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Another long time reader who read romance novels in her teens, then took a long break before started back again about 15 years ago. She enjoys historical romance/fiction best, likes contemporaries, action- adventure and mysteries, will read suspense if there's no TSTL characters and is currently reading very few paranormals.

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  1. Elyssa Papa
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 15:19:08

    My wonderful cp and friend, Maggie Robinson, is releasing her debut this Tuesday. MISTRESS BY MISTAKE is a true courtesan story, and is a sexy, fun romp. I totally recommend it and can’t wait to buy my paper copy on Tues!

    More info is on her website: http://www.maggierobinson.net

  2. Jennifer Estep
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 15:34:05

    I read Burn Me Deadly by Alex Bledsoe. I love Bledsoe’s blend of epic fantasy and detective noir, and the first book in the series, The Sword-Edged Blonde, was one of my favorite reads last year.

    I also finished The Thief by Megan Whalen Turner after seeing so many positive comments about the series here at DA. The middle dragged a little for me (a little too much traveling/camping) but the twist at the end was very well done and had me smiling. I’ll be reading the next book in the series.

    I’m looking forward to getting some new books at RT this week too.

  3. Michelle
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 16:46:42

    For a “buried treasure” I would recommend Clare Dunkle’s The Hollow Kingdom-I am doing a reread. It is about 2 orphan sisters and the oldest’s battle with a goblin king who wants to steal her for his bride. Really interesting premise, the heroine is intelligent and the king even though he is a goblin is appealing. Its funny but I was thinking we have had vamps, weres, zombies but I haven’t really seen goblins as heros. The audio version is good also.

    There are 2 subsequent books but I think the first is the best.

  4. Lynn
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 17:56:23

    This past week I read:
    1. “First Lady” by Susan Elizabeth Phillips. I don’t normally read contemporaries, but just had to check out a runaway young widowed First Lady. Very glad I did. I’ll try more of her books. This was a buried treasure for me.

    2. “Duke Of Scandal” by Adele Ashworth. Historical. Real good, but found out that it was part of a series. I’ll read the other two soon.

    3. “In For A Penny” by Rose Lerner. Liked it very much.

    4. “One Perfect Rose” by Mary Jo Putney. It was really great.

    Reading now: “Splendid” by Julia Quinn, which is quite splendid, and then onto “Let It Be Love” by Victoria Alexander later tonight.

    Frustrated with “Hard Day’s Knight” by Katie MacAlister, which is not a historical, but set at a Ren Fest. I’m having a Hard time getting though it. Not flowing well.

    Whittling down my TBR pile.

  5. John
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 18:02:59

    About halfway through Sinful by Charlotte Featherstone. So far, it’s quite good and the steam factor is scorching!

    Wondering: What is the frequency/cheese factor of a nurse heroine and a hero who is blinded temporarily when he first meets her, then later gets back his site?

  6. Karenmc
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 18:34:39

    Finished re-reading Sherry Thomas’s Not Quite a Husband this morning. It’s a beautifully written book, and a second read adds to the enjoyment.

    Before that, it was Jennifer Haymore's A Touch of Scandal. The quick involvement between the H/H was a bit off-putting, but overall I found it very satisfying. I look forward to Haymore’s third book in the series, and wish her the best in her battle with breast cancer.

    Next up: Meredith Duran’s Wicked Becomes You.

  7. GrowlyCub
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 19:03:34

    @John:

    Please come back and let us know what you think once you finish. I’m very curious about your reaction.

  8. Jia
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 19:10:09

    @John: I don’t know that I’d call it cheesy, per se. Based on her previous book, I think Featherstone likes working with classic tropes. (The last book featured the secret baby.)

  9. NatalieT
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 19:15:50

    Just finished ‘Hellfire’ by Ann Aguirre yesterday. I wanted to savour it because it knew it would be good and it was…but *sob* was sad.
    Also read ‘Silver Borne’ by Patricia Briggs. Again, I wanted to savour it and it was wonderful.
    I also finished Megan Whalen Turner’s ‘The Queen of Attolia’ and ‘The King of Attolia’. It’s been a week and I’m still thinking about them. I am so in love with this series.

