“That’s a messed up fic, Liv. Sheesh! Like watching a horror movie in reverse and finding out it’s actually about you.” He shuddered. “I’m going to have nightmares about that.
Liv snorted. “Hurt-comfort fic is big in the Starveil fandom.
Spartan loses his best friend, but Tekla gets to ease his pain.” She took another sip of her latté. “It’s got over five thousand hits and six hundred kudos already. Joe’s one of the most popular Starveil writers around. And she just made you Spartan’s best friend.”
I spotted this one at a bargain shelf at the ABC bookstore, and I just had to have it. Sure, the cover didn’t pull me in, but the contents and how it looked from the inside sure did. I just love learning more about other countries and what is important or fun in each part of a country.
“She stuck that series as if it were a floor pass. Amazing! One thing Charlie Ryland brings to the table is consistency on beam.”
A female commentator’s voice chimes in. “That’s right, Doug. She has both the grace of a ballerina and the fighting spirit of a warrior. It’s a joy to watch her.”
“Yes, an absolute joy. Here comes her dismount. Look at that focused concentration.
Ik zag dit boek in de Bruna, en toen ik begon te lezen was ik meteen weg. Gelukkig was mijn vriendje daar en hij heeft het boek maar gekocht voor. De schat! Tja, het was dat of ik was de komende uur vast in de Bruna. 😛