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    Highly amusing as well as heart squeezing

    Favorite Quotes: I used to spend more time with my friend, Jen. Raising three boys on my own made it difficult both time wise and financially, so those times eventually faded away. Like my sex life and my sanity; as well as the ability to squeeze my ass into a size ten anything. Hey, we all have baggage. When you meet someone you want to be with, you talk to each other, and you help each other downsize that full-size baggage into carry-on size. There’s a moment in a girl’s life when she realizes… This is it. He’s the one. The moment when time stands still, and everything goes quiet, except for the sound of two souls coming together and celebrating. For me that moment occurs under the soft glow of the front porch light, in the front seat of a Chevy Camaro ZL1. My Review: Refusing To Expire was an engaging, cleverly written, and highly amusing delight. I was immediately invested in the story and enjoyed the premise, snarky humor, and steamy sensual scenes as I smirked my way through Ms. Daniels’s entertaining and colorfully embellished tale. The characters were vibrantly detailed, endearingly flawed, and fully fleshed out. Alongside the wit and humor were emotive undercurrents and observant insights. During the couple’s graveyard visit to check on Victoria’s father I may have felt my black heart being squeezed and well, okay, it may have beat a bit harder than usual while my eyes felt a bit blurry, and maybe they even leaked a bit of strange fluid. And I will never be able to recall tumbleweeds or Nair in the same manner ever again, these items are now ruined for me and will forever incite a naughty smirk to crease my face. Sigh, Ms. Daniels has word voodoo and a new fangirl.

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