Common types[ edit ] A musician practicing his instrument. Some common ways practise is applied:
Something that I already know is going to make me smile and sigh. Except when I was her age, I still thought boys looked like Ken dolls down there, so I'm sure she's smiling about puppies or something But that's beside the point.
Little Rapunzel looks like I felt after reading this.
Happy, content, and maybe a bit starry-eyed. And let's face it, when it comes to romance, most of the time I look like this: Bu Reread This is one of those book that I read when I need something quick to munch on.
Are they really both 5 star books? I honestly have no idea at this point. But they fill a Mighty Need in my belly for a bit of fluffy humorous romance every now and then.
Practice Makes Perfect Practice makes perfect have much in the way of sex one or two scenes towards the endbut I actually prefer it that way. I tend to skim over the sexytimes in most books nowadays, anyway. Because if they aren't done to perfection they have a tendency to gross me out with all the talk of juices and scents.
Sorry, that's just not what I personally want to read about. Reading about someone licking and tasting another person has the same effect on my vagina as spreading my legs under one of those industrial strength hand dryers they have at rest stops.
Not only does it not make my panties moist, it's like I get early onset menopause. My reaction to reading about smelly dripping bodily fluids?
Ok, so in that sense, these books are quite perfect for me. But that's not the only reason I enjoy them. I still have emotional needs that must be met. And I've been married waaay too long to be under the illusion that my husband is going to swoop in and fill that role.
I ain't even mad, baby. We've been staring at each other for too many years to get butterflies in our tummies.
Besides, I think that the fact that you don't make much fun of the way I fart in my sleep, says something about how much you love me. And as such, I must have at the very least! And this book lets me safely fantasize about the kind of love that But I could probably find a mushy romance pretty easily.
So what sets this book apart from the nine bjillion other romances out there that I've read? Is the amazingly hawt JD? I mean, he's great, but in real-life he's not my fantasy guy.
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