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No Souvenirs by K.A. Mitchell
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Aug 14, 2012

it was ok
bookshelves: m-m-romance
Read from November 08 to 09, 2012

2.5 stars

No Souvenirs redeemed itself in the second half of the book. The first half was boring and moved along too slowly. I also didn't really feel the attraction between Shane and Kim at first. Kim was detached and unemotional. The only thing that saved him was his streak of arrogance. By the second half of the book I started warming up to Kim more. The plot picked up and I found myself wanting to know more about Kim. I was glad to see him open up at the end but of course he took his feelings a little too far by mentioning (view spoiler) Even if is was a joke, it still seemed out of place.

Now on to Dylan's book!
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5.0% "Yay, a little cameo from Joey and Aaron." 5 comments
50.0% "I'm really not in to Kim atm. He doesn’t have much of a personality. Yes, a little arrogance here and there but not much. He needs to pick it up! Hopefully Shane can bring something out of him." 3 comments
57.0% "Shane doesn't like Joey? That's just blasphemy!"

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