Found myself sick in bed alone recently; nothing to do but pray for a
quick death that would not come, spared only by neat delusions ("I
know why cats knead you! They're pushing back in the dreams!").
In the post-sickness (lucid but cannot walk straight yet) period, I
found the time to re-read some old favourites.
CHARM SCHOOL, by Elizabeth Watasin. Still *highly* recommended.
--- In Yuricon@yahoogroups.com, "Jen" <puni@...> wrote:
> Oh, did I find a GOOD one. ^__^
> I grabbed the collected volume 1 of CHARM SCHOOL by Elizabeth
Watasin. A fun, light-hearted romp of girly lovin' for all ages.
> Starring a witch named Bunny (yeah, you read that right) and her
romantic adventures. Bunny is currently gah-gah for her butch biker
babe, a vampire mechanic named Dean... but along comes a mysterious
faerie named "Fairer Than"... and this ain't no ordinary fairie. ^__^
> Of course, half the book is devoted to Bunny figuring out just what
exactly Fairer Than is... and once she does, Things kick into high gear.
Me, I loved it. Great art, funny story with a hint of romantic angst.
Thoroughly entertaining... and all the while staying PG-13. Yup, no
nudity, just (non-gratuitous) kissing and loooooong, sultry stares.
> HIGHLY recommended!
> Kisses XXOOXX