The Many Sins of Cris de Feaux (Lords of Disgrace) by Louise Allen Book Summary:
Secrets, sins and a scandalous affair Crispin de Feaux, Marquess of Avenmore, has always done his duty and knows the time has come to find a suitable wife. But when the intrepid Tamsyn Perowne saves his life off the Devonshire coast, Cris is unable to tear himself away… The widow of a notorious smuggler, Tamsyn would never make an appropriate bride. And Cris has secrets that could tear them apart before they've even begun! Yet, for the first time, Cris is tempted to ignore his duty and claim Tamsyn as his own!
Cris Plata: From Fields to Stage // Del Campo al Escenario (Badger Biographies Series) by Maia Surdam Ph.D Book Summary:
Raised among Mexican American farmworkers, singer-songwriter Cris Plata spoke Spanish, ate Mexican food, and heard Mexican music played by family and friends. He also spoke English, went to school with mostly white children for at least half the year, and grew more familiar with mainstream American culture. Until he was seven, he and his family lived and worked on a ranch near Poteet, Texas. The family became migrant farmworkers, moving from Indiana to Arkansas and Florida before finally settling in Wisconsin in 1966 to work at an Astico farm. This dual language book shares the Plata’s family story of migrant farming, music, and family amid the constant change and uncertainty of migrant life. While hardshipsfrom poor working conditions and low wages to racial prejudicewere constant in Cris Plata’s upbringing, so too was the music that bonded and uplifted his family. After long days in the fields, Cris’s family spent their small amount of free time playing and singing songs from Mexico and South Texas. Cris learned to play the guitar, accordion, and mandolin, beginning to strum when he was just five years old. Today, he writes his own music, performs songs in English and Spanish, and records albums with his band, Cris Plata with Extra Hot. Following Cris Plata’s journey from farm fields to musical stages, the story explores how a migrant, and the son of an immigrant, decided to make Wisconsin his home.
By Cris Kohl The 100 Best Great Lakes Shipwrecks Volume I (Second Edition) (SECOND EDITION) [Paperback] Book Summary:
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Harlequin Historical June 2016 - Box Set 2 of 2: The Many Sins of Cris de FeauxMarriage Made in HopeAn Unsuitable Duchess (Lords of Disgrace) by Louise Allen Book Summary:
Harlequin® Historical brings you a collection of three new REGENCY titles, available now! This box set includes:THE MANY SINS OF CRIS DE FEAUX Lords of Disgraceby Louise Allen(Regency)It's time for Crispin de Feaux, Marquess of Avenmore, to find a suitable wife. But when widow Tamsyn Perowne saves his life, Cris is unable to tear himself away…MARRIAGE MADE IN HOPE The Penniless Lords by Sophia James(Regency)Francis St. Cartmail, Earl of Douglas, has never fit into high society's narrow world. So why does he feel so connected to "angel of the ton" Lady Sephora Connaught?AN UNSUITABLE DUCHESSSecret Lives of the Tonby Laurie Benson(Regency)For American Katrina Vandenberg, the rules of London society are stifling. But then, at one particularly tedious ball, she lays eyes on a handsome stranger, the Duke of Lyonsdale…