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"Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress"
Is the world really falling apart? Is the ideal of progress obsolete? Cognitive scientist and public intellectual Steven Pinker urges us to step back from the gory headlines and prophecies of doom, and instead, follow the data: In seventy-five jaw-dropping graphs, Pinker shows that life, health, prosperity, safety, peace, knowledge, and happiness are on the rise. Learn more
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I actually loved Gavin and enjoyed his slow thaw of heart, as well as Hannah's irresistible charm. For a while I was really worried when other players came marching in with their clumsy boots and trampled all over the fragile attraction between the main players. Terms of Service finished on a very satisfactory note and one was left with the feeling that you would have liked to reach out and hug the lovers and wish them well for the future!
Hannah's ex was such a jerk, I wondered how this beautiful, college-educated woman ended up with him. She never said they were once in love and he changed? What happened.
To Hannah's credit, she was a loving, caring mother. Her interaction with her girls was realistic.
Hannah is also going through a divorce. Her husband and his stripper girlfriend took off with all of their money and household goods, leaving Hannah with the bills and their four-year-old twin girls. She can’t support herself and her girls on the money she makes at her job and she fears losing their apartment.
Desperate she puts an ad in a paper looking for a sugar daddy and Gavin sees his chance to get revenge. But soon, he finds he likes Hannah and her daughters, and then he feels protective of them and revenge is the last thing on his mind.
While I didn’t understand what Hannah expected, it obviously is wasn’t a sexual relationship. I guess she thought some man would just take her and her daughters in and support them. I know Gavin planned to trick her into thinking he was saving them before he got his revenge.
I loved the way Gavin struggled with his feelings and the way he changed from an unhappy, bitter man into a caring person. It is Hannah I don’t understand but it all worked out in the end, and I really loved the ending.
When a single mom of twins is left by her no good husband for a stripper, she has to make ends meet by herself. Hannah is doing the best she can trying to pay the rent, put groceries on the table, and pay the bills her so-to-be ex-husband ran up and left her with. He emptied out their bank account and moved in with his girlfriend without ever looking back.
Hannah comes up with an idea of putting an ad for a "sugar daddy" to take her and her 4 year old twins, in return for her cooking, cleaning, and keeping a nice home.
Gavin Meyers is going through a divorce, he found his wife in bed with his sister. Now the wife wants $20,000 a month as an alimony. He refuses to give in. He wants to get his revenge on all women for what happened with his marriage. When his mother leaves a copy of Hannah's ad out he plans to meet up with her.
After spying on her for 5 hours, he has a plan in mind; but what he doesn't count on is how strong she is. She's not breakable, that was his first mistake. His second was not realizing how nice she really is. She can talk to ANYONE, even nasty people, and they instantly like her.
Gavin ends up falling in love with her; ruining his whole plan.