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February 2018

Things We Hate

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Last week we were all about the love, so this week we decided to share all the things we hate. And again, not all the things we always say we hate like traffic or money or dieting. These are more like pet peeves or just small things we tend to not like so much in everyday life. This time there are 13, because you should always have more things you love than hate.

 

Belle

I hate… being late, people that are late, and events that start late

I hate… when people say “good” instead of “well”

I hate… when a website says an item is in stock, but it isn’t

I hate… when people don’t use the Oxford comma

I hate… that English and language arts programs are underfunded and underappreciated

I hate… being told that I’m too young to understand

I hate… when my generation is criticized for our values

I hate… feeling like I have to choose between security and happiness/fulfillment

I hate… when my hair doesn’t work with me

I hate… running out of hot water in the shower

I hate… how expensive it is to dye my hair

I hate… when my knee hurts for no reason

I hate… the corner pieces of cake that are 80% frosting

 

Elena

I hate… getting honked at

I hate… not being able to fall asleep

I hate… the smell of Arby’s

I hate… when people say “huh” instead of “what”

I hate… when I fail

I hate… being cold

I hate… loud chewers

I hate… the sound of scooping gravy and mashed potatoes from the pan to my plate

I hate… mean/rude comments

I hate… when people make me feel stupid

I hate… having a dead end job

I hate… when something runs out and no one refills it (especially toilet paper and coffee K-Cups)

I hate… being single

 

 

What are some things that really drive you bonkers?

 

February 20, 2018
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Share the Love <3

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I love….

In lieu of Valentine’s Day, we thought it would be appropriate to create a post about 14 things we love. I’m not talking about the standard things that you say you’re grateful for around the table at Thanksgiving, like loving your family, friends, and your dog; we already know you have love for them. This post is about the little things we love that are less obvious, but still important in our lives.

 

Elena

I love…. the smell of rain

I love…. getting compliments

I love…. a good book

I love…. cuddling

I love…. laughing and making others laugh

I love…. feeling smart

I love…. feeling appreciated

I love…. the beach

I love…. the silence of the snow

I love…. wearing a big sweater and pajama pants

I love…. not caring about my appearance (not wearing make-up or doing my hair)

I love…. to travel

I love…. trying new things

I love…. helping others

 

Related Reading: National Sex Day (Guest Post by Deanna Samaan)

 

Belle

I love….sleeping in

I love….not wearing pants

I love….being silly with friends

I love….finishing a project

I love….when the thing I want is on sale

I love….making new connections and friends

I love….trading travel stories

I love….having my back touched/a good massage

I love….that women value community over competition

I love….new inspirations

I love….green landscapes

I love….fluffy alpacas

I love….next day compliments

I love….no-judgement dancing

 

Related Reading: 13 Ways to Celebrate Galentine’s Day, 3 Reasons to Love Being Single

 

What are the little things you love? Comment below! We’d love to see the two, five, or fourteen things that you love <3

 

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February 15, 2018
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National Sex Day: A.K.A. Valentine’s Day

 

Valentine's Day

 

Valentine’s Day, A.K.A. National Sex Day, is celebrated on February 14th. Why force love on one day, how about making any other day of the year as your Valentine’s Day? If you’re not ready to break from the traditional Valentine’s Day, then Cheers! Let’s enjoy a chocolate Cherry Cha Cha Cocktail. Chocolate Covered Cherry Cha Cha is a wonderful cocktail that you love that has both cherry and chocolate in it. The recipe is available at the end the post.

 

There is a holiday coming up called Valentine’s Day. Love it or hate it there is no escaping the hearts and Cupid’s that pop up in the stores. In fact, we see this red decor love fest displays right after Christmas.  The hearts and cupids are all around in the stores reminding you about February 14th.

Valentine's Day

What is Valentines Day? A day to profess your love to someone with chocolate and roses? Let’s not forget all the lingerie that men buy their sweethearts. My sister calls Valentine’s Day national Sex Day. Why? Well give a woman roses, chocolate and sexy panties, and they expect to get lucky. So as a woman, we are expected to shave our legs, don these panties and give our men this wild night of passion. All because of some little Cupid with an arrow says it is Valentine’s Day. In reality, that scenario just feels forced.

