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The Next 365 Days: A Novelvolume 3 (365 Days Bestselling)

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In the books, Massimo does unforgivable things that make this animal lover ready for him to live in a permanent cage. I liked the fact that Laura didn’t just all the sudden fall for someone else, but it happened slowly and naturally, as she felt more distance between herself and Massimo. The official novel synopsis reads: "As the wife of Don Massimo Torricelli, one of the most dangerous Mafia bosses in Sicily, Laura's life is a roller coaster. Wiadomo - poszukaj sobie zajęcia to depresja minie ❤️ Na co też warto zwrocić uwagę podczas najgorszego okresu w życiu córki? Following this experience, Lipinska plans to keep her relationships private, but will still look to past ones for inspiration.

Read more about the condition New: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages. After watching absolutely nothing happen except people carouse clubs, whine about their lives, (actually wine) and dine amid one music video after another – viewers deserved a proper ending.DAYS OF WONDER is a beautiful companion to the novel: a collection of quotes and wise words, one for every day of the year. She persuades Laura to give Nacho time to explain himself, insisting he's not a bad person, he's "just loyal to his father". She doesn't immediately ask anything about the child, when she does, she doesn't question if it's okay, rather asks where IT IS (she was 4 moths prego, where can it go?

If you do some quick digging on the books (via Republic World), you will find that the “365 Days” series gets pretty dark on the Laura/Massimo front. We'll also see Magdalena Lamparska and Otar Saralidze as Laura's friend Olga and Massimo’s consigliere Domenico. She tries to forget her experiences and move on with her life, but her love for Massimo refuses to die. Nacho and Laura fall for each other and a jealous Massimo kills Prada as an enraged warning of sorts, although he later denies doing so. No one wants to see any animal harmed, and Massimo doing so would have been a death blow to the character.Lipinska said much of the novels are based on real events in her and her friends' lives, but is reticent to identify which parts. I think the author put this line in there so that Laura felt better at 'trying' to help her marriage.

It seems as though Blanka Lipinska wanted to show how a bad person will be bad at the end of the day, no matter how much he tries to change it.Registered office address: Unit 34 Vulcan House Business Centre, Vulcan Road, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE5 3EF. IF THIS IS A KIND OF SHOWING "EVILS ARE EVILS JUST WAIT FOR THEM TO SHOW REAL THEMSELVES AT BAD TIMES". Annoyed with the lack of openness about sex, she took it upon herself to start a discussion about the many sides of love. Massimo denies killing her dog which prompts Laura to fall into his trap by going to Massimo’s place as he puts the blame on Nacho. She got jealous and told Laura, that Nacho was playing with her feelings so Laura and Massimo got back together.

He successfully attempts to turn her against Nacho and she goes home with Massimo, only to realise that he deceived her. Either way, the result is the same as Laura ends up losing her baby as a result of the traumatic event.

After many 365 Days viewers criticized the first movie for the problematic elements of having Laura fall in love with her captor, her leaving to be with Nacho would allow the less troubling relationship to win out (even if the movie Nacho has his fair share of blood on his hands, too. I must say that at the end of the last book, I didn’t like that Laura was starting to become attracted to Nacho when she had such strong feelings for Massimo. Spoiler alert* According to the book, Laura survives the assassination attempt made at the end of the first book and is the main subject in the second.

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