  10. May
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 19:46:12

    I feel like I haven’t read anything noteworthy in ages!! Well starting Tuesday I feel like we’re back into a ‘good book season’! April 27th I’m looking forward to the new Nora Roberts (3rd in bride series), The Carrie Diaries (by C.Bushnell), the new Meredith Duran, and I know I’m forgetting something else. Then in May there’s a new Sookie Stackhouse, the new Tessa Dare series starts, Jennifer Estep’s 2and Elemental Assasin book comes out, Julia Quinn has a new one…

    in other words, I hope to have much to recommend in next month’s reader thread! :)

  11. May
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 19:51:19

    @Lynn: I ended up hating Hard Day’s Knight. MacAlister is an author I have a love/hate with. Sometimes she totally sucks me in, other times I wonder why I keep reading her stuff.

  12. LizC
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 20:12:20

    @Lynn: One Perfect Rose has been one of my keeper novels for years. I have the cute little paperback-sized hardcover edition that I’ve had for for years because I can’t make myself get rid of it.

    I literally just finished A Murderous Procession, the latest in Ariana Franklin’s Mistress of the Art of Death series and I found it a little dull at times but holy crap that ending! When do I get the next book?

    Now I’m reading Just the Sexiest Man Alive because I read Julie James’ most recent novel first and worked my way backwards. I loved the other 2. Funny and hot and everything I like in a contemporary.

  13. Dishonor
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 20:23:01

    @Jennifer Estep: Ooh! Definitely keep reading the series. The Queen of Attolia is wonderful and sweet, and The King of Attolia is one of my all-time favorites.

    @Whoever mentioned The Hollow Kingdom: That was probably the first book I ever read that featured a romantic entanglement of any sort. XD I’ll always remember it for that alone, but it was a very enjoyable book on the whole. I’ve never read the sequels–what are they about?

    Meredith. Duran. Is. A. God.
    There you go. I said it. I haven’t read Wicked Becomes You yet, but I’m awaiting it eagerly, and never let it be said that I’m anything less than passionate when I really adore someone’s work. Bound by Your Touch was absolutely incredible, and her other work really speaks to me too. The excerpts have me slavering, and I simply CAN’T WAIT.

  14. Lynn
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 20:28:19

    @May: Then I can donate it in good conscience and move on. I haven’t even felt like skimming it.

    I have a love/hate thing with Kasey Michaels.

  15. Melissa
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 20:28:26

    My favorite reads of the month:

    Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake by Sarah Maclean – very good, charming regency romance

    Born of Night by Sherrilyn Kenyon – very good sci fi romance with a tortured hero (well it is SK)

    Silver Borne by Patricia Briggs – another amazing entry into the Mercy Thompson series

    I am looking forward to Lover Mine by J.R. Ward and Wild Fire by Christine Feehan.

  16. John
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 20:39:27

    @Growly Club

    Don’t worry, there will be a review up at some point. I really am enjoying it, and Featherstone really knows how to balance her sex and plot pretty well. Which surprises me, as some authors have a lot of trouble with this.

  17. KeriM
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 21:23:56

    Some recent fantastic reads lately:
    I went on a Marianne Stillings glom and read all 3 of Darling series, Arousing Suspicion, Satisfaction and Lucky Charm. AS, Nathan’s story was my fav.

    Another big fav was Ava Gray’s Skin Game. I had it on my watch list after DA reviewed it here. It was spot on. This was a smokin hot book and I am on pins and needles waiting for the next one in the series, Skin Tight.

    Also loved What The Librarian Did. Again reviewed here and alot of other places and deserved every one of the kudos.

    Some bright standouts for the month: Maggie Osbourn’s Foxfire Bride, Heather Webber’s Truly, Madly and Pamela Clair’s Naked Edge. Thank you ladies for such great writing! Please keep up the awesome work!

