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review 2017-11-17 18:05
Taxes and TARDIS by N.R. Walker Review
Taxes and TARDIS - N.R. Walker

Brent is a jock, Logan a geek, these men are a world apart. But if opposites attract, maybe it’s the differences between them that make it worth the fight.

 

Brent Kelly is a laid-back tradesman whose only concerns are drinks with friends and which man to bed next. In need of a new accountant to sort out his nightmarish shoebox of tax receipts, he’s referred to Logan Willis.

 

He doesn’t expect to be intrigued by the science fiction-loving, geeky guy with dark-rimmed glasses and a TARDIS-blue shirt. So his fascination with the soft-spoken Englishman surprises him, and their mutual attraction is completely unexpected. He most certainly never expects to fall in love.

 

One a jock and the other a geek, both men know the differences between them are vast and could cause problems. But in this opposites-attract erotic drama, maybe it’s the differences between them that make staying together worth the fight.

 

Review

 

Taxes and Tardis is such a lovely sigh of a sexy romance.

 

It could have been more complex with some of the character work but what is here is so good. It would have been a 5 star read if we had both points of view.

 

I love a geek hero and I love it when someone gets gobsmacked.

 

Both heroes are kind and so into each other.

 

This is a delight.

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url 2017-06-02 12:36
Attention 'Doctor Who' fans: TARDIS to land in the form of a free library

Dan Zemke, 28, of Detroit has been a fan of Doctor Who for years. He's wanted to build a replica of the show's TARDIS, or Time And Relative Dimension in Space time machine, for a while now.

 

On Saturday, he'll unveil his version: The 10-foot tall, 1-ton structure will serve as a shared library at the corner of Vermont and Warren in Detroit's historic Woodbridge neighborhood.

 

TARDIS

Source: www.usatoday.com/story/life/nation-now/2017/05/31/dr-who-fans-detroit-get-its-own-tardis-form-free-library/360437001
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Oooow weeeeeeee ooooow.

I actually went to the mall today, so of course I hit up Hot Topic! And I snagged the last of this dress! Isn't it gorgeous? ! I just need to lose some more weight to fit into it. I have lost 47 pounds. I can't wait to fit into this.

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text 2015-10-02 16:00
Fabulous Finds Friday: September 30: Scribd Edition
The Steampunk Trilogy - Paul Di Filippo
Maplecroft: The Borden Dispatches - Cherie Priest
TARDIS Eruditorum - A Critical History of Doctor Who Volume 3: Jon Pertwee - Philip Sandifer
Leviathan - Scott Westerfeld,Keith Thompson
Triumph of a Time Lord: Regenerating Doctor Who in the Twenty-first Century - Matt Hills
Tanglewreck - Jeanette Winterson
The Supergirls: Fashion, Feminism, Fantasy, and the History of Comic Book Heroines - Mike Madrid

You may have heard, but the book subscription service Oyster is getting ready to shut down. (On the plus side, they were pretty much acqui-hired by Google, rather than simply going out of business). The news has prompted me to spend more time on Scribd, lest it should be the next to fall, and I've added a bunch of new and interesting things to my library this week. Here are just a few:

 

The Steampunk Trilogy by Paul di Filipo

 

Maplecroft (audio) by Cherie Priest

 

Tardis Eruditorum (volumes 1-6) by Philip Sandifer

 

The Leviathan Trilogy by Scott Westerfeld

 

Triumph of a Timelord by Matt Hills

 

Tanglewreck by Jeanette Winterson

 

The Supergirls by Mike Madrid

 

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review 2015-08-29 00:00
Taxes and TARDIS
Taxes and TARDIS - N.R. Walker

3.5 stars

A short little novella about Brent, the hot laid-back client, and Logan, the insecure geeky accountant.

It was hot, it way funny, it was sweet and I liked it. It might almost be considered a classic in M/M novellas; it sure is THE poster story for 'opposites attract'.

It might feel a little too smooth and fast at one point, but too artificially angsty and problematic later, but that's what you get. It's a little drama in a longer short story, so it's fine. And very well written, as you can expect from NR Walker.

All in all a nice extra on the side when you're stuck on a book hangover or just need something light and fast.

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