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Overall I dont understand why Sketchy and I had to obtain a divorce, all because they wouldn't... you know... and then when I tried to obtain with Claire, I couldn't draw, y Claire so the story wouldnt progress, but I do like the game, just somethings that need fixing
I love this authors book because you never know what she is going to come up with. Her paranormal/fantasy books are all original, as in the powers she uses all come with a twist and this book is no different.I love the family feel to this one and I wanted them to succeed. I hope there is more books to come from Expiration date.I would highly recommend this book if you wish to read something different.
Expiration Date is definitely an special book. It was a mix of genres ranging from romance to thriller to fantasy. It was my first book by this author, and i wasn't disappointed. The book was simple to follow, amazing characters and wow, what a read it was.I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
I prefer to pay for content that I watch. But CBS makes you wait til the next day and then doesn't enable the content for its subscribers trying to obtain you to pay twice for the same thing. I can do a free download before I obtain access to the CONTENT I PAID FOR. It's crooked and I am not going to bother to pay any more.
"Jared lifts his gaze to mine, his dark eyes practically smoldering. I remain fixed in my chair, my breath catching in my throat the longer we stare at each other."Sarah wonders what the heck is happening. "Mr. Gaines", aka Jared, aka [email protected]#$% womanizer is throwing sparks her way. He must have a lot of women since he spends so much cash on lingerie at the shop Sarah works. She is trying to resist him, knowing this. But it is becoming more and more difficult.Jared can't support but be intrigued by Sarah Harrison. She is not making it simple to obtain close. A excellent opportunity arises for them to be together. What could go wrong?This is a excellent story of fake turns true romance. I love the story and the characters!
I really do like the android game but I hate the amount of ads. After a while I was able to accurately say when an ad would pop up. I did obtain used to it as I did have fun the parts I played. My largest issue was the fact that I couldn't continue after drawing Claire. I've read some reviews and they seem to have the same problem. If your a person who worked on the android game please address this problem. Overall amazing android game though :)
Always appreciate a amazing book when you see one. A story well written will always leave a istin Coley has, yet again, blessed us with another awesome story to die for -- no pun intended!This book was more of a young adult sci-fi story filled with love, tragedy, mystery and self-discovery. Story was told in multiple POV's to satisfy the reader's curiosity and had plenty of action to hold you interested and intrigued. Amazing story worth reading!I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
IMO the present started going downhill when creative decided a couple of things. For me, the basic problem was moving away from getting inside criminal minds to getting inside the team's minds and personal lives. Next, the superwoman aspect might have alienated the male audience. Dominating bossy too amazing to be real '[email protected]#$%' women are scary and could have turned off longtime viewers IMHO. I'm not a man, but they turned me off. Lastly, the firing of Gibson damage the group along with its not good handling of the situation in the story and IRL.
I enjoyed the first book in this series so I was eagwr to obtain to know Caroline's mates more. I have to say it's rare that I like a heroine and Sarah was a fiesty one. She's had a tough life bringing up her sibmings by herself but she's grateful for what she has. Jared turned out to be the weird customer at the lingerie store. There's something about this guy even if he can be a jerk and serious, very intimidating he can be nice to Sarah. This guy has private problems dating back to family, always crank has his moods but generally charming when he wants to be.I love that Sarah calls him on his crap and while she wars her attraction on this whole fake thing too. She doesn't allow him bully her or treat other poor tellls him so. Shes powerful but vulnerable. Jared though shows that glimmer of something that appeals to her. Something inside them connect. I liked seeing the fake become true one of my favorite tropes. This was done seamlessly from opponents sort of to flrting to fake to real. Also amazing that Sarah inspired Jared to create things right with e banter, teasing and joking helped that whole thing along with Mr. No Fun Jared. That was cute though this growly and cranky guy loosening up. But sometimes old habits and secrets rear up again. I like that they actually test to talk it out and solve problems that come up. So refreshing. I definitely enjoyed Fake Date it was well paced , amazing plot and amazing characters. The gang is all show too, they ate solid friends. I can't wait for more of this series.
That's not a meeting you describe. It's a collision! Blind Date (AKA: Possibility Meeting) is directed by Joseph Losey and adapted to screenplay by Ben Barzman and Millard Lampell from the Leigh Howard novel. It stars Hardy Krüger, Stanley Baker, Micheline Presle, John Van Eyssen, Gordon Jackson and Robert Flemyng. Melody is by Richard Rodney Bennett and cinematography by Christopher Challis. Jan Van Rooyer (Krüger) arrives at the apartment of the lady he is having an affair with, only to search the police following him close behind. It appears that the lady, Jacqueline Cousteau (Presle), has been murdered and he is the prime suspect. Another cracker-jack slice of British movie noir produced by the brilliant Joseph Losey. Blind Date finds Losey on the sort of firm ground he thrives on, examining hot subjects such as class consciousness, eroticism, political pot-boiling, corruption, misogyny and at the crux of the story there's a very intricate mystery to be solved. When Losey was at his best there was an edginess to his films, and this is no exception, the construction of the tale is akin to someone dangling a piece of red meat over a Lion's cage (or in this case a Cougar), only to hold pulling it away at the latest second. Hook - Line - Sinker. It all begins in a jovial manner, Van Rooyer is so happy, skipping his method to his lover's apartment, the jazzy musical score soars and shrieks, then the tone changes considerably, Losey and his squad have offered a false dawn. It soon becomes apparent that Rooyer is something of an arrogant snot, a struggling and tortured painter, he's hard to empathise with as he gets leaned on first by Gordon Jackson's efficient copper, then the mighty presence of Stanley Baker as Inspector Morgan - with Welsh accent joyously in full effect, he's nursing a cold and drinking milk, but boyo this is a guy you don't wish grilling you... Cougarville. Rest of the picture is predominantly told in flashback, how Rooyer and Cousteau came to meet, their initial sparring and eventual relationship, with the mature femme fatale lady wrapping the hapless painter around her finger. Losey es things up, really gets as much heat as he can into the coupling without bothering the censors, he even slots in a metaphor that Hitch would have approved of. Then the rug pulls begin, the can is opened, worms everywhere, or is it just smoke and mirrors? Losey and Challis use every opportunity to use trusted movie noir photographic techniques, but never in a lazy manner. Some of the isolated lighting used - particularly when Presle is holding court - is cheeky but potent with it, and the close ups, long takes and wide frames favoured by Losey ensure that no stage is merely being allowed to be ordinary. Baker, like Dirk Bogarde, was a classic Losey man, a meeting of minds that produced performances of steel and psychological intricacy. Yet it's not Baker who owns this film, it's Krüger, a multifaceted jumping-bean of a performance, simply terrific. As is the movie itself, one of Losey's most under valued British treasures. 9/10