The Blood Contract Trilogy


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Signed over two hundred years ago, the Blood Contract ensured the sanctity of the Blood lands. In return, the Blood family dedicated their lives, and their deaths to the protection of the town of Thorne. For many years, the town of Thorne was nothing more than a picturesque New England village. But in modern day, the town is enjoying a boom in real estate development. To satisfy the developers with enough land, the town has decided to break the Blood Contract. And the Bloods are not pleased. Not at all. Now, as Autumn moves ever on towards winter, the Aldermen and the people of Thorne are going to learn that there is a price for ignorance. And it's higher than they could have ever imagined. The Blood Contract Trilogy Contains: 1. The Blood Contract 2. The Old World 3. Ghost Town




Blood Contract


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Ken (Kenawari) left his village in the Niger Delta region many years ago, carrying with him emotional scars. However, he did make a life for himself in the city and built a reputation as a slick troubleshooter in inter-village disputes, of which there were many. He was one of the best operators on the books of the private security firm he worked for. Then it happened. There was trouble in his tribal home. Reluctantly he agreed to return. Not only has he got to settle a dispute that resulted in kidnapping, and tread gingerly through the political minefield of the region - including local robber barons, but he also has to face the most fearsome obstacles of all - his past. Blood Contract is not just an adventure set in the dangerous swamps of the Niger Delta, it is also the story of a man who is imperfect and must finally find some reconciliation with his past. Most of all, Biola Olatunde provides the reader with a vivid social commentary of the lives and challenges of those who live in this most neglected of corners of the earth.




The Blood Contract


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Signed over two hundred years earlier, the Blood Contract ensured the sanctity of the Blood lands. In return, the Blood family dedicated their lives, and their deaths to the protection of the town of Thorne. For many years, the town of Thorne was nothing more than a picturesque New England village. But in modern day, the town is enjoying a boom in real estate development. To satisfy the developers with enough land, the town has decided to break the Blood Contract. And the Bloods are not pleased. Not at all. Now, as Autumn moves ever on towards winter, the Aldermen and the people of Thorne are going to learn that there is a price for ignorance. And it's higher than they could have ever imagined.




I Sold My Soul


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I Sold My Soul' The Blood Contract is a book about people selling there souls and end up dying. People are selling there soul for fame wealth and end up lost. The book is about people getting involved in different religious cults and groups. People have lost there way likewise, Have forgotten about God. People have sacrificed there children family and friends more over, Signing blood contracts. The book is a short book talking about spirituality, faith, evil practices.




The Blood Contract


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No rest for the wicked.... While the residents of Averton attempt to recover in the wake of a massive demon attack, a new darkness stirs. Weary from battle, Nick and the members of Team Monster Force and The Purge reunite to fight of Szevodina and her army of undead children. She is merely a messenger, a bringer of dark tidings. True evil is coming and with it, the beginning of the end. Even the Guardian and the power of the Orb may not be enough to stop it.




Blood Contract


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[Siren Classic ManLove: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, vampires, public exhibition] Danny Erickson knew things were bad when he got called to the dean's office at his university. He just didn't expect to see his estranged father when he arrived or the proposal his father offers him. Little does Danny know that by signing his name on the dotted line, he's agreed to become the personal blood donor to a vampire prince and there is no breaking this blood contract. Prince Dominic Xavier Lucian Ruelle is dying. He needs a blood donor with pure blood. When Danny is brought to him, Dominic finds himself dealing with feelings he has never experienced before. Falling in love with his blood donor was never part of the contract. When Danny's life is threatened, Dominic will do anything to save him, even break every rule of his kind. He's even willing to give up his life to save the man he loves. But will it be enough and will it be in time? More importantly, will Danny accept a vampire prince as his mate? ** A Siren Erotic Romance




Blood Contract


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If you make a deal with the Devil sooner or later you have to pay the price. NYPD Detective Jack Price investigates a brutal murder where he meets FBI Agent Brandy Hart. The two of them quickly realize there are dark forces at work. Lives and love will be lost. Hearts will be broken. You have been warned, if you sign a blood contract there is no escape.




Of Blood and Spells


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Magic is born of the darkest of spells... Dive into this collection of paranormal stories, where three witches defy the laws of time and learn that dark magic isn’t always as it seems—from a headstrong witch who falls through time to Cuba in 1898, to a cursed witch who is forced to work alonside an enemy vampire, to a demon assassin who falls in love with her target. This three-series collection will take you on an adventure filled with dark magic, time travel, and enchanting romance that spans lifetimes. This collection includes: Timecaster Chronicles Twisted by Time Devoured by Darkness Bound by Blood Nightcaster Chronicles The Cursed Witch The Fallen Demon The Lost Phoenix Bloodcaster Chronicles The Demon's Kiss The Angel's Vow The Reaper's Call




The legend of heaven and earth


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Whether he is still alive or not, he reached the late Du Jie at the age of 20. He is a rare pure yang body in a hundred years, and his qualifications are transcendent. He was discovered by a mysterious old man in his childhood and will be




Contract Law


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Contract Law: A Case & Problem-Based Approach is a unique casebook that provides an organizational structure introducing students to each major area of contract law before exploring these areas in greater depth later in the casebook. Specifically, the casebook is broken into three major parts, each of which is designed not only to orient the students to the major subject areas of contract law but also meant to help them appreciate the connections and relationships between and among these various subject areas. Part I, the “30,000-foot view,” familiarizes students with contract law, discusses the sorts of problems with which contract law is concerned, and introduces them to some of the basic rules and theories governing contract law. Part II, the “10,000-foot view,” exposes students to each major substantive area of contract law in more depth by discussing one classic case in each area, along with additional historical, theoretical, and contextual materials to supplement the black-letter doctrine. After finishing Parts I and II, the student will have a basic understanding of each major area of contract law, along with a good understanding of how these parts fit together. Part III is therefore designed to explore each of the major subject areas in greater depth, and is organized along the lines of a traditional contracts casebook, including a healthy mix of classic and modern cases, short problems, and exercises. New to the Second Edition: Additional materials and cases added to explore the contract doctrines of impossibility and impracticability in light of past and current epidemics (in the case of polio) and pandemics (in the case of COVID-19). Additional case added to explore the relationship between Contract Law, Civil Rights, and Constitutional Law. Reorganization of some materials in Chapter 8 (defenses). More focused notes and appendices Professors and student will benefit from: Organization exposes students to main concepts, and gives professors a number of choices about how to teach their course. Helpful doctrinal introductions to each new major substantive section. Historical, theoretical, and comparative materials are presented to help students understand and think critically about the black-letter rules. “Thinking tools” feature that helps the student think critically about the law, along with theoretical, historical, doctrinal, contextual, and practice-oriented notes enrich the students’ black-letter experience. Enjoyable, contextual materials that are included after a number of classic cases help to bring to light fascinating background information.