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quote 2020-03-22 06:55
“Spencer talked to Trace."

Aha! "That--"

"And Trace told Dare. But no one told me because you swore everyone to secrecy, and I have to tell you, that annoys the hell out of me."
A Perfect Storm - Lori Foster

~~ A Perfect Storm, by Lori Foster 

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review 2017-05-13 00:00
Perfect Storm (The Exes #1)
Perfect Storm (The Exes #1) - Cheryl Douglas Cory and Jace don't just burn up the sheets. They set the pages on fire. Ms. Douglas always delivers. With Perfect Storm, she does what she does best. Blend complicated with sexy and gets powerful results. From the dual first person points of view, to the emotional performances of the main characters, this novella is meant to stir up some heat.
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review 2016-06-28 01:54
A Perfect Storm
A Perfect Storm: A Ménage Erotic Romance - Annalise Alexander

The set up for this was kind of far-fetched. There is quite a bit of "interpreting" done by each of the characters to get to the point that it's a menage. And then two of them kind of go off the rails and suddenly can't "interpret" each other and misunderstand everything. The sex was decent. The author seemed to know a good bit about hurricanes in New Orleans.


This was free and it was decent, but I doubt I will purposely shop for any other books by this author.

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review 2016-04-04 00:00
The Perfect Storm
The Perfect Storm - Sebastian Junger Follows the chain of events that led to the disappearance of the Andrea Gail during 1991's perfect storm of the title.

Using interviews with survivors from other ships, and friends and family of the missing crew, Junger puts together a potted history of the fishing industry and the effect it has on the people who live it.

The prose flows really well, and you get a sense of the people along with the horror of the storm and the suspense as everything combines.

He admits in the introduction that there will be some conjecture to how things actually happened, using instead accounts from people who have gone through similar experiences in the parts where they are in the most danger.

It's tense all the way through, saddening and exhilarating in equal measures.
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text 2015-08-26 14:29
Just Couldn't Do It
The Perfect Storm - Sebastian Junger

I tried. I tried but I just could not get into this book. 

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