  18. may
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 21:28:44

    @KeriM: I read Heather Webber’s novel Truly, Madly in February and really liked it. I think it’s going to be a fun new series – i have high hopes! :)

  19. KeriM
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 21:30:23

    Me too May, I can’t wait! :-)

  20. Moth
    Apr 25, 2010 @ 22:56:53

    I picked up the latest Crusie/Mayer collab “Wild Ride” from the library and I’m having trouble getting through it. I read to page 40 and was just not impressed. :(

    And I basically always love Crusie, even when I don’t like the collab books as a whole I usually love the Crusie bits. *sigh* I’m still debating whether to go back to it or just return it to the library unfinished.

  21. Janine
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 01:07:25

    @Jennifer Estep: The later books in the Megan Whalen Turner series are more sophisticated than The Thief. There is also a unique romance in future books. I wasn’t fully hooked until the last third of book 2 but I am so glad I read the books. So if you liked The Thief I think you will like the others even more.

  22. Edie
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 01:51:04

    Not a recent release but I got Bengals something by Lora Leigh in a bulk lot of used books, and picked it up, and there is a great clanger of a stuff up in the book. One of the characters changes sex two thirds of the way through the book!!
    It hit the wall.
    The darn character was the only interesting one in the damn book, and as soon as they changed sex the edge was gone.

    Don’t NY books go through proof reads and editors?? How the F did that clanger get past them??

    Sorry I needed to rant, it has infuriated me endlessly in the last couple of days.

  23. Michelle
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 05:34:58

    @dishonor
    The second book Close Kin is about the sister, and the third book In the Coils of the Snake is about the return of the Elves and the treaty they make with the Goblins. I don’t think they live up to the Hollow Kingdom.

    I really liked Hard Day’s Knight. But it had an awesome cat and I am enjoy Katie Mac
    Alisters goofy humor.

    Re: Wild Ride. I thought it was ok. I really enjoyed Meyers bits a lot better than Crusies.

  24. Michelle
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 05:38:11

    Ack sorry about the above it wouldn’t let me edit out the “am” or fix Katie MacAlister’s name.

  25. Mireya
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 06:16:18

    My reads over the past couple of weeks have been:

    “Lord Carew’s Bride” by Mary Balogh (this is the first book of hers that I’ve ever read). I was intrigued by the blurb, and surprised at the less than physically perfect hero (I love Beauty and the Beast types of stories, and I do think this one qualifies). I have to take a closer look at her book list, which is quite extensive.

    2. Karen Ranney’s “An Unlikely Governess” which I truly enjoyed.

    3. “Embroidered Fantasies” by N.J. Walters (this is erotic romance). I love this series. My taste in erotic romance has changed, but N.J. Walters remains in my autobuy list for this genre.

    4. “The Quiet Gentleman” by Georgette Heyer. I liked it, but I often find Regencies a bit slow for my taste, and that’s why I only read them when I am truly in the mood.

    As my current read I have Lucy Monroe’s “Moon Craving” which I barely started yesterday. So far so good. I like Lucy Monroe’s titles, both historical and contemporary.

    I am waiting for J.R. Ward’s “Lover Mine” which comes out tomorrow. I am keeping my fingers crossed that I will not end up sorely disappointed. I didn’t particularly like Xhex, so that’s the main reason why I am a bit nervous. Overtly kick ass type heroines don’t really appeal to me most times.

  26. Jennifer Estep
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 06:46:17

    @Dishonor: I’m going to keep reading just for Gen’s character, who I thought was really great.

    @Janine: From what I read on Amazon, it does sound like the books get more complicated as the series progresses. I’m interested to see the romance between Gen and his lady love, given what she does to him (I won’t spoil it here).

    @Michelle: If you’re looking for more goblin-as-hero reads, check out Jim Hines’ books. He writes a fun series about a goblin. I think the first one is Goblin Quest.

  27. Jill Sorenson
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 07:23:11

    I just started Lisa Valdez’s Passion. After all the buzz, I’m still shocked by this book. Womb-popping, internal organ rearranging, and massive spurting eruptions of GAH. I kept laughing at it, telling my husband how ridiculous it was. Then he tried to wrestle it away from me and I got mad. GIVE ME BACK MY BOOK!!

