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Efforts need to be made to help these media become sources of new cultural progress for humanity and not a threat to our deepest riches. True wisdom, as the fruit of self-examination, dialogue and generous encounter between persons, is not acquired by a mere accumulation of data which eventually leads to overload and confusion, a sort of mental pollution. Real relationships with others, with all the challenges they entail, now tend to be replaced by a type of internet communication which enables us to choose or eliminate relationships at whim, thus giving rise to a new type of contrived emotion which has more to do with devices and displays than with other people and with nature.

Yet at times they also shield us from direct contact with the pain, the fears and the joys of others and the complexity of their personal experiences. For this reason, we should be concerned that, alongside the exciting possibilities offered by these media, a deep and melancholic dissatisfaction with interpersonal relations, or a harmful sense of isolation, can also arise. The human environment and the natural environment deteriorate together; we cannot adequately combat environmental degradation unless we attend to causes related to human and social degradation.

The impact of present imbalances is also seen in the premature death of many of the poor, in conflicts sparked by the shortage of resources, and in any number of other problems which are insufficiently represented on global agendas.

It needs to be said that, generally speaking, there is little in the way of clear awareness of problems which especially affect the excluded.

These days, they are mentioned in international political and economic discussions, but one often has the impression that their problems are brought up as an afterthought, a question which gets added almost out of duty or in a tangential way, if not treated merely as collateral damage. Indeed, when all is said and done, they frequently remain at the bottom of the pile.

This is due partly to the fact that many professionals, opinion makers, communications media and centres of power, being located in affluent urban areas, are far removed from the poor, with little direct contact with their problems. This lack of physical contact and encounter, encouraged at times by the disintegration of our cities, can lead to a numbing of conscience and to tendentious analyses which neglect parts of reality. Today, however, we have to realize that a true ecological approach always becomes a social approach; it must integrate questions of justice in debates on the environment, so as to hear both the cry of the earth and the cry of the poor.

Instead of resolving the problems of the poor and thinking of how the world can be different, some can only propose a reduction in the birth rate. It is an attempt to legitimize the present model of distribution, where a minority believes that it has the right to consume in a way which can never be universalized, since the planet could not even contain the waste products of such consumption.

Inequity affects not only individuals but entire countries; it compels us to consider an ethics of international relations. The export of raw materials to satisfy markets in the industrialized north has caused harm locally, as for example in mercury pollution in gold mining or sulphur dioxide pollution in copper mining.

There is a pressing need to calculate the use of environmental space throughout the world for depositing gas residues which have been accumulating for two centuries and have created a situation which currently affects all the countries of the world.

The warming caused by huge consumption on the part of some rich countries has repercussions on the poorest areas of the world, especially Africa, where a rise in temperature, together with drought, has proved devastating for farming. They do here what they would never do in developed countries or the so-called first world. The foreign debt of poor countries has become a way of controlling them, yet this is not the case where ecological debt is concerned. In different ways, developing countries, where the most important reserves of the biosphere are found, continue to fuel the development of richer countries at the cost of their own present and future.

The land of the southern poor is rich and mostly unpolluted, yet access to ownership of goods and resources for meeting vital needs is inhibited by a system of commercial relations and ownership which is structurally perverse. The developed countries ought to help pay this debt by significantly limiting their consumption of non-renewable energy and by assisting poorer countries to support policies and programmes of sustainable development.

The poorest areas and countries are less capable of adopting new models for reducing environmental impact because they lack the wherewithal to develop the necessary processes and to cover their costs.

We must continue to be aware that, regarding climate change, there are differentiated responsibilities. There are no frontiers or barriers, political or social, behind which we can hide, still less is there room for the globalization of indifference. These situations have caused sister earth, along with all the abandoned of our world, to cry out, pleading that we take another course.

Never have we so hurt and mistreated our common home as we have in the last two hundred years. Yet we are called to be instruments of God our Father, so that our planet might be what he desired when he created it and correspond with his plan for peace, beauty and fullness. The problem is that we still lack the culture needed to confront this crisis. We lack leadership capable of striking out on new paths and meeting the needs of the present with concern for all and without prejudice towards coming generations.

