Author has written 19 stories for Twilight, Hunger Games, and Mortal Instruments.
My name is Pam. I am 25 years old and I live in Phoenix, AZ. I have been married to my husband, Cody, for 4 years and have been with him for 10 years. I love him dearly, but I'm obsessed with Edward Cullen. I began reading The Twilight Saga in August of 2009 and loved it so much that I couldn't put it down for a month. I read the entire series 4 times in that time span and realized after reading it so much that I actually enjoyed reading. So, I started reading not only Twilight fan fictions (I've read more than I can possibly remember), but books too (I've read over 500 at this point- yeah, pathetic, I know LOL), the ones I really liked are posted below if you want to check them out.
I'm taking a break from writing fan fiction and working on my novel, although you may see One Shots from me from time to time. So don't count me out quite yet. Love You Guys!
I DID IT! =D Dawn of Destiny is finally complete! A sequel is possible in the future, but for now the journey has come to a close. Thanks so much to my readers and reviewers for all of your support. I couldn't have done it without you!
Colliding With Fate is done! WOO HOO! I hope you guys loved it as much as I did! =D
Walking Out of the Still Life is finished! BOO YAH! I can't believe I've written so much in the past year and a half. =D Thank you to everyone that continues to read and review! I'm looking forward to sharing more with you all.
You can also find some of my stories on twilighted, where I go by the same name, and all my stories are on my blog (honestly, I'm way behind on the blog. Lol) :
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Book Recommendations (In order from most favorite to least favorite.)
Top Picks (These are books that I simply couldn't put down. A lot of them I've read more than once or intend to read again if I ever have the time.)
The Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer (YA Fantasy/Romance.) My favorite book in the series is Eclipse and the movie was definitely the best one yet. =D Edward is the reason why this Saga will always top my list of recommendations despite SM's mediocre writing ability- Yes, I SAID IT! Her books aren't nearly as good as some of the others on here, but I'm crazy about Edward Cullen. He just draws me in, like a bee to honey. I think it's his utter devotion to Bella- the fact that he'll just lay in bed with her all night even though he doesn't sleep and how he strives so hard to make her happy, to keep her safe even from himself. Those qualities about him captivate me. So, Edward is the only reason why I rank these books top. I think every girl should be in love with a fictional character at some point in her life. It gives our significant others something to strive for, however unobtainable. Twilight may have served as my gateway drug into the world of books, but Edward is my brand of heroin and my love for his character is what makes me re-read the books, write fan fictions, and watch the movies repeatedly. Quite simply, he owns me.
The Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins (YA Suspense/Drama/Adventure with some Romance thrown into the mix.) Holy Crap! Here are just a few words to describe these three books: amazing, captivating, suspenseful, creative, gory, brutal, depressing, uplifting, and real. In my opinion, this is the greatest story to ever be put on paper. Go find these books and read them, NOW! This is not a request, it's a demand. I promise you won't be sorry. =D Oh, and I love Peeta! He's one of the best things since sliced bread. Lol
Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowling (YA Fantasy/Adventure.) I've always loved the movies, but after finally reading the books I have to say I enjoy them even more than the movies. Of course, I would have liked some extra romance simply because I'm a romance fiend. Lol I wasn't expecting much in that department though, seeing as HP is known for being an adventure-type fantasy and besides, the story didn't need romance, it was wonderful without it. That being said, I don't know why there's so much drama over Twilight and Harry Potter. They're both amazing series in their own way- HP as an Adventure Fantasy, Twilight as a Romantic Fantasy. In fact, they're nothing alike, and comparing the two is like comparing apples to oranges- it's pointless.
The Mortal Instruments Series by Cassandra Clare (YA Fantasy/Adventure/Romance.) If you don't want to continue reading after the first book, keep going. I was the same way and it's all worth it, trust me! I don't want to spoil it so that's all I will say. Jace is HOT! He could give Edward a run for his money if I wasn't absolutely in love with Edward. But could you imagine having both? I think I would die. =) By the way, for those of you who have not yet read City of Fallen Angels out of fear that it won't live up to the original trilogy, I'm thrilled to report it was just as captivating as the first 3 books, if not more. You may want to hold off for a while more on reading Book#5- City of Lost Souls though because Mortal Instruments Book #6- City Of Heavenly Fire isn't due until March 14, 2014 *JAW DROP* You're shitting me...please let this date be wrong!
