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Initial post: Jan 21, 2008 3:13:07 PM PST
I am new to Lori Foster's books, and while I enjoy reading them, something about them, time and time again, throws me out of the story.
In Jude's Law, Simon Says, and Causing Havoc, the heroes all use phrases from the 19th century. Its very unsettling, because you have this alpha male of the 21st century saying something so old world. (I obviously can't think of a specific example right now.) =+) But in the book Too Tempting To Touch all of the characters are running around talking about being ruined or ruining reputations by sleeping with women and letting it be known. Hellloooo...its 2000+ in America.

Does anyone else ever notice this with Foster or anyone else?

Posted on Jun 18, 2010 4:56:54 PM PDT
Kimko says:
I think it depends on where you live. In the midwest small community I live in, your reputation can still be ruined quite easily. People talk, and then it's all over with...
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