The establishment of a legal framework which can set clear boundaries and ensure the protection of ecosystems has become indispensable; otherwise, the new power structures based on the techno-economic paradigm may overwhelm not only our politics but also freedom and justice.

It is remarkable how weak international political responses have been. The failure of global summits on the environment make it plain that our politics are subject to technology and finance.

There are too many special interests, and economic interests easily end up trumping the common good and manipulating information so that their own plans will not be affected.

Consequently the most one can expect is superficial rhetoric, sporadic acts of philanthropy and perfunctory expressions of concern for the environment, whereas any genuine attempt by groups within society to introduce change is viewed as a nuisance based on romantic illusions or an obstacle to be circumvented. Some countries are gradually making significant progress, developing more effective controls and working to combat corruption.

People may well have a growing ecological sensitivity but it has not succeeded in changing their harmful habits of consumption which, rather than decreasing, appear to be growing all the more. A simple example is the increasing use and power of air-conditioning. The markets, which immediately benefit from sales, stimulate ever greater demand. An outsider looking at our world would be amazed at such behaviour, which at times appears self-destructive.

In the meantime, economic powers continue to justify the current global system where priority tends to be given to speculation and the pursuit of financial gain, which fail to take the context into account, let alone the effects on human dignity and the natural environment.

Here we see how environmental deterioration and human and ethical degradation are closely linked. Many people will deny doing anything wrong because distractions constantly dull our consciousness of just how limited and finite our world really is. It is foreseeable that, once certain resources have been depleted, the scene will be set for new wars, albeit under the guise of noble claims.

War always does grave harm to the environment and to the cultural riches of peoples, risks which are magnified when one considers nuclear arms and biological weapons. But powerful financial interests prove most resistant to this effort, and political planning tends to lack breadth of vision.

What would induce anyone, at this stage, to hold on to power only to be remembered for their inability to take action when it was urgent and necessary to do so?

In some countries, there are positive examples of environmental improvement: rivers, polluted for decades, have been cleaned up; native woodlands have been restored; landscapes have been beautified thanks to environmental renewal projects; beautiful buildings have been erected; advances have been made in the production of non-polluting energy and in the improvement of public transportation.

These achievements do not solve global problems, but they do show that men and women are still capable of intervening positively. For all our limitations, gestures of generosity, solidarity and care cannot but well up within us, since we were made for love. At the same time we can note the rise of a false or superficial ecology which bolsters complacency and a cheerful recklessness. As often occurs in periods of deep crisis which require bold decisions, we are tempted to think that what is happening is not entirely clear.

Superficially, apart from a few obvious signs of pollution and deterioration, things do not look that serious, and the planet could continue as it is for some time.

Such evasiveness serves as a licence to carrying on with our present lifestyles and models of production and consumption. This is the way human beings contrive to feed their self-destructive vices: trying not to see them, trying not to acknowledge them, delaying the important decisions and pretending that nothing will happen. Finally, we need to acknowledge that different approaches and lines of thought have emerged regarding this situation and its possible solutions.

At one extreme, we find those who doggedly uphold the myth of progress and tell us that ecological problems will solve themselves simply with the application of new technology and without any need for ethical considerations or deep change. At the other extreme are those who view men and women and all their interventions as no more than a threat, jeopardizing the global ecosystem, and consequently the presence of human beings on the planet should be reduced and all forms of intervention prohibited.

Viable future scenarios will have to be generated between these extremes, since there is no one path to a solution. This makes a variety of proposals possible, all capable of entering into dialogue with a view to developing comprehensive solutions.

On many concrete questions, the Church has no reason to offer a definitive opinion; she knows that honest debate must be encouraged among experts, while respecting divergent views. But we need only take a frank look at the facts to see that our common home is falling into serious disrepair. Hope would have us recognize that there is always a way out, that we can always redirect our steps, that we can always do something to solve our problems.

