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341 pages, Paperback
First published April 1, 2013
Sam and Dean are walking towards us.
The door clicks shut. He doesn't let go. His eyes are locked with mine. His body is pressed tightly against mine. Our gazes meet.
Where’s the romance…..apart from one scene in the beginning…there’s absolutely nothing else. I love romance but here…zilch…just did not “feel” it. And no, I felt no sexual and hot desire between Peter and Sidney….so if you want a sensual, steamy romantic read…this ain’t it. It’s more of a cute love story between a teacher and his student.
"Is that code for sex or are we really having coffee?" Peter laughs and feigns shock, putting his hand over his chest. "My God! Is that why all those women at Starbucks keep trying to have coffee with me?"
"I'll bite you," I mutter under my breath and grab my stuff. Peter grins. "You should. I'm very sweet, or so I hear - like candy."
"Being normal is overrated. Normal gets you what - the dolt husband with 2.5 kids and the house with the dog? You seriously want that? I mean, one of those kids is going to be really funny looking, by the way, all cut in half like that. Who wants half a kid?"
"I want to move on with my life. I want to get over the fear that's choking me whenever I talk to a guy."
"I don't know what I am. A train wreck. A mess. Damaged goods. Pick one. Or all three."
An ending to an episode of a serial drama that leaves the audience in suspense.
A story or event with a strong element of suspense.