E–pub/Pdf [Chasing the Dragon] By Kate Sherwood


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    Review Chasing the Dragon Summary Ø PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Kate Sherwood Kate Sherwood ☆ 2 Free download 35 stars Review posted August 14 2014Hunter in his mid thirties is a security contractor and weary of his job While on the way to his remote cabin Hunter saves Christian’s ass for the second time within a short period of time and offers him help Help to get clean and a bit of menial work at his cabin to compensate for board and lodge The weeks pass Christian gets back in shape and both of them feel attracted to one another Howev

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    E–pub/Pdf [Chasing the Dragon] By Kate Sherwood When a book makes me feel stupid from the start it's not a good signThere is a very important experiment from the 50s in which the investigators were looking for certain demonstrations but chance wanted them to fi

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    Review Chasing the Dragon E–pub/Pdf [Chasing the Dragon] By Kate Sherwood Summary Ø PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Kate Sherwood This story took me to plot directions that I didn't see coming added with characters with emotional baggage and messy relationship progress In other words this was MY kind of book and I loved every minute of itIt wasn't perfect I did have complaints but in the general sense this was the kind of story that I just ate up completely S

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    E–pub/Pdf [Chasing the Dragon] By Kate Sherwood Summary Ø PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Kate Sherwood BR with Isabel and Eva Thanks to my friends Chasing the Dragon didn’t know what it meant until a few years ago the best definition of it is It starts when you have your first high the world is peaceful everything is perfect you're numb but in the best way possible But soon it starts wearing off Fast Your mind races you're pulled out of your dream world You crave the drug and wanting to feel the same way as you did on your first high “R

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    Review Chasing the Dragon Kate Sherwood ☆ 2 Free download Summary Ø PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Kate Sherwood wow I was so in love with this Kate is a brilliant writer and will still be an autobuy for me but I'm NO prude I can forgive a TON of shit and I'm a total angst whore But Christian was unforgivable what he did was irredeemable and I thought Hunter was an idiot for going back for a second round While I won't ca

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    E–pub/Pdf [Chasing the Dragon] By Kate Sherwood This story begins with Hunter who is an ex security contractor trying to retire playing white knight to a young gay rent boy he sees being targeted Hunter scoops Christian up out of harm's way and takes him along on a drive to his northern BC cabin in the woods Unfortunately on arriving there Christian informs Hunter that

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    E–pub/Pdf [Chasing the Dragon] By Kate Sherwood Most of the time I can separate the fact that I disagree with the decisions a character makesthe direction the author takes from the actual writing of a story If I disagree I don't normally rate But I can't separate that here For a few reasons image One If anything like the Ten Commandments of MM romance exists

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    E–pub/Pdf [Chasing the Dragon] By Kate Sherwood This book was so damn good I think it's probably my favorite book from Kate Sherwood since Dark Horse I love both MCs Their stories were so interesting apart and then they're thrown together like this double whammy of goodness Ex military and heroin addict just sounds awesome to me You begin the book thinking

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    E–pub/Pdf [Chasing the Dragon] By Kate Sherwood I've been re reading Kate Sherwood's Dark Horse series as audio books and loving them so much the narrator is awesome I realised it had been a while since I'd tried anything new by this author So I grabbed Chasing the Dragon and well

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    Review Chasing the Dragon Kate Sherwood ☆ 2 Free download E–pub/Pdf [Chasing the Dragon] By Kate Sherwood Fabulous BRIt was the second time in my life that I've read about this metaphor Chasing Dragons But this was the first time that I truly understood it To chase the bliss of the first drug experiment An experiment that will never be achieved again but yet you can't stop trying to get it To get that fire that stat

