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Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. May 27, Jacque rated it it was amazing Shelves: reviews , reviewed , favorites. This whole series has been quite the emotional roller coaster. From laughter to tears, I have experienced it all. The adventures that Freya and Nick will experience will either break them apart or bring them closer together.
I guess that smile on my face clues you in on which way this series ends. The previous title let me with quite the cliffhanger and waiting to see what happens had me on the edge of my chair. Luckily, Hardest Choices picks up right where the previous title left off. Other emotions I have experienced — shock!
Oh yes, you are in for one surprise here. Utter sadness. That personal tragedy that strikes — cry pile of goo here. Oh Freya…my heart cries out to you.
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Shock — keep reading and find my comments regarding figging and you will understand. All these emotions bring me to the HEA which gets a fist pumping cheer from me. The heat in this book is scorching hot and very satisfying and that is coming from someone who reads A LOT of erotica. I have thoroughly enjoyed how Ms. Barker has tackled the subject of a mute submissive. It was a complete novelty for me and has opened my eyes to a whole new world. It seemed such a simple innocent word yet I had no clue what it was and actually had to look it up just to know what it was.
All I can say is ick, ouch and WTH!!! I may never consume ginger in any format again! Consider yourself warned. This final installment in this series was anything but a disappointment. Especially when she brings back some of my favorite characters and put them all in one book. Oops that a spoiler there! This third entry in The Hardest Word series should not be read as a stand-alone so make sure when you pick your copy of Hard Choice to enjoy you get the first two books in this series as well.
I received this book from JeepDiva for the express purposes of an honest review. The opinions and rating of this review are solely mine and in no way was I compensated. Stars— 5, Flames — Jun 04, Robin rated it really liked it. I really liked this story since it allowed the main character the opportunity to realize her dream and to I she'd her insecurities at the same time she realized what true commitment was. She was use not depending on others for so long.
Never really allowing herself to give all of herself to someone. Nick showed by giving and understanding and respecting who she was right from the start.
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This series was a quick read full of sexy scenes and Bdsm. Jun 03, Neek rated it really liked it. Inbar Shop rated it it was amazing Sep 05, Juli rated it really liked it Nov 26, G rated it liked it May 27, Peckers82 rated it really liked it Sep 23, Josianne Haag rated it it was amazing Jun 20, Melly rated it it was ok May 11, Patti rated it it was amazing Jan 28, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing Aug 10, Ingrid rated it really liked it Feb 05, And the principle will tell us about choices, as about everything else, that most of reality doesn't matter, but a few things -- in this case choices -- matter a huge amount.
In other words, there is a very small number of choices that will determine the great majority of results. Rather arbitrarily, here is my "top eleven" -- I tried to cull it to ten, but couldn't -- of the most important choices we can make in our lifetimes, in ascending order of importance.
But bear in mind that these choices, though only a tiny fraction of the choices we will make in our lives, are the ones most likely to determine how happy and useful we are:.
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I wanted to start with something you wouldn't expect. But I am not being frivolous. Six years ago my partner and I did what it turned out we had each wanted to do for a long time, but never had -- we welcomed a tiny little canine friend to our family. Since then we have fallen in love again - with the dog, I hasten to add -- and she makes it clear she's in love with us too.
Tocker is a beautiful brown Labrador, and I recommend that you choose one of the friendly and good-natured breeds, as no doubt at least 80 percent of dog affection comes from 20 percent of breeds. If we are a bit down, Tocker comes and says hello and stares with her liquid green-brown eyes straight into our eyes, and it cheers us up no end.
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We also do a lot more walking. Specifically, get into the habit of saving a tenth of everything you earn. Do it by direct debit, straight from your income, so you never see the money.
This habit alone is likely to ensure that you will never be hard up, and it may help you get rich. It will certainly diminish your money worries -- and that is important for happiness and effectiveness. Give it personally -- to a real, specific individual, or to a small charity that you are personally involved with.
There is a theory that the more money you give, the more you get; and though this is not a great reason to give money away, it does seem to work eerily often. The real reason is that giving money helps other people, and it helps you too by making you feel good. Very good value. All food is habit forming.
You eat bad food -- you'll want to eat more. You eat good food -- even if you don't like so much to start with, you soon will -- at least for some of it. So eat more of that. I adore garlic -- you have been warned -- onions, berries and cherries, certain fish, and most green vegetables. Experiment with food that is good for you -- it is well worth having a blood test and seeing a nutritionist -- until you find food you love and that loves you.
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It is easier to exercise each day for half an hour or more, than to try to do it three times a week. Do it at a fixed time so it becomes a habit. Don't let work interfere with it. If work might, do it first thing. Find some exercise you enjoy and stick to it -- walking, running but not on hard surfaces, especially if you are over 40 , cycling, and swimming are all excellent. Exercise not only improves health immeasurably, but also clears the mind and makes you feel good. Not a whole book! But for at least half an hour be alone with a book.
There are so many books of so many different types that if you can't find a book you really want to read, you are not being serious. Make sure you have a small pile of real books or a few on your Kindle that you want to read. Take a book or Kindle everywhere you might be able to read for a few minutes. Without excitement, we are not fully alive. Some people are fortunate: they get excitement every day from their job. But if you don't or even if you do , find excitement, again for at least half an hour, in some activity that really turns you on -- sport, sex, dancing, games, gambling, playing cards, anything at all that doesn't do you or someone else harm.
Modern life is often far too tame. We are designed to get our thrills and if we don't, we may turn to destructive drugs to do that for us. Shout, scream, holler, or just enjoy -- but do it intensely. Before you start each day, work out what is going to give you half an hour of excitement. If it has a strong physical element, so much the better. Totally obvious. We spend half our waking hours working. Utterly mad not to enjoy it too -- even if it requires years of learning or experimentation to find out what that is.