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Old 01-04-2020, 06:43 PM   #3281
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_Good In Bed_ by Jennifer Weiner. Yes, I know, I'm coming late to the party. I actually bought the book sometime last year. But I heard an interview with Jennifer Weiner and decided maybe I should go ahead and read it.
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I finally bought and am starting the first in the Game of Thrones series.

I loved the show sooo much. I’m excited to see what extras/differences the books hold.
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Wonderfully written. This author's first novel, captivating writing style, held my attention. It was a "I can't put it down". Highly recommend, even if you have to be 99 on a waiting list!

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I liked this book. But i do like kris byrant books in general.
She writes mostly lesbian romance, which until a few years ago i thought wouldn't be something i would be interested in.
This book is a more easy book of hers to read. You pretty much know where the story will end.
Its not my favourite of hers, but still it was good to read.
Kris Bryant books i can recommend whole heartedly are Touch (the chemistry is off the chart in this book), Forget Me Not, Falling. And Taste is a absolute great book if you are into cooking and romance (one of my favs because of the way kris describes the cooking and food side of things)
And if you like fairy short stories And kittens that steal the limelight in a book Tinsel. (i am more of a dog fan but even i fell in love with this precious kitten)
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_Kitty and the Midnight Hour_ by Carrie Vaughn. Werewolves, vampires, sex. I'm not sure I'm really going to like this book - although it has a lot of fans - but I'll probably finish it. It will be a quick and easy read, and right now I need some bubblegum for my brain.
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I finished _Kitty and the Midnight Hour_ by Carrie Vaughn. IThen I finished _Kitty Goes to Washington_, and now I'm reading _Kitty Takes a Holiday_. They're amusing and very relaxing.

I've also started _Make Your Home Among Strangers_ by Jennine Capo Crucet. It's a book that wouldn't normally have appeared on my radar, but about a week ago there was a story in the Chronicle of Higher Education. Apparently some special snowflake students at a Georgia public college (I forget which one) had a book burning. The book is required reading for all entering freshmen, and it's part of their cultural diversity program. Some white students took the whole white privilege idea wrong, as some usually do. Well, just say "book burning" and it makes me want to read the book. It's a YA novel about a Cuban American college student and her experiences attending a prestigious and mostly white college. I'm looking forward to it.
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_Kitty and the Midnight Hour_ by Carrie Vaughn. Werewolves, vampires, sex. I'm not sure I'm really going to like this book - although it has a lot of fans - but I'll probably finish it. It will be a quick and easy read, and right now I need some bubblegum for my brain.
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I finished _Kitty and the Midnight Hour_ by Carrie Vaughn. IThen I finished _Kitty Goes to Washington_, and now I'm reading _Kitty Takes a Holiday_. They're amusing and very relaxing.

I've also started _Make Your Home Among Strangers_ by Jennine Capo Crucet. It's a book that wouldn't normally have appeared on my radar, but about a week ago there was a story in the Chronicle of Higher Education. Apparently some special snowflake students at a Georgia public college (I forget which one) had a book burning. The book is required reading for all entering freshmen, and it's part of their cultural diversity program. Some white students took the whole white privilege idea wrong, as some usually do. Well, just say "book burning" and it makes me want to read the book. It's a YA novel about a Cuban American college student and her experiences attending a prestigious and mostly white college. I'm looking forward to it.
I have been looking for some brain bubblegum in the form of a good long series and i see that there are FOURTEEN of these??? Will definitely check them out

Like, i sincerely enjoyed the MaryJanice Davidson Undead and Unpopular, etc. series...
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