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She later realizes that they are hundreds of feet above the ground and that Daniel has wings which he uses to fly, before she falls into unconsciousness again. Luce wakes up in the hospital to find out that Todd died of the fire in the library. There she is taken care of by Gabbe and Arriane and she discovers Daniel is outside her room and that he brought her Wild Peonies, her favorite flowers. This makes Luce feel suspicious of their possible past connection once more as she is sure that no one at Sword and Cross knows her favorite flower and that it is rarely seen.
Again she is questioned by the police, linking yet another mysterious death by fire to Luce who are accompianed by the lawsuit for Sword and Crosses and Miss. As the pieces of the puzzle start to come together, more questions are raised. Now as Luce begins to realize that she truly loves Daniel, her vague dreams about him become startlingly clear.
At the same time, Cam makes more advances on her, suddenly making Luce feel uncomfortable in his presence and an intuition awakens within her telling her to stay away from the sly and cunning Cam. Cam repeatively gives Luce gifts like a serpent necklace as it symbolises her fear of snakes. Eventually this leads to Cam and Daniel having a fight over her when she and Penn were researching information about Daniel. This leaves Penn and Luce dumbstruck as the boys ake it outside to deal with.
However, Luc still goes out with Cam even though she can see his hand punching Daniel in the face. She wants to tell him that she does not want him anything else than a friend her intuition cannot overpower her emotion, stirred each time she looks into his angelic and hypnotic face.
Luce also begins to theorize that Daniel can see the shadows that haunt her. He seems to know everything about her.
She is mystified by the occasional appearance of a violet light that engulfs him. While Luce struggles to find some answers, it seems that everyone--Daniel, Gabbe, Arriane, Cam, Molly, and even the old librarian, Miss Sophia --knows more about her life than she does. Luce is desperate to be together with Daniel, even though everyone, Daniel included, seems to be against them becoming involved with one another. Luce is determined to find out why their love is forbidden.
A movie has been in talks since when the first novel was released. Lotus Entertainment is the producer responsible for the adaptation of Fallen. It is set for release in early Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Contents [ show ]. Add an image. Lauren Kate - Fallen Book Trailer. Retrieved from " https: They are very different from each other and at first I wasn't quite sure who was the good guy and who was the bad guy.
As I got to know Daniel, I began to like him more and more and could completely understand why Luce is so captivated, and almost hypnotised, by him. The story does take time to get going and is definitely a slow burner, but I think it is well worth the wait, so be patient.
The ending is exciting, albeit a bit rushed; maybe a few pages from the beginning would have been better used at the end. I was left with a few questions, but that's okay, as I know there's another book coming, and I can't wait! Fallen is a brilliant read and has set the scene for what I hope will be a very exciting series. View all 24 comments. Feb 23, P rated it liked it Shelves: Yes, I must admit Fallen and Twilight have many similar things. Daniel and Edward.
Luce and Bella. The insta-love that ignites so fast. But nowadays, some books are written from that same plot, however, the narration and the writers' strategy are the most important to make their books different despite of the plot.
She's sent to the school that everyone here ends up with their crime. She makes friends, though some of them hates her, Luce manages to pull off the attention of these two boys, Daniel and Cam. Cam is hot, he's the dark side of her love interest while Daniel is someone Luce can't even have because he tries to push her away all the time with no reasons. Yet Luce doesn't give up, she stalks him, digs up his past, and is angry when she thinks that Denial belongs to another girl.
That's insane! I mean I liked the story, of course, but some of her behaviors were creepy as hell, and I couldn't believe that she was the center of this book where every man seemingly revolves around her. I didn't like the overly descriptive way of writing style. I sometimes like it when it gives me some feelings to appreciate the scenes or characters instead of being bored, but in this book, I got nothing from that narration, NOTHING, as if the author wanted to prolong the story and she failed to answer all the questions she dumped between the chapters.
Alas, they're not answered and left me curious for book two after finishing this. That being said, Deniel is such a jerk when he first meets Luce, he even flips her off and I thought, "How does this happen? But I couldn't stop reading, I was incredibly addicted to this book. Although I might give up if I read other books and this kind of predicament happens. Anyway, Fallen has something that kept me plowing through it without stopping and looking back to what I've done or how I can finish this book without a break.
Admittedly I enjoyed Fallen more than I thought. Maybe it's the fact that I saw the movie before the book, so it helped and guided me a lot about where I should expect or get the most out of it.
