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Dash and Dingo by Catt Ford
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Jun 22, 10

Read in October, 2009

Dash & Dingo: In Search of the Tasmanian Tiger by Catt Ford & Sean Kennedy – This book really plays into my secret fantasy where Indiana Jones decides he’s through with women and while traveling through Missouri, sweeps me up into one his adventures and I live happily ever after surrounded by antiquities and Harrison Ford. Dash & Dingo doesn’t actually follow that plot line, but it does quite successfully fulfill my adventure fantasy where a charismatic, hot man runs off into the wild to save – something. Plus Dingo has a sexy Aussie accent! It was very easy for me to settle into the shoes of Dash and pretend it was me getting swept away while hopping from one continent to another. I thought Dash & Dingo was a great adventure and a whole lot of fun.

From my post, The Inside Reader on Elisa Rolle's Reviews & Ramblings -
http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/98440
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Aves Raggiana Would it that my favourite cops, firemen, adventurers, archaelogists and favourite action heroes find themselves "through with women" and "sweeps me up"! That's the ultimate gay man's fantasy I think, and probably why I've remained unwillingly and problematically single for so many years. Cheers to you.


Ethan Day Sometimes we are our own worst enemy. And unfortunately real life isn't often as exciting as our fantasies...or our fiction for that matter. : ) Thanks Aves! Always nice to know I'm not alone out there.


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Aves Raggiana Tell me about it, Ethan. I actually did "date" a Fireman, nowadays we just sleep together whenever it's convenient for him! Vexingly and typically for me, he did turn out to be every one my fireman fantasies, along with his complete, obdurate and implacable emotional unavailability. Perfect...

Ethan wrote: "Sometimes we are our own worst enemy. And unfortunately real life isn't often as exciting as our fantasies...or our fiction for that matter. : ) Thanks Aves! Always nice to know I'm not alone out t..."


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