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2 Book Reviews: The Taker and Coming Out of Hiding
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
The Taker by Alma Katsu: Literary Fiction.
A woman in the emergency room is a suspect for murder and begs the doctor to help her escape from the authorities and tells him the story of her true love for a beautiful man that has lasted for over two centuries. Reminiscent of “Interview with the Vampire”. This book started slow but I ended up hooked!
Coming Out of Hiding by E. Ayers: Romance.
A man, wounded in both mind and body after serving his country at war, struggles to fight his way back to living his life. (Warning: The story line touches on sexual dysfunction issues related to the hero's war injury and this may be too explicit for some readers). This is not a book I normally would have picked, but it was a free kindle book on amazon so I decided to give it a try. I ended up liking it. (don't pay attention to the trashy cover-this really is more of a love story than anything else)
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