Lori Copeland - Fiction - 1993 - 288 pages
Stranded in a small Wyoming town, Rana Alcott takes a job as town ambulance driver, determined to earn enough money to leave, but her plans are upset by Gunner Montay
Charles R. Gruner - Literary Criticism - 1978 - 265 pages
Explores the problem of why humor is funny, presenting the social history and psychological theories of laughter and concluding that ridicule is the basic component of all humor
Terry Lawrence - Fiction - 1994 - 256 pages
Melissa Drummond is mesmerized by Reilly, who makes her feel safe and threatened all at once, and Reilly is determined to unleash the desire she denied for so long--but can she ...