"Wait a minute!" I thought. "She said she recently watched it, but I don't remember seeing a post where she blogged about it."
So, me being me - a teeny, tiny on the obsessive side - asked her about it in the comment section. She emailed me and said yes, she had blogged about it, but didn't remember to actually publish her post. But she did send me the link. So I direct all Crusaders to Leya's thoughts on North and South!
I happen to know of another blogger who will be settling down soon to begin watching this for the first time. She plans on watching one episode a night. We shall just see if, like Lay's Potato Chips, she can stop at just one.
You realize what this means don't you??
Of course! Another video
Oh heck!! Why not three!
And now I have to skedaddle!! Tomorrow is TBR day - and I've picked me a big book this time - and *gulp* I still have a ways to go!
OK - I obviously haven't skedaddled yet *sigh - this is a addicting place isn't it*
But I may as well combine two obsessions!
Rosie - and I quote:
I have absolutely no problem recommending this book to any reader that wants to read a story that has multi-layered and complicated characters
While Gabriel St. Croix is certainly a tortured and dark hero he is not mean spirited or cruel. We, as readers understand him better than the people he meets because we know his back story and his thoughts. This discovery and understanding of Gabriel is an integral part of the reading experience. It's not hard to understand why Sarah Munroe falls in with him.
Mind you - she doesn't give it quite a 6 out of 5.
Be sure to visit her to see what else she thinks of it. I think she likes it.
And..... she has one very naughty husband! She has promised to 'get' me for laughing.