Digging Up Bones
by Robin Smith
Kasia Payne is stuck in the middle: the middle of the afternoon, the middle of September, and the middle of the Utah desert. When you're on your own and penniless by the side of the road and all you can see from where you're sitting is the skeletal remains of a town called Starvation, one thing becomes very clear to you and that is that the middle is no place for a girl to...more
Kindle Edition, 151 pages
(first published February 14th 2009)
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The author is very talented in some ways... I adored her style of writing and the characters she created. I went into the book knowing that it involved spanking, but the way it was done just felt weird. I was always thrown off every time it came in there, because something about it just didn't mesh. Add to it the ages of the characters and it really felt more like they were hooking up because of a daddy/daughter fetish than for actual romantic (or even sexual!) purposes.
Apr 24, 2012 Katy Beth Mckee rated it 5 of 5 stars · review of another edition
Kasia is homeless and could use a good job. Ez is short an assistant and could use the help so its a great match. This story is full of humor and dry wit especially when dealing with Ez's evil nemesis. I felt that the reactions of Kasia were very real. While this story isn't a traditional tearjerker there were some emotional moments as Kasia comes to terms with her own internal struggles as she journeys to come home for maybe the first time.