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review 2014-06-27 21:58
Island Peril by Jill Sorenson
Island Peril - Jill Sorenson

Everything I disliked about Island Peril can be summed up in one phrase “I grew up in South Florida in the 70′s and 80′s.” But we can get to that. Jill Sorenson tweeted a link to Island Peril as a free read so I decided to give it a shot. My expectations were low. I thought she wrote Navy Seal type stuff instead of Elizabeth Lowell type stuff. Overall I loved it. I’m going to read one of her full length books as a comparison.


Ella is a science nerd with extremely controversial thoughts on the Star Wars films. She’s also a physically active woman who has taken the place of her ex-brother-in-law on a family trip with her adult niece. Ella is the too busy to date type. Paul works for the outdoor adventure company running the trip. He looks good in very little, which catches Ella’s attention. When he turns out to be a teacher, she’s even more intrigued. Events conspire to leave them alone and in danger because this is a romantic suspense and that’s how we do it.

At the end of the session, he lowered his paddle and turned around to face them. “Any questions?” “Are there speleothems inside the caves?” Ella asked. His gaze sharpened in appraisal. She knew how nerdy she sounded; Abby was practically groaning beside her. Ella had tried to dial it down on the science terms, but they popped out whenever she was nervous. “Stalagmites, stalactites, that sort of thing,” she said, blushing. “Those are more common in limestone caves,” he said. “The ones we’re visiting are mostly volcanic.”


(spoiler show)


Anyway, once that went down I knew Paul and Ella were in for some difficult times. I liked the way their attraction was not based solely on proximity, but arose during peaceful discussions about their normal lives. Ella was a complex character (for a novella) with a full history. Paul had more nuance that he needed, which is a welcome change from And Then A Hot Guy Arrives. Overall it was a very enjoyable look at Sorenson’s style that made me interested in reading more.


Final Assessment: Fun action read with head desk moment. A -


Source: Purchased copy


Series: Aftershock

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review 2013-06-23 00:00
might last a day (minus forever) - cherr... might last a day (minus forever) - cherryvanilla
Right now you’re probably thinking: A SouthPark Kyle/Cartman fanfic? W.T.F?

And ok, I might have done the same a couple of days ago, but then I was watching an episode and this little gem was shown:


And so, as the little fanfic slut addict that I am, I HAD to go search for Kyle/Cartman on AO3.. You know.. Just because.. Which is why we are here now..

Holy mother of sweet baby Jesus! THIS FANFIC, YOU GUYS!!

It’s amazing!!

I first read a shorter fanfic by this author and that was AMAZING (http://archiveofourown.org/series/25528) when I noticed she had this longer one too.. I noticed this at 1 in the morning, btw… Yes.. so.. Instead of going to bed, I read this fanfic all night, and went to bed at 4.30 am… Because, you know, why the eff not?


Kyle and Cartman are 25 years old in this fic. Kyle loses his job in Denver and moves back to live with his parents in South Park. He meets Cartman again. If you love bantering and, umm, hate!sex, you’ll also love this.. This is just so freaking good!! I mean, I stayed up all night to read, that’s how good it is, you guys!

Angst, comfort, hurt, everything!

Everything I love is in this fic!

All the awards!!
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