Naturally, the pace is undeniably sluggish that you can skip the first half of the book and you'll surely understand the rest of it. Loved this bad boy! View all 22 comments. I know I would have either ran away from that school or never interacted with anyone because someone might just be a murderer. The romance part of this book really threw me off because neither of the characters do anything or exhibit any characters for the other person to like and are practically strangers but still end up falling in love.
Which is very absurd considering the fact that nobody falls in love with a random guy because they seem familiar, but in this case I guess she feels her love for him in the past.
This would be a whole lot more meaningful if we were told how they fell in love in the first place, and I hope that at least the first time they fell in love it was more believable. Throughout this book there was not a single thing mentioned about either of them or their personality that made them intriguing or desirable in the slightest. We all love some sass or humor or loyalty or a badass streak that makes us fall in love with characters but all those things were given to the supporting characters and not the protagonists themselves which is kind of disappointing.
Luce is not a great protagonist. Why would anyone with any ounce of common sense get in a car a guy in a REFORM school unless they have a death wish or zero self preservation skills. That was a lot of negative about the characters but I did enjoy the premise of the plot.
Aug 22, Kelly and the Book Boar rated it did not like it Shelves: Find all of my reviews at: They are the people who seem to only choose books they know right from the jump they will hate and then write up a huge rant only to repeat the process over and over and over to infinity and beyond. Fallen ha Find all of my reviews at: Fallen had actually been on my TBR since its release — along with eleventy billion other books and since it was YA and part of a series which I have zero more evens for it just kept getting bumped further and further down the stack.
I mean Fallen followed the plot points of Twilight to a T. I thought I was going to be lucky enough to escape the super creeper scene, but nope. No such luck. We are talking this book was nearly a complete regurge of EV. Now, there were a few differences — like stuff actually happened in Twilight , but jackshit happened in Fallen. Instead he was. I keeeed. He was an angel. So it only gets 1. To all the fangirls out there who are just waiting in the wings to tell me how wrong I am? View all 39 comments.
Jul 13, Jeff rated it liked it Shelves: This book was pretty good!!! So yes, this is ur typical story about a girl getting hypnotized by a very bad boy. But don't worry, now's where the 'action' comes in! We've got a crazy girl, a hot sex god, and her awesome and ridiculous friends.
Howev This book was pretty good!!! It wasn't too bad for me, but people's, I hope you enjoy the next few books. This series started getting slower and slower and if you hate reading meaningless words But besides the point that this was a total fail for me, the first book was definitely enjoyable!! You guys will hopefully like it. View all 14 comments. Aug 09, Arlene rated it it was ok Shelves: There's nothing I dislike more than a book that's just downright boring with less than intriguing characters.
Oh wait, silly me, yes there is! I can't stand this new trend of shoving shallow storylines into needless series and trying to hook the reader with an annoying cliffhanger. Not right IMHO. This book came across as an incomplete story, where there were many questions left unanswered, and done so in such a sloppy manner that they came across as plot holes.
For me, this book was a mental eq There's nothing I dislike more than a book that's just downright boring with less than intriguing characters. For me, this book was a mental equivalent of a migraine, sound familiar? Sorry, but that's how I felt.
The mysterious, supposedly good looking Daniel wasn't squee-worthy or engaging enough to hook me for another few books. Can't quite pinpoint it, maybe it was his hostile behavior for more than half the book that I just couldn't get over.
He flipped off Luce when he first saw her? Did I read that right? So contrived. He ran brrrrrr I think the main issue I had with this book were the outstanding questions I have. For example, can someone please tell me what the heck these shadows, errrr wait, announcers, whatevs What are those? What purpose do they serve? Were they there to protect or harm Luce? What is up with Roland? The fires?? What caused them? How come no one cared that Todd died in the fire? What really went down the night Trevor died?
What was the purpose of introducing over a dozen characters in the first three chapters when a majority didn't even play a part in the rest of the story? How could finding out the truth physically kill Luce? My list can go on. This is the second book I've read on fallen angels and maybe it's just not my cup of tea, but I didn't find the concept engaging enough to carry me through for another couple of books.
But most importantly, I think regardless of this book being set up as a series, it should still be able to stand on its own and provide the reader a conclusive ending, with just enough intrigue to whet your appetite for more, not have you looking in the back cover for missing pages.
