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- ASIN : B013M2D022
- Publisher : Valley Publishing Ltd.; 1st edition (October 12, 2015)
- Publication date : October 12, 2015
- Language : English
- File size : 804 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 193 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #308,704 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Top reviews from the United States
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Jenna paired her with Weaver. A graduate student in psychology, Weaver felt he didn’t really need the workshop – he had already worked through his issues over the unsolved murder of his father. What could he do to help Paris? He agreed to participate when Jenna offered to help him publish a paper about her workshop.
Weaver quickly accepts his perceived responsibility to overcome her fears. In the process of their joint class work and homework, they become quite attracted to each other. But Paris wants a love and a family relationship; Weaver admits to having many women, but only one (failed) relationship. He is not ready for a relationship with Paris. The way pairing two souls with opposite feelings about Justice opens both their eyes and enforces one real concept of healing – you must face your problem yourself. Having a caring someone push you makes overcoming your perceived, self-inflicted limits can help.
This reader became totally involved with all three books in this trilogy. The characters and characterizations are very well done. Their identification of their emotional problems, large and small, and facing them in spite of their fears made them very real to me.
A Contemporary Romance
By:Author Dale Mayer
Justice is nothing more then the act of balancing the scales between right and wrong, white and black...
Or is it? Is there a grey area that exist between them both as to not tip the scales to neither right or wrong or black
or white but a equal balance of both.. In my opinion the answer would be a resounding Yes!
This book is exceptional, which if you read books by this author then you know that it comes as no surprise to be reading
such awesomeness. The story between Paris and Weaver is utterly breathtakingly beautiful. There is so much feels in this
story, you will not close this book the same! You will feel so so much, from sadness, horror, love, anger, pity, happiness,
heart sick, broken and reformed at what these two beautiful couple has gone through in their lives. You might also see
some of yourself in this book in some form or another, I know I did. And if you do, the message the author conveys in
this book and the others in this series is that everyone can have another chance, everyone can fight to free themselves
from the past, working in the present to better your future, if only you believe, if only you fight, if only you don't
give up or give in to the negativity of a past that shouldn't have the power to hold you down. Paris and Weaver cut the
puppet strings of their past together, even when the tough got going and the going got tough they stood strong, did they
fall or skirt off course? Of course they did but that is life! Real life means getting back up, falling down, making mistakes
and being wrong sometimes. There are so many different answers for us because we are all different, one things that binds
us all together in these situations is the fact that when falling, making mistakes, being wrong in all those things we have
the power to fix it, to make things right, to get back up. We have a choice and it is ours to do what we think is best.
Did I love this story? Yes very much so.... Would I recommend this book to anyone else? 100% yes!(To the right age group)
"18+up do to adult situations
In fact I would suggest starting with the first book because well it is just as amazing!!
Will I reread this story again? Heck yeah I will! What would I rate this book? **Five Stars***
All thoughts and feelings are my own..
Weaver doesn't really think he needs to attend this seminar, he doesn't feel he is at a point where the sessions will help him; after all,, he has dealt with his issues.
I could not wait to get to the next page. Love this book and look forward to reading more of this series.
The author also causes you to relate to some of the baggage we carry that keeps us from growing and moving on. I am interested in reading
more of this authors work.
Top reviews from other countries
The workshops were different this time, since it seems they just had group activities & guest speakers mornings, afternoons & evenings.
In the first two books, there were workshops in the mornings only, with activities geared towards helping the participants move forward in their own lives (for example, going to a children's hospital). Considering this, this third book didn't have these types of activities, but it could easily have been incorporated into this book (for example, some kind of work in a police station, since their theme was justice).
However, in this book, there were not these types of activities. Afternoons or mornings spent in workshops with various activities or workshops were basically summarized with one sentence (something like this: The afternoon was finally over, it was painful, since I saw other people crying, but I didn't have any breakthroughs myself...
Despite this, it was a good third book.