Reasonable Doubt 2 - George R.R. Martin

She lied to me... 

She betrayed the one rule that I'm most adamant about: Honesty. Complete and utter fucking honesty. 
I really wish she was someone else—someone who didn't have the ability to make me feel, someone I could easily discard like the hundreds of women before her. 
She isn't. 
I'm drawn to her like I've never been drawn to a woman before—completely captivated by the very sight of her. But unfortunately, with my past slowly re-surfacing for all of the world to see, I'll have to find a way to let her go. 
She can never be mine. 




This is the second book in this serial, they must be read in order.  Obviously.  However, this review can  stand for both of them since I'm the queen of the vague non-review. 


Reasons why I hate Serials.


1. The inability to fully form a character/relationship in such a short time.
2. I am an instant gratification kind of girl.
3. They cost how much for like 70 pages?
4. Did I mention my lack of patience?

Reasons why I am actually reading this one and currently trying to use Jedi mind tricks to get the rest of these books out now.


1. Andrew Hamilton.


I'm honestly a little surprised how drawn in I have been by the 2 releases of this serial so far. Obviously my above complaints about serials still stand here, but there was just enough that, even though it pisses me off, I'm still being suckered in to impatiently waiting on the next one to come out. Please tell me that there aren't like 20 of these. I may end up stalking an author and we all know that probably should be avoided.

I still hate serials though. Down with them all.