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Books, Dogs, and Other Blogs

“The books that the world calls immoral are books that show the world its own shame.”


Currently reading

Drums of Autumn
Diana Gabaldon
The Counter-Revolution of 1776: Slave Resistance and the Origins of the United States of America
Gerald Horne
Clued In: How to Keep Customers Coming Back Again and Again (paperback)
Lewis Carbone

The most well-rounded book of the series so far.

Beyond Addiction - Kit Rocha

When I finished this book I immediately though, hmmmph, there wasn't nearly as much raunchy sex here!  Really there was, but there was so much more plot and character development, that this was one of the first books of the series that didn't feel completely sex driven.  Rather than being a book about sex with a mildly dystopian backdrop, this book actually had plot elements that could (almost) stand alone without the erotica. 


This story focused on Trix and Finn. Part of the fun of this series has been picking who I want to envision as who.  Finn I imagine as JJ Watt, a defensive end for the Texans.  He's probably the best defensive player in the league, the best player at that position ever, and maybe even the best all around player in the league currently (though I'm sure that one is up for debate).  He is also big and brawny and completely delicious.


I like him serious....



and business casual.....




and ready for a workout....




and having fun.



Yessssss, I like him all around.  :) 


I realize this review has turned more into an homage for JJ, and I am totally ok with that.