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I didn't do much today. Managed to get some grocery shopping done. Watched Ryan for a bit while Amb and Phil worked on the backyard. Finished a rather forgettable book. *sigh*

Book #102 - Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down by Sherrilyn Kenyon, Melanie George and Jaid Black - First off, for a book of this title it was surprisingly vanilla. Honestly, I was expected a little bit more bondage in it. Not that I, uh, read that normally or anything. Really. I was just led to believe that there'd be more of the tying and less of the not tying up. You know? So, three short stories. The best of the bunch was probably Jaid Black's Hunter's Right about a secret civilization of Vikings hidden away under the Arctic and the Army Corporal who stumbles upon their society after surviving a helicopter crash. Yes, it seems a bit far-fetched but it's engagingly written and the characters are at least interesting. This is not the case with Melanie George's Promise Me Forever. Boring. Not my cup of tea. I would have skipped it but it was so short it was done before I finished blinking. Sherrilyn Kenyon's Captivated By You was not nearly up to the level of any of her Dark-Hunter stories. Set in her B.A.D. universe, it involves two members of a counter terrorist group who have to learn the ins and outs of the bondage scene in order to take down a Very Bad Man. Despite what you might think it was surprisingly light on the actual bondage. Overall, not a book I'll be revisiting. And I'm still disappointed that there was so little truth in advertising with the title.

Tonight? Writing. Lots and lots of writing.
Here goes.