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I liked this book better than the second one. But all that mooning over Ben got to me on book 2 and just continued to bug me through this one. Good story.
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Deborah Markus added a status update: Oh, lordy. Just saw Raani York's blog post (I'll post a link in the comment section so you can see for yourself).

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Fractured by Teri Terry
Fractured: A Slated novel, Book 2
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I give this book 3.5 stars. It was good. Slated was much better. I really don't like it when authors put little recaps of the first book in their second book. I have rarely seen it done well, so it just is added info that you don't need. I understand ...more
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