 

Valentine's DayI don’t know about you, but sex feels better when wild and passionate and unplanned. When it’s planned nothing seems to go right, either you are so stressed out, feels routine and boring, you’re just simply not in the mood. Now, these chocolates and fancy panties are supposed to make all that stress and not feeling in the mood stop for 20 minutes of sex? I say celebrate Valentine’s Day on a day you’re not expecting roses, like March 3rd. Why? Because it isn’t forced, and if it is, sex that day it would be mind-blowing!

 Pick a day and own it, be the sex goddess and enjoy YOUR Valentine’s Day.

Now some of you will say, “but I have kids”. Yeah, I get it, wild, passionate, spontaneous sex with kids might not work. Well, when the kids are in bed, go to your room, put on some hooker shoes and surprise your man.

 

Tonight you are not a mom, instead, you are some wild and exotic woman turning Valentine's Dayhour man on. Don’t come up with an excuse like, “I can’t wear those shoes”. Look, you’re not walking in them, just put on, sit on the bed and call him in. If you do it right honey, those shoes will never see pavement. It’s called the art of illusion. If your man asks what you’re doing, say “I’m giving you a surprise for Valentine’s Day”. When doing something unexpected and out the normal; you’d be surprised at how much you really enjoy it. It’s good to step out the little box we are in. It is all about the illusion, own some shoes that will never see pavement!

Bottom line is, sometimes it’s better if we call the shots when comes to National Sex Day, oops I mean Valentine’s Day. Don’t settle for the forced gratuity of pleasure in exchange for flowers and chocolate on February 14th. Pick a day and make that your Valentine’s Day. Pretend you are a teenager and do something out the ordinary and most of all, make something you enjoy. Trust me, tune into your inner sexy goddess, we all have it within us, and own Valentine’s Day, on any day you want to celebrate it on.

Valentine's Day cocktail

Chocolate and cherries in a bubbly cocktail! Oh, My!

Ok so maybe you’re not quite that ready to break from Valentine’s Day Traditions. That is okay, but the thought is in the back of your head, and that is good.

So let’s relax now with a wonderful cocktail, the Chocolate Cherry Cha Cha:

What you’ll need:

  • 1 ounce of Cheery Rum
  • 1/2 ounce of Whipped Cream Vodka
  • 1 ounce of Chocolate Vodka
  • 1 ounce of Club Soda

 

Meet the Author

Guest PostPour yourself a drink, put on some lipstick, and pull yourself together.” – Elizabeth Taylor

Deanna Samman (Dee) is a native to Pittsburgh, living in Cleveland, OH. Her first blog, Seduction in the Kitchen, has built Dee’s appearance on the internet in the blogging world. When she discovered she had a niche for lifestyle and relationship posts, she decided to create a Wine and Lipstick, a blog meant for bringing single women together over cocktails. We are honored to have Dee as a guest author and hope you look into her blogs in the future!

 

February 12, 2018
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13 Ways to Celebrate Galentine’s Day

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Regardless of if you’re single, in a relationship or dating, we highly encourage you to celebrate a once fictional, but now very real holiday, Galentine’s Day. Galentine’s Day is a day to celebrate friendship with all your lady friends! The holiday was invented by Leslie (played by Amy Poehler) in the T.V. show, Parks and Recreation. You can learn more about this “holiday” here. If you’re unsure how to celebrate Valentine’s Eve, we’ve come up with some ideas to share with you and all your girl friends, with some recommendations on items that one or both of us personally use!

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1. Ladies’ Wine Night

Everyone brings a bottle of wine and you have your own exclusive wine tasting in the comfort of your (or your friend’s) house! To make this into a competition, go out and buy something cheap (like this!) that’s related to wine and have that be the prize for the best wine!

