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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Overall, a wonderful visit with my good friends Mac and Tony and their family! Don’t Plan to Stay.

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Unfortunately real life interrupted on the day I started reading it or I’d have read non stop in one sitting. You are commenting using your Facebook account. I didn’t like that it felt like Tony still didn’t quite know his husband completely, but I guess since they are only two years, or something in, it’ll come later Tony is being supportive and taking kaue of Mac and their kids Anna and Ben.

View all 9 comments. Since reading Home Work the first time, I’ve been predicting that this could be the best book in the series. Sign up for LibraryThing to find out whether you’ll like this book.

The Shape of You. That stunning, big, dark man, and that smaller guy. 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.


Their unyielding love jumped over and broke through every obstacle that came their way, whether it dealt with their relationship or just life happening.

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Please review your cart. The mystery in this story played a subsidiary role IMO. The story arc may have suffered a bit because of all learnihg threads but all in all it was a satisfactory read, quite necessary to conclude the series. We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. Each person is given a voice and is allowed to speak fully with it. Kajee 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.

It’s not something exotic, though. I love the way they have crve and worries, and how they deal with them. Recently added by TaliesienoldenoughdkEle. That stunning, big, dark, man, and that smaller guy. IMHO this is a series that has got better over every book and for me this was saving the best for last.

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Still, he is determined to go back on the force and works hard to accomplish his goal. They are so fucking perfect together!

TaliesienoldenoughdkEle. This was so much more about Mac and his difficult path to getting back in shape and being able to function in his role as a confident cop. Now there is no more to come, and it saddens me. What a perfect end to a wonderful journey. Mac would always be a cop, a protector. Aug 29, Heather Vurve rated it it was amazing Shelves: Reading this was like eating my favourite meal But did the story deliver? The Thousand Smiles of Nicholas Goring. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.


Their challenges and struggles felt very real, very visceral at times. Only one thing kinda fucked with the juju I get asked about my name a lot. I beta’ed this, and the one before it. Google Books — Loading I Agree This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and if not signed in for advertising. And that’s ,aje hot and gorgeous and just about perfect.

That’s as gay as an Easter parade, and still cyrve about two real men. The scene in the hotel room will stay in my memory!! I loved how even with very common and might be overly used backdrop of abusive family background and bigotry — like Ben’s grandparents and Mac’s family — there was no magical solution but at the same time, there was indeed hope, an olive branch, for a better future.