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Kenner is book 5 in the Stark Trilogy. This continues the story of Damien and Nikki, so I do feel you should read the previous books to fully enjoy this one. Damien and Nikki are still in love but now we are dealing with some of Nikki's life, her job and the family working always toward their happiness.
I still so in love with Damien and how he is protective of his family. I don't think I can get enough of Damien and Nikki.
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Their story just keeps getting better and this being a full length book gave me the fix I needed on their story. Loved it and hope to see more from them and of course this great author.
Stick a fork in me. The fat lady has sung. Move on.
I keep expecting so much more but all I end up getting is an okay Lifetime movie. Every time J. Damien and Nikki are back and facing their toughest challenge yet! One that just might be too tough for them to conquer.
This story will have you on an emotional roller coaster and clinging to hold on and not want to let go. Once I started reading, I could not put it down.
Oct 23, Sofia Lazaridou rated it liked it I am always happy to read a book about Nikki and Damien. I really am.
But after this book I feel like their books should stop and we should focus on the other people in the universe. Within the main argument of this book, this chapter plays a pivotal role. It presents a historical analysis of the genesis of the principle and provides the baseline for the historical analysis in the following chapters.
Following unpublished as well as published papers, it analyzes the origin, the formulation, and the consolidation of the correspondence principle from until and puts a special emphasis on the role of physical problems for the development of the principle. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.
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References Arabatzis, Theodore. I must admit, that I'm not going to turn one down if he offers to come and rescue me and offer me the world, but the ones I've read about it's not so much the money that has me hanging on their every word.