Shelves: not-what-i-thought , not-a-standalone , meh-and-only-astar This story was okay for me. For now, I am just going to assume that there are additional books. I enjoy books that can use dialog in retrospect of the time that the characters are currently in. But This story was okay for me. But then there are times that you really wish that they moved on the general usage of a word because it becomes annoying and too redundant. That being said, the random innuendos came off as just bad timing to me.
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Donned a spandex bikini and danced through city streets to hundreds of sensuous steel drums? Entered a world where the future shapes the past? I wish you could burn a ton of calories being sedentary and eating.
I tend to count my blessings regularly — it keeps me in check when the impending sense of doom that always seems to hover in my mind takes over. But at the end of every year, I actually make a list of all the things for which I should be grateful. All of the above gave me the courage to finally attempt a historical, a favorite reading genre of mine, and my Viking historical The Bear and The Bride was released in December of The aroma seemed to shroud her, until she could no longer discern if any hint of the lavender bath Martha had prepared lingered on her skin.
The air in the room seemed to take on substance and weighted her shoulders. Ainslin stared at the knots in the pine table, aware he heard her quick inhales, and warmth blossomed in her cheeks. I have seen eight and ten summers. I am no green maiden. The alliance is beneficial for both of us. She welcomed the anger, but remained silent.
As a widow, I enjoyed control of both. His lips turned up at the corners, and the fine lines at the corners of his eyes deepened. For the first time, she met his stare full on, and her heart skipped a slew of thumps at the storm in his gray eyes. He hooded his eyes, surveying the rising and falling of breasts he dreamed of.
Saliva coated his mouth. Torsten yearned to roar his victory to all and sundry. She never flinched. May the best of be the worst of for everyone!
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