Not interested in continuing with this series and I'm surprised I finished this book. View all 43 comments. Mar 30, Thomas rated it it was ok Shelves: Fallen is one of those books that should not be judged by its cover. Despite the alluring, ambiguous plot promised by the book jacket, this book fell flat in way too many areas. The story is about Lucinda Price, who is sent to Sword and Cross boarding school after being suspected of arson. She also claims to have seen shadows stalking her, which only adds to the paranoia people presume of her.
There, she meets some nice friends - but no one compares to the attractive and mysterious Daniel Grigori Fallen is one of those books that should not be judged by its cover. There, she meets some nice friends - but no one compares to the attractive and mysterious Daniel Grigori. He keeps sending her mixed messages: Despite his roller coaster attitude, Luce finds herself being pulled toward him like a moth drawn to a flame, and will sacrifice anything to get closer to him. The beginning of Fallen was not that bad.
However, this book continued to crawl at a snail's pace the entire story. Nothing in the first pages seemed relevant or necessary to the plot as a whole. The characters were irritating for the most part.
I did not connect to Luce or Daniel. So when the two characters I did not connect with connected with each other, their relationship seemed forced and awkward. There was no explanation of why or how they fell in love, and the author did not craft the chemistry well. Fallen will appeal to many readers because of its lustrous cover, but ultimately contains average writing and does not satisfy.
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I never meant that idea to make it into a review, and yet So welcome to a review in which I use Doctor Who to explain this burgeoning genre in general, and Fallen in particular. Even if you don't know the show, it should be fairly cogent. Let's start with the 'wh EDIT: Let's start with the 'why'.
Like I said, I never meant this idea to make it into a review, so Because there is nothing else I can bring myself to do for this book. It's not quiiiiite horrible enough for a point-by-point refutation, like I did for Hush, Hush.
But it's too eye-gouging for me to do chapter by chapter mini-reviews though I did get through the first four or five like this; the results will be at the end of this final review. If I don't make a complete mockery of this book using my current Fandom of Choice, I won't review it at all, and if I don't review it then why the fuck did I read it?
So here goes Somewhat pic-heavy. When the Doctor says to Rose in 'School Reunion' that "You can spend the rest of your life with me, but I can't spend the rest of my life with you," he perfectly captures the essential conflict that I believe, at least ought to be at the heart of many of these PNRs. It's not the 'I want to kill you but I love you' conflict: That's what makes the romance poignant. There is a time bomb attached to it, even if the reader never has to watch it go off, and every moment we watch the couple together is more poignant because we know they only have a limited number of moments left.
If I had my way and Twilight had never been published this is the kind of story that would fill the subgenre. And your immortal characters, who wouldn't necessarily be male, would be more like the Doctor than they are right now.
Some authors are slightly aware of this, and they try to give us a little more Timelord in our Fallen Angel breakfast cereal.
Most of them got very, very confused and started writing about Daleks as romantic leads. Daleks are not romantic. When you see a Dalek you either run away screaming and hope it doesn't kill you when your back is turned or you blow it the hell up.
Very rarely do you care about its horrible past or its horrible present or how much it claims to love you because underneath all of that it still wants to kill you.
There's a reason they've been recurring villains for nearly all of the show's run. What is it, thirty odd seasons now? And these salt-shaker-shaped aliens still inspire fear in small children and cause adults to hide behind couches. Patch, from Hush, Hush, is a Dalek. Except he's a sneaky one; but he still fulfills the ultimate requirement: Actually, he's a Dalek with sex drive.
Daniel is less of a Dalek, but he's still no Doctor. No, he doesn't want to kill Luce. Um, wait, actually? That's not so sure. He does kiss her at one point expecting her to explode into bitty pieces and die. Which is, you know, not a good thing if you actually are in love with the girl. Anyhow, that's the one point. I expected that. If that had been all that was horrible about this book, I might have finished my chapter-by-chapter review. But there was a breaking point From there, it was all downhill.
It's the jump rope scene. After that, I just couldn't take this book seriously. I read this one aloud to my friends at lunch once and couldn't even finish; we were laughing too hard for me to read. Since you out there can't benefit from my dramatic reading, I'll just give you the passage to which I refer But Luce's body got the better of her mind when she caught another glimpse of Daniel.
His back was to her and he was standing in a corner picking out a jump rope from a tangled pile. She watched as he selected a thin navy rope with wooden handles, then moved to an open space in the center of the room. His golden skin was almost radiant, and every move he made, whether he was rolling out his long neck in a stretch or bending over to scratch his sculpted knee, had Luce completely rapt.