There are regions now at high risk and, aside from all doomsday predictions, the present world system is certainly unsustainable from a number of points of view, for we have stopped thinking about the goals of human activity. Why should this document, addressed to all people of good will, include a chapter dealing with the convictions of believers?

I am well aware that in the areas of politics and philosophy there are those who firmly reject the idea of a Creator, or consider it irrelevant, and consequently dismiss as irrational the rich contribution which religions can make towards an integral ecology and the full development of humanity. Others view religions simply as a subculture to be tolerated. Nonetheless, science and religion, with their distinctive approaches to understanding reality, can enter into an intense dialogue fruitful for both.

Given the complexity of the ecological crisis and its multiple causes, we need to realize that the solutions will not emerge from just one way of interpreting and transforming reality. Respect must also be shown for the various cultural riches of different peoples, their art and poetry, their interior life and spirituality. If we are truly concerned to develop an ecology capable of remedying the damage we have done, no branch of the sciences and no form of wisdom can be left out, and that includes religion and the language particular to it.

The Catholic Church is open to dialogue with philosophical thought; this has enabled her to produce various syntheses between faith and reason.

Furthermore, although this Encyclical welcomes dialogue with everyone so that together we can seek paths of liberation, I would like from the outset to show how faith convictions can offer Christians, and some other believers as well, ample motivation to care for nature and for the most vulnerable of their brothers and sisters. Without repeating the entire theology of creation, we can ask what the great biblical narratives say about the relationship of human beings with the world.

Gen How wonderful is the certainty that each human life is not adrift in the midst of hopeless chaos, in a world ruled by pure chance or endlessly recurring cycles! The creation accounts in the book of Genesis contain, in their own symbolic and narrative language, profound teachings about human existence and its historical reality. They suggest that human life is grounded in three fundamental and closely intertwined relationships: with God, with our neighbour and with the earth itself.

According to the Bible, these three vital relationships have been broken, both outwardly and within us. This rupture is sin. The harmony between the Creator, humanity and creation as a whole was disrupted by our presuming to take the place of God and refusing to acknowledge our creaturely limitations. As a result, the originally harmonious relationship between human beings and nature became conflictual cf. It is significant that the harmony which Saint Francis of Assisi experienced with all creatures was seen as a healing of that rupture.

Saint Bonaventure held that, through universal reconciliation with every creature, Saint Francis in some way returned to the state of original innocence. We are not God. The earth was here before us and it has been given to us. Gen , has encouraged the unbridled exploitation of nature by painting him as domineering and destructive by nature.

This is not a correct interpretation of the Bible as understood by the Church. This implies a relationship of mutual responsibility between human beings and nature.

Each community can take from the bounty of the earth whatever it needs for subsistence, but it also has the duty to protect the earth and to ensure its fruitfulness for coming generations. The laws found in the Bible dwell on relationships, not only among individuals but also with other living beings.

Clearly, the Bible has no place for a tyrannical anthropocentrism unconcerned for other creatures. In our time, the Church does not simply state that other creatures are completely subordinated to the good of human beings, as if they have no worth in themselves and can be treated as we wish. In the story of Cain and Abel, we see how envy led Cain to commit the ultimate injustice against his brother, which in turn ruptured the relationship between Cain and God, and between Cain and the earth from which he was banished.

This is seen clearly in the dramatic exchange between God and Cain. Disregard for the duty to cultivate and maintain a proper relationship with my neighbour, for whose care and custody I am responsible, ruins my relationship with my own self, with others, with God and with the earth. When all these relationships are neglected, when justice no longer dwells in the land, the Bible tells us that life itself is endangered.

These ancient stories, full of symbolism, bear witness to a conviction which we today share, that everything is interconnected, and that genuine care for our own lives and our relationships with nature is inseparable from fraternity, justice and faithfulness to others.

In this way he gave humanity the chance of a new beginning. All it takes is one good person to restore hope! The biblical tradition clearly shows that this renewal entails recovering and respecting the rhythms inscribed in nature by the hand of the Creator. We see this, for example, in the law of the Sabbath. On the seventh day, God rested from all his work. He commanded Israel to set aside each seventh day as a day of rest, a Sabbath, cf.

