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Touching Ice by Laurann Dohner
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Cute,right? Well,wrong when your sex cyborg tells you he has 28 of them all over his home planet.
Yeah,yeah,yeah,poor him,blah blah. That is the point blah blah.

But it,just,is,not,sexy!!!

Other then that the book is super!
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message 1: by new_user (new)

new_user 28?! o.o LOL!


message 2: by Dinjolina (last edited Mar 23, 2011 01:46PM) (new) - rated it 3 stars

Dinjolina 28.
In all the books the men has xxxx kids.
It just...I could not have sex with those people.
It would have weird-ed me out.
I mean,what if you have kids?
And sure,the books end with them getting out of the breeding pact,but what if this changes in the future?
'See ya honey,have wild sex with the woman that wants your dna real good and be back for supper?'
Ugh!
Creep alert!


message 3: by new_user (new)

new_user LOL! Yes, I could not deal with a breeding pact. o.o There's sort of like the BDB thing. Do you read that series?


Dinjolina I have no idea what BDB is :)
Link me,will ya?


message 5: by new_user (new)

new_user Sure. Dark Lover. Voilà! It's PNR.


Dinjolina Man oh man...i have these books.
Never did read them.
What's in them that similar?

I have a 'blah!' moment with inner 'species' breading and polygamy.
http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/...

Like that.Most of the time the stuff doesen't even make sense :/


message 7: by new_user (new)

new_user There's a role/position that's part of their religion, I guess, where one guy breeds with many women to get more Warriors, blahblahblah. It's in the fifth or sixth book of that series. I sort of ignored it because I liked the other aspects of the books, but I don't like when she gets into detail with the vampire-y stuff because her vampire mythos is lame.


Dinjolina I'm having a >:[ moment.
Grrrrrrrrrh! Multiple partners because of ______ (fill in the blank) make me want to scream.


message 9: by new_user (new)

new_user LOL. You may want to skip that particular book if you read the series then. It was a little over the top. It was a lot of women, and there were some rituals... I just edited it out in my mind, LOL.


Dinjolina I think people just like to shock.
Like in the Meredith Gentry series ...multiple men.
So ooooook.As long as all the people were in love..or what ever.
But it just kind of bugged me any way.
Loving 5 men is just a way o saying I am to lazy to find one so I pick and choose qualities.


message 11: by new_user (new)

new_user Yeah, I don't really like it as a gimmick/plot device. I don't like when the hero/heroine waffles between love interests too. "I can't decide! They're both just so juicy!" Don't keep people dangling, man, grow up.

Y'know I read Burning Up Flint the other day, LOL. Out of curiosity.


Dinjolina It was cute,right?
But the babyes,guh!
I'm reading Lord of Scoundrels.
The hero had a kid with the town...whore?What ever.
And he paid her to..keep the kid herself or whatever.
Blah blah blah.
The point is,I hate by-blows.
It's the only reason I kind of hate rakish heroes in romance.
Oh and how come the new nice wife of the hero always falls in love with the heroes brats?
I have no idea.
If its up to me,you can have all the kids you want with a woman you loved at some point or was wed to.And I would hate any heroine that would not care for his children.And sure,she should be sorry for a kid that a whore had because the hero could not get his penis (gasp!I wrote penis! :) lol) out of the misses that wanted his money.But to want him more then the father ?Please! Enough of the hallmark moments! Sheesh.


message 13: by new_user (new)

new_user Ugh, by-blows? Not to sound snooty, but how thoughtless. It's already complicated when a guy has kids by a woman he actually likes. I don't think I've come across a lot of those situations in the books I've read. Hmm...

Eh, I thought Burning Up Flint was a little sappy and the writing was so-so, LOL. I'm a snob.


Dinjolina new_user wrote: "
Eh, I thought Burning Up Flint was a little sappy and the writing was so-so, LOL. I'm a snob."



Me too. But whit erotica I have so little expectations.
Wait...i have them with most books. These days things that should not be fanfics get published.

Oh and sappy? Hehe...you should see the 5th book. About this dude Cole. Like the ultimate tortured hero extravaganza! It was ever so surreal!


new_user wrote: "
Ugh, by-blows? Not to sound snooty, but how thoughtless. It's already complicated when a guy has kids by a woman he actually likes. I don't think I've come across a lot of those situations in the books I've read."


No? Really? :/ I kind of read a lot of them.

But I also have a brat aversion. Don't get me wrong. I love kids! But why love a kicking screaming eeeeeeevil little devil? I know they are tortured and neglected blah blah...but when I read about a kid that actually terrorised a whole town so he could get attention? I don't care if he was depraved. Somebody should have kicked his behind. :pats her nice 5year old sister on the head:


message 15: by new_user (new)

new_user LOL! I don't care for poorly behaved children either. Booo. In fact, I don't think I'll be having kids for a good long time if I have my say.


Dinjolina http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/...

Here.I saw you had this on your to read. That's the thing I told you about. When (and if-i'm not a 'like' collector) you read it...man you will appreciate all the nice little kids you have in your life.
I'm off to hug my normal fiance and pat my siblings on the head. lol


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