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review 2017-08-15 16:20
Book Review: Seizing Control (Black Shamrocks MC #1) By Kylie Hillman
Seizing Control - Kylie Hillman



When I picked up this novel I was expecting something dark, just not as dark as this started off with. I'll readily admit that I skimmed through the first half of this novel because I just couldn't take it. It was so well written that it was giving me anxiety just thinking of being in that situation.


However, what gave me pause was how incompetent the MC seemed to be at protecting Madelaine and everyone else in her family in the first place. How does a guard go missing and hours after no one has heard from him no one thinks something is wrong? Why not make it clear to the bullheaded heroine that she's in danger once again? Those types of secrets were bound to blow up in everyone's faces.


Madelaine started off as a very strong willed and stubborn character. I started to like her, but after her overreaction to a small mistake Mikhail had made she lost my respect. If it wasn't for the dreaded epilogue Mikhail would still have my respect as well. I can't, for the life of me, understand what the heck he was thinking when he did that.


I didn't understand how Bbrenden had the amount of power that he had. I don't think it's ever said that it was based on money. How did he get another MC to break a four year truce because of a girl and, in theory, more power, and risk 'war'? The ending was a bit of a stretched out miracle, but I was ready for it to be over with by that point.


Overall this was a very well written and anxiety provoking novel. My dislike of both main protagonists made it so I didn't enjoy the novel as much. I may pick up the other novels in this series in the future.


My Favorite Quotes:

"When something bad happens you have three choices. You can let it define you, let it destroy you, or you can let it strengthen you. - Unknown"

"Should have, could have, would have. They are dangerous thoughts. We are never going to know what might have been."

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text 2017-08-14 12:10
Global Airport Lighting Control System Sales Market Report 2017

24 Market Reports provides a complete data analysis of Global Airport Lighting Control System Sales Market Report 2017 with Market value, Sales, Price, Industry Analysis and Forecast with the help of Industry Experts.


In this report, the global Airport Lighting Control System market is expected to reach high by the end of 2022.


Geographically, this report split global into several key Regions, with sales (K sqm), revenue (Million USD), market share and growth rate of Airport Lighting Control System for these regions, from 2012 to 2022 (forecast), covering

  • United States
  • China
  • Europe
  • Japan
  • Korea
  • Taiwan

Global Airport Lighting Control System market competition by top manufacturers/players, with Airport Lighting Control System sales volume, Price (USD/sqm), revenue (Million USD) and market share for each manufacturer/player; the top players including

  • ADB Airfield Solutions(Safegate)
  • Honeywell
  • Hella
  • Eaton
  • Philips Lighting Holding
  • Cree
  • OCEM Airfield Technology
  • Astronics
  • Youyang
  • Airsafe Airport Equipment
  • Carmanah Technologies
  • Vosla (NARVA)
  • Abacus Lighting
  • ATG Airports


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On the basis of product, this report displays the sales volume (K sqm), revenue (Million USD), product price (USD/sqm), market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into

  • Approach Lights
  • Runway Lights
  • Taxiway and Apron Lights
  • Stop Bars
  • Others


On the basis on the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, sales volume, market share and growth rate of Airport Lighting Control System for each application, including

  • Civilian and Commercial Airport
  • Military Airport


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Global Airport Lighting Control System Sales Market Report 2017

1 Airport Lighting Control System Market Overview

2 Global Airport Lighting Control System Competition by Players/Suppliers, Type and Application

3 United States Airport Lighting Control System (Volume, Value and Sales Price)

4 China Airport Lighting Control System (Volume, Value and Sales Price)

5 Europe Airport Lighting Control System (Volume, Value and Sales Price)

6 Japan Airport Lighting Control System (Volume, Value and Sales Price)

7 Korea Airport Lighting Control System (Volume, Value and Sales Price)

8 Taiwan Airport Lighting Control System (Volume, Value and Sales Price)

9 Global Airport Lighting Control System Players/Suppliers Profiles and Sales Data

10 Airport Lighting Control System Manufacturing Cost Analysis


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review 2017-07-30 21:03
Damage Control - Lisa Renee Jones

This book picks up right where Hard Rules left off.  Shane has confronted Emily about who she really is.  

Emily is afraid that whoever is looking for her is going to find Shane and hurt him and since she has fallen in love with him, she knows she must leave him so he doesn't get harmed.  Too bad Shane is not going to let her go.  After a mad search, Shane finally finds Emily and convinces her that they belong together and he is not letting her go.  After some poking and prodding, Emily finally lets Shane know all her secrets....and compared to his, they are not so bad!  LOL

The Brandon family is still up to all the games they keep playing with each other.  It is crazy how people in the same family treat each other!  While Shane is trying to get the family business to be 100% legit, his brother Derek is too busy trying to bring in the Martina Cartel.  Throw in both of Shane's parents games and this is one crazy ride.  Shane is starting to realize that he needs to start playing the game a little dirtier and I can't wait to see where this will lead! 

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review 2017-07-29 21:19
Book Review For: Damage Control Lisa Renee Jones
Damage Control - Lisa Renee Jones

'Damage Control' by Lias Renee Jones is book Two in the "Dirty Money" series. This continues the story of Emily Stevens and Shane Brandon. I would recommend reading the previous book "Hard Rules" since that book starts their story. But, Ms. Jones did set this book up so that you could catch up to their story if you choose not to read the first book.
Damage Control picks up right where Hard Rules ended. As we know Emily hasn't be honest with Shane about herself and her past. But Shane is now confronting her and wanting her to have no more lies between them. Since his brother Derek did a background check on Emily, Shane wants answers. But Emily is arguing that her secrets are her secrets and upset that a background check was done on her.
Emily saw something that could get her killed and possible him if she is found out.
Shane is still dealing with his family and trying to bring things to a honest dealing but his family is pretty messed up I think.
I just cannot get enough of this series and their story does get continued to another book.
I wish this story could be made into a movie...I love it that much!
Dirty Money Series in Order:
Book 1: Hard Rules
Book 2: Damage Control
Book 3: Bad Deeds
Book 4: End Game
"My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."


Source: www.amazon.com/Damage-Control-Dirty-Money-Novel-ebook/dp/B01J1EGXLA/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1501357264&sr=1-1&keywords=Damage+Control+Lisa+Renee+Jones
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review 2017-07-01 21:56
Causality Violation SF: “Version Control” by Dexter Palmer
Version Control: A Novel - Dexter Palmer

“For months now, Rebecca had felt what she could only describe as a certain subtle wrongness – not within herself, but in the world. She found it impossible to place its source, for the fault in the nature of things seemed to reside both everywhere and nowhere. Countless things just felt a little off to her.”


In “Version Control” by Dexter Palmer


A lot of the debate around this book must be surely undermined by the lack of a clear definition of time.


The idea of time 'moving forwards or backwards' is just a metaphor that people adopt because it's easy to identify with physical objects that move and since time is a dimension- a dimension of space-time, the continuum in which everything has its being. Time itself doesn't 'move' or 'pass' any more than length can pass or move. However, everything moves, or occupies a series of different points, in space-time. I also suspect that our perception of time as a progression in one direction, with a remembered past and a future of multiple unrealized possibilities, is a 'fiction' or mental construction that allows us to make sense of cause and effect. If we could imagine a being outside of space-time, whether God, or Vonnegut's Tralfamadoreans, that being would see all those points simultaneously. As we do when we remember someone's life.



If you're into SF, read on.

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