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review 2017-08-07 01:23
Great End to a Great Series
The Right Kind of Trouble - Shiloh Walker

Gideon Marshall is the police chief of McKay’s Treasure. Bad things have been happening to the one of the most influential families, the McKays. He’s hitting his head against the wall as more and more danger keeps happening to them. When Moira McKay is attacked when he’s out of town, he feels responsible. The only problem is that Moira is the woman who long ago shattered his heart and he never quite got over her. He just doesn’t know how much longer he can be around her. Moira knows that Gideon is about done with her, but her brush with death has her finally getting over her self-imposed life of loneliness and misery. Now she just hopes it’s not too late as everything she and her siblings have worked hard for get destroyed.

As with the other two books in this series, I absolutely loved it. After reading the other two books,I couldn’t wait to see how it finished and I wasn’t disappointed. My heart seemed to break over and over for Gideon and Moira. I was happy that Moira was able to get over her guilt so she can try to find happiness before it’s too late. I highly recommend this book and this entire series.

**I voluntarily read and reviewed this book

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text 2017-08-05 16:08
Reading progress update: I've listened 300 out of 320 minutes.
First Grave on the Right - Darynda Jones

 

3.5 Stars

My first audio listen. It was good. I liked it. The narrator brought Charley to life. I had some trouble with a few of the male voices, but still good.

 

Their was some mystery and more. It's interesting that Charley is the Grim Reaper, but in a good way. Theirs sarcastic humor that had me chuckling a few times. I did feel that Charley was a little childish at times, but still enjoyable. I’m curious to see how she will grow and evolve.


Full review to come.

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review 2017-08-04 03:26
An Intriguing New Medical Perspective for Type 2 Diabetics
Diabetes: The Real Cause and The Right C... Diabetes: The Real Cause and The Right Cure - John M Poothullil MD

Diabetes: The Real Cause and The Right Cure: 8 Steps to Reverse Your Diabetes in 8 Weeks states its main case right on the cover, clarifying the approach Dr. Poothullil takes in a book that maintains that diabetes is a curable condition: "Type 2 diabetes is not due to insulin resistance; it’s your diet. See how you can stop taking medication or injecting insulin." 

 

This perspective is especially intriguing for Type 2 diabetics because it focuses on a very different medical explanation for the cause and reversal of high blood sugar and diabetes than other diabetes books offer. It also places more control over the condition in the hands of readers who could change their lifestyle choices in order to eliminate the disease. The book is not for Type 1 diabetics, where the pancreas is actually damaged; but Type 2s will find it packed with specifics that contrast old theories about diabetes with the author's new perspective on its causes and why certain medicines only appear to work if insulin resistance isn't really the cause of the Type 2 diabetic's problem. The chapters make a strong case for eliminating grains from one's diet and taking better control of one’s eating choices. The 8 steps offer a relatively easy-to-implement program most will find easy to follow. 

 

Aware that such a simple program promoting a 'cure' could be seriously questioned, Dr. Poothullil addresses initial concerns right from the beginning ("If you think that diabetes is your destiny because one or both of your parents had it, you will learn that what you have inherited is only a potential. If you think Type 2 diabetes cannot be “cured,” this book will show a completely different picture."), advocating a self-help program that requires only a willingness to self-assess in order to prove successful: "To avoid Type 2 diabetes, your goal must be to take back control of your body and rediscover or reconnect with your authentic weight. You know when your weight is right for you because your brain knows when your fat cells are not full and your blood is not full of fatty acids and glucose." 

 

The book is a no-brainer must-read for any Type 2 diabetic who truly wants to change, and who is open to consider a new scientific equation for understanding their diabetes along with different approaches to not just control it, but eliminate it from one's life. All that's required is a willingness to change lifestyle choices. 

 

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review 2017-07-28 12:41
Review: "Oren's Right" (Tales of the Forest, #4) by Blaine D. Arden
Oren's Right - Blaine D. Arden

 

~ 3 stars ~

 

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review 2017-07-24 21:34
Love this series!
The Right Ranger - Donna Michaels

The Right Ranger by Donna Michaels is a fun read.  Ms Michaels has delivered a book that is well-written and loaded it with phenomenal characters.  Haley and Cord's story grabbed my attention and held me hostage till the last page.  There's plenty of drama, humor and sizzle to keep the pages turning.  And Lula Belle, who could resist her cow hijinks?  I totally enjoyed reading The Right Ranger and look forward to reading more from Donna Michaels in the future.  The Right Ranger is book 3 of The Men Of At Ease Ranch Series but can be read as a standalone.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.  

 

I read a print copy of this book.

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