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  • T. Cordero - oh, yes! Get over it ladies!!!I have no idea what a few ladies are talking about on here but I love sex and if my hubby would open his shirt and dust my ceiling fan you bet I would get hot and as soon as he was done...well...I'll leave that to your imagination. I love this book and plan on buying a few more for some friends who I know will love it too. To each his own, no one will love everything everyone else loves. So, why get upset. Let it go, some some ice cream..find what you love and let the rest enjoy the book!
  • Tori - Radclyffe does it again.Having read a few of her novels I knew what to expect in that I'd be an interesting medical drama with a developing romance, and yet she always makes each story just as enjoyable. Also it's nice to read of familiar characters from previous novels. So if you enjoy medicine and romance this book is for you.
  • Paul Walmsley - Bring up the bodiesExcellent book , even better than the prequel "Wolf Hall"
    And Mantel hugely deserved the Booker Prize for her first novel.
    Here is Henry VIII and his court, nuanced and subtley portrayed. Filled with entirely believable characters and their conversations.
    This is Renaissance and Reformation England, seen again through the eyes of Thomas Cromwell, the Blacksmith's son, who rose to be the most powerful man in England.
    This book charts the decline of Anne Boleyn and the rise of Jane Seymour.(with their own attendant courts and allies). Perhaps less gritty and bloody than Wolf Hall, it is a little raunchier, in the form of gossip and male neuroticsm (with tragic consequences for Anne).
    I think this trilogy has elevated historical fiction to a much higher literary level. Perhaps there should be a new category: literature with a historical theme.
  • Jennifer Ackerman - Fantastic idea but not quite perfect yet when flavors are taken into accountI realized a few months ago that when I reached for one of my husband's cokes, it wasn't the sugar I was craving like I'd always thought. It was the carbonation! So I found these fantastic, calorie-free, flavored, carbonated waters (by Sparkling ICE) and quickly fell in love. It was the perfect way to get my fix without the calories! But at over $1 per 17-ounce bottle, I wanted to see if I could find an alternative.

    This is what I decided to try. It works very well. It's quick and easy and very stress free. It's the flavored syrups where the whole thing goes wrong. I'm the type of person that will use what we have even if I don't like it very much. I've actually thrown out a few flavors because they were so horrible, I couldn't even stomach taking more than one sip. The ONLY flavor I've found that I like is the Sodastream Diet Cranberry-Raspberry Sodamix Syrup. As such, I've been attempting to find different fruit juices to mix that I enjoy but I always go back to the cranberry-raspberry. We lived in Germany for seven years and one of the big drinks over there is apfelschorle which is carbonated water mixed with apple juice and it is one of my husband's favorite drinks so I'm always making that as well for him. Too bad I don't like apple juice!

    Overall, this is a fantastic idea. Despite not liking many of the flavors, it's still something that will be getting a lot of use in our household. I look forward to the day where there will be a better selection of flavors but will be attempting my own in the meantime.