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He won’t give up, though. With every page I felt the love grow between the two of them. Or a clogged artery.

Thanks, Kaje Harper, for another lovely story. I remembered how he was willing to be Mac’s secret in the beginning of the series — he might ask Mac what went wrong but never pushed.

Learning Curve (Life Lessons, #4) by Kaje Harper

He still suffers from panic attacks when people come up behind him and his speech still is not totally normal yet. Mac would always be a cop, a protector. Being the final book of the series also the fact that Kaje Harper is one of my top authorssaying that I have expectations will be an understatement.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I would like to revisit these guys some years down the road, as their circumstances change a bit, and it becomes plausible for Tony to get caught up in another mystery.

There was plenty of places to go and it wasn’t at all boring.


There’s a lot lrarning on here: The looks, the touches, the worry. Full of celebration, fears, little worries, big grins, difficult decisions, easy paths when the light is so clear, hesitations and willful demands for love and lust so rightfully won through battles waged, big and small, inside kitchens, classrooms, squad rooms and hearts.

You all see my “silly in love smile”, right? 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 absolutely CRAZY cudve look back and see how far Mac and Tony have gone in their lives up to this point.

This series is one of my all time favourites. Stole this from Sarah’s update, but it sums up my feelings nicely They are so fucking perfect together! Tony you say the best things I’m very happy for Mac and Tony who are perfect for each other and evolved so much as individuals as well as a couple.

Other books in the series. Aug 29, Heather C rated it it was amazing Shelves: I just want to be there in the middle of it all. Notify me of new comments via email. So what to do?

Learning Curve

We’d known it wasn’t a happy childhood and this was a great insight into Mac. Or rather, what are we going to do without you?? I feel some ripeness there ; And a most important PS: As always Kaje Harper delivered a realistic and emotional read.

Even Tony agrees with harpr in his assessment throughout the book!


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maje I love the way they have doubts and worries, and how they deal with them. Mac and Tony have come a long way. Trivia About Learning Curve L Reviewed for The Blog of Sid Love Book 3 ended on a sad note with Mac’s career future still up in the air. This series just blew me away. September 8, ISBN: Tony, you are a cool dude, and I wanna hug and kiss you! That stunning, big, dark, man, and that smaller guy. TaliesienoldenoughdkEle. Frankly, Tony’s scared for Mac and want him safely home, while Mac knows if he can’t be a cop, he’ll wither away and be lost.

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. The book brings back all the old group ,aje friends and family and ties up some loose ends, but not everything has a happily ever after feel.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Wonderful end to this series. No idea what to write about it – I’m a happy reader right now: