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No Glitter Blown

Honest reviews of things that caught my fancy, or not.

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Art in Theory 1900 - 2000: An Anthology of Changing Ideas
Paul Wood, Charles Harrison
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Gary P. Leupp
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Pat Bertram
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The Other Man - L.M. Brown This was one of those books that just makes you go--Awkward!Nothing like your boyfriend's other lover showing up at your door and he's not even around. The set up is just pure, are-you-kidding-me and Hell-no worthy. Simon's a good guy and much more stable than I think most would be in a similar situation. When Max rings the bell and Jeremy's nowhere to be found, he still opens the door and invites Max to stay. Of course, Jeremy's got some explaining to do. I actually loved the beginning of the story and how Simon and Max met, started talking and learning about themselves through each others interpretations from having shared Jeremy. It was eye-opening and a bit heart aching. It was the part after Jeremy decides to bless us with his presence that didn't work for me.I felt like there was so much more ground that needed to be explored between Jeremy and the two that what happened was a cheat and the circus at the end was unnecessary and comical and aggravatingly disrupted the really hot menage scene. Just as it started to flare hot, it came to a screeching halt. Recommended to Megan Hart fans who wish she wrote happier endings.Favorite passage:"Am I going to like any of the answers?""Probably no more than I'd like to know about your sex life with Jeremy."~~ A copy was provided to me for a No Glitter Blown review~~Reviewed for Hearts On Fire Reviews