Booktopia has Learning Curve, Life Lessons by Kaje Harper. Buy a discounted Paperback of Learning Curve online from Australia’s leading. Read “Learning Curve” by Kaje Harper with Rakuten Kobo. Mac is afraid he’ll never recover enough to go back to being a cop, while Tony is afraid that he will. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Learning Curve (Life Lessons Series #4) by Kaje Harper at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $ or more!.

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A Kind of Honesty. This was great to see how the grandparents had to swallow their views and play nice or Tony had the right to refuse them access to Ben altogether. A BR with the very best Sofia.

One thing I have to say is how great the background crime story was surrounding the murder that Mac kane up investigating even though he’s still on sick leave.

He still What a perfect end to a wonderful journey.

#TBT Book Reviews: Learning Curve by Kaje Harper

No current Talk conversations about this book. They are so fucking perfect together! I’m going to break my review out into a list because You a foreigner as well as a fag? Want to Read saving…. A complete list with links can be found on my website “Books” page at https: Aug 16, Mark rated it it was amazing Shelves: At times though i did struggle, my interest would drop and I found myself skipping paragraphs.


Tony is also struggling with his own feelings about Mac returning to the job that put them in this situation to begin with.

Also, a few of Mac’s old cases that we’ve been following over the last few books finally get resolved. However, although on disability leave he gets called in to interview someone who only wants to speak only to him.

CD Audiobook 0 editions. I can imagine to easily how worried Tony would be about the safety of his husband. It’s a good life, they fought for it, they earned it, and we can happily let them go as they live it.

Meanwhile Tony would always be that compassionate and understanding man. I felt fo Finishing this wonderful book has broken my heart.

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I want him for my birthday with whipped cream and a cherry on top and yes I know he’s only fictional. This series is one of my all time favourites. Email required Address never made public. Curbe am still a mess, you know? Google Books — Loading Yet by the end of it all, I felt everything that needed to be addressed were adequately done so.

Learning Curve by Kaje Harper

It needs constant work. Tony knows that being a self-confident cop is something that Mac always strived for–it defines a substantial part of his personality.


I’m going to miss Mac und Tony, but Learning Curve was a fantastic way to say goodbye to two characters I fell in love with from the start. Tony knows that being a self-confident cop is something that Mac always strived for–it defines a substantia 4. Add to Your books. It seems the family situation is complete. Ms Harper, you freaking rock my world cueve your words.

I will miss these two. Would thou wert clean enough to spit upon! Not a major factor in the story, but it also uses the time to touch on the realities of teen bullying and the benefits of a having a Gay Straight Alliance to support gay teens and their networks.

Mac’s struggle to recover, Mac’s own family issues, new problems for Tony at the high school, issues with Ben, and other emotional hurdles that must get tackled It’s maje CRAZY to look back and see how far Mac and Tony have gone in their lives up to this point. And I’m so happy with how Mac’s recovery was handled, but I find Kaje ridiculously appealing when she writes things realistically and she so often does.

It was a bit simple with really only one possible solution that was glaringly obvious to me.