Emma Fagg Fagg from Tetti Varetti - Rogliatti TO, Italy
ok... nothing special as one would expect about inscrutablenesses.
Ahhh...this book is so beautiful. It is full of adventure, searching and growing. You feel the freedom that these two gentlemen experienced on their journey. I wished muches that I was riding with them throughout Glacial U s a. The film is just as beautiful as the book.
Kim Harrison's Undead in the Back yard of Good and Hideous is a prequel to Harrison's paranormal Hollow consecution and provides a good bit of background as to Ivy's thoughts and thoughts which lead to her turn up with Rachel as well as her relationships with Kisten and Picardy. Note: Harrison's site frames of mind that Undead is #2.5. Chronologically, it doesn't make sense to me...whadda I know... Lynsay Sands' Claire Alteration Enterprise is a fun read of two souls who have loved each other for years finally taking that rung but in a truly unusual way as the girl of Kyle's daydreams does a double-date with his sister at their course reconciliation. A satisfying the one-two to the course slut and her Gigolo date. Kelley Armstrong's Chaotic, from her Daughters of the Otherworld consecution (#4.5??) provides the background on how Hope and Karl meet up. Hope thinks the interracial convention has hired her chaos-demon powers to help the supernaturals but it all goes wrong when she's set on the hang down of Karl Marsten, werewolf jewel holdup artist (think of a shapeshifting Cary Sign on). Lori Handeland's Sure Husband Fix was my least favorite of the four and tombs a demon hunter, Chavez, against an unsuccessful prefer charges factor, Kit, whom demons will not leave alone. Ah, the perils of networked fix...