"For my love, the price to pay is your blood." In order to punish her loathsome ex-boyfriend, Hisoka attempts to use black magic on him. However, she makes a mistake in casting a spell, and accidentally calls a vampire named Rain instead!! He said that he will grant one wish for Hisoka but in return she must present him with her blood. At first, Hisoka is afraid but even though Rain is a vampire, he slowly changes into a gentle person, and because of that, her attraction towards him grows?!
In 1873, Amelia Penrose and her twin brother James are abandoned as babies in a trunk outside a Liverpool orphanage. Amelia grows up longing for security and, at eighteen years of ages, she marries American sailor, Miles Carter.
They exchange England for Seattle, and are soon making the treacherous journey north to the Klondike where they hope to make their fortune. While searching for gold, Amelia experiences love and loss, and comes to find the true meaning of security...
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Imagining Black Womanhood illuminates the experiences of the women and girls of the Girls Empowerment Project, an Afrocentric, womanist, single sex after-school program located in one of the Bay Area's largest and most impoverished housing developments. Stephanie Sears carefully examines the stakes of the complex negotiations of Black womanhood for both the girls served by the project and for the women who staffed it. Rather than a multigenerational alliance committed to women's and girls' empowerment, the women and girls often appeared to struggle against each other, with the girls' "politics of respect" often in conflict with the staff's "politics of respectability," a conflict especially highlighted in the public contexts of dance performances. This ground-breaking case study offers significant insights into practices of resistance, identity work, youth empowerment, cultural politics and organizational power.