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Jessica's comments from the Vaginal Fantasy Book Club group.

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Feb 01, 2015 05:55PM

62938 I wouldn't have minded a male only Dom book either...I kind of feel like I've seen enough books with women being dominated by men...I'd like to look at it from a new light...and it would be interesting to see how it works with the male/female issue taken out
Feb 01, 2015 05:47PM

62938 I also thought it was a felt like not a lot happened other than Evie juggling her boyfriend...I didn't love it as much as the previous two...but I'm totally team Death
Feb 01, 2015 01:41PM

62938 I dont care if this book is "good" or "bad" made kink mainstream for a while and I enjoyed it. I will see the movie whilst wearing a silk tie in the same spirit of camaraderie that made me rock a lightening bolt for Harry Potter.

but if anyone touches me I will mace spirit of camaraderie isn't that strong
Feb 01, 2015 01:33PM

62938 my local library won't even carry this book so I had to buy it...which made me pretty nervous.

I have to far it's making me pretty uncomfortable, which might be the point? I'm halfway through and so far she's miserable and crying almost every page but so dependent on this man she goes along with it...

it just me of smacks of long term abuse for me. I'm glad to be reading it, just so that I can discuss it and have knowledge of it, but it makes me feel a little queasy too.
62938 Nothing like a cucumber in an opera cape, I always say
Nov 19, 2014 03:00PM

62938 What about Ear sex?
Sep 12, 2014 07:00AM

62938 For some reason this book took me a little to get into, but I got sucked in fairly quickly. I liked the fact that the vampires/shapeshifters (when they are shiftin' shapes) were kind of grotesque. I kind of liked that she was good at everything too...sometimes I hate the whole "I don't know what to this magic?" thing in books.

Also, who names their child Crest? And is it appropriate for me to name my firstborn Colgate? Or Sensidine?
Aug 27, 2014 08:32AM

62938 This book and I had a love/hate relationship. At times I was forcing myself to pick it up, but at others I couldn't wait to read it. I'm going to be honest that I skimmed the Joseph the Golem story a lot, but I mostly enjoyed the Shira story, even if it got a bit stale at the end.

I kind of loved the fact that she thought about building her own love slave and said...because, what?
62938 I honestly felt like their whole relationship was made me feel uncomfortable and her turn around to love felt like the result of emotional abuse.
May 03, 2014 03:33PM

62938 I just finished reading the book for this month, but before that it was Looking for Alaska by John Green, which was good but not as good as The Fault In Our Stars...I'm about to start reading The Gospel of Loki which I am insanely excited about.
May 03, 2014 03:22PM

62938 Margo (http://redlightfictiondistrict.blogsp...) wrote: "I'm in the triangle. Looks like there's a couple of other people in the same area. We should plan a get together!"

I agree!
May 03, 2014 03:21PM

62938 Zombification? Maybe that happens in the next book...
62938 Did this strike anyone else as a grown up version of Lilo and Stitch?
May 03, 2014 03:17PM

62938 Was I the only person that was visualizing the Na'vi in this thing? But like, a misogynistic, obnoxious species of them?
How, How, How did it never occur to these creatures that the planets they go to might be better off without them, when there is literally war on every planet they show up on?
Why, why, why do they keeping putting these three guys together for missions when they apparently get captured on a fairly consistent basis?

And can we talk about the fact that the main character who has been in survival mode for years, literally took off to an unknown planet where she can't even be sure that SHE CAN BREATH THE AIR? But she's plucky, which causes all the men-folk to smile at her in patient amusement when she tries to flex her little kitten claws, so it's cool.
Nov 13, 2012 05:21PM

62938 To be honest Romero basically created zombies so it's still a newish monster. Therefore the concept of the "traditional" zombie is still fluid and up for interpretation. That being said, I don't think I'll make Rowland my go-to for zombie lure, but she was campy and fun and that's why it's fun!
Oct 03, 2012 03:47PM

62938 I'm in Raleigh...NC
Jul 28, 2012 06:33PM

62938 Can we discuss the creepy baby action at the end? Because yeah...
62938 I love this series, I started reading them when I met Lisa Shearin in "real life" and I thought it was cool that she wrote books. They are really good and easy to get sucked into. This world was the first one I read where the goblins were hot and that was a game changer for me :)
62938 Congrats as well...but speaking as a married woman...romance novels are always handy :)
May 31, 2012 03:57PM

62938 Hello! My name is Jessica, I live in NC and I'm 27. I love love love reading and I've always considered my slutty little fantasy books a guilty pleasure until I found this group while following Felicia on facebook. Now I know I'm not along :)

I also do the sword and laser book club but I'll read almost anything...
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