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Defy Not The Heart

SUMMARY Defy Not The Heart

Reina seethes with rage over her fate taken captive by the knight Ranulf a golden giant of a man who has pledged to deliver her to the nuptial bed of the despised Lord Rothwell She will never accept such bondage and Reina offers herself. Ohhhh you guys 1989 such an odd time for romance novels not uite old school not uite new To wit1 Fabio is on the cover In purple tights Because that's totally what men wore in 11922 Seriously awesome kick ass take charge heroine whom we meet wearing armor and defending her keep which she has been in charge of for a few years She's 17 3 Causing marriage by rape is frowned upon4 Kidnapping Go for it 5 Husband to be agrees to write it in their marriage contract that he'll never use his fists on her he really doesn't want to hurt her6 But privately he wonders how else can a man keep his wife under control It's okay He'll just threaten to spank her to make sure she obeys and follow through as needed7 Reina had complete control over who she chose to marry 8 But she was furious when another woman dared have a preference for her own marriage too because women just don't know what was right for them9 Ranulf really respects Reina and generally trusts her opinions 10 But women aren't supposed to like sex so he doesn't actually respect her thoughts on that matter11 Until he realizes maybe she's right and goes to see the town whore for advice12 And then the misunderstanding that arises when she walks in on them is actually discussed And cleared upAnd actually the second half or so of the book is the two of them working at their marriage and growing as individuals and as a couple and really becoming a solid pair Even when one does something the other disagrees with they work through it Kind of novel really Does that balance out the fact that working through it occasionally means punishment first Eh It was mostly a super fun read Usually there's so much wrong with an 80s romance that the uestion can't even be asked so overall win I'm not surprised that she's still writing these days she's good

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To her kidnapped instead offering to make Ranulf a great lordif he agrees to wed herBut the brave knight desires much than a marriage of convenience from this proud headstrong lady who treats him with scorn yet makes his blood run hotter tha. The two main charcters made a choice to marry and made the best of the situation And actually the second half or so of the book is the two of them working at their marriage and growing as individuals and as a couple and really becoming a solid pair Even when one does something the other disagrees with they work through itOhhhh you guys 1989 such an odd time for romance novels not uite old school not uite new I loved Ranulf Fitz Hugh and so his lady Reina Don't know that I'd fully ualify this story as a Bodice Ripper though it definitely had some elements There was definitely the build up which began with contempt that eventually turned to love But not just love It's adorable Love Theo I had read some reviews about this book before I had started it and some said the the writing of the dialog really bothered them so I was prepared to not really like the book However it didn't bother me at all and I did really enjoy the book IMO it is a differnt kind of Johanna Lindsey book in that there really wasn't any emotional drama Fun fulfilling and enjoyable romance novel Good characters Good plot Events are well done

