Book 3 of the After series—newly revised and expanded, Anna Todd's After fanfiction racked up 1 billion reads online and captivated readers across the globe. Experience the internet's most talked-about book for yourself from the writer Cosmopolitan called “the biggest literary phenomenon of her generation.”
Tessa and Hardin’s love was complicated before. Now it’s more confusing than ever. AFTER WE FELL...Life will never be the same. #HESSA
Just as Tessa makes the biggest decision of her life, everything changes. Revelations about first her family, and then Hardin’s, throw everything they knew before in doubt and makes their hard-won future together more difficult to claim.
Tessa’s life begins to come unglued. Nothing is what she thought it was. Not her friends. Not her family. The one person she should be able to rely on, Hardin, is furious when he discovers the massive secret she’s been keeping. And rather than being understanding, he turns to sabotage.
Tessa knows Hardin loves her and will do anything to protect her, but there’s a difference between loving someone and being able to have them in your life. This cycle of jealousy, unpredictable anger, and forgiveness is exhausting. She’s never felt so intensely for anyone, so exhilarated by someone’s kiss—but is the irrepressible heat between her and Hardin worth all the drama? Love used to be enough to hold them together. But if Tessa follows her heart now, will it be...the end?
After We Fell book summary coming soon..
Can be a pure, romantic, love story without all the cussing. The cussing makes it rather a distraction to read and enjoy. 35
Read this series on Wattpad. Love Anna Todd 45
I can not get enough of this series! The tears, the love, the joy.. this book has it all. 55
Okay I love this book but DEFINITELY the most heartbreaking of the series! 55
I’m reading this now and love it just as much as the first two! 55
EU Japan Adequacy Fact sheet | JanuDecisionary 2019 Věra Jourová Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers What happens to the personal data transferred from the EU to Japan? Japan has recently modernised its data protection law applicable to the private sector, bringing it closer to the European standards. Following the negw” app otiations with the European Commission, the Japanese Government has adopted the Supplementary Rules applicable only to data transferred from the EU, thereby filling the remaining gaps. As a result, whenever the data travel from the EU to Japan, the same guarantees as those under the EU law will continue to apply. data is only processed for the purpose for which they were legally transferred from the EU, unless EU citizens give their consent for processing for a different purpose; data is processed to the extent necessary for this purpose; data is kept for no longer than necessary for this purpose; the data is kept accurate and up to date; data is never further transferred to individuals or entities abroad which do not guarantee an adequate level of protection, unless consent of EU individuals is obtained for such a transfer; the processing should be done under appropriate security measures, protected against unauthorised or unlawful processing and against accidental loss, destruction or damage; additional safeguards apply to sensitive data (data revealing health conditions, sexual orientation, political opinions etc.). Justice and Consumers EU individuals will benefit from rights equivalent to those that they have in the EU. Notably, everyone will have the right to: be informed about the purpose of processing of his or her personal data; request access to his or her personal data; request correction or deletion of his or her personal data if they are inaccurate. What happens if something goes wrong? Similarly as in the EU, if these safeguards and rights are not respected, there are enforcement mechanisms, in terms of both oversight by an independent public authority and avenues for judicial and administrative redress. This includes: an independent supervisory authority; In Japan, the independent data protection authority (PPC) can investigate about the processing of personal data by Japanese business operators and, if it finds irregularities, can issue binding decisions. possibilities to obtain redress; If an EU individual is not happy with how his or her data have been processed or his or her rights respected, he or she can: • Have recourse to extensive mediation possibilities existing in Japan; • Complain to the Japanese data protection authority (PPC) to obtain redress via a binding decision of the latter; • File a civil action with a Japanese court to obtain damages or injunction. 55
Anna Todd never disappoints!!! Amazing story!!! I cant seem to quit reading!!! 55
Amazing read couldn’t put it down! Loved everything about this whole series. All the love and heartbreak thru the whole series starting with book 1 to book 4 I just loved it. 55
This book to me defines the whole story itself. 55