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Any Ordinary Day by Laura Bacchi
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Aug 07, 2010

liked it
bookshelves: erotica, m-m-romance, shapeshifters, menage-a-trois
Read in April, 2009

** spoiler alert ** Pros: I loved the idea of shifters that were dragons. A+ for uniqueness. I really enjoyed the sense of constant action, and the sex was decent. There were some editing issues that had me itching for my red pen, but overall, I was able to enjoy the feel of the narrative and writing.

Cons: Maybe it's the genre, or the fact these are ebooks, but I'm noticing a pattern of rushed plot. They are romance novels, I understand, but whenever a plot is introduced, you are making a commitment to the reader. That commitment should be honored. This one left me feeling as if some of the action and drama were haphazardly inserted to bulk up the romance. I also feel that the turning of Paul was dubious, and I dislike dubious in my romance reading. You should never do something to someone irreversible without explaining it entirely and completely to them while they are in their right mind. And the fact that Paul simply accepts it sort of ripped me out of my suspension of disbelief.
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