I found out several days ago and have been quietly waiting to make sure it didn't disappear before my eyes before posting it here. And I'm happy to report that yes, it does in fact exist. That not only has it been up and running now for 10 days, but Ms. McKinley has been posting on it regularly. And no, it has not disappeared. I've given myself permission to sit back and relax. It appears the wonderfulness is here to stay.
I can't quit Jennifer Echols . Not that I really try that hard, but I read her new ones and often feel as though I'm still searching for that one in possession of that certain something that will make me feel the way Going Too Far did. Like I couldn't put it it down. And definitely like I didn't hate either of the main characters after the fact. Well, I found it with Such a Rush . I read this 300+ pager in a single night, which clears up the question of whether or not I couldn't put it down. And I finished it definitely not hating either of the main characters. I didn't finish it loving them both unreservedly, though. I loved Leah with my whole heart from page one and that never changed. My feelings regarding one of the Hall brothers remain complicated. More to come on this in a bit. On a side note, I'm delighted that Such a Rush is Ms. Echols' hardcover debut. It's a meticulously designed book, a pleasure to hold in my hands as I stayed up way