She stood pressed against the doorway, unaware that her teeth were chattering and her towel was soaked. When he brought the rope behind his ankles just before he began to jump, Luce was slammed with a wave of deja vu.
It wasn't exactly that she felt like she'd seen Daniel jump rope before, but more that the stance he took seemed entirely familiar. He stood with his feet hip-width apart, unlocked his knees, and pressed his shoulders down as he filled his chest with air. Luce could almost have drawn it. It was only when Daniel began twirling the rope that Luce snapped out of that trance Never in her life had she seen anyone move like him. It was almost like Daniel was flying. The rope whipped up and over his tall frame so quickly that it disappeared, and his feet- his graceful, narrow feet- were they even touching the ground?
He was moving so swiftly, even he must not have been counting. That is word-for-word what was in this book. Could you take it seriously after reading that? Either Lauren Kate is trolling and getting paid in which case good for her or she has no idea about pacing and scene choice and how to use language properly AT. This passage is ridiculously purple-prose'd, aside from being unnecessary did it advance the plot?
I didn't need to know about Daniel's 'sculpted knee'. I also didn't need to know about his 'graceful, narrow feet'. Frankly, I could care less how much Luce wants to jump his bones when she sees him. What's next?
Jumping rope is not sexy. It never will be. End of story. This should have been cut at some point in the editing process and it explains a LOT about the final product that it was not.
The good news is that now I can see the book as just silly. Like Christopher Eccleston dancing in a souped-up phone booth. Nah, this has nothing to do with the content of the review. I just like the gif.
Let's talk about Daniel and Luce a little more Most of what needs to be said about this 'romance' has already been said, none of it good. About the only thing I can come up with to mention that's positive is that Daniel's not nearly as bad as Patch the Dalek.
He's still not good, though. There's one scene worth addressing I spent three years on a full academic scholarship at the best college-prep school in the country. And when they kicked me out, I had to petition- petition! Probably freaking him out, but so what?
He'd been asking for it every time he condescended to her. She wasn't finished. I have an unerringly good sense of direction So don't keep talking to me like I'm stupid and don't tell me I don't understand just because I can't decode your erratic, flaky, hot-one-minute-cold-the-next, frankly" - she looked up at him, letting out her breath - "really hurtful behavior.
Two things, one brief: If Luce is so smart, why haven't we seen this before? Even something like her sense of direction should have come up in a narrative that's written in third person limited. Because none of it did this is just a massive, pointless infodump. Number two: It's not romantic to be told to shut up in any circumstances, but particularly in these He had no reason to say it other than to assert dominance over her. Basically, when he's around Luce, he's like this: Except, you know, nowhere near as hot.
Despite the fact that it's Luce who dies once every 17 years, Daniel manages to make it about him. And it's all about him. That kind of thing. Even Luce 'bends' around him- to the point of character derailment, actually, or it would be if she had established a character from which to derail. Luce was proving day after day that- especially when it came to Daniel- she was incapable of doing anything that fell under the category of "normal" or "smart". For once, I have to agree with the book.
However, I should take this time to point out that this is a horrible trick. Defining your character by telling the reader how she's changed, not by showing how she was before?
Writer cop-out. It was old the first time I encountered it; that's how bad of an idea this is. Maybe it's harder to actually develop a character and then have it make sense for them to deviate from their personality, but you know what? There's one more thing which I unfortunately do not have a Doctor Who picture for. Oh yes, and spoilers. Do you care? Thought not.
Somehow, if Luce is killed once and for all and would someone, please? I think. The plot wasn't really clear. But this couldn't happen before because she was raised in religion. This life, though, she was born to a pair of agnostics and never baptized and Agnostics will cause Armageddon. According to Lauren Kate, that is. I can't get past the first stage of my reaction: I welcome debate, if anyone would like to defend this book. And now, to end the review on a positive note, have some cute: Really, there are better things you can do with your time than read this book.
Go watch Doctor Who, for one! The chapter-by-chapter, before I gave up, spoilertagged so it doesn't screw with my formatting: Some authors started without a prologue, do you remember?
Used to be quite a la mode. Say, why do these reincarnated people never switch genders between lives? He remembers, of course. This will be an extra-long torture. Oh, and that title.
The beginning would be the first first first time. Not the umpteenth. As I understand it, these are the three points of our love triangle. We are also introduced to the Sword and Cross boarding school, which is preposterously dingy and unpleasant.