Gen ; Ex ; Similarly, every seven years, a sabbatical year was set aside for Israel, a complete rest for the land cf. Lev This law came about as an attempt to ensure balance and fairness in their relationships with others and with the land on which they lived and worked. At the same time, it was an acknowledgment that the gift of the earth with its fruits belongs to everyone.

Praise him, you highest heavens, and you waters above the heavens! This is why we adore him. The writings of the prophets invite us to find renewed strength in times of trial by contemplating the all-powerful God who created the universe. Indeed, all sound spirituality entails both welcoming divine love and adoration, confident in the Lord because of his infinite power.

It is you who made the heavens and the earth by your great power and by your outstretched arm! He does not faint or grow weary; his understanding is unsearchable. The experience of the Babylonian captivity provoked a spiritual crisis which led to deeper faith in God.

Now his creative omnipotence was given pride of place in order to exhort the people to regain their hope in the midst of their wretched predicament.

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Just and true are your ways! The God who created the universe out of nothing can also intervene in this world and overcome every form of evil. Injustice is not invincible. A spirituality which forgets God as all-powerful and Creator is not acceptable. That is how we end up worshipping earthly powers, or ourselves usurping the place of God, even to the point of claiming an unlimited right to trample his creation underfoot. The best way to restore men and women to their rightful place, putting an end to their claim to absolute dominion over the earth, is to speak once more of the figure of a Father who creates and who alone owns the world.

Otherwise, human beings will always try to impose their own laws and interests on reality. We recognize that sustainable urban development and management are crucial to the quality of life of our people. We will work with local authorities and communities to renew and plan our cities and human settlements so as to foster community cohesion and personal security and to stimulate innovation and employment.

We will reduce the negative impacts of urban activities and of chemicals which are hazardous for human health and the environment, including through the environmentally sound management and safe use of chemicals, the reduction and recycling of waste and more efficient use of water and energy.

And we will work to minimize the impact of cities on the global climate system. We will also take account of population trends and projections in our national, rural and urban development strategies and policies.

Sustainable development cannot be realized without peace and security; and peace and security will be at risk without sustainable development. The new Agenda recognizes the need to build peaceful, just and inclusive societies that provide equal access to justice and that are based on respect for human rights including the right to development , on effective rule of law and good governance at all levels and on transparent, effective and accountable institutions.

Factors which give rise to violence, insecurity and injustice, such as inequality, corruption, poor governance and illicit financial and arms flows, are addressed in the Agenda. We must redouble our efforts to resolve or prevent conflict and to support post-conflict countries, including through ensuring that women have a role in peace-building and state-building. We call for further effective measures and actions to be taken, in conformity with international law, to remove the obstacles to the full realization of the right of self-determination of peoples living under colonial and foreign occupation, which continue to adversely affect their economic and social development as well as their environment.

We pledge to foster inter-cultural understanding, tolerance, mutual respect and an ethic of global citizenship and shared responsibility. We acknowledge the natural and cultural diversity of the world and recognize that all cultures and civilizations can contribute to, and are crucial enablers of, sustainable development.

Sport is also an important enabler of sustainable development. We recognize the growing contribution of sport to the realization of development and peace in its promotion of tolerance and respect and the contributions it makes to the empowerment of women and of young people, individuals and communities as well as to health, education and social inclusion objectives.

We reaffirm, in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, the need to respect the territorial integrity and political independence of States. Means of Implementation The scale and ambition of the new Agenda requires a revitalized Global Partnership to ensure its implementation. We fully commit to this. This Partnership will work in a spirit of global solidarity, in particular solidarity with the poorest and with people in vulnerable situations.

It will facilitate an intensive global engagement in support of implementation of all the Goals and targets, bringing together Governments, the private sector, civil society, the United Nations system and other actors and mobilizing all available resources. The means of implementation targets under Goal 17 and under each SDG are key to realising our Agenda and are of equal importance with the other Goals and targets. The Agenda, including the SDGs, can be met within the framework of a revitalized global partnership for sustainable development, supported by the concrete policies and actions as outlined in the outcome document of the Third International Conference on Financing for Development, held in Addis Ababa from July We recognize that the full implementation of the Addis Ababa Action Agenda is critical for the realization of the Sustainable Development Goals and targets.

