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This was so much more about Mac and his difficult path to getting back in shape and being able to function in his role as a confident cop. I really liked how the author handled the realism of the aphasia and what all Mac has to do to retrain his speech and curvf his fears. I hope Kaje gives us happy updates of their future together. Finishing this wonderful book has broken my heart.
Jan 01, Amy Lane rated it it was amazing. I absolutely love Mac and Tony, and will remember them for a very long time. And I’m so happy with how far these two have come and where the story ended. I would also give this book a 3.
I will always remember them. Wonderful end to this series. Jan 02, Sofia rated it liked it Shelves: I have a weakness for closeted cops with honest hearts, and teachers who speak their minds, and I had fun writing four novels and three freebie short stories in that series. But this was what made the story humane.
No library learnin found. Minneapolis, Minnesota United States. We see Mac and Tony as a loving couple dealing with everyday business, the kids, family emergencies issues and problems at school.
I mean, I get it’s a part of his brain injury, but frankly, I find that it doesn’t fit Mac’s character, because it makes him seem so uncertain or insecure, when he’s been a powerful as a cop character in hsrper previous books I really loved that we get to see these two grow together while still showing its not all flowers and chocolate.
In this final installment of Kaje Harper’s Life Lessons series, it’s hard to remember there was ever a point in time when Mac was deeply closeted, Tony was so in love, he was unhappily willing to lrarning there with him, they weren’t married, they weren’t parents, and their future as a couple was fragile and tenuous. Love and life and kids and fear and shame and growth are all hard work and far from perfect, and all of this makes Mac and Tony so very relatable and completely interesting.
Mac Jared MacLean is the a homicide detective investigating the crime. Gift of the Goddess. Even Tony agrees with me in his assessment throughout the book!
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Though shockingly the same stock photo model all throughout the series, he looks dorky in this one and…weak? View all 3 comments.
Adding to this is the continued stresses of work and family and a case that implicates one of Tony’s students. He would also had trouble expressing his worries and concerns. The scene in the hotel room will stay in my memory!! Would thou wert clean enough to spit upon! The arguments were realistic and believable. It was so sweet and perfect, and of course I had a happy cry through the whole thing!
Every time is so very them and it all works. Just like all of us, sometimes they are successful in their initial attempts at making the right decision, saying the right thing, and sometimes not. More review to come Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. One thing I have 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.
I loved how Mac’s challenged his internal conflict, debating whether he could return to the police force with his condition, whether he was pushing it, whether he could offer the citizen his best ability with his limitation. I loved this series from beginning to end, gripping, emotional, full of suspense and everyday trials and tribulations.
Where the Heart Is. 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 ab It’s Mac and Tony’s final book!!! And that storyline also gets a bit tied into Mac’s mystery.
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The novel is suffused with a quiet joy. I enjoyed the re-read as much as the first read and am feeling sad that the story is over again for a while. It’s books like this that make me feel sorry for all those readers out there who are missing out on such great stories because they’re either too blinkered to read this genre, too hung up on the thought of men having sex or too frightened to take the plunge because they think all LGBTQ lit is just erotic slash fiction and think cuvre will judge them for trying it.
In this installment we are three months out from Mac getting shot. Your use of the site and services is subject to these policies and terms. Will I read this again in the future? You can read this item using maje of the following Kobo apps and devices: There was plenty of places to go and it wasn’t at all boring.
With Mac working really hard to get back to being a cop after getting shot in the head, Tony struggles with wanting to support curvf husband curce wanting Mac to quit. Notify me of new comments via email. What an amazing character.
As an aside, the partnership between Mac and Oliver is just fantastic and figures into the ending somewhat.
Learning Curve (Life Lessons, #4) by Kaje Harper
Aug 16, Xing rated it really liked it. You submitted the following rating and review. I just want to be there in the middle of it all. The same can be said for so many other moments in this book.