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Marina Germain Germain itibaren Saraçlar Mahallesi, 64600 Davutlar Köyü/Eşme/Uşak, Türkiye itibaren Saraçlar Mahallesi, 64600 Davutlar Köyü/Eşme/Uşak, Türkiye

Okuyucu Marina Germain Germain itibaren Saraçlar Mahallesi, 64600 Davutlar Köyü/Eşme/Uşak, Türkiye

Marina Germain Germain itibaren Saraçlar Mahallesi, 64600 Davutlar Köyü/Eşme/Uşak, Türkiye

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En korkunç. Kitap. HİÇ. Bir daha asla fotoğraflara, palyaçolara veya mağaralara bakmayacaksınız. Veya balonlar. Veya ortaokul öğrencileri.

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Tamam......

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İyi okuma. Basit bir hikaye.

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This series is definitely a YA series, but they're all fun, quick read page turners.

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Nothing very intense in this book, but it's a fun read and might be nice as an intro to the subject. I love Tyson's wit, though.

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"Invite Me In" by Delilah Devlin - 3 stars A succubus invades the dreams of a New Orleans vampire in this delightful steamy short. "Tokyo Rendezvous" by Jina Bacarr - 4 stars My favorite of the three stories, Bacarr spins a tale of two American workers in the strange, sex-obsessed land of Tokyo. Loved it. "Soul Strangers" by Eden Bradley - 2 stars Didn't really feel this one, about a steamy encounter between two strangers on the beach in Mexico.

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I was so glad to find this at the Book Trader for $1.97. This is the kind of book that inevitably is called chick lit, because it's written by a woman, it's about a woman, and romance is involved, but it's so different from all the other pink-cover books about women wanting to get married. Melissa Banks writes very simply, and thus it becomes compulsive reading if just to find out what else the characters will say and do. I can't say I ever found a May-December romance so intriguing as in this book.