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It Started With Mistletoe by Kirsten McCurran
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Apr 27, 2012

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Read from April 26 to 27, 2012 — I own a copy , read count: 1

Kirsten McCurran, It Started with Mistletoe (Aphrodite Omnimedia, 2011)

The second story in McCurran's Eve and Friends series sees her really getting into stride; the pacing here is much improved over the first story, and she seems a great deal more comfortable with her characters. It's quite good stuff, marred only by McCurran's attempts to depict people crying drawn-out names in some of the sillies ways possible (I'm still trying to figure out how one would pronounce “KURRRTTT!”, making sure all three Ts get their proper enunciation...). This is the third McCurran story I've read, and I'm becoming quite the fan; give her a look-see if you find the idea of polyamory to be a fun fantasy exploration. ***

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