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N liuid fire She must come to him of her own free will or Ranulf will take her For the passion that consumes them both cannot long be denied even though gravest peril surely awaits them on the heart's trail to a destines and turbulent lov. The gruff and stubborn hero meets his match in his little generalI’m a huge sucker for a historical romance and medieval is one of my favourite types So I put out the call to my Facebook buddies on what was their favourite medieval HR and authors Wow seems like I’m not alone in liking these types of books Johanna Lindsey’s name came up than once and Defy Not The Heart seemed to be agreed upon as a good example of her work Within the first pages I knew I was hooked Yes the language was a little hard to understand at times but that just makes you pay attention to the words you’re reading A strong and determined heroine who does not hesitate to speak her mind and a hero with a surly attitude good looks and a dislike of “Lady’s” which by the end of the story you know is well founded This is a bodice ripper that readers over the years have either loved or loathed While the disrespect and disregard are abhorrent to our generation it was a sign of their times In some respects those parts to the stories are the parts I love the most The women know their place and the repercussions they face if they don’t abide by their husband's rules In Defy Not The Heart my enjoyment stemmed from the heroine’s disregard for the rules and the heroes ability to handle his temper when his blasted “Lady” kept defying him I loved seeing this couple mesh their livesReina is under attack and her circumstances are looking grim She knew that being unwed and living on an estate with such huge value would make her susceptible to unscrupulous Lords wanting her lands She just didn’t realise they would attempt the deception so mercilessly In dire straits Reina is surprised to hear that there is someone who is attacking the attackers She is savedor so she thinks Imagine her surprise when the giant of a man who saves her ends up kidnapping her to deliver her to another unscrupulous Lord for a pittance Reina working with her kidnappers best friend manipulates the situation to come out in her favourRanulf is a bastard literally and figuratively He’s not led a pleasant life but he has managed to save a decent amount of money to buy his own property The way he made his money was by selling his services as a mercenary In this particular job instead of taking his payment upfront he decides to do the job first and get paid on completion Ranulf’s main reason for doing this is because he does not like his employer and does not want to commit to something he may want to back out of before completion It was a good decision in the endReina and Ranulf’s first meeting was not ideal and they don’t particularly like each other With a little coaxinga touch of kidnappingand a lot of manhandling we finally see Reina and Ranulf married It is not an easy kind of marriage as they have to learn to handle each other while also dealing with outside forces trying to get their hands on Clydon Reina’s holdings and now Ranulf’s There are also parts of both of their histories that pop up and need to be dealt with In regards to claims of rape and beatingshogwash Geez every historical romance unless it’s clean would seem like rape slight exaggerationmaybe Most first beddings are meant to be portrayed as the virginal heroine feeling like she’s being ripped apart The beatingswell let’s just say I was expecting than the friendly tap and fondle we got Maybe it was his threat of using a whip that had everyone in an uproarBasically Defy Not The Heart had enough history intrigue and drama to keep my attention from beginning to end I was sucked in and devoured every word I will definitely be looking to read from this authorTo buy Defy Not The Heart from ’m an Aussie chick who loves to read and review romance drink coffee be a Style Setter and stalk David Gandy To see of my reviews fashion food and pervathons Bittersweet fire She must come to him of her own My Darling Caroline free will or Ranulf will take her For the passion that consumes them both cannot long be denied even though gravest peril surely awaits them on the heart's trail to a destines and turbulent lov. The gruff and stubborn hero meets his match in his little generalI’m a huge sucker Periodic Tales for a historical romance and medieval is one of my Supreme Justice (Dana Cutler, favourite types So I put out the call to my Facebook buddies on what was their The Mind and the Brain favourite medieval HR and authors Wow seems like I’m not alone in liking these types of books Johanna Lindsey’s name came up than once and Defy Not The Heart seemed to be agreed upon as a good example of her work Within the Party Poopers (Rotten School, first pages I knew I was hooked Yes the language was a little hard to understand at times but that just makes you pay attention to the words you’re reading A strong and determined heroine who does not hesitate to speak her mind and a hero with a surly attitude good looks and a dislike of “Lady’s” which by the end of the story you know is well Higgledy Piggledy the Hen Who Loved to Dance founded This is a bodice ripper that readers over the years have either loved or loathed While the disrespect and disregard are abhorrent to our generation it was a sign of their times In some respects those parts to the stories are the parts I love the most The women know their place and the repercussions they West Wing to Maternity Wing! face if they don’t abide by their husband's rules In Defy Not The Heart my enjoyment stemmed Tales from a Young Vet from the heroine’s disregard An Honorable Gentleman for the rules and the heroes ability to handle his temper when his blasted “Lady” kept defying him I loved seeing this couple mesh their livesReina is under attack and her circumstances are looking grim She knew that being unwed and living on an estate with such huge value would make her susceptible to unscrupulous Lords wanting her lands She just didn’t realise they would attempt the deception so mercilessly In dire straits Reina is surprised to hear that there is someone who is attacking the attackers She is savedor so she thinks Imagine her surprise when the giant of a man who saves her ends up kidnapping her to deliver her to another unscrupulous Lord Bulletproof Bodyguard / Heiress Recon for a pittance Reina working with her kidnappers best Christmas Wishes friend manipulates the situation to come out in her Devils Due (Red Letter Days, favourRanulf is a bastard literally and Apple Blossom Bride (Serenity Bay, figuratively He’s not led a pleasant life but he has managed to save a decent amount of money to buy his own property The way he made his money was by selling his services as a mercenary In this particular job instead of taking his payment upfront he decides to do the job Hot Spell (P.A.R.A Investigations first and get paid on completion Ranulf’s main reason The Promise He Made for doing this is because he does not like his employer and does not want to commit to something he may want to back out of before completion It was a good decision in the endReina and Ranulf’s Seven Wonders Journals first meeting was not ideal and they don’t particularly like each other With a little coaxinga touch of kidnappingand a lot of manhandling we The Defiant Debutante finally see Reina and Ranulf married It is not an easy kind of marriage as they have to learn to handle each other while also dealing with outside Gold Rush Groom forces trying to get their hands on Clydon Reina’s holdings and now Ranulf’s There are also parts of both of their histories that pop up and need to be dealt with In regards to claims of rape and beatingshogwash Geez every historical romance unless it’s clean would seem like rape slight exaggerationmaybe Most Tested By Fire first beddings are meant to be portrayed as the virginal heroine Rancher Daddy (Saddlers Prairie, feeling like she’s being ripped apart The beatingswell let’s just say I was expecting than the Even in the Darkness (The Lakeview Series, friendly tap and Maybe This Christmas...? fondle we got Maybe it was his threat of using a whip that had everyone in an uproarBasically Defy Not The Heart had enough history intrigue and drama to keep my attention The Quest (Warriors for the Light from beginning to end I was sucked in and devoured every word I will definitely be looking to read The Rich Stranger (Princes of the Outback, from this authorTo buy Defy Not The Heart Sleeping Beauty Suspect from ’m an Aussie chick who loves to read and review romance drink coffee be a Style Setter and stalk David Gandy To see of my reviews Christmas with Her Boss fashion Hunters Moon (Night Warriors, food and pervathons


