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Read Fragment

I'm a co-blogger at All Things Urban Fantasy, while Read Fragment is where other genres wash ashore.

Currently reading

Angel & Faith: Live Through This
Christos Gage, Rebekah Isaacs, Phil Noto, Joss Whedon
Rooftoppers
Katherine Rundell
Carniepunk
Kevin Hearne, Kelly Gay, Jackie Kessler, Nicole Peeler, Kelly Meding, Hillary Jacques, Allison Pang, Jaye Wells, Delilah S. Dawson, Rob Thurman, Rachel Caine, Seanan McGuire, Mark Henry, Jennifer Estep
A Stitch in Time
Amanda James
The Demon's Lexicon
Sarah Rees Brennan
The Wicked Deeds of Daniel Mackenzie (Mackenzies Series)
Jennifer Ashley
Talk Me Down - Victoria Dahl I had to revisit this review, just as I often revisit this book. Dahl's Tumble Creek series is a favorite of mine to re-read, and "Talk Me Down" is a favorite within the series. While the drama/thriller portion of the story doesn't do much for me, I adore the relationship between the main characters. Molly makes me laugh out loud, and the development of her relationship with Ben is steamy and sweet.

Re-read 2/9/11 - Recommended this one to my girlfriend last weekend, she loved it so much I had to re-read it again myself. I love, love, love this book. I finished it with a happy sigh. It cracks me up that the last time I read this book was just this past November (and now I'm re-reading it in February. I read this every 4 months? Really?!). I'm such a sucker for Victoria Dahl.

Re-read July 2011 - Waiting for all the August releases sent me back to TALK ME DOWN. Even though Netgalley came through with advanced copies of GOOD GIRLS DON'T and BAD BOYS DO, I still came back to TMD for a booster shot afterwards.

re-read Nov 2011 - Three times in one year, who has a problem? Read Olivia Cunnings BACKSTAGE PASS again, which got me all hot and bothered for great characters (and hot bothering). While TALK ME DOWN isn't as "erotica-y" as BACKSTAGE PASS, the chemistry between Molly and Ben is fabulously well written. I tend to skim the parts from the "stalkers" POV, but all of the scenes in The Bar (and the truck) have me slowing down and savoring every word.