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The Turn of the Screw: A Case Study in Contemporary Criticism (Case Studies in Contemporary Criticism)
Peter G. Beidler, Henry James
Sapphira and the Slave Girl
Willa Cather
Larry McMurtry
Lord of the Changing Winds
Rachel Neumeier
Hyperion (Hyperion Series #1)
The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
Anne Brontë, Mary Augusta Ward
Touch & Geaux - Abigail Roux This review is completely spoiler free, but to check out my full review (including slight spoilers), check it out on my blog!This series is a favorite of mine for a reason - Ty and Zane are so real and damaged. How can I not spend WAY too much of my time obsessing over wanting them to find happiness together?There is not a lot of happiness in this book, y'all. It's true. All the horrifying twists and turns everyone keeps talking about are just around every corner. I started getting scared to even turn a page - afraid I'd come across something even worse then what I'd just read.But the happiness that you can manage to dig out from all the rest? More meaningful and hard-won then it ever has been before.I am seriously shocked beyond belief by some of the things I learned in Touch & Geaux. I thought our boys had already been through a lot - but forget about it. That was nothing. In fact...knowing what I know now? I'll never be able to read the first six books in the same way again. Seriously: WHOA.As for the ending? Yeah. It was a doozy. Part "YES! YEEEESSSSS! YOU GO BOYS!" and part "WTF, what else could possibly go wrong next." I thought it was a pretty awesome finish actually - a mixture of one of the most kick ass moments of the series with an "uh oh, the trouble ain't over yet" warning thrown in.How they can expect us to wait a year to see what happens next is beyond me - but at least I can wait knowing that what Ty & Zane have can withstand just about anything the twisted mind of Abigail Roux can throw at them.