Virag Negyedy Negyedy itibaren Dalkırmaz Köyü, 08790 Dalkırmaz Köyü/Şavşat/Artvin, Türkiye
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Çok, çok iyi ve gerçekten son ekledi :) Oyalanmak okumak için sabırsızlanıyorum! Umarım Linger'i bitirmeden önce Forever burada olur !!!!
Şimdi (60'ların cinsel devrimi bunu gördü) ama sadece bu konuda gerçek olmak istiyorsan. Fazlalığı özlemek ve vızıltı için daha fazlasına ihtiyaç duymak (ilk başta) ve daha sonra sadece 'normal' kalmak için ihtiyacınız olduğunu bulmak: AA her şeyi biliyor. Bu gün Anonim dogging de öyle. Hiçbir şeyin aproposu: cinsel sapkınlığın nasıl normalleştiği (ve böylece tarihin göz hikayesinin nasıl yapıldığı hariç) bu videoyu izliyor. Gözün öyküsüne nasıl bağlanır: Eh, cinsel ifade yoluyla normaliteden sapma hakkında avangard bir fikirle başlarsınız ve birkaç nesil sonra, avangard şimdi bekârlığı veya bazılarını teşvik eder.
the only reason i gave this book 2 stars is b/c i gave her book "Bitch" 1 star... and this was slightly better than that. It's hard to write an account of overcoming addiction that isn't poignant and emotional - but, as I recall, this succeeded in doing just that. In general, read Ms. Wurtzel's book if you find displays of ego appeal to you.
the story is simple and the characters are unsympathetic (especially our titular hero), but every line in it is gorgeously, perfectly written.
Not being able to control your temper is a potentially dangerous thing, not only for you, but for those around you as well. In 'Saving the Bodyguard' by Serena Yates, Leo Taber was angry, irritable, and obnoxious most of the time because he couldn't or wouldn't admit that he had a problem managing his anger. He finally admitted that maybe he had a problem and begrudgingly agreed to attend an anger management program. What he didn't realize when he walked through the doors at the anger management retreat, was that he was passing through a portal which would provide not only a better life, but would lead him to his true love. How strongly I feel about the characters usually determines how I feel about the story. If I like them I'm immediately sympathetic to their plight. However, Leo Taber was anything but likable. In fact, he was a bully, full of anger and frustration, often hurting other people. However, if he had not been so unbearable in the beginning, there would have been no contrast to show how much he changed after he learned some self control. His metamorphosis enabled him to be more agreeable, but also paved the way for him to be in a position to give and receive Felix's love. I finally had to admit that there was actually a considerate person underneath all that bluster and that he wasn't so bad after all. I felt Felix Oakden's befuddlement from the first moment he was introduced. The saying 'fish out of water' immediately came to mind. Felix had been cast out of an abusive relationship by a vindictive partner who made sure he was not only out of his life, but out of his chosen profession at the same time. Determined to survive, Felix took a job he disliked and was ill prepared for and tried to do his best. At first, I was convinced that he and Leo were an odd, potentially disastrous match, but the more I read, the more I saw that this was an excellent choice for the point trying to be made. They represented two sides of the same coin; one the abuser and the other the abused. Both needed to alter their behavior in order to live a healthier life. As Leo and Felix worked toward that goal, I couldn't help but cheer for their success. Especially for just a bite of a lustful story, Serena did an excellent job portraying just how debilitating and destructive uncontrolled anger can be and how, with help and a lot of hard work, it can be overcome resulting in a life which can be so much more fulfilling. 'Saving the Bodyguard' is a rough, sensual love story, full of emotional ups and downs, but with a happy ending. Leo and Felix found their balance and were happy together; their love for each other was what helped them heal. In the words of singer Tina Turner, “What's love got to do with it?” To which I reply, “Everything!” NOTE: This book was provided by Total-E-Bound for the purpose of a review on Queer Magazine Online