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The Paper Gardens

I've been reading since I was 3, and I haven't seen any reason to stop. I'll read pretty much anything I can get my hands on, though I will admit to a crippling addiction to fantasy and YA books.

Currently reading

Ozma Of Oz
L. Frank Baum
Progress: 45 %
Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz
L. Frank Baum
The Divide
Elizabeth Kay
A Clash of Kings
George R.R. Martin


Howl - Trinity Night, Scarlett Grove I feel so lost and confused!

A paranormal romance with werewolves that has more plot progression than it does sex scenes, and it doesn't contain a single of my Werewolf Romance rules...what is this sorcery???

(To be fair, I've got a feeling that Rule #3 applies later on in the series - Rule #3 being "Werewolves desire women with curves, because female werewolves are all lean and muscular.")

However, I am judging this book on its own, and it hasn't mentioned a single, overused paranormal werewolf trend.

The story is about a woman named Jane who, through a series of lucky "coincidences" manages to get out of her dead-end job in a coffee shop and lands a pretty nice tutoring job that finally gives her a chance to use her Master's degree.

She also has prophetic dreams brought on by the trauma of her parents getting divorced. Somehow.

There's also a sexy thing going on with a ghost who thinks she's his long lost love reincarnated or something like that, but like I said, there's more to the book than just the ghost dream sex scenes. I mean, there's characterization and everything!

I feel that I should also point out that there are no actual werewolves in this book. Only implied werewolves.