Galentine's Day

 

2. Old Fashion Slumber Party

Screw looking cute, peel off those skinny jeans or even tight leggings and throw on your comfiest pair of pajama/yoga pants, hoodie, no make-up and hair in a messy bun. This is the judge free zone, where you can finally try that black face mask going around Facebook and YouTube that literally peels the outside layer of your face off (this one is the similar, cheaper brand Charcoal Peel Off Mask). Have a chick flick playing on the T.V. like Mean Girls, eat crap food and drink wine, and paint each other’s nails while one person reads aloud the humiliating stories in the back of Cosmopolitan.

 

3. Cookie/Cupcake Decorating

Forget the diet: bring me some sugah! Though you may need to prep this ahead of time (Elena’s mom’s recipe says to make sure the dough is refrigerated at least four hours prior to baking) you can roll out some dough and make heart shaped cookies (because these are your girlfriends and you love each other) and frost them with some white, red and pink dyed cream cheese frosting (because cream cheese is the best frosting and if you don’t think so, no cookies for you). Also if you aren’t into cookies, you can do cupcakes or even cake cookies! Elena’s sister makes these and they are the perfect balance between a cupcake and a cookie and are so moist and delicious!

 

4. Go to the Bars…in your sweat pants

Because this is about the girls, not getting the guys! And getting drunk. Cheers!

 

5. Get a Couple’s Massage (or a couple’s date package), but go with your BFF!

Take advantage of them sales! Especially ones on Groupon that give you an even better discount.

 

6. Paint Night

Go out to a place like Pinot’s Pallet, or host one at home. Belle bought some paint-by-numbers canvas paintings that we will be working on for months, that would be fun to start! Elena went to a friend’s house where they painted wine glasses (while drinking wine from a separate glass of course). Elena also had nights were she went out and bought water color or drawing paper in bulk and we drank wine, painted and watched Friends in the background.

Galentine's Day

7. Makeover Night!

Do like what we used to do in our mom’s bathroom (or older sister’s make up collection) as a kid and play with your make-up for new looks! Now is the time to share how you do your eye-shadow, what colors you use and what kind of primer helps all that glitter stick to your eye and not get in it. Now’s your chance to learn how to get that perfect smokey eye! Or maybe you have that friend who knows how to do the perfect liquid eyeliner wing that you’ve been wanting to learn for months. Just remember, don’t share mascara and probably eye-liners to avoid diseases, cause gross. For even more fun, finish a bottle of wine by yourself before attempting a make-over on your BFF and making her “beautiful” with blue eye-shadow and pink blush that’s been under your sink for three years.

 

8. Host a “Tupperware” Party

Yeah, that’s what our mom’s call it, but we all know we’re referring to a sex toy party, or make-up I guess, but mostly sex toys. It wouldn’t be the first time we’ve hosted a Pure Romance party, and what timing having Single’s Awareness Day the very next day! Or Valentine’s Day if you’re in a relationship, they still have some fun S&M things that could make your night even more special.

 

9. Photoshoot!

Get all the gals together, get glammed, and have a photo shoot! Or just gather random things around your house and buy some cheap accessories that are normally in a photo booth to create your own, boas, glasses, hats (on your phone with your selfie stick).

Elena and Belle pose within a hung empty picture frame. Belle holds up a paper crown and Elena has a prop plaque that reads "still single!"

 

10. Craft night!

Learn to knit, cross stitch, make a collage… with wine, of course.

 

11. Gift your Bestie some Flowers and Chocolate

And get some for yourself, too, because let’s be real, you’ll be eating it together anyways, might as well get two containers so you can avoid fighting over the last piece. Then that way you have someone to complain with when both your stomachs hurt because you ate two whole giant heart boxes full of questionably flavored chocolates.

 

12. Go Braless!

Let the girls be freeeee! You’re with your girlfriends anyways, and likely they all have boobs too and know the struggle of the wired bra. For 10 hours a day. At LEAST. Whip that thing off!