Oh right, plot convenience. Because a criminal heroine would be boring. Nothing interesting about murderers and arsonists at all. Oh yes, and the infamous flipping-off scene has occurred. This must be him trying to keep Luce away. You just made yourself more interesting.
Her hair is actually short- cue difficulty in picturing character. I never liked that cover anyhow. It has nothing to do with the chapter. No one gets tied. Are we supposed to be seeing how bad the students at Sword and Cross are? Oh that bugs me. Why the hell is he taking over her brain? And the shock collar. Change of subject, but let me digress this way for a moment. Daniel who is still being an asshole to chase her off. Yes, these books are targeted at teens. But this has been done and done and done again for teens.
Where are the novels that handle this in a logical, adult manner and refuse to get side-tracked by hormones? She did, she totally did. Writingfail and Editorfail.
Which is probably good for my sanity. View all 37 comments. Jul 13, xrysa rated it liked it Shelves: This book was a bit comfusing for me. The first half of the book was a little boring but the other half was very interesting. I dont know why but for the first time in my life I was annoyed by the 3rd person POV.
Luce Luce is new to the "Sword and Cross" school and everything is so much different than she expected to be. From the fisrt time she lays her eyes on him she has this weird feeling that she already knows him. Cam He wants madly to be with her. He wants to protect her but he cant. She is already falling for someone else.
The first half of the book wasn't interesting at all. It was only telling us how Luce is dealing with her new life. The story started getting interesting when the fire broke out in the school while she and Penn where trying to find The Watchers book. She felt lost and like that wasnt enough those stupid shadows wouldnt leave her alone.
All she remembered was something that couldn't be true. Well , like all the paranormal young adult books here Luce had to learn the truth about Daniel's true identity. What if you were cusred to see your beloved die every seventeen years?
Every sacrifice. Every pain. View all 56 comments. Dec 10, Shannon Giraffe Days rated it liked it Shelves: This is a tricky book to review, for a very simple reason: I did not know what this book was about, or what kind of book it was, when I started reading it, and the slow reveal made for a pleasurable, interactive reading experience.
So, I'm torn. On the one hand, I want others to have the same experience, which would mean I would have to keep mum about the plot etc.
On the other hand, I really really want to talk about what actually happens. I admit, unashamedly, that I bought this book This is a tricky book to review, for a very simple reason: I admit, unashamedly, that I bought this book for its cover please, click on the image to get a better view, it's worth it. It's gorgeous, absolutely gorgeous. Composition, typeface, colour, atmosphere - it has it all. Since I got it for the cover, and on the vague assumption that it would be some kind of paranormal romance book they usually are, with covers like this , I came to it with virtually no expectations.
This turned out to be a great advantage for the novel, because the prose isn't its strong suit.
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Let's not rush into these things. I'm still gawking at the cover Lucinda Price hasn't had the easiest of childhoods. Since she began seeing shadows at a young age, her worried parents have dragged her around to psychiatrist after psychologist, hoping for answers. Only by lying has Luce managed to get off the hated medication and have a semblance of a normal life - until, one night at a beach party, the boy Luce was with dies and everyone, including Luce herself, wonders what she had to do with it.
The students are strange or crazy, many with tracking bracelets on their wrists; there are security cameras everywhere and a fence to keep them in. Within her first hour there, she is befriended by Arriane, and her eye is drawn to a gorgeous boy called Daniel.
She feels like she knows him somehow, but after a friendly grin he gives her the finger. It's just the start of an immediate animosity on Daniel's part that Luce can't understand, or reciprocate. She also befriends Penn, a ward of the school since her father, the groundskeeper, left her an orphan; and Cam, a green-eyed, handsome boy, makes it clear he's interested. But Luce can only think of Daniel, who wants nothing to do with her.
As the appearance of the shadows increases, and her strange dreams of being held in Daniel's arms high in the sky persist, Luce is drawn deeper into a world of timeless love and a timeless battle between good and evil.
So that's my spoiler-free review - except that I've left a few hints you can choose to ignore or dissect, as you please. If you're really wondering what kind of paranormal this is, [spoiler!: If you're like me, you won't even notice. It meant nothing to me until I started putting the clues together - and it was fun doing it that way, figuring it out as I went.
Considering that hers is the only perspective we get and the only reason we don't get her first-person narration is so that Kate can include a prologue and epilogue from Daniel's perspective and that we start out with the same clues she does, this is somewhat surprising. She is a bit slow on the uptake. Now, since I can't talk about the heavy symbolism or [blank: How many YA books have you read that are about a girl, often a lonely or isolated or virtually friendless girl, starting a new school year either at their regular school or a new one , and encountering a hot new guy who for some reason or other pretends to hate her?
