Conversations with God, Book 3 is the final book of the original three-book series. As was written in the introduction to Book 1, it deals with “universal truths to the highest order, and the challenges and opportunities of the soul.” In Book 3, the dialogue expands to include more about the nature of God, about love and fear, about who we are and who we may become, and about the evolution of the human species that is about to take its place in the universal neighborhood.
The audible version of this series is another work of art worthy of blessing and sharing. Live it. Let your Light shine so that all may see. Thank you.
When Crossroads Gin hits the road, Damien hopes it will draw them closer together. There's something magical about being on tour, especially when traveling in a van with no roadies, managers, or lovers to act as a buffer. The band is already close, but Damien knows they can be more brothers of sorts, bound not only by familial ties but by their intense love for music.
Rhys has a way with words that not only puts you there; you have every sense alert and begging for more!
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Former LAPD detective Cole McGinnis's life nearly ended the day his police partner and best friend Ben Pirelli emptied his service weapon into Cole and his then-lover, Rick. Since Ben turned his gun on himself, Cole thought he'd never find out why Ben tried to destroy him.
I have listened to each book like it was a real memoire. Rhyse's descriptive language is amazing! It puts to right there! A messy, yet beautiful romance between two unlikely souls. Please don't let this be the final book!!!!
Cole Kenjiro McGinnis, ex-cop and PI, is trying to get over the shooting death of his lover when a supposedly routine investigation lands in his lap. Investigating the apparent suicide of a prominent Korean businessman's son proves to be anything but ordinary, especially when it introduces Cole to the dead man's handsome cousin, Kim Jae-Min.
Dirty kiss was a bit dirty! But a lot of mystery. I never saw it coming-who the killer was. Well done! A wonderful deadly, dangerous, and really not so dirty romance.
Nico Dombruso has learned to keep the world at arm's length after being badly burned by his last relationship. Even so, he decides to let himself enjoy a summer fling while on vacation in Italy. It's just sex after all, so what's the harm? He gets so much more than he bargained for when he meets gorgeous, mysterious art dealer Luca Caruso. The connection between them is undeniable, and for the first time in years, Nico starts to consider the possibility of trusting his tattered heart to someone again.
Such romance mixed with fun and tension and potential danger. I cannot wait for the rest of the series to be audible.
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It's not easy for a young gay artist like Jordan Carson to grow up in Jefferson, Wisconsin, where all anyone seems to care about in middle school and high school are the sports teams. But Jordan was lucky. He met Owen Nelson in the second grade, and they've been BFFs ever since. Owen is a big, beautiful blond and their school's champion wrestler. No one messes with Owen, or with anyone close to him, and he bucks popular opinion by keeping Jordan as his wingman even after Jordan comes out at school.
Even though it's sappy. It's and ending that's happy. Well delivered too. I really recommend it.
Whyborne's lover, dashing ex-Pinkerton detective Griffin Flaherty, agrees to prove Allan's innocence. But when Allan is deemed insane and locked away in the Stormhaven Lunatic Asylum, Griffin finds himself reliving the horrifying memories of his own ordeal inside a madhouse.
Like the title suggests another great chapter in the lives of our two heroes and their outspoken side-kick. Loved it. It flowed great. The reader was great again. Looking forward to the next chapter.
Audie Award, Humor, 2016. In Furiously Happy, number-one New York Times best-selling author Jenny Lawson explores her lifelong battle with mental illness. A hysterical, ridiculous book about crippling depression and anxiety? That sounds like a terrible idea. But terrible ideas are what Jenny does best.
I was supposed to be furiously happy reading this drivel. Instead I found myself looking into the brain of a lunatic! As a person who is challenged with mental illness, I found this bordering on offensive.
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Everyone admires Michael Lamont for being a nurse, but his part-time work as a gay sex surrogate not only raises eyebrows, it's cost him relationships. Michael is small, beautiful, and dedicated to working with people who need him. But what he really wants is a love of his own. He spends most of his time reading science fiction, especially books written by his favorite author and long-time crush, the mysteriously reclusive J.C. Guise.
A extremely well narrated story or young love with all the real complications and challenges of our modern world. Had me laughing and crying more than once.
Why are some people and organizations more innovative, more influential, and more profitable than others? Why do some command greater loyalty from customers and employees alike? Even among the successful, why are so few able to repeat their successes over and over? People like Martin Luther King Jr., Steve Jobs, and the Wright Brothers might have little in common, but they all started with why.
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We tend to ask WHY a lot in life. Now we need to in our Biz.
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I actually purchased the paperback as well and to help speed read I set the audio to 1.5 and followed in the book. What a great way to read and not be distracted or day dream and miss things.