 

13. Themed Potluck

If you’re having a girls night and you’re a little tight on money, host a potluck! The best part about this is that you can choose whatever theme you want, related or unrelated to the holiday: mexican food, italian food, your favorite recipe your mom makes etc. Or you could be like, okay, we are all girls and there are no boys, so let’s make this like a bachelorette party and have penis-pun food: little wienies, hot dogs, popsicles, banana split (you get the idea).

 

Regardless of what you decide to do, make this a friend’s day for you and your girls and have fun!

February 8, 2018
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W(h)ine About It: Blogger Communities

 

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So you’ve started a blog after reading four or five different “Start a Profitable Blog in 5 Easy Steps” tutorials. You bought your domain, set up your site, wrote several posts, created beautiful images for Pinterest… but your site isn’t getting enough traffic. Solution? Join blogger communities on Facebook!

Right?… Except it isn’t exactly what you expected, at least in the aspect of helping boost your views and encourage discussion.

Don’t get us wrong, the groups are wonderful! We’ve gotten some interaction, have discovered other great blogs to follow, and have learned some pretty nifty stuff. But there are six short-fallings that no one acknowledges. Until now:

 

Post and run

Blog-com pages generally have themes each day to help promote all aspects of your blog, things like “Twitter Tuesday” and “Feedback Friday”. You post a link in the comments for people to like, share, pin, comment on, retweet, etc. The idea is to post yours and then interact with other people’s blog posts that they’ve shared.

Except no one does.

Well, not no one. That’s harsh. But maybe one in ten actually follow through. We get that you can’t interact with everyone: ain’t nobody got time for that! and sometimes you just can’t connect. Example: we’re not going to comment on your mom blog where you wrote an article comparing plastic vegetable toys to felt ones. We’re not moms. We don’t have kids. We buy actual vegetables. As a result, we can’t pin your stuff to any of our Pinterest boards and can’t authentically interact with your post. So we skip it and put our efforts into someone else’s post about skincare, which we care about because we have skin.

Meanwhile, the content we posted hasn’t been touched by the 50 people that posted before it nor by the 273 that posted after. It gets to be a bit frustrating, and in turn makes us not want to engage in other posts because why should we put in so much work without it being reciprocated?

It should be as simple as it sounds: scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours, right? But no, their post hasn’t received any interaction and they’re so busy and don’t have the time to even GLANCE at another post before or after theirs. Well guess what, Sharon, maybe we don’t have the time to look at your recipe for your vegan, gluten free brownies that probably taste like sidewalk chalk with a side of suck. We get it if you don’t like what we write about, but comment on something else: what would you change about the appearance of the blog? was it easy to navigate? would you follow my instagram? are the images clear and organized? It’s not that hard to give some sort of feedback to people. We won’t follow them unless their topic somehow relates to my own (because that’s what I’m interested in–again, sorry mom blogs), but we can comment on the picture: the quality, the hashtags, etc.

 

Click on my ads (illegal and…no)

A way to generate revenue from your blog is to install ads. Depending on which agency you go through, you might earn money only if the ad generates sales, or if the ad is merely clicked on. On some blog-com pages, individuals will start “click for click” posts for people to literally go click on each other’s ads to generate income. Not only is this a bit spammy, but in some situations it fringes on illegal actions (misuse of the system, false number generating…thanks but no thanks). Some admins are really good about getting this kind of content removed. Other times, you just have to scroll on past it. Or you can report the post as well or comment (if you’re really not concerned about what others will think of you).

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Everyone is accepted as long as they have a blog…

In order to join blog-coms, you have to have a blog. Shocking, we know. In many cases, it doesn’t matter what kind of blog as long as it’s your blog. Great in theory, but not in practice. This means there are a lot of blogs that are amateurly done: it’s a free platform, it’s unorganized, and don’t even get us started on spelling and grammar….

Remember how we talked about not being able to interact with blog posts about plastic vs. felt carrots because we’re in our young twenties and are living off peanut butter and ramen? We don’t mind that because there are other mom bloggers in the group that do care about it! But 99% of us don’t care about your latest achievement on the phone app games you play (yes, there really are blogs dedicated to that stuff). And as much as we want to travel the world and interact with people from around the globe, we can’t read your blog if it’s written in Russian. So we’ll keep scrolling.