We recognize that each country has primary responsibility for its own economic and social development. The new Agenda deals with the means required for implementation of the Goals and targets.

We recognize that these will include the mobilization of financial resources as well as capacity-building and the transfer of environmentally sound technologies to developing countries on favourable terms, including on concessional and preferential terms, as mutually agreed. Public finance, both domestic and international, will play a vital role in providing essential services and public goods and in catalyzing other sources of finance.

We acknowledge the role of the diverse private sector, ranging from micro-enterprises to cooperatives to multinationals, and that of civil society organizations and philanthropic organizations in the implementation of the new Agenda.

We recognize the major challenge to the achievement of durable peace and sustainable development in countries in conflict and post-conflict situations.

We emphasize that international public finance plays an important role in complementing the efforts of countries to mobilize public resources domestically, especially in the poorest and most vulnerable countries with limited domestic resources. An important use of international public finance, including ODA, is to catalyse additional resource mobilization from other sources, public and private. ODA providers reaffirm their respective commitments, including the commitment by many developed countries to achieve the target of 0.

We acknowledge the importance for international financial institutions to support, in line with their mandates, the policy space of each country, in particular developing countries. We recommit to broadening and strengthening the voice and participation of developing countries — including African countries, least developed countries, land-locked developing countries, small-island developing States and middle-income countries — in international economic decision-making, norm-setting and global economic governance.

We acknowledge also the essential role of national parliaments through their enactment of legislation and adoption of budgets and their role in ensuring accountability for the effective implementation of our commitments. Governments and public institutions will also work closely on implementation with regional and local authorities, sub-regional institutions, international institutions, academia, philanthropic organisations, volunteer groups and others.

We underline the important role and comparative advantage of an adequately resourced, relevant, coherent, efficient and effective UN system in supporting the achievement of the SDGs and sustainable development.

While stressing the importance of strengthened national ownership and leadership at country level, we express our support for the ongoing ECOSOC Dialogue on the longer-term positioning of the United Nations development system in the context of this Agenda.

Follow-up and review Our Governments have the primary responsibility for follow-up and review, at the national, regional and global levels, in relation to the progress made in implementing the Goals and targets over the coming fifteen years. To support accountability to our citizens, we will provide for systematic follow-up and review at the various levels, as set out in this Agenda and the Addis Ababa Action Agenda.

The High Level Political Forum under the auspices of the General Assembly and the Economic and Social Council will have the central role in overseeing follow-up and review at the global level.

Indicators are being developed to assist this work. Quality, accessible, timely and reliable disaggregated data will be needed to help with the measurement of progress and to ensure that no one is left behind. Such data is key to decision-making. Data and information from existing reporting mechanisms should be used where possible.

We agree to intensify our efforts to strengthen statistical capacities in developing countries, particularly African countries, least developed countries, landlocked developing countries, small island developing States and middle-income countries.

We are committed to developing broader measures of progress to complement gross domestic product GDP. A call for action to change our world Seventy years ago, an earlier generation of world leaders came together to create the United Nations. From the ashes of war and division they fashioned this Organization and the values of peace, dialogue and international cooperation which underpin it.

The supreme embodiment of those values is the Charter of the United Nations.

Today we are also taking a decision of great historic significance. We resolve to build a better future for all people, including the millions who have been denied the chance to lead decent, dignified and rewarding lives and to achieve their full human potential. We can be the first generation to succeed in ending poverty; just as we may be the last to have a chance of saving the planet.

The world will be a better place in if we succeed in our objectives. What we are announcing today — an Agenda for global action for the next fifteen years — is a charter for people and planet in the twenty-first century.

Children and young women and men are critical agents of change and will find in the new Goals a platform to channel their infinite capacities for activism into the creation of a better world. It is "We the Peoples" who are embarking today on the road to Our journey will involve Governments as well as Parliaments, the UN system and other international institutions, local authorities, indigenous peoples, civil society, business and the private sector, the scientific and academic community — and all people.

