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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. May 19, Malcolm rated it it was amazing. When some low-life malware from the wrong side of the Internet comes after your fancy laptop, you call for McAfee antivirus software. They have red hair, a pink Harley and a street-wise attitude seasoned with more wisecracks and putdowns than the law allows. Nov 09, Paul Franco rated it it was amazing Shelves: mystery , favorites.
Actually, no exes were harmed or even teased in the making of this blog entry. Jennifer Colt is one of my favorite authors--let's get that out of the way right now--which I think I managed to avoid telling her when I met her, to save us both the embarrassment.
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This time you get a review, though of course my reviews are less plot points and more quotes: easier on the brain, both mine and yours. Thankfully I did not drop this in the water while I was reading in the tub; after all, it is autographed. Flying Dutchman, anyone?
When the goons in the limo try to shove her in, the redheads, one reluctant and the other jubilant, throw themselves into the fight: He fell back over the curb, legs in the air. When he tried to sit up, I winged the self-help book at him, whacking him on the forehead. She sucked. I cannot explain how much I adore this, because I usually just sit there with my eyes closed until it passes: Her eyes suddenly exploded from their sockets, and she bounced up and down in the booth, smacking the sides of her face.
Finally the frostbite on her cerebellum subsided, and she lowered herself back down in the booth.
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A typical great description and even better dialogue: When we pulled up in our driveway, we came upon a surreal sight. The porch was covered with dozens of red roses, maybe even a dozen dozen. I could smell their perfume, wafting to us over the exhaust of the motorcycle. I climbed off the bike. No offense. I keep forgetting that. My freckled goddess, I worship you?
It sounded like an elephant parachuting into the living room. This is the kind of stuff I love: As we left the house, Terry and Lance stood on the porch with their arms around each other, waving like proud parents sending their daughter off on her first date. Lance hugged her to him. No way am I writing this whole thing, but suffice it to say she has a very unusual response when he brings up the L word. Reminds me of a story about two aristocrats with their carriages facing off in an alley, where excessive pride--is there any other kind?
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They actually had meals delivered for days. A little poignancy never hurt anyone, not even comedic writers: I had no sympathy for him. His anguish was real enough, but it was all self-pity. It sprawled over two blocks on West Third Street, just south of the Grove, housing thousands of residents. There was no answer. Suddenly a throaty moan came through the speaker. It was gas. Smooth it out, give you some nice highlights. Much better than dis. He sat there waiting for something to sweeten the pot. Terry and I reneged on our promise to give Bill a baby duck after learning that he wanted to use it in a Santeria blood ritual.
We told him the ducks flew away, but promised to let him do our hair as compensation. We figured looking like Julianne Moore was preferable to being hexed. And if that means you should go buy this, by all means do so. Said a self-righteous voice in my head. Oh, for crying out loud! This moral dilemma stuff is too much for me! You are so predictable! Just then the waitress appeared at our table. Just like that. Bet this actually happened to the author.