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I really enjoyed this story even though it ends in a cliffhanger. The heroine is a strong character who still has some flaws but they just make her more believable. As soon as I finished this book, I ordered the next one so if you are looking for a story that keeps you on the edge of your seat, this is one for you. There is humor in it also along with all of the other emotions one experiences in daily life. Ms. Eve is fast becoming one of my automatic buy authors.
If I could have given it a negative 5 star rating I would have. To be fair to it I suffered(and I mean SUFFERED) through 12 minutes of this steaming pile of bullcrap, but I just couldn't take it anymore. It was all too painful. The atrocious acting, the ridiculous plot. Just, well, UGH. The worst movie, and I use that term loosely, that I've watched in a very long time, and I've watched some REALLY bad ones!
I had been looking for an affordable, flexible red light therapy device for several months and found and finally found it!!! I purchased the Light Relief 90LR15LR01 with the additional flexible pad for my husband who has Plantar Fasciitis. Of all the treatments he has tried, inserts, stretches, etc., red light therapy seems to be the only one that provides relief. For myself, I work at a computer all day and have neck pain from tight shoulder and neck muscles. I can get almost instant relief when using the flexible red light therapy pad. Muscles relax, and neck pain eases. I would recommend this device along with the flexible pad to anyone looking for relief from pain.
Had a coolant leak on my '99 Chevy Suburban. Leaked out of the head (not into the engine oil). Carefully followed the directions and it worked perfectly. Has been about a month now and I haven't lost a drop. I'll report back if things change but for now I'm really happy!
I HATE this thing. It's nice to save time on the cards, but they're glorified flash cards. I could make these things myself and have more room to write than on these. Filling them out takes a lot of time and it's not active learning. All you do is transfer information from a drug book to a card. Making the cards would help me retain more information than filling them out. Plus, the binder is extremely cheap for how much I paid for these things. I dropped it once and all three rings broke, so now I have to use a freezer bag to hold the cards. Unfortunately my college force us to buy it (you're penalized in clinical if you don't have it). The cards are awkward to carry around. If I had a choice I would not have bought these.