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In reply to an earlier post on Aug 21, 2007 6:02:52 PM PDT
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Reba/Cassy

Hi sweetie. Had a nice chat with Cathy Spangler yesterday. Very informative. Left you a mess on Leanne's thread but guess you didn't see it.

Have a good one.

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In reply to an earlier post on Aug 21, 2007 8:22:05 PM PDT
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In reply to an earlier post on Aug 21, 2007 8:31:53 PM PDT
SpeedyReader says:
hahahaha....making fun of breastfeeding during sex post comment cracks me up. Now I am really curious. I think I am going to borrow the book "Lord of the Deep" from the library and just skip to the Tree Sex part. hahahahah

Carol

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 21, 2007 8:43:47 PM PDT
SpeedyReader says:
Reba/Leeanne/Silky,

Did I miss something? Why all the negativeness? How did this forum get so ugly so fast? I am out of here.

Carol

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In reply to an earlier post on Aug 21, 2007 9:02:49 PM PDT
April M says:
So why not just ignore her?

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 21, 2007 9:07:49 PM PDT
April M says:
Tracy, you'd think the author would realize how bad that premise is the first time she pitched it. Ugh!

Are you really considered a born-again virgin after only one year? Ha!

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In reply to an earlier post on Aug 21, 2007 9:16:41 PM PDT
April M says:
I guess I'm not in on the joke.

Oh well. Wouldn't be the first time. :)

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In reply to an earlier post on Aug 21, 2007 10:05:07 PM PDT
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April, I think it best to ignore things...but this place has nice people and they just don't buy into that sort of thing.

Besides, tomorrow is my birthday!!!!! I got some very exciting news today and about to spill my gord keeping it in. Sorry, I have to keep lips zipped for about 48 hours.

So how about a happy birthday practice session?? I'm baking the cake. Wish I could pass it around to everyone!

About the tree sex...sorry, I read it. Amazingly, original book! Don't prejudge. It's not sex with a tree, that was misleading, but the tree getting "frisky" with the couple having sex. It is a FANTASY. Read for yourself. I always like to make up my own mind about things. Beautiful writing. No splinters...mwhahahaa

And sheesh, Selkies are a staple in Scottish Lore. Melanie Jackson did one called The Seklie. There are lots of lore books about the Selkies. Men and women who came to shore to find human mates. They were so beautiful no human could resist them. Only they could only live onshore for a year and a day. Supposedly my family has Selkie blood. I wrote an essay about it. Those wanting to know more can find it on my website.

I believe Anne Stuart did a story about one in an anthology but don't recall the title and several romance books used the them. Christine Dorsey, maybe? Couple others.

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In reply to an earlier post on Aug 22, 2007 5:20:12 AM PDT
S. M. Tucker says:
Having half-read (and I don't often stop before I've finished) one lousy book by each I don't read Lisa Kleypas or Cheryl Holt and only the fact that I'd already read a lot of things I liked by her kept me reading Kinley McGregor (aka Sherrilyn Kenyon) after 'Master Of Desire'. I truly don't believe in throwing books in the trash can (after all, even though I didn't like them, SOMEONE might so they go a niece or sister as a rule or, if not, then to the second-hand bookstore) but I actually made exceptions for the one book each of the first two authors and for 'Master'. I'll do some research later and give the titles of the Holt and Kleypas books. Tastes vary, though; in a post on a different topic I saw the Kleypas one praised quite highly.

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In reply to an earlier post on Aug 22, 2007 5:30:23 AM PDT
Daring Di says:
If the review has been removed, why are you posting it here?

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 22, 2007 5:50:07 AM PDT
Kleypas seems to polarize people. No middle ground on her. Nice of you to see that what you don't like someone else may love.

I have I really hate, full of bad history, characters that irritate me, and then see someone absolutely loving it.
Adventures in reading, eh?

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In reply to an earlier post on Aug 22, 2007 6:03:04 AM PDT
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Silky says:
Grisham's The Chamber is the worst book ever. Couldn't get through it

In reply to an earlier post on Aug 22, 2007 11:05:33 AM PDT
Ms.Kara says:
A three-way with a tree! I don't even know how to react to that, but some authors are talented enough to make that a beautiful thing I suppose. As to selkies, I agree, there has already been lots of myths and legends and stories about them for centuries. In Darkness Falls by Shannon Drake, the hero's wife was turned into a selkie. Also in the Last Mermaid-there are 3 stories in it- one of the stories features a merman. One of my favorite movies is the Secret of Roan Innish which prominently features a selkie story.
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