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  • J. D. Tavarez - Hot Hot HOT!!!!Well after you read the description of this trilogy, how you will pass it on? Of course not! ;) ,so yes it trapped it way before I open the book. What can I say, triple HOT, Christian Grey it is a puppy next to these guys, it's like what Christian will grown to be. Rush it's the first book of the series, it the story about Gabe, multimillionaire business man that have been dealing romantic feelings for his best friend's baby sister. I love this book, yeah it kind like Fifty... But it is different at the same time. And my Gosh!! Those sex scenes are CRAZY!!
  • Jodi Chapters "Chapters and Chats" - A Story With HeartWho Asked You?

    You may recognize Terry McMillan as the author who has written several novels that have been turned into movies. We all laughed and cried while watching "How Stella Got Her Groove Back" and "Waiting to Exhale." Her new novel "Who Asked You?" will again have your emotions running the gambit.

    This is a fiction with heart. The circle of friends and family is both supportive and highly dysfunctional at the same time and I'm pretty sure we all know a family, or are a family, that resembles the one in this book, and that is what brings "Who Asked You?" into the real world.

    Betty Jean (BJ), Arlene and Venetia are three sisters living very different lives. Betty is the unchallenged family matriarch, the glue that binds the family. Married with three children; Quentin, the oldest is a chiropractor blowing through relationships and wives living in an upscale neighborhood, and ashamed of his family roots. Dexter is the middle child. He's in prison for a crime he won't take responsibility for, and Trinetta the youngest child; a single drug addicted mother of three.

    When Trinetta drops her sons Luther and Ricky off with BJ for what is supposed to be for a week and ends up being several years, BJ's sisters Arlene and Venetia have no trouble giving their opinions on how to raise the boys and in fact, pretty much how to live her life although both are struggling with their own lives.

    The cast of characters is rounded out with Venetia's newly outed gay son, Arlene's philandering husband and BJ's husband who is debilitated with Alzheimer's and her neighbor and longtime friend Tammy. All of McMillan's characters are well developed with each their quirks and traits are revealed one layer at a time giving more depth and allowing the reader to connect.

    The plot is well laid out however it feels a little rushed toward the end of the book. With moments of hilarity and heartbreak, the story is truly engaging and makes for a read you won't want to put down.

    Bottom line: pick up the book for yourself and another copy or two as gifts for your friends. "Who Asked You?" is a book that should be one everyone's fall reading list.

    Hardcover Edition: ISBN: 978-0-670-785698, 400 pages, $27.95

    Disclaimer: The ARC of this book was given to me by Viking div of Penguin Publishing in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
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  • Robert C. Basselgia - Did not work on Vista, but works on Win 7 - 32I was preparing to upgrade Vista Home Premium to Windows 7 Home Premium, 32 bit, but my Roxio Creator 9DE
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    on Vista. I emailed Roxio Support, but before they responded I did the Win 7 upgrade. After the upgrade I tried
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    So far so good. Please note that I didn't uninstall and reinstall after the upgrade. The installation on Vista was on my computer during the Win 7 installation. Ater the installation of Win 7, Roxio Creator 2011 worked.
  • Esther Schindler - Does what it promises: Makes it fast and painless to create a willI suppose that I could go through all the options in Quicken WillMaker Plus, but I'd be doing so purely for the purpose of writing an in-depth review. However, my needs are simple. And for me, the bottom line is that those needs were met.

    A few years ago, a friend's mother died. Mom had no will. Scott thought that it would be fairly straightforward to deal with her estate, since after all, there were just a few kids and there wasn't all THAT much in the way of assets. But over the course of MONTHS, during which he had to drive to-and-from Mom's city from his own several times, Scott learned just how painful and expensive it could be to die without a will; I heard about it at length. I told myself, "Okay, I'm going to learn from his experience"... and then I didn't do anything about it. It's been a few years, and this has been a Round Tuit I didn't get.

    So when I was offered Quicken WillMaker in my Amazon Vine selection, I said Yes. I hoped that it would make it easy for me, the no-legal-genius, to put together a very simple will for my husband and myself. (It's just us and the cats, after all. Nothing fancy.) And I got exactly what I wanted. In fact, for that basic will, it took less than a half hour to put together BOTH our wills. Now all I have to do is print out the documents and get them notarized.

    My point here is not depth (which I must leave to someone else) but convenience. The software works like, well, tax software. It asks you questions and you choose or type in the answers. It explains the options when they aren't obvious. And when I was all done with MY will, and said I wanted to do the one for my spouse, with my assent the software automagically flipped things around so that all I had to do was read through my husband's choices to ensure they were what he wanted.

    So far, I've only used the option to create a will. Since _that_ was so easy -- enough that I can reassure you that it is No Big Deal if your choices are obvious, like "I leave stuff to my spouse" -- I will soon go through it again to create the documents for Health Care Directives, Health Care Power of Attorney, Living Will, and so on.

    Others may be able to tell you about the software's suitability if your options are complex. I can't help there. But I can assure you that if you simply want to ensure that you document your wishes (and don't want your family to go through more legal mess than necessary) this does the trick.