Publish date: September 6th 2013
Publisher: MLR Press
Pages no: 343
Edition language: English
Series: Life Lessons (#4)
The soapbox was huge in this book. It wasn't that I disagreed with the stuff the characters said while getting on soapboxes but it was just done in a very inelegant way. In the previous books we learned that Tony gets on quite well with the principal of the school he works in and that the principal ...
Another winner for me. Perfectly ending the series.Unfortunately I suspected the truth about Shane and Mary's background, but the fact that Mac was there was even worse than I thought.The murder, the romance, the characters are all as good as before. I was stumped as to who committed the murder and ...
A beautiful end to the story of Tony and Mac. They are one of my favorite couples and saying goodbye is tough, but they got their HEA.
Reviewed by: Sandra Summary: Mac is afraid he'll never recover enough to go back to being a cop, while Tony is afraid that he will. Three months after being shot, Detective Jared MacLean is healing, but he's afraid it may not be enough to go back on the job. He won't give up, though. Being a cop...
It's absolutely CRAZY to look back and see how far Mac and Tony have gone in their lives up to this point. Even Tony agrees with me in his assessment throughout the book!So Learning Curve, like its predecessors, involves a case/investigation. However, this seems to be secondary to everything else in...
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