Saturday, June 28, 2014

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Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Change of Heart by Tina Marie Noel

Change of Heart by Tina Marie Noel

In this Pride and Prejudice re-telling, Lady Catherine would be well and truly within her rights to say that Elizabeth had used her female guile and accoutrements to turn Darcy's head.

She flirts outrageously and use double entendres, stroking Mr Darcy's snooker cue while telling Mr Darcy she likes to play with his stick.

This is definitely not an Elizabeth that Jane Austen would have liked and some might say it slips into the category of housewife porn. But this elizabeth does the impossible, she changes Lady Catherine's heart as well.

Lady Catherine even coming to the defence of Elizabeth with a serious dressing down to Caroline Bingley and her friend for this alone the book has to be worth reading. because, let's face it wouldn't we all love to give Caroline Bingley a verbal slap around the face and who could  possibly do it better that the totally acidic Lady Catherine DeBourgh. yes this is smutty but at least it is entertaining smut.
Masses of fumbling and heaving breasts.

Even Jane gets a bit naughty and that is very out of character.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Sara Baartman - You should watch this, very moving.

All my Friends should watch this it is very moving The Story of Sara Baartman Who died in 1815 Some of this film is sexualy explicit & rather harrowing .

Monday, September 9, 2013

Only A Heartbeat Away by P.O.Dixon


P.O.Dixon - Only A Heartbeat Away

So I was looking forward to reading this book and dived in eagerly.
Darcy goes to the Mereton Assembly but Elizabeth is not there, Elizabeth is at the Netherfield Ball, but Darcy is Absent.
I was beginning to think that they would never meet.
Elizabeth had already travelled to Pemberly and instead of meeting Darcy she has met up with Georgina and become friends through correspondence and she eventually meets up with Darcy through Georgina at a ball in London.

I loved the way P.O. Dixon changed the situations completely but still stayed true to the story. Making an interesting tale that you wanted to keep reading, just to see how she would get all the main characters to the places they needed to be.

Grab a copy and jump in!