Millions have already engaged with, and will own, this Agenda. It is an Agenda of the people, by the people, and for the people — and this, we believe, will ensure its success. The future of humanity and of our planet lies in our hands. We have mapped the road to sustainable development; it will be for all of us to ensure that the journey is successful and its gains irreversible. Sustainable Development Goals and targets Following an inclusive process of intergovernmental negotiations, and based on the Proposal of the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals , which includes a chapeau contextualising the latter, the following are the Goals and targets which we have agreed.

The SDGs and targets are integrated and indivisible, global in nature and universally applicable, taking into account different national realities, capacities and levels of development and respecting national policies and priorities.

Targets are defined as aspirational and global, with each government setting its own national targets guided by the global level of ambition but taking into account national circumstances. Each government will also decide how these aspirational and global targets should be incorporated in national planning processes, policies and strategies.

It is important to recognize the link between sustainable development and other relevant ongoing processes in the economic, social and environmental fields. In deciding upon these Goals and targets, we recognise that each country faces specific challenges to achieve sustainable development, and we underscore the special challenges facing the most vulnerable countries and, in particular, African countries, least developed countries, landlocked developing countries and small island developing States, as well as the specific challenges facing the middle-income countries.

Countries in situations of conflict also need special attention. We recognize that baseline data for several of the targets remain unavailable, and we call for increased support for strengthening data collection and capacity building in Member States, to develop national and global baselines where they do not yet exist. We commit to addressing this gap in data collection so as to better inform the measurement of progress, in particular for those targets below which do not have clear numerical targets.

We encourage ongoing efforts by states in other fora to address key issues which pose potential challenges to the implementation of our Agenda; and we respect the independent mandates of those processes. We intend that the Agenda and its implementation would support, and be without prejudice to, those other processes and the decisions taken therein. Sustainable Development Goals Goal 1. End poverty in all its forms everywhere Goal 2.

End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture Goal 3. Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages Goal 4. Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all Goal 5. Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls Goal 6.

Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all Goal 7. Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all Goal 8.

Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all Goal 9. Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation Goal Reduce inequality within and among countries Goal Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable Goal Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns Goal Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development Goal Protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, sustainably manage forests, combat desertification, and halt and reverse land degradation and halt biodiversity loss Goal Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels Goal Goal 1.

End poverty in all its forms everywhere 1. End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture 2. Wretched, Mr. Tragic, Mr. Desolate, Mr.

James is even more dominate, controlling, kinky and wonderful! He is the perfect man! Romantic and swoony, alpha and dominate, kind and understanding and uber hot!!!

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I also loved Bianca in this one. There is one particular scene view spoiler [Toilet bowl revenge hide spoiler ] that had me in tears I was laughing so hard.

The steamy scenes in this book did not disappoint. Freaking hot! Being your Dom does that, Love. Their relationship is more solid and strong. There was for sure a lot of drama, but Bianca was more secure with her relationship with James, which was great to see. Love him! I want him to have his own book. Most awesome best friend ever. I loved how we got to see in his head a little bit in this book. They will always be there for each other no matter what, but they started to realize more in this book that others are there for them too.

This part may have had me tearing up just a bit You were the only good thing in my life, but you were so good that I knew it had all evened out. All of the bad was balanced because I got you out of it. Even jaded and abused and dead inside, I saw that clearly.

But the epilouge is pure perfection! I love this series! Each book is its own kind of wonderful! View all 30 comments.

Lilley , seduces and glues us in the pages, trying and failing not to fall in love with the one and only Mr.

James Cavendish. Arrogant, filt 4. Arrogant, filthy rich bastard, possessive, moody, completely insane and in serious need of therapy, romantic and the Dom of our dreams, he captivates and ensnares. James knows what he wants, what is at stake and he will stop at nothing.