    So I guess I’m enjoying it. :)

  28. Sherry Thomas
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 07:40:25

    @Janine:

    I’ve been trying to track you down to talk about Megan Whalen Turner’s Thief series.

    I know exactly the point in Queen of Attolia where you got hooked. Same for me! Lol it’s the romance lover in us.

    I was just thinking, you know what, this book needs a bit romance. And wham, there it was. The relationship I hardly dared hope for, the boldest, baddest revelation of the heart imaginable.

    Am obsessed with that relationship. So much so that I skimped through King of Attolia just for the relationship bits. And am now going to go back and read it properly.

  29. Sherry Thomas
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 07:42:32

    I love Meredith Duran’s WICKED BECOMES YOU.

    I blog with her, so it’s little surprise that I admire everything she does. But this book just bonded with me in all the right ways and I laughed and laughed.

    I would have been rolling on the floor laughing if only I could tear myself from the book long enough to roll on the floor.

  30. Jane
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 08:38:35

    @Jill Sorenson I have come to appreciate Valdez crazy writing the more time that has passed.

  31. Joy
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 08:46:43

    For my reads in the past month, I’ve been earnestly working my way through what I’ve been able to find of the backlists of Jo Goodman, Joan Wolf, Candace Camp, and Gaelen Foley’s Knight series.

    Outstanding books of the past month:

    _Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake_ by Sarah Maclean–this was a fun, sexy romp.

    _Games of Pleasure_ by Julia Ross. Not a recent release, but I so love road romances.

    _How I Live Now_ by Meg Rosoff. YA, not new, but a bleak look at a near-future war scenario and a teen cousin romance (which sounds icky but ends up not being so).

    _Prince of Midnight_ by Laura Kinsale. (reread) Better than I remembered it, and a new cover, but the hero will always look like Fabio in my mind :) However, some unexplained details are getting to me. If Leigh’s father was a vicar, why is she Lady Leigh? Why did they live in a manor house? Why? Why? Why?

    _Improper Relations_ by Janet Mullany. I love her humor so much. I love that the hero gets an embarrassing childhood disease and that the heroine is a hard-drinking mess.

    Finally, since _The Summer of You_ got such good reviews, I read Kate Noble’s first 2 books (_Compromised_ and _Revealed_), which are excellent. I’m now reading _The Summer of You_ and enjoying it immensely.

  32. Liz
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 09:09:16

    @Jill Sorenson: I recently read Passion and grimaced a bit at the ‘popping’ and the internal organ rearranging. I had to see what all the hype was. It was a decent enough read. “Patience” is in my TBR pile. Are you going to read that one?

  33. Jill Sorenson
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 09:33:50

    @Liz: I think I will. So far the emotional connection is there for me in Passion, and that’s what keeps me coming back to an author.

    @Jane: Valdez is certainly unique.

  34. LJ
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 10:53:09

    I can’t believe May is here already! I can’t believe the new Sookie Stackhouse book (Dead in the Family) is coming out in 9 days.

    My most anticipated May releases are:
    Magic Bleeds by Ilona Andrews (May 25)
    Dead in the Family by Charlaine Harris (May 4)
    Spirit Bound by Richelle Mead (May 18)
    The Seven Year Bitch by Jennifer Belle (May 13)

    I still have a lot of great books on my TBR pile like A Conspiracy of Kings by Megan Whalen Turner – I agree that this is a terrific series. I envy anyone experiencing Queen and King for the first time.

    And Spider’s Bite by Jennifer Estep, and Skin Game by Ava Gray – both on my TBR pile for a while. I’ve only heard great things about them so I’ll get to them soon.

  35. Heather
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 11:26:40

    I read The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms over the weekend, based on a review here. Loved it and can’t wait for a) the second book (loved the excerpt in the back) and b) mass market size (I got it from the library) so I can own it.

    I’ve picked up several books from Orbit recently and have been pleased overall. I know there have been conversations about publisher brands recently, and this is one I’ll be keeping my eye out for.

