By Texas Photographer, Matthew T Rader
What did I do instead of grocery shopping (obviously not reading based on the fact there are only two books in this post)? I created a Tumblr blog called Cookie Time. Sigh. I see pictures around the internet and think, "Oh, I like that, I should save it some where" but then I lose track and I can never remember where I saw it. You also have to be careful at Flickr and Photobucket as they will delete questionable pictures. So I made a new blog. I just put a few of my pictures in there and hopped around a bit adding some others but I'll gradually get some more stuff in there. It's not as graphic as some, I really don't find pics of some guy's organ the size of Arkansas all that appealing and blow jobs bore me, so they are mostly PG-13 and arty pics along with other things I find that amuse and amaze me. On with the books.
Freeze Frame by Mia Watts (110 pages)
Sage, a half-blood fairy who can freeze time randomly, is tasked to get a DNA sample from a tough biker Mason. Mason is not his type but he's oddly attracted. When Mason is attacked he saves his life and is tasked to keep an eye on him. Dill finds out that usually when he freezes time everyone has no awareness but Mason did and also if Dill touches him frozen then the skill transfers and Dill freezes and Mason can move in time. Dill is pretty up front with Mason about what he wants and Mason admits he's attracted but his childhood in the system has taught him not to trust. They work together to find out who is trying to do him in while getting closer. This is a book in a series but you really don't need to read the others to read it. Sage, his brother was the first book and he's in this one but his history doesn't bear on the story much. Their fairy mother is a riot, she's very open about sex and her kid's love lives which has them all cringing and was quite funny. I did get a big confused the first time that Dill switched with Mason being frozen but on the whole a fun read with some humour and drama and a titch of angst.
The Delaney's and Me by Anne Brooke (26 pages)
Liam makes a scene when he breaks up with his mob connected boyfriend. He now lives in fear of what he knows is coming from his ex's cousins, twins who run the "business". They finally approach him and offer an option, shoot him or have sex with them. Umm. No brainer for Liam and he decides if he's going to have sex he's going to enjoy it and starts to tempt them while they continue to threaten him. Eventually they get back to his place where things heat up considerably. I really liked Liam. He's sort of completely flighty and his thought process amused me greatly. It's not a romance, although there is the suggestion that they'll all get together again. For those who dislike twincest there isn't much interaction between the brothers except for a 3-way kiss