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Blow Me Down
Blow Me Down
Author: Katie MacAlister
The game girl has wreaked havoc on the high seas- but the tide is about to turn... In the internet vertual reality game Buckling Swashes, Earless Erica and Black Corbin are two of the most deadly pirates to sail the online seas. And now they've met their matches: each other. But fearless Earless Erica is really just Amy-financial analyst with li...  more »
ISBN: 55880
Publication Date: 2005
Pages: 359
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4.1 stars, based on 21 ratings
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio CD
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Helpful Score: 4
This book was lots of fun. It was smart, good dialogue, fantastic premise, and overall fabulous. You'll see I like a lot of her books, but I don't think I've ever read anything else like this by her. This wasn't "paranormal" per se, just a really good romance. Amy's a workaholic single mom to a teenage daughter who introduces to a concept...play time. It's when Amy STOPS working and focuses on NON work things. Specifically, the game her daughter wants to play that Amy will no longer pay for...a multi player online RPG. The game designers have sent the daughter the beta test for the virtual reality version and Amy promises to give it a try. Fairly tame and believable plotline. The fun begins when Amy gets trapped in the game and meets up with the game designer and his best friend. From then on, it's a battle of wits to find a way out of the game and into each other's real lives.

I absolutely LOVED this book.
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Helpful Score: 3
I honestly did not think I would like this book after the first couple of chapters but I stuck it out and am so glad I did! It was hilarious! Katie MacAlister comes through once again with a book I would be happy to re-read!
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Helpful Score: 3
When I started reading this I was like: Yes! A romance involving talk about RPGs and MMORPGs! And then it also included pirates and swordplay. Yay!

This book is modernly original and a fun read for anyone who likes the above. The blurb on the cover didn't do it justice because it really didn't let you know that the lead character was going to be stuck in a video game. It was just such a fun read that I couldn't put it down and I think was even "gamey" enough to get my husband to read, what is, a wonderful comedy-romance story.

There's just a lot of humor in this one. I think the only annoying thing I found was the lead character's daughter, who was a bit too obnoxious for a 16-year-old (at the end of the story). Otherwise, you will get a lot of laughs out of this one.
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Helpful Score: 3
When I started reading this I was like: Yes! A romance involving talk about RPGs and MMORPGs! And then it also included pirates and swordplay. Yay!

This book is modernly original and a fun read for anyone who likes the above. The blurb on the cover didn't do it justice because it really didn't let you know that the lead character was going to be stuck in a video game. It was just such a fun read that I couldn't put it down and I think was even "gamey" enough to get my husband to read, what is, a wonderful comedy-romance story.

There's just a lot of humor in this one. I think the only annoying thing I found was the lead character's daughter, who was a bit too obnoxious for a 16-year-old (at the end of the story). Otherwise, you will get a lot of laughs out of this one.
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Helpful Score: 2
If you are creeped out by the concept of cyber sex, as I am, don't read this book. Very little character development while requiring significant suspension of disbelief from the reader. I skipped pages/chapters at a time because of lurid/unbelievable sexual content and gave up 1/2 way through...
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