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Tuesday’s Word

Floozy noun An insulting word for a woman who likes to attract men and have sex She turned into cream of floozy under the hot gaze. Woodhull, Lucy (2011-09-11). Ragnar And Juliet (Kindle Location 392). Liquid Silver Books. Kindle Edition. … Continue reading

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Claimed by Evangeline Anderson http://www.evangelineanderson.com/ was like an amusement park ride, fun, whimsical, fast-paced, and it left me wanting more. The first in Evangeline’s Brides of the Kindred series, it sets up a futuristic world in which an alien race that … Continue reading

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I found Xera, the heroine in No Words Alone by Autumn Dawn, refreshing.  I love the romance genre–like LOVE love it, but sometimes the tension is kept high by having the heroine make massively inaccurate assumptions and then follow those … Continue reading

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I’m not a huge reader of Sci-Fi. My favorite of all time remains Dune by Frank Herbert, but seeing as I have a finger for every Sci-Fi I’ve ever read with about five to spare, it’s not like I’ve got … Continue reading

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