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I'm new to being natural (this month marks a year) and it's been a struggle trying to find products that work well with my hair. I do not discriminate, so I've tried products from Regis all the way to the Kinky Curly line. Some worked, and obviously others did not. However, I am happy to say that this is on the list of items that worked great. I've been using this product for a few weeks now, and I love that it does not dry out my hair like shampoo, and it keeps my hair nice and soft. I feel like it even defines my curls, and it smells great which is an added bonus.
I am not a drinker, but I love this wine. This is perfect for those like me who don't enjoy the taste of alcohol. I tried another Moscato a few weeks back and it took me two hours to finish a small half glass. Usually wine, no matter how fruity or delicious is smells, tastes like cold medicine to me. Not so with this one. That's why I call it dangerously good. It's easy to drink and so delicious that I have no trouble finishing a glass. I also appreciated that there was a handwritten note thanking me for my order on the invoice.
When this book originally came out in the 70's I thought " good grief,yet ANOTHER fad diet". Well, I just got through reading "Good Calories, Bad Calories" by Gary Taubes and was amazed by what I read. It turns out that ole Dr. Atkins (may he rest in peace) knew what he was talking about!!
Oh hot damn! I read book #3 of the historical romance Maiden Lane Series by Elizabeth Hoyt and freaking loved it to pieces. I immediately bought Thief of Shadows book #4 as soon as I finished it.
I implore you all to read that book first, or you'll sort of be lost in the beginning. However, Ms. Hoyt is an amazing writer and does a fantastic job at weaving in the missing bits to clue new readers in.
This book picks up immediately after Scandalous Desires ends where we see the hero get rescued by a masked man who is hunted by the law.
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