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Shanna by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss - goodreads.com
One day in 2027 Shanna will officially become a true “classic” in lieu of just a “bodice-ripper” or “historical-romance”. Until then, I will just have to refrain from tagging it as such for my personal GoodReads bookshelf. But, just so you know, it is one.
Shanna: Kathleen E Woodiwiss: 9780380385881: Amazon.com: Books
Shanna [Kathleen E Woodiwiss] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. From New York Times bestselling author Kathleen E. Woodiwiss comes one of her most iconic and beloved romances of all time… A pact is sealed in secret behind the foreboding walls of Newgate Prison. In return for one night of unparalleled pleasure
Shanna by Kathleen E Woodiwiss, Paperback | Barnes & Noble®
From New York Times bestselling author Kathleen E. Woodiwiss comes one of her most iconic and beloved romances of all time…. A pact is sealed in secret behind the foreboding walls of Newgate Prison. In return for one night of unparalleled pleasure, a dashing condemned criminal consents to wed a beautiful heiress, thereby rescuing her from an impending and abhorred arranged union.
Shanna (Character) - Comic Vine
Shanna is a jungle adventuress and protector of the Savage Lands with her husband Ka-Zar and their pet Zabu. Though her presence in the Marvel universe has diminished, recognition among readers ...
Shanna Malcolm - YouTube
I recently, heck technically still am, going through a miscarriage and felt prompted to share some love with other nuggets for whom this upcoming Mother’s Day may be bitter-sweet.
Shanna | Definition of Shanna at Dictionary.com
Shanna definition, a female given name. See more.
Shanna the She-Devil - Wikipedia
Shanna the She-Devil is a fictional jungle adventurer superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.Created by writer Carole Seuling and penciller George Tuska, she made her first appearance in Shanna the She-Devil #1 (Dec. 1972).
Shanna - Wikipedia
Shanna is an feminine given name.. It derives from an Anglicization of Sionna meaning "possessor of wisdom" or as a common diminutive of Shannon meaning "wise river.". An alternate spelling of Shanna may be Shana