He’s intrigued by Amy, the only buccaneer to best him in this test of digital testosterone, while she just wants to take his arrogance down a peg. Blow Me Down by Katie MacAlister – book cover, description, publication history. Blow Me Down By Katie MacAlister – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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His smile turned into an outright grin, a grin that had me responding with a smile of my own despite my better intentions. The conflict mostly centered around trying to save Corbin from whoever was coming after him, so there was very little room for relationship conflict. I actually read this a long time ago and writing this review is making me want to reread it.
I turned back to my computer. A Tale of Two Vampires. They were literally rags, exposing far more of me than I was comfortable with—although really, what did it matter?
The little rat smirked. A crying jag in the brothel and game of bondage Q and A later, lead her to understand that Black Corbin is actually the Corbin, the guy who invented the game. His two crewmates laughed, unnecessarily long and hard, to my mind. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Who would play this? Looked at from that lens, it works. It was like something out of a movie.
Looks just like a pair of shades. Maybe I can get a second VR unit. There was no real emotional tension or macakister to their relationship; it just happened, in a matter of several in-game days macalidter equates to approximately one hour of real time. So I Married a Sorcerer. I have no personal, professional, nor familiar relationship to the author. You can use my laptop—it has the game client on it already. I lurched my way forward down the alley, stumbling once or twice as my legs seemed to relearn how to walk.
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Prepare to be humiliated. This Game Girl has wreaked havoc on the high seas—but the tide is about to turn The tip of my rapier pressed against the flesh of his neck, right next to where his pulse beat strong in his jugular vein. Buckling Swashes — the multiplayer online game that this is all supposed to take place in — sounds god awful!
I got the impression he was searching my face for signs I was lying to him. Return to Book Page.
The Art of Stealing Time. I didn’t care for Amy, too much financial planning, I liked Corbin and Holder was a hoot!
It made me question why I’d liked it so much 10 years or so ago; but let me tell you, after reading a bit more, I got sucked in again. Air, warm and thick and scented heavily with beer and unwashed male bodies, folded me in its embrace as I was dragged into a murky open-beamed room.
In the Internet virtual reality donw Buckling Swashes, Earless Erika and Black Corbin are two of the most deadly macalisger to sail the online seas. Jul 27, Jen Taylor rated it it was amazing.
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Amy is quickly thrown into a world of pirates, pillaging, brothels, and a handsome pirate captain Black Corbin-who happens to be the creator of the game. Here is the VR unit. Crouching Vampire, Hidden Fang. Well I bought it for like. But soon the two find themselves comrades in arms against a merciless rival bent on Corbin’s destruction–both on the virtual high seas and in real life.
Er…you want me to fight you? She also writes for the young adult audience as Katie Maxwell, and for the mystery world as Kate Marsh.
Blow Me Down by Katie MacAlister
Even if their perception of time wasn’t warped by the game, it would still be premature. The description on the back of the book is not the same as what the book actually is.
That bit about Erika being one of the most deadly pirates? This game has VR and she is launched into a different world. The sex scenes were funny and sexy. But when Amy — a financial analyst – gives a virtual reality game a try to keep her daughter quiet, reality, as she knows it ceases.
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The plot is fairly simple, though it has Amy running all over Corbin’s creation to stall her progress. Latie thought for a moment, mentally reviewing the latest credit card statement. This book was a very cute and sweet romantic comedy.
Which, I might add, is a great name for a pirate game. But soon the two find themselves comrades in arms against a merciless rival bent on Corbin’s destruction—both on the virtual high seas and in real life. I wish I could have given this 3.
He heaved an exaggerated sigh. If that doesn’t hook them, most likely the charming humor of an almost-midlife–crisis mom and a not-so-alpha hero falling head over buckles for each other will do the trick.