Vampire Academy Series by Richelle Mead (YA Fantasy/Romance.) The first 4 books in this series were great, but it was Book #5-Spirit Bound that really cemented this series on the list. It ended with a cliffhanger, which had me completely baffled about what was going to happen and reading the final book, Book #6- Last Sacrifice, became a real treat. I loved this series, even if it ended with more of a whimper than a bang. It's not that the ending was bad, I just think it could have been better if she had tweaked it a bit more.
Bloodlines Series by Richelle Mead (YA Fantasy/Romance.) Were only two books into this Vampire Academy spin-off series and I'm already itching for more. This series is based around Sydney, the Alchemist from VA, and I have to admit I was skeptical on whether or not I would like her as the main character, but it's thrilling to see her struggle with her morals and her growing attraction towards Adrian, who is just as snarky and sexy as always. Give this one a shot, I really don't think you'll be disappointed. Book #2-The Golden Lily thoroughly cemented my love for this series. I'm waiting impatiently for more now. Book #3-The Indigo Spell is slated for release on February 13, 2013.
The Infernal Devices Series by Cassandra Clare (YA Fantasy/Adventure/Romance.) I don't normally like stories that are set in the past, but the first book in this series, Clockwork Angel, is quite good. The series is a prequel to Ms. Clare's other series, The Mortal Instruments, set in the same universe, focusing on some lesser known characters and new characters all together. Just like MI, Clockwork Angel grabs you and absolutely won't let go. Will, a shadow hunter, is quite a rebel for living in 1870's London and Tessa is a naive girl with a strange talent who falls into a wicked trap, and ends up in the shadow hunter's institute with nowhere else to go. Will's fellow shadow hunter, best friend, and the only person Will admits to caring for, Jem, is an intriguing and smart boy who appears to be almost his exact opposite. While Will is closed off, angry, and hates everyone and everything, Jem cares about others, is very outgoing, and enjoys every moment. The story premise is tough to explain, but if you liked Mortal Instruments, you'll no doubt like this. The only issues I have with this book is at times, Tess can be annoying because of her views on woman's roles, but that's how it was back then so it's not really her fault or a problem for the book. In fact, it keeps the book accurate to the time in that way, it just is a pet peeve of mine- hence why I don't normally like books set in the past. All in all, it was a fascinating start to what I hope is a great series. You'll be happy to know that Book #2- Clockwork Prince brought Cassandra's new characters to the forefront of awesomeness. I'm in love with this group now, almost as much as I love the Mortal Instruments gang. Oh, and I'm horribly torn between Will and Jem. I love Will because, well, let's face it, he's amazingly cocky and delicious just like Jace, but Jem is so...deep and intriguing, it's hard to simply ignore him and his devotion to Tessa.