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Review Chasing the Dragon

Chasing the Dragon Read & download é 2 Summary Ø PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Kate Sherwood Review Chasing the Dragon When mercenary Jack Hunter stumbles upon Christian Manning servicing a client in a back alley it stirs feelings he’s kept deeply buried Hunter becomes Christian's knight in shining armor when he rescues him from an attack and takes him to his secluded cabin to heal Being stuck in the cabin over the winter gives both men a chance to. When a book makes me feel stupid from the start it s not a good signThere is a very important experiment from the 50s in which the investigators were looking for certain demonstrations but chance wanted them to find other facts that would change the perspective of psychology and certain diseases They put an electrode on the nuccleus accumbens on a rat and every time the rat pushed a lever it was stimulated with electrical shocks The rat liked pushing the lever The rat loved it It preferred pushing that lever even than drinking eating or sleeping The time passed the most freuently those shocks were produced They had found the pleasure centersAbusers have it easier to be sick It s not because it gives them some kind of immunodeficiency but because they break their skin multiple times and that s the most effective barrier against infections Coma due to intoxication is nothing innocuous Passing out after drinking liters of alcohol could end up in aspiration pneumonia or pancreatitis or cigar burns Endocarditis is something to consider if you have persistent fever Maybe the pure drug is harmless but additives can give problems Et cetera They visit the hospital due to lots of reasons and sometimes it s because their veins are so eroded they don t find a place to inject the dosis You know there are no abstinence syndromes in hospitals They give you drugs to keep them at bay Nurses put the iv into the jugular or the femoral vein and the next day the bed is empty because they are happy to have found a new road for their addictionI m disappointed in the drug part I don t want to sound smug but I don t feel this is close to the real thing To begin with pleasure centers are NEVER recuperated in their totality They get better but not 100% as those a healthy person has Drug damage is forever which doesn t mean uitting is useless uitting is always good But never completely reversible The author makes you believe it s totally reversible but it s not Abusing and then curing is a lie Better to prevent than to cure AND easier to destroy than to create except cancer Those two statements are true in almost everythingYou know about the brain reward circuit It s the same circuit we exercise when we do things that make you feel pleasure Like sex game food and success It s essential for our survival as we seek to breed and eat and outdo ourselves to get better in life It makes you chase that feeling so you repeat and repeat the acts you have done to achieve that feeling You study you have good marks you are successful you study Then there is the pain circuit the one that punishes you Social exclusion physical pain grief You run away from them You stop studying you fail you feel like crap you stop being lazyIt s related to memory motivation and pleasure And when you abuse it with drugs you want and because you are less and less sensitive to the neurotransmitters that activate said circuit mostly dopamine and serotonin So you take and and When you uit you don t feel the same pleasure you used to feel when you read a book or watched a movie or had sex You lose the ability to feel pleasure at simple things and you lose motivation and concentration Your only love is the drug And your brain complains at the withdrawal You know what is the best way to erase a headache after a drunkenness Drinking alcohol It s infallible But you d end up alcoholic Your brain complains at the sudden absence of that substance it has gotten used to Morbid obesity is related to this pathway too That last disease is treated with stomach bypass but the real cure would be burning the hypothalamus Drug abuse is the same You use heroin you feel amazing you take You stop using heroin you feel like crap and even hurts you take Of course there is a certain border you have to cross to stop feeling the pleasure effect and start feeling the punishment effects In the beginning you seek the drug for its reward effects After some time you seek it to avoid the punishment effects Fun is temporal There are differences of course With some drugs you only develop psychological dependence and never physical With some the punishment effects come very late and the opposite for another ones There are lots of variations based on the kind of drug and the way of taking it In any case rich people have no problem they pay the heroin or any other drug of choice and have it available every time No abstinence But normal people normal people have it difficult It s an expensive hobby and often not compatible with a normal living or job Abstinence and hellWith Christian It seemed that uitting heroin after several years using it is a piece of cake And he deciding to do so out of the blue with no reason at all After everything else he let to happen in order to remain with his true love Really I don t buy it And when he uits after 3 YEARS capital letters because it s not a small thing he is as fast as ever body and mind Like if the constant mindfuck had never really happened This is sci fi Addiction part no realistic at allBook One made me feel stupid Seriously Hunter is supposed to be 35 give or take But he behaves like a teen He doesn t know what he wants He has zero personality He lets Christian do what he wishes because he has no willpower so he can t do anything to stop him If Christian was surreal Hunter is empty as a kicked Coke can I don t feel there is some kind of intelligence or past in any of them they are so flat and superficial as they seem They have been together for weeks and there is no bond small or big as if time has not really passed Have they really interacted during that time There are only two people in a cabin out in the woods so at least some contact is expected not necessarily in the physical or romantic sphere but still They don t feel like real people for meBook Two is better We meet Christian s POV and even though his past was dubious and dark or maybe precisely because of that he s by far interesting But he s most of the time view 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Summary Ø PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Kate SherwoodChasing the Dragon

Chasing the Dragon Read & download é 2 Summary Ø PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Kate Sherwood Review Chasing the Dragon Get their lives in order Christian is struggling to break his heroin addiction and Hunter needs to get away from the organization he helped start years before a group of people who don’t appreciate being told no It’s a toss up which goal is difficult Their new starts spark a relationship between them but nothing good comes cheap. This story begins with Hunter who is an ex security contractor trying to retire playing white knight to a young gay rent boy he sees being targeted Hunter scoops Christian up out of harm s way and takes him along on a drive to his northern BC cabin in the woods Unfortunately on arriving there Christian informs Hunter that he s a heroin addict and the next stretch of time is likely to be unpleasant unless Hunter can pull off a miracle One of the things I really liked about this book was that he didn t He talked to a doctor friend got all the supplies he could come by and basically Christian had to go through what he went through No miracles just time and life and two strong menChristian s problems as a recovering addict were well done and didn t disappear later in the book which I really appreciated Although there is insta lust at the beginning the love that Hunter comes to feel for the young man in his care happens slowly and believably even for a man who previously identified as straight And I was very impressed by the way the situation came to a head a perfect gut punch that was believable for both men That first part was an easy 5 stars for meThe story jumps ahead in time and I had issues with the next part What had been mainly a contemporary book about two men facing life changes and the tough issues of addiction and their pasts became a thriller The relationship was still heart and center of it but the pressures on that relationship became melodramatic and I missed the real world intensity of the earlier low key drama I also had a real problem with a critical plot point view spoilerI could see no real reason why the corporation would put Christian through training They could have used him just as effectively by offering some mundane post He d have been just as available and easier to control Why give those skills to a tool of that type Why let him potentially make friends or allies like Bob It seemed done only to make the final drama seem possible hide spoiler

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Chasing the Dragon Read & download é 2 Summary Ø PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Kate Sherwood Review Chasing the Dragon Despite the complications Hunter wants but Christian is resistant to making that commitment When Hunter’s private security company threatens them only nurturing the fragile trust they formed at the beginning of their love affair will save them But for two men with very dark pasts relying on each other might be easier said than don. Most of the time I can separate the fact that I disagree with the decisions a character makesthe direction the author takes from the actual writing of a story If I disagree I don t normally rate But I can t separate that here For a few reasons image One If anything like the Ten Commandments of MM romance exists then this book breaks one of them This is a MAJOR EFFING SPOILER Consider yourself warned if you open it view spoiler In an effort to save himself and because Hunter is too good for him the tstl smack whore Christian SLEEPS WITH HUNTER S LITTLE SISTER In the place where he and Hunter bonded And Hunter walks in on them hide spoiler

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  • Chasing the Dragon
  • Kate Sherwood
  • English
  • 28 January 2020
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