" means for the boys themselves. She argues that rather than simply internalizing these labels, the boys look critically at schooling as they dispute and evaluate the meaning and motivation behind the labels that have been attached to them. Supplementing the perspectives of the boys with interviews with teachers, principals, truant officers, and relatives of the students, the author constructs a disturbing picture of how educators' beliefs in a "natural difference" of black children and the "criminal inclination" of black males shapes decisions that disproportionately single out black males as being "at risk" for failure and punishment. ? Bad Boys is a powerful challenge to prevailing views on the problem of black males in our schools today. It will be of interest to educators, parents, and youth, and to all professionals and students in the fields of African-American studies, childhood studies, gender studies, juvenile studies, social work, and sociology, as well as anyone who is concerned about the way o
Publisher Fact Sheet A chilling account of a serial killer whose cruel & tortuous murders while on parole from the Broomstick Murders changed the third largest criminal justice system in the United States.
The award-winning author of Have Gun Will Travel and Gangsta offers an eye-opening look at Sean "Puffy" Combs and Bad Boy Entertainment, providing a searing indictment of the man and his work and addressing such issues as the rap industry's glorification of criminal activities.
This is all his fault. Him, Nick Geary, the bad boy who kissed me senseless against his car a month ago, awakening the sleeping sex beast inside me, only to treat me like a little sister ever since. Before Nick and I locked lips, I had no idea I could feel hungry for someone's kisses. I would give up cupcakes for life for a chance to have Nick be my first, but he's got one rule-No V-Cards.But he has to feel the same pull I feel, he just has to-the kiss we shared was hot enough to set fire to a glass of sweet tea. All I have to do is figure out a way to change his mind... Nick's the one who brought this wild, new curiosity inside me to life, and I'll be darned if I'll give up on my bad boy before I find out if our second kiss is as hot as our first.And if we happen to fall madly in love along the way, well...stranger things have happened. Right? Virgin Seeks Bad Boy is a "losing it" romance previously published as Wild For You. It has been heavily revised and expanded for this new edition.
At the dawn of sound, he wrote the story for the Academy Award-winning musical The Broadway Melody and collaborated memorably with Gloria Swanson and Joseph Kennedy for The Trespasser. He excelled at anti-war drama (White Banners, The Dawn Patrol, We Are Not Alone), fantastic Bette Davis weepies (Dark Victory, The Old Maid, The Great Lie), lilting romantic dramas (The Constant Nymph, Claudia), big-budgeted literary adaptations (The Razor's Edge), and even film noir (Nightmare Alley).
Bound to the Bad Boy is book 7 of The Billionaire's Touch series. Parts 1-9 can be found everywhere now! Book 1: Bad Boy in a Suit Book 2: Bad Boy in the Dark Book 3: Bad Boy in Control Book 4: Tied Up by the Bad Boy Book 5: Pinned Down by the Bad Boy Book 6: Set Free by the Bad Boy Book 7: Bound to the Bad Boy Book 8: Bent for the Bad Boy Book 9: Given to the Bad Boy With Olivia dead, suspicion turns to Alex. The truth she so desperately need is just tantalizingly out of reach, no matter how close it seems. A cliff is dangling in front of her and Alex. If there’s a time for Zoey to figure something out, it has to be now. Through a stroke of luck, Zoey contacts someone who may be able to help. But unfortunately, they want nothing to do with her, nothing to do with Alex, and nothing to do with the insanity that is crashing down all around. This is Zoey's dark night of the soul. When a security detail is sent to make sure Zoey stays safe from it all, she is finally confronted with the reality that she has stumbled into: a reality that started like a dream but now has become a living nightmare. The only thing left tethering her to the world she once knew now is Alex, and together they’ll wait for the dawn—whatever it brings.