Divergent Trilogy by Veronica Roth (YA Dystopia/Romance.) One word- Wow! This series had my heart racing from the very beginning of book 1 and it didn't stop until long after I was done reading. I'm not sure how I should explain it though. I guess, I'll just try my best. The story is set in a dystopian society located in what once was Chicago. This society is divided into five factions, each dedicated to the cultivation of a particular virtue—Candor (the honest), Abnegation (the selfless), Dauntless (the brave), Amity (the peaceful), and Erudite (the intelligent). On an appointed day of every year, all sixteen-year-olds must select the faction to which they will devote the rest of their lives. So what's the big deal? Well, if someone chooses a different faction than the one they grew up in, they will be shunned by their old faction and most likely their parents. Even if their parents do accept their change in faction (which is unlikely), they will rarely see them and there is a rule about "faction before blood", which pretty much means if forced to make a decision between the two it is expected they will always choose their faction. The story follows Beatrice as she makes the decision between staying with her family or joining a different faction at the ceremony. During the highly competitive initiation that follows, Beatrice renames herself Tris and struggles to determine who her friends really are—and where, exactly, hers feelings about a sometimes fascinating, sometimes infuriating boy fit into the life she's chosen. It doesn't help that Tris also has to keep something about herself a secret from everyone because she's been warned it can mean death. As the story moves forward, a conflict arises that threatens to unravel the peace between the factions, Tris discovers why her secret is so important, and that it may save the people she loves from a terrible fate. So there it is, the simplest description that I could create for this one. Lol I know, it seems kind of odd, but believe me this book does not disappoint. Beatrice is a very real character and her feelings are practically palpable. The love interest is hot in a sometimes mean, misunderstood way, and the secrets that are revealed are fascinating. Seriously, you don't want to miss this one. I could talk about it all day and have a hard time thinking of anything bad to say about it. In fact, I can only think of one bad thing at the moment- Book #3- Untitled isn't out yet, it's supposed to be out sometime in 2013. =( Lol )
House of Night Series by P.C. Cast and Kristin Cast (YA Fantasy/Adventure/Romance.) Sure, Zoey is a ho and needs to make up her mind. She jumps around with guys a lot, but if you ignore that fact this is a really amazing series. Awesome books, like fascinating edge of your seat type awesome. This story continues to get better and better with every new book and I'm seriously intrigued about what's going to happen next.
Paranormalcy Trilogy by Kiersten White (YA Paranormal/Romance LOVE these books!) Think Hell Boy, but instead of a demon working for the government it's a teenage girl that can see through glamours. These books have so many awesome paranormal creatures that are just fascinating- vampires, werewolves, shapeshifters, trolls, fey, unicorns, mermaids, and much much more. Sixteen year old Evie is in charge of bagging and tagging them all and she's the perfect mix of sassy, smart, and emotional. Add in the cute romance that blossoms and it's the perfect story.
Curse Workers Trilogy by Holly Black (YA Sci-fi?) Think mafia meets magic powers...yeah, awesome right? All I can tell you is these three books are the best form of crack. I could not put them down to save my life and the ending for each book was epic. Holly was able to pull together all the clues throughout the book and managed to shock the hell out of me. I very rarely find an author that's so good at foreshadowing.
Across The Universe Trilogy by Beth Revis (YA Sci Fi/Mystery/Dystopia/Romance.) Awesome, just awesome! The first book is about a teenage girl with pale skin, red hair, and green eyes named Amy, who is cryogenically frozen with her parents and put on a ship that is supposed to take them to a life sustaining planet where they will build a new civilization. The trip is set to take 300 years, but fifty years before the scheduled landing, Amy's cryo chamber is unplugged, and she is nearly killed. She can't be frozen again so now she's stuck assimilating to this weird society that has formed on the ship by the people keeping the ship operating on it's journey. The thing is, she sticks out like a sore thumb because everyone has become monoethnical-tan skin, brown eyes, brown hair- and very perfect, there are no arguments, no discord. To top it all off the leader of this society, an old man named Eldest, is a tyrant and dictator, and Elder, the teenage boy in line to be the next leader of the ship, is enraptured with her. The book's all about her learning the way of this new place with some mystery, romance, and drama thrown into the mix. Overall, a fantastic read. I'm blown away by how the author has taken something so out there and turned it into a really emotional and suspense-filled story that is easy to relate to. It reminds me in a way of The Giver or Matched, but with a spectacular sci-fi twist. By the way, book #2-A Million Suns was just as good, now I'm anxiously awaiting Book #3-Shades of Earth which will be upon us soon (hopefully, as long as we don't have that dreaded apocalypse lol)...January 1, 2013.
Morganville Vampires Series by Rachel Caine (YA Fantasy/Adventure/Romance.) This is a fantastic series. One of the things I really like about it is how the author doesn't completely skip over the sex scenes. Even though it's 14 books in, the story line is still just as captivating as it was in the beginning, and the playful banter between the characters cracks me up. Eve, Michael, Shane, and Claire make the perfect twisted group of friends.
