Dominion (Dominion, #1) by S.E. LundWhen pre-med student Eve Hayden searches for a translator for an ancient French illuminated manuscript she found in her dead mother’s research files, she gets more than she bargained for: Michel de Cernay, a former priest and eight hundred year old vampire and his identical twin brother Julien, a former knight. The manuscript details their death and rebirth as vampires in 1224 during the Cathar Crusade at the hands of an ancient vampire.
Michel wants to prevent Eve from reading the manuscript or becoming a vampire hunter like her dead mother before her. He hopes Eve will instead pursue her studies in music. Unable to compel her to forget him and all about vampires, Michel asks Eve to become his Adept, working cases with him protecting the Treaty of Clairveaux that keeps vampires in the closet and peace between the two species. He also wants her to become his sexual submissive and despite her initial reluctance, Eve is drawn to the idea of submitting to this beautiful vampire.
She also meets his brother Julien, a brash and mercurial opposite to Michels calm determination. The temperamental opposite of Michel, Julien tries to complicate the budding romance between Eve and Michel in the hopes of winning Eve for himself. The brothers play a dangerous game of power with an ancient enemy in an effort to prevent Dominion -- when vampires rule over humans.
Gifted with paranormal skills, planning to follow in her mother’s footsteps as a vampire hunter, Eve is torn between loyalty to her mother’s cause and her desire for these twins.
Erotic, suspenseful and fast-paced, the Dominion series will keep you turning pages as Eve searches for the truth about her mother’s death, her birth and her desires.
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Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high; Where knowledge is free; Where the world has not been broken up into fragments by narrow domestic wars; Where words come out from the depth of truth; Where tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfection; Where the clear stream of reason has not lost its way into the dreary desert sand of dead habit; Where the mind is led forward by thee into ever-widening thought and action - Into that heaven of freedom, my Father, let my country awake. The theme for a number of texts by diverse poets from different lands and different epochs is simple, human freedom; to so many of these texts I am drawn as a composer because freedom is an essential part of the creative life of any artist. The original Bengali poem [ 1 ] which Tagore himself translated as above, was titled "Prayer. This text is from Gitanjali , Offering of Songs , published in English in Rabindranath Tagore was an Indian poet and philosopher. Tagore was born in Calcutta, into a wealthy family, and began to write poetry as a youth with his first book appeared at the age of seventeen.
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A: From San Diego, California, born and raised. Nothing too crazy. I went to Coronado School of The Arts. I did musical theater there. Q: How long have you studied at Mesa? Were you part of the music program from your first semester?
Listen to an igloomag. A young jazz outfit here in Bristol called Lund Quartet, who were apparently rather good. Being slightly sceptical, which is a bad habit of mine, I checked them out. A sparse piano driven groove that built up gently with double bass and drums combining to form an understated toe-tapping beauty that I really was not prepared for. It was so simple, but yet it was perfect; subtle and compelling in a way that was not pretentious or overreaching, or anything like that.
Thirty seconds into Sequoia, the opening track of Lund Quartet, it is clear this is one such album. Immediately, the listener is drawn into an economic soundscape of piano, bass and drums overlaid with sampled trumpets, which help make it a compelling piece. They are from Bristol and have been together five years. Their music is put together in a similar way to that studio — mixing, matching and borrowing from friends and others. Owing much to jazz, particularly the sparseness of Scandinavian jazz, it has as clear a debt to the ambient music of Eno as it does to trip-hop. As a piano trio, they would be good if unremarkable. The addition of the samples from Wittlin makes the music unpredictable, fresh and varied, transforming it into something more special.