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review 2017-10-11 02:11
All along
An Ex for Christmas (Love Unexpectedly) - Lauren Layne

This is book #5 in the Love Unexpectedly series.  This book can be read as a standalone novel.  For reader enjoyment and understanding, I recommend reading this series in order.

 

Kelly & Mark have been best friends for so long.  They can finish each other's sentences.  They can tell when a relationship is not working.  What Kelly cannot seem to notice is their attraction to one another.

 

Mark has been waiting for the right moment to sweep her off her feet.  Kelly is always in another city, with another man, or just plain oblivious.  Will Mark ever get his chance to be the man Kelly really needs?

 

This was such a great story.  I laughed, cried and even laughed while I cried.  This author never disappoints.  Such a truly sweet read about best friends and why they are truly the. best for you.  I loved every page and honestly hope we see these characters again.  This book gets a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

 

 

***This ARC copy was given by Netgalley and its publishers in exchange for an honest review only.

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text 2017-08-22 08:24
200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh - Certified choices

Every yoga teacher training aspirant is always eager to know what do the different certified choices meant and will he be eligible to teach Yoga in his country or if he can teach in any nation of the world? It is seen that students of many 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh are not aware of the importance of the certified program even after spending thousands of the dollars.

 

 

Basically, there are no or very little rules or regulations for teaching yoga in many countries of the world like the US, UK, Canada, the European Union or even countries like Japan and Australia. There are many Yoga Teacher training institutes which are running successfully even without the certificate. But certification increases credibility and authenticity which are the prerequisite to becoming a yoga teacher.

 

The most popular of the certificate program is Yoga Alliance, which is internationally recognized and established the system of education. The organization has established set of requirements for the schools affiliated to it. After the successful completion of the program from the School, you can register yourself with the Yoga Alliance and entitled to become a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT).

 

A yoga instructor with RYT certificate is adequately trained to run his own school. The School identifies three levels of Yoga Teacher certification that include 200 Hour RYT and 300 Hour and together for 500 Hour RYT.  You will earn the certificate of that program which you had chosen.

 

There is yet another type of certification: the “E”.  Any register yoga teacher who is entitled with E-RYT, has more intense teaching experience which is officially recognized. An E-RYT helps to distinguish experienced teachers with the recent graduates.

 

There are many yoga students who already have 200 Hour certification wanted to know if they can opt for PYC’s month long 200-hour Multidimensional Yoga Teacher Training Program including the 100 Hour module. Yoga Alliance does not permit two different 200-hour training for advanced certification.

 

Generally, you do not need RYT certificate to teach yoga though many yoga studios needs instructors to get a certificate. Since the certification is the recent invention, there are many great yoga institutes and organization which are in operation since the 1990s and they are not certified.  It means the kind of training and the experience you have what makes a good yoga teacher.    

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review 2017-07-11 16:42
Stay
A Day Makes - Mary Calmes

Ceaton leaves one family for another as he transitions from military to mafia.  He becomes his boss man's right hand guy.  Is there more to life than this?

 

Brinley AKA Brin is so excited to finally meet his hero.  He has been saved twice by the hottest man he has ever seen.  Can he convince Ceaton that the future looks bright?

 

For a lot of story, and a little romance, this book moves at a fast pace.  The characters are all so loyal, and heroic, in their own way.  I was pleased to see he lead character finding love at last.  It made for a great HEA ending.  I give this story a 3/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

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review 2017-06-06 15:37
Jumping Barrel (Cyborg Sizzle Book 7) by Cynthia Sax Review
Jumping Barrel (Cyborg Sizzle Book 7) - Cynthia Sax

He requires an Expert. She needs a hero.

Barrel requires an Expert for the Tau Cetian orphans. He’s looking for a female who is willing to commit to a lifespan-long role, who is comfortable with moving off planet, and who, preferably, has the ability to speak the offsprings’ first language.

Nola wants the role Barrel is offering so badly she bends a few truths. Yes, she was born off planet but she has lived almost all of her lifespan in sheltered Academies. Yes, she has learned Tau Cetian but she has never spoken with a local. Yes, she plans to follow the rules but his deep, sexy voice tempts her to rebel.

When a fact-morphing human academic meets her battle-worn cyborg warrior, deceptions are revealed, passions flare, and circuits sizzle. Wrong seems right. Lies turn into truth. The candidate least qualified for the role becomes the one candidate Barrel can’t let go.

 

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This is one of those short stories that make me very sad it is a short story. It started off grand. So, funny and sweet.

 

The hero is great and so is the heroine. Then sex. And then done. Sigh. I would have adored another few chapters of living on this world and being together.

 

Zip's story is going to be a blast.

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review 2017-05-31 03:10
"Educating Esmé" by Esmé Raji Codell
Educating Esme: Diary of a Teacher's First Year - Esmé Raji Codell

This book was definitely entertaining, but I wonder about how much of it was factual. It claims to be the diary of a first-year teacher, but it seemed very idealistic and unrealistic.

And it didn't sit right with me that there was a time when her students stabbed a substitute teacher in the back with a pencil and she wasn't really bothered about it. That's kind of a big deal...

I did love the idea of building a "time machine" filled with books. I might have to use that someday.

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