Hex Hall Trilogy by Rachel Hawkins (YA Fantasy/Adventure/Romance.) You have to read these books! The best way I can think to describe them is a mixture of Mortal Instruments, House of Night, Vampire Academy, and Evernight with a witchy/magic angle thrown in. We first meet Sixteen-year-old Sophie when she attempts to perform a love spell on a girl in a bathroom during prom that backfires terribly and threatens major exposure of her kind. After this incident, the Council sentences her to a reform school for prodigium- witches, fairies, shapeshifters- called Hecate Hall, a.k.a. Hex Hall, and the drama starts immediately. Seriously, there's not a dull moment in these books. There's tons of suspense, mystery, and even humor to keep you entertained. By the way, I think Sophie's sense of humor, which consists mostly of sarcasm, is fantastically hysterical. Anyway, the romance aspect of the story comes in when Sophie develops a crush on the school's resident hot guy, Archer Cross. Think douchey Eric from HoN meets cocky Jace from MI. Yeah, you're probably drooling heavily at the thought of that. That's okay, I'm pretty sure I drooled a lot too. Lol In hopes of not spoiling the story, I'll just leave the Romance detail at that. Overall, this was a great series. Book 3 wasn't all it was cracked up to be, but I still enjoyed it a lot, it was a good enough ending to the trilogy.
Matched by Ally Condie (YA Dystopia/Romance.) This is the first book of a trilogy and I can't even begin to tell you how much I adore it. It's The Giver for a whole new generation! Seriously, this book reminds me so much of The Giver except it's better and the writing is just spectacular, really. It's about a girl set in a perfect society where the government matches each citizen with a mate within the year of their 16th birthday and how she comes to terms with being matched and realizing that the world she lives in isn't so perfect after all. I devoured it and the ending was so satisfying despite the fact that there's a slight unresolved issue. Read it, I promise you'll love it and Book #2- Crossed wasn't quite as amazing, but it's still well worth the read. Book #3-Reached is scheduled for release on Novemeber 13,2012.
Caster Chronicles by Kami Garcia (YA Fantasy/Romance.) I absolutely adored Book#1- Beautiful Creatures, Ethan and Lena are so perfect for each other and the dream thing was awesome. However, Book #2- Beautiful Darkness was kind of a let down so I'm hoping that the third book will reinstate my love for them because right now I'm not quite sure if I should root for them or smack them both upside the head for their epic bouts of stupidity. Book #3, Beautiful Chaos did actually win me back though and now I'm dying for Book #4-Beautiful Redemption, coming October 23, 2012.
Eternal Hunger by Laura Wright (Adult Fantasy/Romance.) Warning: This is a romance novel with an awesomely hot sex scene. Two words 'Dirty Edward'. Yep, her main character, Alexander, reminds me a lot of my Dirty Edward. He's not quite AS dirty, but he'll do. Alexander has a sailor's mouth, a bad boy attitude, and sex appeal to spare. I fell in love with him from page 1 and swooned over him until I finished the book, itching for more. This was an absolutely thrilling read, and the first book in a trilogy series, Mark of the Vampire. So, I finally read, book #2-Eternal Kiss, and book #3-Eternal Captive, and now I'm working on book #4-Eternal Beast. I can happily say that each book is just as awesome as book 1, so if you're looking for some awesome porn material, because let's not kid ourselves that's what romance novels are, with a great story check it out. Book #5-Eternal Demon will be out May 7, 2013.
Water For Elephants by Sara Gruen (Adult Romance.) A book about a boy in his early 20s named Jacob who deals with the death of his parents by dropping out of veterinary school and joining the circus in the Great Depression Era. This is a lovely tale about forbidden love, dealing with loss, and the journey of Jacob growing from a boy to a man. I was really touched by the story and I enjoyed the twist at the end. Also, I love how it jumps from a young Jacob to an old Jacob in a nursing home throughout the book. I absolutely fell in love with both his past and present self.)