She stole my kid and put me behind bars... Wise guys don’t do love. They get laid and forget. The life is dangerous and I spend every day like it’s my last. Settling down wasn’t in my blood before Claire. I’ve never fallen so hard for a girl. She’s got a body that turns heads, and for a year I did nothing but explore every inch. It was bliss. I thought she was perfect. I was wrong. Twelve months of my life, stolen. My kid, gone. Now, I’m out and I’m pissed. I’m going to drag her home, tie her to my bed, and make her pay. I’ll own her body and tame those wild lips for good before I put a ring on her finger. She took everything from me. I’m taking her over. One big happy family. Claire is going to be my perfect wife whether she likes it or not. This romantic suspense novel is a standalone with a HEA!
“I want you on your hands and knees in the sand, right here, right now, and I don’t give a f*ck who’s watching.” There’s nothing Layla Hart loves more than a hot, dirty-talking guy taking control… in the pages of her manuscript. But after a devastating breakup, the bestselling romance author has lost her muse. Deadline looming, she’s hoping a week at her favorite Cali beach rental will get her juices flowing again. No distractions, no drama—nothing but the pounding surf, the salty ocean breeze… And Trick Harper, the infamous bad boy of punk rock, passed out in her bed. Naked. Hard. And—holy hell—HUGE. Random chicks climbing into his bed in the middle of the night? For rock star Patrick “Trick” Harper, that’s just part of the gig—usually. But this spring break, he’s taking a sabbatical from sex, holing up in a beachfront cottage to clear his head and finish his latest song. Only one thing can screw up his plans… A ball-busting, sexy-as-hell writer who leaves him aching to make her sing the high notes… preferably while he’s fucking her senseless on the beach. With neither willing to relinquish the double-booked rental, the battle of the sexes is on. A no-strings fling with a well-endowed rock star might be just what Layla needs to get her writing groove back… but will the cocky bad boy rise to the occasion, or is this breezy seaside romance doomed to sink? ** A sexy, standalone novella with an HFN and no cliffhanger! ** Beached with the Bad Boy is part of the Bad Boys on Holiday novella series. Each book is a standalone romance and can be read in any order.
A Bad Boy trying to be good, a Good Girl driven to be bad and a five year old who wants to rule the world… When an injury ends Flynn Boyle’s professional soccer career, he doesn’t know what to do with himself or the rest of his life. According to the tabloid press, all he’s good for is partying hard, womanising and making an ass of himself. The sad thing is—they aren’t far wrong. With no other plans, Flynn heads back to his Highland hometown to regroup—unfortunately, his wild lifestyle and reputation follow him there. Abby McKenzie is a widow with a five year old. She’s trying to keep her business going, and keep her head above water, while she raises her child and gets over the death of her husband. When Flynn Boyle buys the plot of land next to Abby’s and sets up home in a luxury RV, Abby fears the worst. The last thing she needs is to be swept up into the drama of an immature playboy. All Abby wants is a quiet life and Flynn wouldn’t recognise quiet if it bit him on the backside. When Flynn’s wild life overflows into Abby’s nice contained one, the next thing she knows she’s featuring in the tabloid press. Flynn doesn’t see the big deal, but then, he doesn’t have a stuck-up mother who would like nothing more than to take Abby’s child from her and raise her “properly”. The bad publicity gives Abby’s mother the ammunition she needs to sue for custody of five year old Katy. Abby has one week to prove that she’s giving her child a staid, sensible and nurturing environment, or she could lose her baby. Even though her business is failing and Abby is barely holding it together, she knows she can show the courts exactly what they need to see in order for her to keep her child. The only problem is, Flynn. He’s right next door. He’s dragged her into his mess of a life. And he’s going to make Abby lose her child. Unless… Unless, she can get the bad boy of soccer to turn over a new leaf. If he could just behave himself for one w
“Mouth-to-mouth? I don’t think so, sweetheart. My tongue has much more interesting plans for you tonight.” It’s tourist season at Starfish Cove, but head lifeguard Max Killian isn’t in the water. He’s on probation, relegated to policing bonfires and beach weddings until his supervisor deems him fit for duty. No booze. No partying. No swimming. Hell, just about the only thing the boss didn’t outlaw is sex. And a hot, oh-so-f*ckable bridesmaid is just what Max needs to soothe his guilt-ridden soul… She may be standing up in her sister’s wedding, but Haley Scott doesn’t believe in happily ever afters—not with her family's track record. That doesn’t mean she’s not up for a little naughty fun with the right guy, though. Like that gorgeous, tatted-up lifeguard with the panty-melting eyes and muscles made for pinning her down… It’s a match made in one-night-stand heaven… until Haley’s nosy Aunt Bev catches them buck naked in the lifeguard tower, and Max introduces himself as her freaking boyfriend. Great. Turns out faking it with Max is about as easy as pretending to like her fugly bridesmaid dress. But when feelings deepen on both sides, can Haley open herself up to love, or will Max’s painful secrets send her swimming for the shore? ** A sexy, standalone novella with an HFN and no cliffhanger! ** Rescued by the Bad Boy is part of the Bad Boys on Holiday novella series. Each book is a standalone romance and can be read in any order.
