Love And War
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Braxton revealed to Essence that she originally intended the song "Hot Sugar" to be released as the lead single from her second album, saying "given everything that happened to Vince and I [sic] this year, and everything we went through in our marriage, this song was fitting to me and Vince", explaining "I've been in love before, and I've gotten my feelings hurt before but I've never experienced passion until I met Vince". She added "I've never argued this much with a person, and I've never loved this hard. That's what this song is about."
Singer-songwriter Lady Gaga, who was signed by Braxton's best friend and Streamline Records founder Leshelle Driver in 2007, promoted the single via social networking site Twitter, to over 31 million followers. VH1 writer Bené Viera commented that "Gaga is like family to Vince & Tamar" and that it was "sweet of her to use her super fame to show Tamar love".
And this season, in particular, they leaned into Tariq's inner struggles and honed in on his love of family. Because at the end of the day, Tariq really went off the rails when his family broke apart.
The storyline has involved beyond Tasha, but she's forever a part of the universe and forever a part of Tariq. His love for his mother and sister is one of the things that motivates him for more, and it's admirable.
The game was first written in 2021. This game was not meant to promote the military or the act of fighting. I don't condone war happening for any reason and I wish everyone around the world love and peace.
All in Love and War is a +18 romantic drama Visual Novel. It focuses on an age-gap relationship between two Marines of different ranks. Read about Jayden as he goes through this bittersweet love towards his Sergeant Major. If you would like to read the VN without explicit content, there is an SFW version you can download down below.
While most prefer happy ending story, I do appreciate this kind of ending. It's almost realistic. I think this VN tries to give me lesson of life: It reminds me personally that life is uncertain, death is certain, IMO many tends to forget nor ignore the facts. And losing someone you dearly love is inevitable, and one must accept the fact, and go on, or live in the past, a choice must be made. Once again, it is appreciated. Thank you for the work, salute.
Great to hear you loved the VN! All in Love and War will have a build that will continue and complete the story in the near future, it's just going to take some time since I'm really busy with stuff.
Honey sweetie lovely Jaydy! What a name! I'm kinda jealous for Jayden, he has a cute nickname. I feel like when Hardy (my type) calls me Jaydy, my heart will jump for a split sec and get blushed in an instant.
Ah, intimate, I guess that's what I'm trying to say, considering Hardy himself to give the name, so it do feels intimate. I also love the way you create awkward scenes about them, such as the morning scene in Hardy's dorm room and the entrance to the motel ones. It's funny and I can feel the awkward and clumsiness between the two of them, trying to overcome it. for they are trying to be discreet. I would love to have another moments alike.
I love the VN you are doing a fantastic job, I love older daddy love interest and there are so hard to find in games im glad i found this one. I was thinking maybe you could consider using the drinking game to pick your preference with Hardy . Just an interesting idea that crossed my mind. I love to play a submissive character which could make for fun dynamic considering military ranks but by using the conversation option route a player can land on the dynamic of dominant verse or whatever they want in a fun way and then play over for another dynamic if they wish. Just throwing out an idea. Love the game and look foward to future updates :)
I just finished the first play through and I absolutely love it! I love the characters, the way it's developing... you're doing a wonderful job! I can't wait for the next installment! I filled out the survey, too, and I hope you take the feedback into consideration. Keep up the great work, my friend! Congrats on an awesome first VN ?
Really great start to an amazing story! The only thing that seemed off to me was how fast the Jayden said "I love you" to Hardy. A moment ago Jayden says "I like you" and then Hardy tells Jayden that he loves him. Jayden then says I love you back to Hardy even though he just admitted to liking Hardy a moment ago and it seems a bit forced. They may have known each other for years but Jayden only realizes his affection for Hardy during the party which was only a day ago. It just seemed to move too fast for Jayden to say "I love you" to Hardy. Just my personal opinion though. Other than that, I love the story and the romance. The artwork is also charming. Keep up the amazing work!
Ah, thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed the VN that much! As for that specific moment regarding Jayden, Jayden felt a little embarrassed saying "I love you" at first, but then when he heard Hardy say "I love you" he felt like saying "I love you" back. This will be addressed later in the story.
Yet there is also love. Not wedding picture love. Instead, there is the love that comes from intense, shared hardship. There is the love that rises from desperate hope. There is the love that comes when hope is a witness to people enduring the unspeakable.
What the Eldredge bestsellers Wild at Heart did for men, and Captivating did for women, LOVE & WAR will do for married couples everywhere. John and Stasi Eldredge have contributed the quintessential works on Christian spirituality through the experience of men and the experience of women and now they turn their focus to the incredible dynamic between those two forces. With refreshing openness that will grab readers from the first page, the Eldredges candidly discuss their own marriage and the insights they've gained from the challenges they faced. Each talks independently to the reader about what they've learned, giving their guidance personal immediacy and a balance between the male and female perspectives that has been absent from all previous books on this topic. They begin LOVE & WAR with an obvious but necessary acknowledgement: Marriage is fabulously hard. They advise that the sooner we get the shame and confusion off our backs, the sooner we'll find our way through. LOVE & WAR shows couples how to fight for their love and happiness, calling men and women to step into the great adventure God has waiting for them together. Walking alongside John and Stasi Eldredge, every couple can discover how their individual journeys are growing into a story of meaning much greater than anything they could do or be on their own.From the Hardcover edition. ...read more Format audiobook
After Kyung drops Hawkeye off back in camp, he sings a completely different tune about her to B.J. and Potter. He wonders aloud whether or not Kyung would consider going out with him, but Potter, accurately pointing out that love and war don't mix, cautions him to not let himself fall in love, adding that "for every hello, there are two goodbyes". But Hawkeye is already too far gone and begins spending more time at Kyung's estate and help her out where he can. Some two weeks later and apropos of nothing, Hawkeye asks Kyung out to dinner; she initially thinks he wants to join her and her people at their evening meal, but when he reveals that it's actually a date, she is hesitant at first, but agrees to go with him the next evening.
From Aphrodite to Wonder Woman, we continue to be fascinated by powerful female protagonists, an interest that can be traced back to our earliest written records. Ishtar (the word comes from the Akkadian language; she was known as Inanna in Sumerian) was the first deity for which we have written evidence. She was closely related to romantic love, but also familial love, the loving bonds between communities, and sexual love.
She was also a warrior deity with a potent capacity for vengeance, as her lover would find out. These seemingly opposing personalities have raised scholarly eyebrows both ancient and modern. Ishtar is a love deity who is terrifying on the battlefield. Her beauty is the subject of love poetry, and her rage likened to a destructive storm. But in her capacity to shape destinies and fortunes, they are two sides of the same coin. 781b155fdc