Salma Benabeda Benabeda itibaren Demirler Köyü, 47400 Demirler Köyü/Kızıltepe/Mardin, Türkiye
Bu eğlenceli bir küçük tatil okumak oldu. Fazla dikkat veya bağlılık gerektirmiyordu ama ben zevk ... hatırlıyorum bir poncy havuzbaşı içki ile birlikte.
in my top 5 favorite books. I could not put it down. if you have seen the recent movies of the same name, they do no justice to this novel whatsoever. Though entertaining they miss the point completely.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book from Richard Branson. This is a good inspirational and motivating book that is very easy to read. I knew that there were a number of Virgin companies prior to reading this book, however I was not aware of how many different industries Virgin is involved with (music, mobile, space travel, planes, trains, finance, health clubs, ...). The culture of Virgin is a key component of the why the Virgin companies have been successful. Whilst there is not a step by step guide for how to build a successful company, there are many useful insights and lessons learnt. Caring and Encouraging your people, Customer-focus, Innovation, Embracing leadership, Fun, Learning from mistakes and Social Responsibility are key attributes I now associate with the Virgin brand.
Yours to Keep is the story of Emma and Sean. Emma lives alone in the house she was raised in by her grandparents. Her grandfather has passed away and her grandmother, Cat, has moved to Florida to be close to her friends. Cat is forever worrying about Emma being on her own so Emma makes up a Fiance to ease her mind. Sean Kowalski has just finished serving in the Army and is ready for some free time to do what he wants. Just when he gets settled in his cousin's apartment Emma explains to him that he his her pretend fiance and she needs him to move in with her so her grandmother will stop worrying about her. So begins this fun book about two people pretending to be in love. I loved, loved, loved this book. It was light, sweet, and thouroughly entertaining. Emma and Sean were so likable, and all of the Kowalski family were a lot of fun as well. I knew where this book was going right away, but that didn't stop me from enjoying it one bit. For me the best part of the book was reading about the big, boisterous, loving Kowalski family. I so wanted to be a part of one of their big family dinners! The chemistry between Emma and Sean was great and the ending was really sweet. If you are looking for a short, fun romance to read, I would definitely recommend this one. This is one in a series of books and I will be reading the others soon.
The great fantasy of every child (and adult) who is continually frustrated that wild animals are not cuddly and pettable. Rascal is such a smart little beast, too. Continue the animal love with All Creatures Great and Small by Herriot.
The story of Daniel and Aube begin in the middle of their relationship. They are togheter since three year now, and during the story we come to know that Daniel has met Aube in a Montreal Hospital after Aube has tried to committe suicide cause a rape and the ostinately refuse of his mother to accept his omosexuality. Daniel is a former soldier, now self-defense instructor, both for the police than for social assistance. He is big and gentle, quite and strong. He loves Aube and believe in him like man and artist. He wants that his lover learn again to fly. Aube is a flamboyant canadian artist, all energy. He can't be still for long, and he needs Daniel in his life to balance all this energy. But Daniel is not a oppressive character, he doesn't put Aube in a fluffy box and hides him from the world. Like he says in the book, Aube is like a butterfly who has to fly and he is the ivy where he can find rest. In this book you will not find so much sex, but instead a story of two men who fight against the world to build a life togheter. I can't say which character I love more between Daniel and Aube: they are different like fire and water, but like fire and water they are essential to life, and you can't have one without the other... http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/86...
This book is funny, bizarre, and quick moving! Its the perfect book to take along for a bus or plane ride, where you need to pass some time but can't devote too much concentration. Its very well written!