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by Laura0807 on ‎03-30-2011 10:56 AM

I am waiting patiently for the mail to come today.  I preordered this one, just like every one of the BDB series.  I can't wait for Quinn's book.  If there will be one.  I so want him to fall for a human. (Sorry Blay)  All that raw sex around him is begging for the shy school teacher type.  Someone to reign him in.  CAN'T WAIT to read this. 

by Gannon_Carr on ‎03-30-2011 03:17 PM

Marisa, I just started reading it about 10 minutes ago.  You know how I love the BDB!


by Cheyenne_Catina on ‎03-30-2011 10:02 PM

i cant wait for this book! ive had it on hold for 3 months at my library.

p.s. i really love the qhuinna and blay story line- in love mine, my heart just broke for them!!

by Blogger Marisa-ONeill on ‎03-31-2011 07:00 AM

Laura, Gannon and Cheyenne - I hope you enjoy it!  You must tell me what you think of all the new characters and plot lines.

by Moderator dhaupt on ‎04-04-2011 09:54 AM

Marisa, thanks for the wonderful article, this is one of the many reasons I love The BDB series the complexity of not only the story line but the stories themselves where in most romance novels we get one story, one set of main characters here we get past, present and a look into the future as well. I'm almost done with it so my review will be up in a day or two.

The other thing I like about this series is the boldness to go where few authors go she is more than willing to deal with relationships other than heterosexual. In this she reminds me of the Troubleshooters series by Suze Brockman where she also goes there. I not only applaud them for it but I buy their novels because of the message it sends.


Okay, I'm off the soapbox.

Thanks Marisa



by Laura0807 on ‎04-16-2011 03:56 PM

I know it's two weeks later, but I have to post.  This book is so messy.  Yes, life is messy, complicated, yada yada, yada.  That said, I do like it.  But I find I can't handle more than three or four chapters at a time.  I'm half way through, and wondering about Quinn.  He is becoming a favorite, close behind Z.  I miss the first books.  They were easier on my mind.  Especially when you are reading late at night. 

Thanks for the review, it was right on so far. 


by Blackcloud924 on ‎04-18-2011 05:13 PM

Read this book soon as it came out. Love it! Love the series. Please can Quinn and Blay just get with the program.


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