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Tomasz Mlot Mlot من عند Chak Farakpur, Uttar Pradesh 247121، الهند من عند Chak Farakpur, Uttar Pradesh 247121، الهند

قارئ Tomasz Mlot Mlot من عند Chak Farakpur, Uttar Pradesh 247121، الهند

Tomasz Mlot Mlot من عند Chak Farakpur, Uttar Pradesh 247121، الهند

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Want to love this, but am strugging a bit with it. A little slow, and when the author says he is journeying around the coast of England, I think he means to stop at EVERY town, village, burg and hamlet, even if there is nothing noteworthy to report. Never did improve, sorry to say.

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It's a good series of books. Very girlie but fun, light reading.

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Written by Tina Sunday, 17 July 2011 Title: Nutter Nero Author: Lynn Hagen Publisher: Siren-BookStrand Publishing, Inc Genre: Paranormal Publication date: May 19, 2011 ISBN: 1-610343-90-5 Pages: 104 Series: Brac Pack Reviewer: Tina Heat Level: M/M oral & anal intercourse Rating: Nero Credence is an electronics expert; he suffers from germ phobia, a little ADD and a touch of OCD. He becomes the most neurotic mate the Brac pack has encountered to date. When he’s sent to Maverick’s, to fix some electronic equipment, he finds and meets his new mate. Gunnar Sadena is a very laid back wolf. He doesn’t really get angry, which turns out to be a good thing when he meets Nero. He isn’t sure what to do with the little guy who wears blue gloves all the time, but he knows he doesn’t want to let him go. Somehow they are going to have to work this out. Nutter Nero by Lynn Hagen, the 12th book in the Brac Pack series, introduces us to Nero, an extremely neurotic person. He has a good reason for his neurosis and does amazingly well considering all of his issues. He even tolerates being called Nutter by his mate. Gunnar is the happy go lucky one in the pack, which is a good thing when your mate is more skittish than a long tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs. He does all he can to make Nero feel at home with him. Unfortunately in the end, it’s Nero’s bravery and ability to overcome which is tested. I like the under lying theme of being comfortable in your own skin, no matter what might be wrong with you. Adapting and finding love isn’t easy for all of us, and some of us are a little like Nero and skittish too. In the end Nero proves to us all, he can overcome and teach us to do the same. This book is a part of a series which should be read in order. Once again we encounter characters from previous books in the series, which made me smile and helped Nero become one of the mates.