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So…I don’t know what to do. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! Either way, they somehow – ok, not really somehow, they work on everything — find themselves and their ways back to each other. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.
The same can be said for so many other moments in this book. He’s a bigoted asshat. As always Kaje Harper delivered a realistic and emotional read. Add to that good crime cases. I would like to revisit these lezrning some years down the road, as their circumstances change a bit, and it …more This is the last novel, at least for a while.
Learning Curve by Kaje Harper
Unfortunately real life interrupted on the day I started reading it or I’d have read non stop in one sitting. One thing I learnijg to say is how great the background crime story was surrounding the murder that Mac ends up investigating even though he’s still on sick leave.
You’ve successfully reported this review. Wikipedia in English None. They support each other unconditionally and this was the real focus of the story.
That’s you and that’s me. These are two characters that will forever stay with me Tony and Mac’s journey hasn’t been easy, but seeing the life they made together is inspiring and still leaves me with happy tears and a smile on my face. This sort of attitude makes me sick.
Tony was even moreso than ever concerned about Mac and his career and how to keep their family together. Meanwhile Tony would always be that compassionate and understanding man. You a foreigner as well as a fag? Thanks for telling us about the problem.
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Looking back now, the Life Lessons series could be taken from real life because you can feel and see the authenticity of everything that Mac and Tony went through during their mutual journey. This series is one I turn to when I need a comfort read. Before he could get his tongue around that, Tony said clearly, view spoiler [“The portrait of a blinking idiot, thou clay-brained guts, thou knotty-pated fool, thou whore-son obscene greasy tallow-catch, not worth the dust which the rude wind blows in your face.
I love the way these two communicate. Since reading Home Work the first time, I’ve been predicting that this could be the best book in the series. If you’ve not read these books I ask, what the heck are you waiting for? I’m not sure if this is the final book in the series, but if it is, I’m completely happy. The Dark Space series by Lisa Henry. That stunning, big, dark man, and that smaller guy. I’m going to break my review out into a list because These are so good and captivating books to read.
Would thou wert clean enough to spit upon!
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I’d like to see Mac and Tony with teenagers. Since this is supposed to be the final book of the Life Lessons series, there were a lot of things going on in Mac and Tony’s life since the very beginning that needed resolutions, and I feel happy about how things were wrapped up. This book was long View all 4 comments. Tony used to wish he Mac is afraid he’ll never recover enough to go back to being a cop, while Tony is afraid that he will.
We see Mac and Tony as a loving couple dealing with everyday business, the kids, family emergencies issues and problems at school. What a wonderful finish to the series. View all 17 comments.