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Friday, March 25, 2016

Meet Sheep Reviewer: Bianca "Hangin' Tough" Greenwood

Over the next week we are going to officially introduce ewe to four of our most recent survivors reviewers*:
DeniseJeanie, Bianca, Tammy
They might appear mild-mannered, but they are far from it...
*I Smell Sheep denies subjecting potential staff members to "Hunger Game"-like interview process. That would be baaaad.

Name: Bianca Greenwood
Fav thing to read: Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance; most happy when the two are combined.

Watch: I have yet to find something I adore as much as True Blood

Eat: Salt. All the salt.

A power you wish you had: Psychokinesis. For sure. I'm can be soooo lazy!

Something you would do IF you could get away with it: Steal everything from my local Sephora

Dream date: I'm not picky. If it involves whisky and food, I'm happy.

If you could own a boat what would you name it and why: "The Drunken Scullery Maid" Judging by the amount of drinking and cleaning (sometimes drunken cleaning) I do, I swear I was one in a former life.

First boy band you rocked out to: New Kids on the Block. At twelve I was convinced I was destined to be the future Mrs. Jonathan Rashleigh Knight! Boy, did I get that wrong.

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  1. Well, Bianca, you and I would get along just great. LoL The Mr. is the whiskey drinking, I'm more of a wine drinker but as long as I have a glass of wine in my hand, everything is peachy. I'm not sure where you are from but if you ever make your way to central/upstate NY, be sure to get salt potatoes. I have a feeling you'd love them. They are lil mini potatoes that are boiled in obscene amounts of salt. While I was more of the BSB & NSYNC era, I did pull quite a few heads of my sister's NKOTB barbie dolls in my day. LoL Yeah, she's still pissed at me about that and brings it up at least once a year.

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    1. Aaand my bad for typos. I'm on my second glass of wine. ;) LoL :Cheers:

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  2. Aesome! Good to know there are like-minded ladies out there. I realize whisky is a "typical boy drink" but I like to be different πŸ˜‰

    I have not heard of these salt potatoes! They sound delightful 😊 I will keep this in mind for sure. I'm Canadian, but I've travelled the the States, just not that region.

    Cheers! 🍷

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  3. Miss Greenwood....I thoroughly enjoyed this! I love your reviews, you're definitely one of the best! Let's crack open a bottle and share our mutual love of UF/PR over a glass of whiskey or twelve!

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    1. Why thank you! It's a date πŸ˜‰

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  5. Hey, love the photo. Should be a book cover...unless it already is and I missed totally! We corn fed Midwesterners are sometimes a little slow on the uptake. It's probably all the Pepsi we drink here instead of....what is it called? Starts with a "C"... Oh well, nice to "meetcha!"

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    1. Thank heavens someone else hasn't been swayed by the Coke fairies!

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    2. Thank you! It's actually a selfie haha. But if anyone wants to make it a book cover, I'm game!

      😬 Oh ladies! I'm a Coke girl πŸ˜• Maybe I shouldn't confess that ... And a Diet Coke girl at that!

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    3. Katie is a Coke fan too...bless her heart ;)

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  6. Hi Bianca!I have a question, can you recommend any UF series that do not have cheating or love triangles? I'm so tired of finding a good first in series book, to have it ultimately filled with love triangles. I wish more authors could find ways for couples to stay interesting and exciting without having to add it. Any suggestions?

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  7. Hi Piper! One series, if memory serves, that might fit the bill is Mimi Jean Pamfiloff's King Trillogy. A lot of series I've recently read are incomplete, so I can promise this pattern won't emerge. As of now, I don't think there are love triangles/cheating in Cynthia Eden's Blood and Moonlight books or Nina Mason's Knights of Avalon. I apologize if I'm wrong. I read so many books and this is definitely a common pattern I've become rather immune to!

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