    Adored Demonkeepers by Jessica Andersen and now have to wait AGAIN for the next one. *sob*

    On the flip side, DNF’d Warrior Ascended by Addison Fox. Super slutty hero (never turned down a willing woman in 10,000 years. gag) and basically unimpressive story. I was quite sad, since a) I paid for it and b) the cover is quite good.

  36. Brian
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 12:34:47

    Really enjoyed the latest Patricia Briggs, ‘Silver Bourne’.

    Penguin. You need to get your #@!* straight when it comes to ebooks and get your stuff available at Amazon, Books on Board, Fictionwise, etc. Keep making these books unavailable and all you’re doing is helping the pirate market grow (I can pirate, if I were inclined, the new Jim Butcher, but can’t buy it from Amazon) and pissing off folks who are standing here money in hand trying to pay you. No new Nora Roberts (my mom’s pissed), no new Charlaine Harris in a few weeks (I’m pissed). Get it together.

  37. Estara
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 12:52:49

    Buried Treasure: I got on a Lesley-Anne McLeod trip recently, when I realised how good her longer novels were – already liked her shorter stories, and that quite a few of them were connected (The Rake’s Reflection, Clemmie’s Major, Three Wise Monkeys – and the fourth one connected to that I haven’t bought yet – The Disadvantaged Gentleman). She does regencies with a social conscience, strong heroines and lovely side characters.

    The Rake’s Reflection is the only one guilty of purple prose, because both hero and heroine are so beautiful and there’s a truly dramatic obstacle to surmount on the way to the HEA.

    Clemmie’s Major has a yeoman farmer’s son risen as a Major, now wounded after the Napoleonic wars, wooing and protecting an Earl’s widow who’s also a Marquess’s oldest daughter (who’s incredibly competent at running her own family) and her son.

    Three Wise Monkeys visits the younger generation of that Marquess’s family and a family friend.

    Daughter of Trade is not connected to these, but has the Luddite risings and the life among the rising manufacturing classes contrasted with the life of a young peer, raised by his servants and therefore very open in his views.

    I also finally read the lauded Broken Wing and think it was a lovely Ruritanian romance in the tradition of Prisoner of Zelda, or all those old Errol Flynn movies – with the hero’s journey and adventures as the main focus, but a very strong heroine to rescue him emotionally again and again (sometimes leaning over into too-good-to-be-true). The author has a new book out later this year, I’ll keep an eye out – wouldn’t mind if she took one of the side characters here as the new hero.

  38. Janine
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 13:41:44

    @Sherry Thomas: The King of Attolia is my favorite book in the series. So good!

    And yeah, Wicked Becomes You was very funny to me too. Even more so the second time, when I read for fun, than the first time, when I was critiquing.

    I think Jennie is working on a review that should be posted tomorrow.

  39. Janine
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 13:46:02

    @Joy:

    I reviewed How I Live Now for DA back in 2006. What a memorable book! You can find my review here.

  40. John
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 14:05:18

    @Joy and Janine

    How I Live Now was an amazing book. I read it a few months ago and it still haunts me today…the romance is definitely unconventional, but so well done. And normally that type of “Telling but not telling” style doesn’t get to me, but Rosoff pulled it off quite well.

  41. Anne C
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 14:57:29

    I have so many books to read.. Lover Mine,A Death in the Family,Spider's Bite by Jennifer Estep, and Skin Game by Ava Gray and I finally succumbed to Lisa Kleypas’ books – which I am gobbling up like chocolate! I just wish I had read her sooner..

  42. Patty
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 16:30:54

    @LJ I envy anyone experiencing Queen and King for the first time.

    That’s me! I read The Queen of Attolia and The King of Attolia 2 weeks ago and I could have turned right around and read them both again. In fact, I re-read so many parts of King, it probably counts as a re-read.

    I started to read A Conspiracy of Kings, but I took a mini-break to read Linnea Sinclair’s Rebels and Lovers and Lisa Shearin’s Bewitched and Betrayed. They are also terrific books.

  43. Jenny Schwartz
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 17:57:37

    @ Patty I’m waiting for my copy of Lisa Shearin’s Bewitched and Betrayed to arrive in the mail. Happy to hear a “terrific book” review.