Bad Boy's Child is book 2 of The Saint's Disciples MC trilogy. Book 3, Outlaw's Child, is available everywhere now! I'M GONNA PUT A BABY IN MY DAUGHTER'S TEACHER. Single dad biker? I'm one of a kind. My daughter Opal is my whole world. And if her spitfire teacher thinks she's going to come between me and my baby girl… I'm gonna have to teach her a lesson or two. I didn't ask for a daughter. But as long as she's my responsibility, I'm gonna be the best damn dad I can be. That means teaching my baby girl everything I know. How to ride a bike. Throw a punch. She ain't gonna be a damsel in distress. Not on my watch. But her teacher seems to have an issue with my parenting style. And when she gets in my face to tell me how to raise my daughter… It ignites something in me. It won't be enough to yell back. No, I need to break this woman down. I'm going to take her. Own her. And when it's all said and done… I'm gonna put my baby in her belly.
Regina Powers, world is turned upside down when her father ends up in the hospital after a car crash. The hits keep coming when someone from her past shows up to inform her that Mr. Powers owes his company a lot of money. He informs her that she now has to take over the payments. Regina is at a loss what to do. Hunter Trip used to be Regina's friend in high school till she rejected him before prom. He is not the same boy that followed her around like a lap dog. Hunter had grown up into his own after school. So when he finds out that Regina's father cannot pay the loan he took out Hunter takes it upon himself to convince Regina in paying back in a different way. Will he succeed in getting the woman he always wanted or will she reject him for who he is now. Read to find out. Owing the bad boy.
Six months rent free and all I had to do was water my brother’s plants, grab his mail, and take care of Mookie, the pitbull? Sign me up. He didn’t mention Harrison Peck though. Or that he’ll be sleeping on the couch while I’m there. Tall, dark, and tattooed. Lead singer of the local grunge band on the brink of stardom. A player in every sense of the word. Kissing the bad boy wasn’t in my plans but as midnight nears, I realize how quickly plans can change.
From up here on stage, I can see her. Even with her First Lady hair and Sunday school shoes, I can’t take my eyes off of her. The music starts. I swing my hips to the thumping bass. Oh, so slowly I slip one button through a hole, then another, then another. I ease the black silk from my shoulders and toss it right toward her. I watch her pale glossy lips form a big ‘O’ before she catches it like a major league baller. The flashing lights blind me. Between beats, I can see her blue eyes zeroed in below my waist. I know what she wants. I give it to her. With a zip and a tug, the leather pants join the rest of my clothes. In my skin tight briefs, I dance just for her. With the last chord of the song, the stage goes dark. I know when the lights come up again, another guy will be dancing in my place because this is my last time. I’m not doing this ever again. It’s too bad I didn’t get her name. I really liked that shirt. But not enough to go back and claim it. If she wants me bad enough, she’ll have to find me.