I can tell you how many I've read - in fact, I'll list them for you: Possibly Marked should be on the list too, but I just can't remember.
I've been told by trustworthy friends that Hush Hush is the worst culprit of all. And now we have Fallen. To be fair, Daniel has a pretty good excuse, but when Luce flares up at his patronising "you don't understand" attitude and lets him have it, I had to say "Good on you Luce! That you only notice it in a vague sort of way is a good thing, but the prose still isn't strong enough to make this a really great book. He has a family, after all-a wife and supposedly, a daughter. He killed his wife before coming to your apartment.
Another stabbing. There's talk of some sort of letter or manifesto, but no details have been released. I have men working on it now. Good men. Part of that is my fault, part your mother's. Your artistic streak has made you fiercely independent, and we agreed to give you some free reign to try things your way. But now it's time to do things my way. I'll have a man posted outside your room, and then, starting tomorrow, Daniel will become your driver and your bodyguard. Daniel's a good man, and is as loyal a Soldier as any of my men, but he does have a weakness for pretty young women, as I'm sure you know.
I won't tolerate anything going on between you two. Do you understand, Adriana? I've seen the way you look at him, and if it were anyone but you, I'd just assign someone else, but Daniel is the best at what he does.
While Daniel was charming and there was a certain magnetism about him, he could also be a first-class bastard. My physical attraction stopped there. You have nothing to worry about, trust me. As if I didn't already have enough on my mind, now I'd have to deal with Daniel around the clock. He was easy on the eyes. I'd have my hands full keeping myself from jumping his bones. He's got this Germanic or Nordic look about him, with piercing, amazing blue eyes to go along with blond hair, a square jaw and a chiseled physique.
He came to Uncle Carlo's house when his parents were murdered by a mobster who'd mistaken his family for someone else. I didn't even know his real name. Carlo had gotten him a fake identity in order to keep him safe from the Russians, who undoubtedly would've tried to hunt him down in order to eliminate all evidence of their screw-up.
I'm not sure why Uncle felt it was his responsibility, but despite being the boss, he did have a heart. Daniel was raised in Uncle Carlo's house, and when I came, he was like one of the staff's children. Now, at twenty-five, he looked like an Adonis, like someone who should have been making movies or causing housewives to have hot flashes on television rather than as a member of Uncle Carlo's organization. He'd gone to work for Carlo almost immediately after junior high school, starting as an errand boy before working his way up, not through brown nosing or anything, but through hard work and a level of dedication that was both frightening and inspiring.
Still, Daniel had his drawbacks, namely his cockiness. While most of the time it came across as good humor and banter, it annoyed the hell out of me.
He knew he was hot, and he wasn't ashamed to flaunt it. He was God's gift to women, and I admit I'd fantasized about him more than once, which was probably why he sometimes got on my nerves. But anything between Daniel and me would have to remain a fantasy. Uncle Carlo had made that clear more than once.
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He put up with Daniel's womanizing as long as I, his Bella , remained hands-off. That, and that it didn't interfere with his job. And that's what worried me-now Daniel was assigned to me. The most efficient and dedicated operative in Uncle Carlo's organization, and one of the sexiest men on the planet, was to become my bodyguard and driver, by my side virtually twenty-four hours a day.
I shivered and lay back. Life was going to get very, very interesting. Chapter 2 Daniel The little Hispanic girl wiggled back and forth on my lap, trying her best to entice me with her moves. Unfortunately for her, I was distracted as the music just wasn't sexy at all. I get it. Bass heavy dance music gives the girl a chance to shake her ass, and the throb of the bass can reverberate through your body to add to the illusion of her touching you, but I can't stand it.
Finally, I lost my patience and lifted her off me. Find yourself another disco stick. She made contact, a clear violation of the club's rules, but I was still wearing my pants, and I was the sort of patron that the normal rules didn't apply to anyway.
Now beat it. I'm not in the mood. She was a pro and knew when to back off. She smiled when I held out a twenty. Just not tonight. I'll make sure you get taken care of. I downed the rest of my drink and got up from the seat, making sure my pants were unstained.
Not seeing anything in the dim lights of the club, I shrugged Automatyczne logowanie Zarejestruj. Zaloguj Anuluj.Instructor can control wind- generated and swell components.
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