A gallery of dinosaurs & other early reptiles by David Peters

By David Peters

Textual content and artwork painting over a hundred prehistoric reptiles of land, sea, and air, together with the reptiles that preceded the dinosaurs, the dinosaur giants of the Mesozoic period, and the massive reptiles of the age of mammals.

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No sacrifice was too great for his little girl. I saw that in her. That she’s good, without a doubt. Why did Katherine’s words come back to him? He could hear her dulcet, precise tone. Could remember the play of the overhead lights on her straight blond locks, held neatly in place by a sensible barrette over each ear. She’d been understated elegance in her modest black sweater and slacks. Katherine didn’t need makeup or high fashion to be lovely. Eventually Hayden would come to the same conclusion about her own appearance.

Laugh lines added character to his face. Not that she should be noticing. Not that she wanted to. Katherine breathed in the sweet old-fashioned roses’ scent. It was hard to dislike a man bearing flowers—from both him and Hayden, obviously. “Thank you. ” He smiled, a full-fledged one that made those threads in his eyes glint. Very nice. She snapped away, focusing her energy on setting the vase on the front counter instead of feeling the effects of that smile. Where was Ava? Katherine had the feeling that her sister, with her matchmaking thoughts, was spying through the book stacks.

Except his common sense had kicked in and, fueled with the rage, he was trembling with temper. Careful, controlled, he gritted his teeth to hold back the overwhelming urge to shout, a natural reaction to a teenager’s misbehavior. ” “But, Daddy, I—” “You heard me. ” Hayden gave a put-upon sigh but bowed her head and started digging through her things. It took all his effort and a quick prayer for self-control to stand there and not explode like a lit keg of ten-year-old dynamite. One look at that woman had him praying for an extra dose of control.

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