He is a predator stalking his innocent prey, a prey so willing and ready to be claimed. You gotta love the man, just for his sheer debauchery and extravagance, in everything he does. His sensuality and deep feelings. What makes this book great, is the realistic and various interwoven relationships, sometime complex, toxic, hilarious or lifesaving between the characters.

And another man You can't wish for a better man to have your back. To take care of you. To love you more than you do yourself. And always put you first. Of course to claim happiness, you have to walk through hell.

Do it with love, looking stylish in your platforms, with patience and calmness. Bianca is the epitome of elegance in this book.

She has finally accepted James' possesion and she thrives in her new life. There is one last hurdle in their final sprint And then just them Now you will feel no cold, For each of you will be warmth to the other. Now there is no more loneliness for you. For each of you will be companion to the other. Now you are two bodies, But there is only one life before you. I loved them all!!! View all 46 comments. Cavendish My Bianca [image error].

View all 48 comments. Jan 01, Nicole rated it it was ok Shelves: Actual rating: I did not expect this. I wanted to think, you know, "objectively".

But as you can see, the rating is still 2 stars. I understand that sequels usually have a higher rating than the first books in any series, those who didn't like it are most likely to drop it but 4.

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It's one of the times when I feel like I've Actual rating: It's one of the times when I feel like I've read a different book from everybody else. View all 12 comments. Feb 12, Sarah rated it liked it. Somebody give that woman a medal because anyone who can orgasm on demand like that definitely deserves one The story felt fragmented, the book jumped from one scene to another and yes, there was lots of hot sex, but at t Somebody give that woman a medal because anyone who can orgasm on demand like that definitely deserves one View all 60 comments.

I really really loved this series. Throughout the book we saw the many faces of Mr. Beautiful himself. With James, you never know who or what you're going to get. Here goes MUSE, Mr. So if you're in between books or looking for something similiar to Fifty Shades of Grey It astounds me.

Perhaps we were made for each other. You're making me a believer, my love. I know I said I needed time, but that was a big fat lie. I fell in love with you more than a year ago, and those feelings never went away, not for me. I was just trying to protect my heart when I told you that I needed more time to fall for you. I've been here all along. That kind of love that makes us better people. There'll be no going back.

It was sinister. View all 47 comments. I listed the many reasons why this book series is my ultimate favorite in my review of book 1 and 2 so I will simply say that book 3 is my favorite out of all 3 books. We finally get to Bianca and James really cultivating their relationship in this book. The other woman drama is dramatically decreased and Bianca finally accepts that she needs to open herself up more to James. James remained steadfast with his need to make Bianca his forever, which makes me adore him more.

Book 3 is by far the mo I listed the many reasons why this book series is my ultimate favorite in my review of book 1 and 2 so I will simply say that book 3 is my favorite out of all 3 books. Book 3 is by far the most exciting and on the edge when Bianca's father finally catches up to her and I absolutely loved the epilogue.

I also listened to the audio version and still have no complaints with the narrator. I think she did a wonderful job with all the accents she had to impersonate. View all 18 comments.

Up in the Air series, book 3 of 3. Debut by R. Book 1: In Flight Book 2: Mile High Book 3: Grounded James Cavendish and Bianca Karlsson are both beautiful beyond words , but underneath those good looks are two very broken, flawed, lonely and haunted souls. This is the conclusion of their saga!

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Here is the order I recommend: James POV 0. James POV 1. In Flight, book 1, chapter — stop! In Flight, book 1, chapter 7 — stop! In Flight, book 1, chapter 8 — stop! In Flight, book 1, rest of book James POV 2. Grounded, book 3 James POV 3. As the story of Princess Buttercup Bianca and her Love comes to an end the 3rd and final verse of its theme song illustrates that Princess Buttercup very much wants her HEA: And on his stallion they rode away.

My love is like a storybook story. But it's as real as the feelings I feel.

Their tragic pasts have affected the progress of their relationship. Book 3 is also an intense roller-coaster ride with secrets and threats from their pasts. The suspense will keep you glued. And for Bianca it is about opening up and allowing people in. I feel like anything else I would want to say will be a spoiler. In this book I am happy to report that all the different Mister James are back.

