Compounding this is the fact that I cannot recall anything of the book other than it featured a role reversal of sexual mores the man playing the feminine role and the woman playing the masculine role and that it was the book that started the lawsuit between Dorchester, HarperCollins and Dara Joy. What I can say is that the best thing about this book was a it was short and b the unintentional sexual overtones of nearly every passage. It had me giggling nearly throughout the story. Not even when I first sparked.
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Compounding this is the fact that I cannot recall anything of the book other than it featured a role reversal of sexual mores the man playing the feminine role and the woman playing the masculine role and that it was the book that started the lawsuit between Dorchester, HarperCollins and Dara Joy.
What I can say is that the best thing about this book was a it was short and b the unintentional sexual overtones of nearly every passage. It had me giggling nearly throughout the story.
Not even when I first sparked. Which implies that this story and I use the term loosely, as there is not much of a plot is intended for those who are familiar with the characters — an intentional implication. Ah, I get it; you simply connected the sex dots. Jane: Okay, so are you saying that all those magical references are intentionally sexually charged?
I so missed that. I think that because the prose was so awkward, I blamed the excessive sexualized descriptions on unintended innuendo instead of camp. The writing lacks any subtlety that would bring the reader to understand that it was all a joke. For example, the following passage clobbers you over the head with the "emotions" of the characters by adding descripted phrases after the active sections. Yaniff shook his head, exasperated. Careless and impudent. On second thought, though, maybe she is only able to write with sexual intonation.
The books were written on this knife edge where I was always thisclose to laughing AT the book, but ended up being too entertained to. Anyway, the fact that I was having that sort of internal dialogue as I was reading the text characterizes my level of engagement. If you wish her to stop, you fix her! It was an unwise response. The Familiar narrowed his dual colored eyes, looking much like an irritated cat. What makes you think I would know what to do? Rejar scooped Melody off the floor.
He held the babe straight out, as far away from him as he possibly could. Familiar senses being what they are, his acute olfactory abilities were starting to beg for a quick, painless death to end the misery. He quickly thrust the babe at his older brother-of-the-line. Traed did not comply; he coolly arched one eyebrow. The baby usually just stared at him with a dreamy-eyed look. Here it becomes annoying. The sexual politics seem tired, as does the sex, now that I think about it. Jane: What relationships?
The main thrust of the short story was the relationship between Lorgan and Deanna so I tried to relinquish myself to their romance, such as it was. It was the writing itself and not the cast of thousands that affected my appreciation. One last little excerpt: Taking her into his arms, he covered her mouth in a deep kiss, seizing her lips with loving command.
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Dara Joy 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 He supposed he could get like that from time to time. During the physical act of love, he would try to touch something Something that was missing in him. On those rare occasions, when that fierceness came upon him, he had never been able to reach the core that he was seeking.
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