10 thoughts on “Defy Not The Heart

  1. says:

    Ohhhh you guys 1989 such an odd time for romance novels not uite old school not uite new To wit1 Fabio is on the cover In purple tights Because that's totally what men wore in 11922 Seriously awesome kick ass take charge heroine whom we meet wearing armor and defending her keep which she has been in charge of for a few years She's 17 3 Causing marriage by rape is frowned upon4 Kidnapping? Go for it 5 Husband to be agrees to write it in their marriage contract that he'll never use his fists on her he really doesn't want to hurt her6 But privately he wonders how else can a man keep his wife under control? It's okay He'll just threaten to spank her to make sure she obeys and follow through as needed7 Reina had complete control over who she chose to marry 8 But she was furious when another woman dared have a preference for her own marriage too because women just don't know what was right for them9 Ranulf really respects Reina and generally trusts her opinions 10 But women aren't supposed to like sex so he doesn't actually respect her thoughts on that matter11 Until he realizes maybe she's right and goes to see the town whore for advice12 And then the misunderstanding that arises when she walks in on them is actually discussed And cleared upAnd actually the second half or so of the book is the two of them working at their marriage and growing as individuals and as a couple and really becoming a solid pair Even when one does something the other disagrees with they work through it Kind of novel really Does that balance out the fact that working through it occasionally means punishment first? Eh It was mostly a super fun read Usually there's so much wrong with an 80s romance that the uestion can't even be asked so overall win I'm not surprised that she's still writing these days she's good


  2. says:

    Sadly Johanna Lindsey is an author whose time has passed But for a while except for maybe Jude Deveraux there was no other mass market Romance author in the 1980’s 1990’s whose prolific writing achieved such commercial success Lindsey even reached #1 on the New York Times Best Seller list with “Defy Not the Heart During this time period Lindsey was at her peak and in a span of 10 to 15 years churned out book after book with the best covers ever that for but a few exceptions were all great reads or rank among my most beloved romances For sure they were not always the best written often rambling on about unimportant characters and telling than showing and so often I wanted to strangle the heroines for their stubbornness and TSTL tendecies Yet oddly I loved her plots involving kidnapping and forced marriages and overbearing handsome men who usually treated the heroine like crap one minute and then was passionate making lurv to her then brushing her hair as afterplay I ate her books up like candy and have the emotional cavities to prove itIn “Defy Not the Heart” Ranulf Fitz Hugh is a bastard mercenary knight simply working on another job He is to kidnap Lady Reina and bring her to her “betrothed” Lord Rothwell an elderly man who Reina’s never met Reina not being a stupid girl is sensible and realizes that as an unmarried woman she's in a precarious position Since Rothwell hasn’t yet paid Ranulf for his services and Rothwell’s claim to marriage is false anyway why doesn’t Ranulf wed Reina himself? She’s a wealthy heiress and such a union would make Ranulf a wealthy lord A marriage of convenience takes place and the two seemingly different spouses settle into married life“Defy Not the Heart” combines some of my favorite tropes to make this book a truffle bacon cheese and macaroni comfort read First the cover A dazzling Elaine Duillo masterpiece with a pink purple background featuring a blond Fabio looking like Prince Adam of Eternia in a white poofy shirt that drapes off his shoulders baring his massive pecs biceps and purple tights that cling to his bulging muscles There’s that female model who’s always posing alongside Fabio this time with flowing raven hair her fingers clutching Fab’s purple thighs while she sports a sexy red dress that shows boobies than most infants see their first months of life Reina’s supposed to have ittie bitty titties so that was a major exaggeration on Duillo’s part Ranulf is a brute a knight with no time for chivalry he bangs slutty fat chicks parties with his buds pisses where he likes and is an all around ill mannered boor But he's secretly insecure He’s remarkably good looking so handsome that women chase him wherever he goes He's never received any genuine affection or love from a woman in his rough life The illegitimate son of a noble lord Ranulf has had to fight for his way and finishing this one job to kidnap an unmarried heiress and bring her to a “fiancée” will enable him to have enough funds to buy a land and show up dad once and for all But Reina’s offer of marriage is impossible to resistReina's one of Lindsey’s best heroines not a hard feat to achieve considering how caustic so many of them are She is short plain looking except for her pretty eyes Reina’s charms are her brains and ability to lead She’s no shrinking violet a no nonsense girl who'll pull up her sleeves to protect her castle and people Reina’s witty and yes she gets prissy although she’s no shrew Some call her a mouse but Ranulf's pet name is “Little General” And though not beautiful she’s not “Woe is me my looks suck” but knows it’s her practical ualities that get her the hunkiest man around I’ve read other readers complain about how little interaction Ranulf and Reina have with each other and perhaps because Lindsey has a penchant to make her protagonists constantly fight this scarcity is a good thing The scenes with Ranulf and Reina are all the memorable from their first interaction when after waiting hours to meet the Lady whose castle he’s invaded an impatient Ranulf unknowingly picks up an armor clad Reina and throws her to the floor causing Reina to crack jokes about housekeeping to the sexy bedroom sessions with light bondage and spanking punishments which although rather vanilla today were a bit controversial at the time I hate when arranged marriages in historicals are approached with the attitude of “I won’t have sex until you love me” That’s so phony and fortunately Reina has no problem looking forward to her marriage bed and Ranulf has no problem performing his duties Alas he’s terrible in the sack I love the fact that Ranulf's an oaf in bed view spoilerMaybe this is TMI but as a long time married gal I appreciate the fact that 90% of what my H I learned about lovemaking we did together Ranulf visits a prostitute to listen to advice on how to please Reina as his lust is too great to let him last longer than a few seconds Reina catches him in a compromising situation though Ranulf shrugs it off and doesn’t apologize He just asked for advice not set it into practice so why be sorry? It's his wife and only his wife he wants And the results of his lessons arememorable hide spoiler


  3. says:

    Defy not the Heart is the story of Ranulf and ReinaSince her father passed away an year ago Reina de Champeney is the lady of her keep in Clydon and does everything to help her people including making decisions about her marriage a power which her father left her with Her life has a hitch when she welcomes Knight Ranulf Fitz Hugh into her home who later kidnaps her as he has pledged to deliver her to the old Lord Rothwell in exchange for a handsome bountyNever agreeing to be sold like a chattel Reina instead offers her lands and hand to Ranulf in a marriage of convinience and he unwillingly acceptsThis was a fun read No insta love or insta attraction the leads are only fascinated by one another and mostly annoyed They get married for mutual benefit and consummate for dutySoon proximity leads to attraction which blooms into loveI hate the virgin pornstar phenomena and this didn't have it The heroine was a sassy strong and independent the hero a gentle giant of a courageous warrior I loved him getting lessons in lovemaking her being protective of him and their people and the furry Lady Ella There were many laugh out loud moments in the book The couple was young h 17 H 23 and spent their time either tumbling in bed fighting or managing their lands Sweet endingSafe Safe with minor exceptions view spoiler when the couple marries H is not attracted to the heroine hence considers talking to other wenches but Theo scares them away Also little ex drama in the end but H throws her out of his keep hide spoiler