    Read “Silver Borne” by Patricia Briggs, and loved it.

    Re-read old favourites, inc Georgette Heyer’s “The Reluctant Widow”. Such a good story.

  44. Brian
    Apr 26, 2010 @ 20:32:37

    @Patty. Thanks for mentioning Bewitched & Betrayed, I’d forgotten about it. Looking forward to that one if Penguin ever gets it’s act together.

  45. Lizzy
    Apr 27, 2010 @ 06:23:45

    @LizC: Hey, I just read “Just the Sexiest Man Alive.” Liked it, but think I liked “Something About You” more.

    Also, I just read “Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake” by Sarah McLean and really loved it — wanted to go back and read it again immediately, which I almost never do. Highly recommend for historical readers.

  46. LJ
    Apr 27, 2010 @ 09:00:52

    @Patty: I’m looking forward to reading A Conspiracy of Kings. I’ve been saving it for just the right moment.

    I’ve never read Linnea Sinclair, but I keep picking up Rebels and Lovers when I’m in the bookstore because I love the male model on the cover. I know it’s part of a series and I’m not sure I want to read all of the books just to read that one!

  47. Patty Roberts Vasquez
    Apr 27, 2010 @ 16:02:42

    @LJ: Linnea Sinclair is one of my all-time favorite authors. The first books in that series, Gabriel’s Ghost (RITA winner) and Shades of Dark are sequels. Then Hope’s Folly is connected as is Rebels and Lovers. I would say give her a try. She writes strong female characters and great love stories. Very character driven; more romantic science fiction and not overwhelmingly scientific.

  48. helen
    Apr 30, 2010 @ 08:44:16

    I just finished Song of Scarabaeus by Sara Creasy. What an EXCELLENT book (kind of a difficult title though!). I am usually a review whore, I tend to read reviews about books from a few different sources and then base my purchasing decisions on reviews that sound like a book I might like. RT gave this one a 3 stars which I can not believe. I am so glad I missed the review on this one and happened to be intrigued by the cover. I picked it up based on the cover and the back blurb. There is wonderful world building, strong characters that do NOT make you want to slam your head into your desk, logical science. All in all everything I could ask for in a Sci-Fi Romance. If you like authors like Linnea Sinclair you would like this author (I think anyway!) Has anyone else read this book? I can’t wait for the sequel!

  49. MaryK
    Apr 30, 2010 @ 17:38:17

    @helen: I’ve had my eye on Song of Scarabaeus because Linnea Sinclair recommended it, but haven’t picked it up yet. I’m glad to see a good report of it.

  50. Jennifer M
    May 01, 2010 @ 13:57:51

    @Joy – I just finished Prince of Midnight (what a great book!) and the reason the Heroine was addressed as Lady Leigh and lived in a manor house was because in addition to being the vicar, her father was also the Earl and local magistrate.

    I rarely read fantasy, but I was intrigued enough by the description of N.K. Jemisin’s The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms to read an excerpt. Now I’m hooked and really want the book. I also rarely read YA, but I’m very interested in The Iron King by Julie Kagawa.

    Now if only I could get an e-copy of Lover Mine. I hate reading hardbacks, but I’m almost desperate enough to break down and buy one just to get ahold of this book.

  51. Helen
    May 01, 2010 @ 21:37:01

    I just spent an all day read-a-thon with Rachel Neumeier’s Lord of the Changing Winds (romantic fantasy), and Faith Hunter’s Urban Fantasy series (Rouge Mage Series). All of them were excellent. Neumeier wrote a very unique book full of ferocity of feeling while maintaining the aura of quietness she seemed to want to imbue the main character with. It was an interesting way to portray characters and I really enjoyed it. Faith Hunter’s series was a bit more action oriented but just as rewarding and I really, really liked the main character. Kick-a**

  52. Accunnisp
    Jan 30, 2011 @ 16:49:49

    sup i am new to this community, but possibly any mod can help me with a complication i’m facing. i have w7 x64 and IE7. my trouble is that sometimes when i try to answer to a topic, my browser freezed? anyone knows what this could be ? any help would be much appreciated!

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