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Hothouse Flower by Krista RitchieRyke Meadows, meet Daisy Calloway ... she’s all grown up.
Twenty-five-year-old Ryke Meadows knows he’s hard to love. With a billion-dollar inheritance, a track-star resume, and an alpha-male personality—he redefines the term likable asshole. But he’s not living to make friends. Or enemies. He just wants to free climb three of the toughest mountains in Yosemite without drama or interruption.
And then he receives a distressed call from a girl in Paris—a girl that he has never been allowed to have.
Daisy Calloway is eighteen. Finally. With her newfound independence, she can say goodbye to her overbearing mother and continue her modeling career. Next stop, Paris. Fashion Week begins with a bang, and Daisy uncovers the ugly reality of the industry. She wants to prove to her family that she can live on her own, but when everything spirals out of control, she turns to Ryke to keep her secrets.
As Daisy struggles to make sense of this new world and her freedom, she pushes the limits and fearlessly rides the edge. Ryke knows there’s deep hurt beneath every impulsive action. He must keep up with Daisy, and if he lets her go, her favorite motto—“live as if you’ll die today”—may just come true.
New Adult Romance: recommended for readers 18+ for mature content
Hothouse Flower is a spin-off of the Addicted series. Kiss the Sky is required before reading, and we strongly recommend reading the Addicted series before this spin-off.
Addicted Series Recommended Reading Order
Addicted to You (Addicted #1)
Ricochet (Addicted #1.5) <--- The main characters meet here.
Addicted for Now (Addicted #2)
Kiss the Sky (Spin-Off)(Calloway Sisters #1)
Hothouse Flower (Spin-Off)(Calloway Sisters #2)
Thrive (Addicted #2.5)
Addicted After All (Addicted #3)
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The Strauss—Howe generational theory , also known as the Fourth Turning theory or simply the Fourth Turning , which was created by authors William Strauss and Neil Howe , describes a theorized recurring generation cycle in American history. According to the theory, historical events are associated with recurring generational personas archetypes. Each generational persona unleashes a new era called a turning in which a new social, political, and economic climate exists. Turnings tend to last around 20—22 years. They are part of a larger cyclical " saeculum " a long human life, which usually spans between 80 and 90 years, although some saecula have lasted longer. The theory states that after every saeculum, a crisis recurs in American history, which is followed by a recovery high.
The Fourth Turning is a book that initially appears to concern history and prophecy. The book gives a history of various social movements and uses the structure of these movements to make predictions about the social upheavals of the next three decades. However, it is also a work of sociology and philosophy. The authors believe that human history is divided into cycles or 'saeculum' and they attempt to show that intellectuals in fields as wide-ranging as history, literature, economics and biology have discovered these cyclical patterns. The 'saeculum' vary in length depending on culture, but in the Anglo-American World appear to occur every eighty to one-hundred years.
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Neil Howe Interview: “We Are 8 Years Into the Fourth Turning” What's Next? - MWC 2017
I am almost ashamed to review this book. It is like reviewing Fifty Shades of Grey —the mere fact that someone publicly admits he has read it degrades both him and his listeners. My only defense is that Steve Bannon has repeatedly stated this book is a major influence on his thought. So I sought wisdom by following his lead, but instead, I got a rotten egg. But it will be a task, after subjecting me to The Fourth Turning.
Look Inside. Dec 01, Minutes Buy. Dec 29, ISBN Jan 16, ISBN Dec 01, Minutes. William Strauss and Neil Howe base this vision on a provocative theory of American history. First comes a High, a period of confident expansion as a new order takes root after the old has been swept away.