Midnighters Trilogy by Scott Westerfield (YA Sci Fi/Adventure with a dash of Romance.) This series really captured me, unlike Scott Westerfield's other books, which only made it to my worth reading list. The reason why is because he didn't simply throw in the romance in this one, it had a purpose. I love romance, obviously, but to be honest, Scott is not meant to write romance books. This time, he has just enough romance in this story for it to be perfectly balanced though. The real story here is about the friendships formed between a group of teens that have the whole town of Bixby, OK to themselves for an hour every night at midnight. Why is this? Well, because time is frozen for everyone else! =D Peeked your interest, didn't I? In this hour of frozen time, a blue moon rises and bathes everything in blue light, electronics don't work, fire doesn't work, and rain sits still in mid air. The midnighters, each with their own special ability, uses this blue time in any way they chose, but they also have to fight off the ancient darkling creatures who attack them. Each book is better than the last and the ending rocked my world, leaving me wishing for more.
Books That Really Make You Think (Books that leave you sitting up in the middle of the night, asking yourself questions you never thought of before.)
Unwind by Neal Shusterman (YA Sci Fi/Adventure.) This story takes place in a world where abortion is illegal, but parents/guardians can chose to 'unwind' a person between the ages of 13-18. 100 percent of their body is harvested and donated so the Bill of Life determines that technically they're still 'alive' just in a separated state. Connor, Risa, and Lev are all scheduled to be 'unwound' for different reasons. In a twist of fate they escape, but then they must remain on the run until their 18th birthday. This book is extremely intriguing, and it has a little bit of everything; romance, drama, action, suspense. It also brings up so many controversial topics like abortion, government, and religion. In the end, it leaves you reeling with questions you've never even thought of like, what happens to your soul? Do you live on if 100 percent of your body is alive, but in pieces?... I highly recommend you check this one out. By the way, sequel was amazing! I'm so thrilled this got turned into a trilogy book #3-Unbroken is due in 2013)
Everything Matters! by Ron Currie Jr. (Adult Apocalyptic Sci Fi/Drama.) This book's about a guy who goes through his life knowing the exact date the world is going to end. It's fascinating what he does with the information and the ending will blow your mind.
Good Books That Are Worth The Read (Books for when you have time to kill and nothing to read.)
The Host by Stephenie Meyer (Adult Sci Fi/Romance.) The storyline is great and I love the new twist on love triangles, but it just seemed that SM was still caught in YA mode. The lack of physical interaction between characters made me feel cheated. I mean, there were only like two kissing scenes and they weren't all that fantastic. I actually think she wrote steamier scenes with Bella and Edward in the Twilight Saga.
Shiver by Maggie Stiefvater (YA Fantasy/Romance.) It's about a werewolf named Sam and a human girl named Grace. It's really romantic and sweet and the only reason why it isn't one of my top picks is I'm just not that into werewolves, but it was really good.
Evernight Series by Claudia Gray (YA Fantasy/Adventure/Romance.) Wow, talk about relationship drama. Lucas and Bianca are adorable together and the series is full of twists and turns. I was riveted by the story line...all the way through HourGlass that is. Afterlife started out slow and then got good. Unfortunately, the ending, in my opinion, was terrible. I have no clue why Claudia Gray would mar the ending when she had the perfect opportunity to finally make everything right. This is why she has been kicked off my Top Recommendations List and put down here with the good books that are only worth reading when you have time to kill...shame on you, Claudia Gray, for leaving me utterly disappointed. *Update: Ms. Gray managed to slightly redeem herself with the spin-off Balthazar which was as good, if not better, than the first three Evernight books.
Uglies Series by Scott Westerfield (YA Sci Fi/Adventure with a little bit of Romance smashed in.) You can definitely tell a guy wrote these books. All the books have a lot, and I mean a lot, of action and only a little bit of romance, which is a downer for me, but other than that they were really good books.