 

Where are the police!?

Hello, Admin, yes we’re pointing at you; if you’re going to start a fire, you should know how to control it. On nearly every page, there is a page or post stating what the rules and regulations are (these are often stated on the post too, a.k.a directions). This should be easy enough to read and follow, but for all those greedy people who simply “don’t have time” to interact with others, but have plenty of time to respond to comments on their blog or their post, it’s not worth following. The thing about the rules and regulation posts is that, even though they are intimidating (and there’s nothing more humiliating than getting kicked off a bloggers page on Facebook), they are RARELY followed. Hey, Admin, I’ve commented on 5 posts and I see Felicia hasn’t commented on any and yet she has 4 likes and 2 comments… Care to do something about that?? A simple “bye Felicia” would do the trick.

 

Is anyone going to answer my question? Hello? No?

Many of us are newbies; we aren’t going to know everything. But that’s why we joined a community. Odds are, someone out the the 500 bloggers will know how to create a “Contact Us” page with a good plugin. Or how to fix the SEO on a page. Or what backlinks are. And yet….*crickets*

One of the problems could just be because no one sees the comment. So turn it into a post! Boom, everyone has a notification that you need help. Except their notifications have been blowing up all day because of the 300 comments on the one post they commented on. And what do they have to gain by helping you? Nothing. So what do they do? Nothing. Meanwhile, our questions are still unanswered. So much for community…kaboompics_Young woman working in a cafe

 

Required interaction

Some blog-coms have heard our pleas and answered with required interaction. Theory = great, practice = thanks, but no thanks. If you’ve joined a few blog-coms, more than likely you’ve seen a thread that sounds something like the following:

“Comment Thread: Post a link to your blog post and then comment on ALL comments in this thread. This thread will close after ten comments”

Whoopee, a guaranteed nine comments on your post! If you get less than that, then someone is about to get the boot from the group. Done and done. But, oh, wait, three of the posts are to mom blogs, one is to getting over an addiction, and another is to some news story about a wedding in India. We can’t relate to any of this, nor do we have an interest to. We could comment, but it would just be fake and that doesn’t sit right with us. So it looks like we’re the ones getting the boot…

 

Related Reading: W(h)ine About It: The Little Things

 

Whenever we post on another post on the thread, we say what we’ve done–commented, liked, shared, followed etc.–and what our blog name is (so people know who the heck we are) because that’s what the POST SAYS TO DO. But the people who refuse to interact are so incredibly frustrating. So these groups on Facebook have been great when they actually interact, but be warned, there will always be people (and Admin) who don’t follow directions or enforce the rules.

**To clarify, we love our blog-com groups. Without them, we’d be three miles behind where we are now. We just want to call out some bull-shit that we see and hopefully get some laughs (and results). 

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February 6, 2018
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Reading List for 2018

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A little over due, but still here nonetheless!! Since we haven’t yet read any of these, we’ve included the summary on the back of each book. Also check out the links if the book is becoming a movie!

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Here are the books we’re looking to cross off the list this year:

 

 A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/33574273-a-wrinkle-in-time?“It was a dark and stormy night. Out of this wild night, a strange visitor comes to the Murry house and beckons Meg, her brother Charles Wallace, and their friend Calvin O’Keefe on a dangerous and most extraordinary adventure– one that will threaten their lives and our universe.”

Watch the trailer here

 

 

 

 

 

What Alice Forgot  by Liane Moriarty

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6469165-what-alice-forgot?ac=1&from_search=true“Alice Love is twenty-nine, crazy about her husband, and pregnant with her first child.

So imagine Alice’s surprise when she comes to on the floor of a gym and is whisked off to the hospital where she discovers the honeymoon is truly over — she’s getting divorced, she has three kids and she’s actually 39 years old. Alice must reconstruct the events of a lost decade, and find out whether it’s possible to reconstruct her life at the same time. She has to figure out why her sister hardly talks to her, and how is it that she’s become one of those super skinny moms with really expensive clothes.

