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A Knight to Remember by Bridget Essex
A Knight to Remember by Bridget Essex
I will start by saying I couldn't finish it and that this doesnt deter me from trying some of the authors other books.

So, an honourable, tough, sexy, sweet, gentlewoman somehow falls in love with a character with no backbone, no confidence and no aspirations. The Knight had so many traits that are valuable while our protagonist had so few. I kept asking myself "what does this Knight see in this Librarian? "

Also, the Knight has no concept of technology, but doesnt really seem to care that she is witnessing things she can't understand. Descriptions of her reaction are glossed over and not utilized.

The book was fine, just not for me.
Protector of the Realm (Supreme Constellations Boo&hellip by Gun Brooke
The story is fleshed-out and its not your average "two women instantly fall in love" story either, so it gets a lot of points for that alone! Its also well written.

What I didn't enjoy was the creepy factor, and I appologize because "creepy" is too harsh of a word, but it carries some of the connotation I want to convey. I'll just say it straight up, the romance was creepy because of the power dynamic and age gap. I also find the idea of caring for someone's wounds while thinking romantic thoughts, creepy.

This does not deter me from reading other books from the author though.
Canada Litter 40-Pound Super Clumping Cat Litter by Canada Litter
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Oh, Canada!, July 17 2014
I've tried Arm and Hammer and Precious Kitty 99.9% dust free litter, and I have to say that I'm loving this litter. For the quality and the price point, you should definitely give it a shot.

SMELL

This litter has almost no smell on its own, unlike Arm and Hammer's various types.

CLUMPING

It clumps well -- better than both other brands.

WHEN TO CHANGE

I found that I had to absolutely change the litter after 7 or 8 days of use.