  4. says:

    Ebook is just 399 Wish it had the Fabio cover though Search for this one instead kisses kindle app


  5. says:

    This is another of the fave romance novels of my preteen yearsAbout the COVERI don't know how I feel to be completely honest Okay I'll admit it I love this coverYes Fabio is hilarious Yes he's wearing lavender tights Yes her hair is blowing in the breeze and her bosom is heaving Yes his chest is gleaming and grossly oiled and his hair is longBut it's like a CLASSIC ROMANCE NOVEL COVER The font in the title is FABULOUS The metallic shadowing love it I swear I even think the composition and colors are great the crimson white gold black lavenderviolets gorgeous Am I crazy? No fuck it It's awesomeThis is not to say that it isn't embarrassing as hell It is But it's still fucking fabulousOkay now about the actual storyIt's adorable I love Reina I love what's his name Ranulf I think it was Love Theo Love the cat Lady Ella Love to hate the actual Lady Ella A lot of this positive feeling is nostalgia so I don't know if it's trustworthy But I remember loving this Of course I was like 12 when I read it My BFF and I were somewhat naughty and precocious We were Johanna Lindsey junkiesWell back to the book I remember the hilarious expressions Johanna Lindsey always invents in her books Christ's toenails God's nightgown There's always one Just thinking of it cracks me up This book just has to be readI just remembered another Johanna Lindsey uh trademark I guess you might call itThe roar HEHEHEEHEHEE The hero usually roars when he has an orgasm I don't know about you but I think that's just comedic gold right there When you look at Fabio on the cover you have to accept that there is going to be a certain level of cheese You have to embrace it


  6. says:

    The two main charcters made a choice to marry and made the best of the situation And actually the second half or so of the book is the two of them working at their marriage and growing as individuals and as a couple and really becoming a solid pair Even when one does something the other disagrees with they work through itOhhhh you guys 1989 such an odd time for romance novels not uite old school not uite new I loved Ranulf Fitz Hugh and so his lady Reina Don't know that I'd fully ualify this story as a Bodice Ripper though it definitely had some elements There was definitely the build up which began with contempt that eventually turned to love But not just love It's adorable Love Theo I had read some reviews about this book before I had started it and some said the the writing of the dialog really bothered them so I was prepared to not really like the book However it didn't bother me at all and I did really enjoy the book IMO it is a differnt kind of Johanna Lindsey book in that there really wasn't any emotional drama Fun fulfilling and enjoyable romance novel Good characters Good plot Events are well done


  7. says:

    I've often found Johanna Lindsey's stories to be either lukewarm or heavy on the Rapey McRaperton with not a ton of substance However and despite having Fabio on the cover barf this story won me over I loved Ranulf Fitz Hugh and so his lady Reina Don't know that I'd fully ualify this story as a Bodice Ripper though it definitely had some elements There was definitely the build up which began with contempt that eventually turned to love But not just love Mutual respect admiration and tenderness which developed at a pace that felt realistic and made me feel invested in the characters; a sure sign that I'm loving a story And I did


  8. says:

    Fun romp One of the first of this genre I ever read Silly fun but I remember being impressed by all the historical detail So when people rave about Outlander I think posh tosh


  9. says:

    The gruff and stubborn hero meets his match in his little generalI’m a huge sucker for a historical romance and medieval is one of my favourite types So I put out the call to my Facebook buddies on what was their favourite medieval HR and authors Wow seems like I’m not alone in liking these types of books Johanna Lindsey’s name came up than once and Defy Not The Heart seemed to be agreed upon as a good example of her work Within the first pages I knew I was hooked Yes the language was a little hard to understand at times but that just makes you pay attention to the words you’re reading A strong and determined heroine who does not hesitate to speak her mind and a hero with a surly attitude good looks and a dislike of “Lady’s” which by the end of the story you know is well founded This is a bodice ripper that readers over the years have either loved or loathed While the disrespect and disregard are abhorrent to our generation it was a sign of their times In some respects those parts to the stories are the parts I love the most The women know their place and the repercussions they face if they don’t abide by their husband's rules In Defy Not The Heart my enjoyment stemmed from the heroine’s disregard for the rules and the heroes ability to handle his temper when his blasted “Lady” kept defying him I loved seeing this couple mesh their livesReina is under attack and her circumstances are looking grim She knew that being unwed and living on an estate with such huge value would make her susceptible to unscrupulous Lords wanting her lands She just didn’t realise they would attempt the deception so mercilessly In dire straits Reina is surprised to hear that there is someone who is attacking the attackers She is savedor so she thinks Imagine her surprise when the giant of a man who saves her ends up kidnapping her to deliver her to another unscrupulous Lord for a pittance Reina working with her kidnappers best friend manipulates the situation to come out in her favourRanulf is a bastard literally and figuratively He’s not led a pleasant life but he has managed to save a decent amount of money to buy his own property The way he made his money was by selling his services as a mercenary In this particular job instead of taking his payment upfront he decides to do the job first and get paid on completion Ranulf’s main reason for doing this is because he does not like his employer and does not want to commit to something he may want to back out of before completion It was a good decision in the endReina and Ranulf’s first meeting was not ideal and they don’t particularly like each other With a little coaxinga touch of kidnappingand a lot of manhandling we finally see Reina and Ranulf married It is not an easy kind of marriage as they have to learn to handle each other while also dealing with outside forces trying to get their hands on Clydon Reina’s holdings and now Ranulf’s There are also parts of both of their histories that pop up and need to be dealt with In regards to claims of rape and beatingshogwash Geez every historical romance unless it’s clean would seem like rape slight exaggerationmaybe Most first beddings are meant to be portrayed as the virginal heroine feeling like she’s being ripped apart The beatingswell let’s just say I was expecting than the friendly tap and fondle we got Maybe it was his threat of using a whip that had everyone in an uproarBasically Defy Not The Heart had enough history intrigue and drama to keep my attention from beginning to end I was sucked in and devoured every word I will definitely be looking to read from this authorTo buy Defy Not The Heart from ’m an Aussie chick who loves to read and review romance drink coffee be a Style Setter and stalk David Gandy To see of my reviews fashion food and pervathons


  10. says:

    Reread ReviewI wish I had been in the habit of leaving reviews back in the day when I went through and marked all these Johanna Lindsey books as read I would love to see how my thoughts differ over the years but I cheated myself out of this While I can't say with 100% surety I think this book was the first Johanna Lindsey book I ever read when I was around 14 or 15 maybe? Maybe even before that I feel like it was because after reading this book I went on to experience many different author's works and then later developed a love for Johanna Lindsey and her Malory clan only to many many years later move out of my parents home into my own place and start unpacking books that had been boxed up for many years to find this book in all its cover torn off spine barely holding it together glory and realize that this book was also written by Johanna Lindsey It was hard to tell due to both the front cover and back cover missing I still have this torn up book though I have long since purchased a newer copy without its fabiotastic cover since most of the time they don't reproduce those old school bodice ripper coversIt was like fate had pushed me to loving of Johanna's works after not knowing I had read her stuff before Makes sense to me because now adays if I find a writing style I'm clicking with I immediately devour everything the author has ever written books magazines interviews grocery lists yea ya'll fell me I know you do lolThis series takes place in one of the earliest time periods that Johanna wrote about Not including our brief time traveling stints in some of her other books This is one of my most favorite FMC's of this author's because though she is small she is fierce Reina is nothing like the typical lady of this time period would be like and I absolutely love the fact that she gives as good as she gets Her only problem is that she spends time angry and in a snit about stuff than she does getting even lol Otherwise she is a bad A of her time handling her business and everyone else's like a freaking boss Or at least how a boss of that time would get their stuff accomplished lol Ranulf is our typical jock type hero with all the goods to go with it but his upbringing has hardened his heart and at the same time gave him a sensitive side while very shallow it still endears him to me since he can almost be considered simple on the emotion scaleIts hard not to love the detailed nature introduced in this story as the author not only uses known historical events as well as places and people while weaving her own magic in creating fictional characters and wars Still love this story after all these years My reread really left me with all the nostalgia as well as warm fuzzies so I'm upping this from 4 stars to 5 There really is nothing better than the feeling of coming home that you get from rereading books you grew up with No new books can give you that exact feeling the first time around just as I'm sure these books didn't give me that feeling so many years ago but lucky for me I get to experience it now


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