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This walker's guide to London's unique Inns of Court gives just the right amount of information to encourage the visitor to look more closely at these ancient centres of tranquillity and charm. Several centuries ago the Inns of Court were any of a sizable number of buildings or precincts where barristers traditionally lodged, trained and carried on their profession. Over the centuries the number of active Inns of Court was reduced to the present four: Gray's Inn, Lincoln's Inn, The Inner Temple and The Middle Temple. Lincoln's Inn is able to trace its official records to 1422. However, by tradition, none of the Inns claims to be the oldest of the four. The Inns are near the western boundary of the City of London; nearby are the Royal Courts of Justice. Each Inn is a substantial complex usually with a great hall, chapel or church, libraries, gardens, sets of chambers for many hundreds of barristers covering several acres. The layout is similar to that of an 'Oxbridge' college. The 'chambers' were originally used as residences as well as business premises by many of the barristers, but today, with a small number of exceptions, they serve as offices only. The four inns are close to one another in central London. Middle Temple and Inner Temple are liberties of the City of London, which means they are within the historic boundaries of the City but are not subject to its jurisdiction. They operate as their own local authorities. These two inns neighbour each other and occupy the core of the Temple area. Gray's Inn and Lincoln's Inn are also near the boundary with the City of London. Tim Daniel's popular guide to the Inns of Court, now approaching its fortieth year in print, offers an easy to use and portable reference aid. Tim's lively writing style invites further investigation and gently encourages the reader to delve more deeply into the histories and occasional mysteries of these fascinating enclaves of legal learning.
A SEAL's Desire Tawny Weber
Navy SEAL Christian Laramie knows everything about explosives, including how to avoid them. But he sure as hell isn't prepared for Sammi Jo Wilson all gorgeous red hair and long-legged sexiness in a wedding dress, asking him to find her kidnapped fiance. Yep, he is definitely dealing with one dangerous bombshell...
Laramie has a rep for pleasing the ladies, but he doesn't want emotional entanglements. He has rules and engaged women are a no-no. Yet the searing heat between him and Sammi is like nothing he's ever experienced. Each touch gets hotter. Each kiss more intense. And if Laramie can't disarm this desire, it will blow up in the only way possible...in bed!
In The Boss's Bed J. Margot Critch
Maya Connor was already embarrassed after a dare and a shot of vodka resulted in one seriously sexy kiss with an even sexier stranger. She had no idea that the man she made out with was hotel magnate and reputed playboy Jamie Sellers. Or that she would soon be working for him...
Maya is determined to be taken seriously as she begins her career and not give into the heat that's constantly driving her to distraction. Lust, that's all it is. The more Maya and Jamie ignore it, the stronger it gets. But ending up in the boss's bed won't just be Maya's wickedest fantasies come to life...it'll be the end of her dreams.
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