Ultimately, Alice must discover whether forgetting is a blessing or a curse, and whether it’s possible to start over.”

 

 A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/18774964-a-man-called-ove?ac=1&from_search=true“ALL YOU NEED IS OVE.

At first sight, Ove is almost certainly the most grumpiest man you will ever meet, a curmudgeon with staunch principles, strict routines, and a short fuse. People think him bitter, and he thinks himself surrounded by idiots.

Ove’s well-ordered, solitary world gets a shake-up one November morning with the appearance of new neighbors — a chatty young couple and their two boisterous daughters — who announce their arrival by accidentally flattening Ove’s mailbox with their U-Haul. What follows is a heartwarming tale of unkempt cats, unlikely friendships, and a community’s unexpected reassessment of the one person they thought they had all figured out.”

Watch the trailer here.

 

 

Where’d You Go, Bernadette? by Maria Semple

https://www.goodreads.com/book/photo/13526165-where-d-you-go-bernadette“A compulsively readable and touching novel about misplaced genius and a mother and daughter’s role in an absurd world.

Bernadette Fox is notorious. To her Microsoft-guru husband, she’s a fearlessly opinionated partner; to fellow private-school mothers in Seattle, she’s a disgrace; to design mavens, she’s a revolutionary architect, and to 15-year-old Bee, she is a best friend and, simply, Mom.

Then Bernadette disappears. It began when Bee aced her report card and claimed her promised reward: a family trip to Antarctica. But Bernadette’s intensifying allergy to Seattle – and people in general – has made her so agoraphobic that a virtual assistant in India now runs her most basic errands. A trip to the end of the earth is problematic.

To find her mother, Bee compiles email messages, official documents, secret correspondence – creating a compulsively readable and touching novel about misplaced genius and a mother and daughter’s role in an absurd world.” – Synopsis from Goodreads

 

 

The Pact  by Jodi Picoult

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/10916.The_Pact?ac=1&from_search=true“From Jodi Picoult, one of the most powerful writers in contemporary fiction, comes a riveting, timely, heartbreaking, and terrifying novel of families in anguish — and friendships ripped apart by inconceivable violence. Until the phone calls came at 3:00 A.M. on a November morning, the Golds and their neighbors, the Hartes, had been inseparable. It was no surprise to anyone when their teenage children, Chris and Emily, began showing signs that their relationship was moving beyond that of lifelong friends. But now, seventeen-year-old Emily has been shot to death by her beloved and devoted Chris as part of an apparent suicide pact — leaving two devastated families stranded in the dark and dense predawn, desperate for answers about an unthinkable act and the children they never really knew.”

 

Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo

Book cover for Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo“Criminal prodigy Kaz Brekker has been offered wealth beyond his wildest dreams. But to claim it, he’ll have to pull off a seemingly impossible heist:

Break into the notorious Ice Court
(a military stronghold that has never been breached)

Retrieve a hostage
(who could unleash magical havoc on the world)

Survive long enough to collect his reward
(and spend it)

Kaz needs a crew desperate enough to take on this suicide mission and dangerous enough to get the job done – and he knows exactly who: six of the deadliest outcasts the city has to offer. Together, they just might be unstoppable – if they don’t kill each other first.”

 

Outlander by Diana Gabaldon

Book cover for Outlander by Diana Gabaldon“The year is 1945. Claire Randall, a former combat nurse, is just back from the war and reunited with her husband on a second honeymoon when she walks through a standing stone in one of the ancient circles that dot the British Isles. Suddenly she is a Sassenach—an “outlander”—in a Scotland torn by war and raiding border clans in the year of Our Lord…1743.

Hurled back in time by forces she cannot understand, Claire is catapulted into the intrigues of lairds and spies that may threaten her life, and shatter her heart. For here James Fraser, a gallant young Scots warrior, shows her a love so absolute that Claire becomes a woman torn between fidelity and desire—and between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives.”

 

 

February 1, 2018
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