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The Hollow by Nora Roberts
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Oct 31, 11

bookshelves: guilty-pleasures
Read in October, 2011

Book #61 of 2011

I think I love Fox. And I think I love Fox's parents. And I didn't even notice the Fox and Layla connection this time!

Book #42 of 2009

4/16/2009 So... once upon a time, we adopted a dog. And her name was Foxy. But I had a dog named Foxy when I was little, so we changed her name to Layla. And... yeah. It makes me chuckle that the main characters' names are Fox and Layla.

This book wasn't as spooky as the first one, in my opinion. Maybe its just because the "Big Evil Bastard", as the characters call it, is just up to the same old same old, albeit a little stronger. I'm looking forward to the third book and figuring out how they beat it. The book itself... I found it interesting that it was told mostly from Fox's perspective. Most of the romance's I've read this year (okay, pretty much all) are told from the female perspective with little peeks here and there into the male point of view. But this was reversed, which made it interesting. I think Gage is going to be a difficult character in the third book. So far I haven't been too enamored with him. He sorta just broods, which gets on my nerves a bit. But Roberts starts to flush him out towards the end, a little bit, so I'm looking forward to seeing how he turns out. He's probably got some pretty surprising stuff going on internally once the spotlight shines on him. What am I talking about anyway?

In the April Reading Challenge I'm counting this towards fulfilling #10 - Reader's choice. If only there was someplace on the list for The Pagan Stone to count, because there's no way I'm not reading that one next.
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