I highly recommend this series. Lilley is an excellent story teller and an author to follow! Would I re-read this series: Would I read future books by this author: GIF approved by GR View all 8 comments. I Will Love You Forever And it was worth every second Such a well written story filled with lots of sex..

Ok yes.. I admit some kinky stuff but hey If Mr Cavendish wants that There was a story too I think it's wonderful how the book is about some other strong characters as well.. I was not bored for even a second! This story is filled with passion, love, pain, healing, violence, happiness and so much more!

We go through the story of Bianca and James falling in love with each other. Only one person comes to my mind obviously when I think of Mr Cavendish, and who can blame me?? I thought I'd make this review a little different using visuals-lets face it Pictures say so much more than words.. My favorite sides to this Amazzzzing man!!

Bianca finally gets to be happy in her life, with James and Stephan at her side.. Overcoming all her fears and her horrid past behind her View all 33 comments. You need to meet Mr. Mr, Grey, who? That man's mouth, only love! I have plans" "He's got you collared, Bianca.

That' some real serious shit from him. He's possessive as all hell about every inch of you" "Your body belongs to me, Bianca, no matter the fucking time of the month" Pick it up!!!!! Let Mr James Cavendish blow you away!!!!! And on top of that, I love the way how Tristan and Danika was introduced Unfortunately, we have a few things to get through first.

Grounded (Up in the Air #3)

Jules and Jolene have to be dealt with as does Bianca's Dad. Stephan needs to be happy but will it be with Javier? Then there's the major decision for Bianca if she can let go of her issues and just be happy with James. And James needs to be upfront about e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g!! One thing I can say for certain 4. One thing I can say for certain is that you will get a lot of answers, some will make you happy and some won't and some you definitely won't expect.

Cavendish aka Mr. Some of my favs are Mr. Pornstar, Mr. Kinky the kinky b stard! It's almost as if there is more Mr. Cavendish than James at least till towards the end. I think overall that Bianca has grown and she's accepted and opened up about a lot of things.

However, it did really bother me that at times she didn't think and went off on her own or just didn't answer her phone! The sex scenes are still really steamy.

With James' demeanor being more Mr. Some were pretty harsh the roses, piercings, and dark room and some were educational albeit gross! It was great when James and Bianca came to terms with some things and you just knew where they were headed. I enjoyed seeing them happy and getting to know James' friends more. I really enjoyed the epilogue! RKL says she will be writing Lana's book and I can't wait to read it. She's also writing a story called Bad Things which features two characters named Danika and Tristan!

I hope they are the same characters and I can't wait to read that one too! Favorite quotes: Not for pride, and not for my ego, but for my heart.

I thought that was a myth, but you saved me. View all 49 comments. Nov 17, Ada rated it it was amazing. Hello, Mr. Nov 08, CC rated it it was amazing Shelves: I really love this series. Since there is so much drama about his past women I have wondered why.

During this last book I figured out why. I simply love the way he loves her. It is epic and all consuming. You just never doubt it and he is so open about his feelings.

And I love that I feel it as I read the series. Safety Gang view spoiler [ in this book the sex tape is finally revealed. James is distraught. It was filmed years ago without his knowledge It is not a major portion of the book Sigh It was filmed years ago without his knowledge It is not a major portion of the book.

But Bianca does watch it and described it to us. It sucks but is really not that bad. It actually helps her understand how different James is with her than his past women.

She gets closure and I felt I did too. View all 56 comments. I want to have James' babies!In some coastal areas the disappearance of ecosystems sustained by mangrove swamps is a source of serious concern. Lev At the same time, it was an acknowledgment that the gift of the earth with its fruits belongs to everyone. Many countries remain vulnerable to debt crises and some are in the midst of crises, including a number of least developed countries, small-island developing States and some developed countries.

We acknowledge also the essential role of national parliaments through their enactment of legislation and adoption of budgets and their role in ensuring accountability for the effective implementation of our commitments. Here goes Feb 12, Sarah rated it liked it.

It was impossible not to fall in love with him all over again.

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