Peeps and the sequel, The Last Days by Scott Westerfield (YA Fantasy/Adventure.) There's some romance in the first book, but he mostly concentrates on the origin of the parasite-positives or Peeps which is actually pretty fascinating. Still a lot more action then I'm used to, but they were awesome books none the less. Besides they're vampire books. =) Those are always worth reading.
The Giver by Lois Lowry (YA Dystopia.) I had to read this book in the 8th grade for school and it is an amazing book. I know it seems kind of strange that I would recommend a book with an 8th grade reading level, but it really is fantastic. I just recently read it for the third time and it's good when you only have a few hours to spare.
Things I Love in Twilight Fan Fiction
DIRTY EDWARD, if you are reading or have read any of my stories you know this is a big one for me, I ADORE DIRTY EDWARD! Filthy Edward is even better. =)
Tanya when she's Evil, sorry, but I love that girl. She causes conflict galore and I hate her so much that I actually love her. Lol As they say, it's a thin line between love and hate.
Rosalie when she's The Bitch, come on that's her best quality! She takes no shit from no one and I love it
Alice when she's The Shopaholic, I love her in Family Therapy Cullen Style by vjgm, I laughed so hard I almost cried.
Fan fictions that take place after the break up in New Moon and Bella actually sticks up for herself and becomes a better, stronger person. Ex: Dirty Dancing with The Devil Herself (I have a special place in my heart for JayJayHale's Izzy)
Things I Hate in Twilight Fan Fiction
Bella choosing Jake over Edward. Sorry, but there is no way in hell I am reading that crap! I'm 100 Percent Team Edward. You will NEVER read a story of mine that will have Bella choosing Jake because I can't even stomach reading them. Jacob is cool and he deserves his happy ending too, but NOT WITH BELLA! *deep breath* Okay, I'm good! =) LOL
When Bella is a complete push over. The girl needs to grow up and stick up for herself. My Bella may be completely delusional in her love for Edward, but she will be tough when she needs to be.
Really bad spelling. Word has spell check people! I understand messing up on grammar, I do that myself sometimes, but when stories have countless spelling errors it irritates me.
I used to hate all AH fan fictions and now I write them... If you hate AH you might want to give it a shot, you would be surprised how good they can be. My big turning point was The Red Line by WinndSinger. It's a truly fantastic story and it made me fall hard for a human, stripper Edward. Who knows, maybe it was all the amazing lemons that changed my opinion. Lol =D.
Best Fan Fictions I Have Read
The List by LauraACullen. Best Lemon Fan Fiction ever! Enough said.
Never a Cullen by BlackThorn19. Edward leaves in New Moon. A year later Bella is changed into a very powerful vampire by the Volturi. 175 years later Bella Volturi meets the Cullens.--If you hate the stories where Bella just leaps back in to Edward's arms you'll love this! She hates the Cullens with an intense passion for leaving. You'll be sitting on the edge of your seat through the whole story. One of the best fan fictions of all time!
Falling Beyond Redemption by Aleeab4u. Wow! Just, wow! The plot is fantastic and the research she puts into her writing makes for a truly accurate story. No dirty Edward, but that's okay. The lemons still make the hair on the back of my neck stand up, they are that good. I wish I could give this woman a round of applause and an Edward of her very own. Seriously worth the read.
Behind the Clouds by EchoesOfTwilight. Such a phenomenal story, captivating and heart wrenching. This is one of my absolute favorites, my only wish is that she had the time to update more often. I'm always waiting on pins and needles for the next Chapter.
All Human Stories
The Red Line by WinndSinger because Stripper Edward puts my panties in a twist and makes me cry without even trying. It's so much more than just wonderful lemons, although it does have a wide variety of those. This fan fiction has depth and the characters jump off the screen, making you fall so deep in love that you can't stop until you've devoured the whole story.
