Andrew Lambdin-Abraham (kd5mdk) wrote,
Andrew Lambdin-Abraham

Perhaps you folks are starting to rub off on me.

Or maybe I'm just a rake.

Finished False Colours last night, then prowled my grandparent's bookshelves and discovered to my amazement Lady of Quality. So that's another two Heyers down, and I found in our cabin (to my astonishment) Sylvester and The Reluctant Widow. Can't wait to read them.

As for the opening statement: In False Colours, Cressy (who knows quite a bit about the sordid world) admits she's had by accident, an encounter with a "Lady of easy virtue" and the first thing that popped into my mind was FEMSLASH!!!. Take that as you will.

Sister's boyfriend is arriving tonight, we make make a trip to the 24-hour L.L. Bean store.

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