It Burns!

I was read­ing Eileen Wilks’ nov­el Tempt­ing Dan­ger and most­ly enjoy­ing it, until I hit one of the sex scenes. And then, she wrote some­thing like, “This time ada­gio,1Mean­ing “slow, leisure­ly tem­po” rather than for­tis­si­mo.“2Which means “very loud”

There was­n’t one edi­tor or proof­read­er with any musi­cal knowl­edge? Those are very basic terms. 

Of course, at one point a char­ac­ter’s name changes from “Therese” to “Jose­fa” with no expla­na­tion. And while I won’t swear to it, I’m pret­ty sure that the orga­ni­za­tion called “Church of the Redeemer” had a dif­fer­ent name at one point (“Church of the Exalt­ed” maybe).

Cyn is a proud Mommy & Mémé, professional geek, avid reader, fledgling coder, enthusiastic gamer (TTRPGs), occasional singer, and devoted stitcher.
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One thought on “It Burns!

  1. Lau­rel K. Hamil­ton’s books have been sim­i­lar­ly poor­ly edit­ed, and I find that very distracting.

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