Clipped Wings and Inked Armor by hunterhunting. OH MY BEJEBUS!! I love tattooed, bad boy Edward. Mm, delicious! This story like The Red Line is also more than just breath-taking, pantie-destroying lemons. Everything about this fan fiction draws you in and makes you beg for more. Tattoos, piercings, sex, death, drama, love, it has it all. Update: Unfortunately, this story has been removed by the author due to others plagiarizing her work.
Emancipation Proclamation by kharizzmatik. Holy Crap! Italian Talking Dirty Edward was one of the hottest things I have ever had the privilege to read and I do mean it was a PRIVILEGE to read something so insanely hot! If you could market the amazing sexual awesomeness that seeps from this story we could accomplish world peace. Lol Anyway, the plot rocked, the writing was phenomenal, and the awesome lemons were the cherry on top of the delicious sundae. Why can't my husband speak Italian?! =( Update: You can find a link to the blog where this story is posted on kharizzmatik's fanfiction(.)net profile.
The Screamers by KiyaRaven. This was hands down the funniest story I've ever read and the fact that it had amazingly Dirty Lemons and a plot too, well, those were just spectacular bonuses. Seriously though, this was a beautiful story. When I wasn't laughing, I was fighting back tears, and when I wasn't trying to keep the tears at bay, I was ruining countless pairs of panties. =) Read it all ready! Trust me, you won't regret it.
Hit By Destiny by ocd. How can I be crazy in love with a story that has barely any lemons and a shit ton of angst? I have no idea, but I honestly don't care. This fan fiction grabbed a hold of my heart and it wouldn't let go. Broken dirty-mouth Edward was too hot for words, and suicidal Bella with nothing left to lose was absolutely captivating. Seriously, one of the best angst stories I've ever read. So, what are you waiting for? Get to reading!
Last Tango in Forks by AwesomeSauce76. Where to begin? Oh, I know. I LOVE YOU, AWESOMESAUCE76!! I want to have babies with your Dirty Edward...not really, but I do want to practice with him, A LOT! =D Lol This story is like ecstasy for the soul. It's written beautifully and the intense sensuality between Edward and Bella makes me melt into a puddle of goo. The lemons...oh god, the lemons send me into complete hyperventilation. I'm having a hard time breathing at just the thought of them. I know I sound crazy, but if you read this story, you'll understand exactly why I'm acting this way. Last Tango in Forks is a slice of lemony heaven.
Favorite Authors (The Elite In My Eyes)
hunterhunting: Anyone who has read 'Clipped Wings & Inked Armor' or 'The Misapprehension of Bella Swan' knows, without a doubt ,why this woman is on my Favorite Author list. Not only does she have a fantastic sense of humor, but she also has a way of weaving her stories so that they just latch onto a part of your soul. I actually mulled for days over whether or not to tattoo Edward in 'Walking Out of the Still Life' because it killed me to think that my amateur tattward will never hold a candle to hers. Update: It's sad, but it seems CW&IA and MoBS have both been removed from fanfiction and twilighted by the author after she discovered that her work was being plagarized. It breaks my heart that people would steal from such a talented author and I hope that it will not stop her from writing. Shame on those who don't write their own work.
KiyaRaven: Okay, so I stumbled upon 'The Screamers' and I was riveted. Seriously, I devoured the entire thing in two days and let me just say, I honestly laughed out loud like some psycho lunatic the whole time, and I was completely alone. Yeah, I know, freaky, right? Lol Then, I decided to read one of her current WIP stories, 'The Diva Diaries', and oh, sweet baby Jesus, I fell in love with this heart wrenching, hysterical tale. Just the thought of reading it is making me twitch with longing for the next update. So, I figured why not read her other WIP story, 'Grasping Darkness' while I wait? Yeah, that didn't help...I finished it in mere hours, and now I'm left salivating for more of that story as well. Everything this author writes makes me go absolutely bat shit crazy. I had to keep reading until there was nothing left, and now I feel as if the world is slowly closing in on me while I wait for her to write another spectacular chapter. This chick owns me hard.
Sorry for the super long profile. I like sharing my opinion with you guys. Hell, I basically write porn for you all so might as well open up and talk to you. LOL
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