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A Matter of Time, Volume 2

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 30, 2012

    love whole series

    Perhaps soap opera is the best way to describe this- the world is populated only by people who know each other and they see each other almost daily, no matter where they live or what their occupation is, and everyone is at least good-looking, if not downright hot.

    So the bad- It was killing me that Jory ran into people the way he did everywhere he went. I've never lived there, so I can't say from experience, but I thought Chicago was bigger than that. I don't see my neighbors out in their yards half as much as he saw the same exes over and over.

    When I picked up the first book in the series, I too had difficulties with the uneven writing. I also was irritated that Jory drifted off in his thoughts in a way that made it obvious to everyone. You can think that much without having your other functions shut down. Also, the way the author would give a quick sysopsis of what had occurred in the previous "book" gave me the feeling this was written online first as a WIP and I was feeling a little ripped off. So now it sounds like I am complaining about the series, but I am definitely NOT.

    Despite all those annoying things, I ended up loving the first book and having to quickly purchase the 2nd volume (and then the third when it came out- yay!). None of those people could ever be real, but that's what made it so great a read. Who hasn't had the fantasy (at least as a teenager- come on)of being desired in some way by everyone in the room (and of course they are all good looking and rich, dammmit!)Although at some point in the third book Jory's psychology of what good looking is is explained, so you have to understand you are totally in Jory's mind. Think of it as living in rose colored glasses.

    Anyway, it's fun, with loony escapades, hot m/m interaction and the kind of dialogue and relationships no woman would stand reading about if it happened between a woman and a man, but I am a full on fan of this series and many of the author's other books.

    No, it's not a perfect read, but it IS a really, really good one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2012

    Highly recommend


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