|Yup, so far this sums it up...|
Steeley leaves the super incredible Grey tower and head back to Oregon. She seems to be
Steeley gets back to the apartment, which we find out Double K's parents bought for her and Steeley is mooching off of her well to do friend. Double K is sitting, obviously feeling much better, it's amazing what a few hours can do, Double K should have gone to the interview herself and then this book would have never been written. Anyway, they get into a little roommate/best friend scuffle about the Grey Man and how Steeley should have been better armed with information.
Jumping around like a Mexican space shuttle, the author jumps to Steeley's workplace a hardware store....a hardware store?? Sure, why the hell not, most college chicks work at a hardware store, makes sense to me. And then BAM, just like that she's bake home with Double K, holy bounce house Batman!
So Double K listens to the interview and deduces that Steeley's panties were getting moist for the Grey Man, Steeley denies it and they scuffle again....still no lesbian action. Steeley makes Double K a sandwich and then goes to bed. She has a conversation with her mom who, like all mom's do, senses something is wrong and tries to get the info out of Steeley. Then her friend Jose shows up and invites them the an art show...which I'm sure will play into the story later on.
Back at the hardware store, Steeley is having a rough day because it is busy. Oh, wait, what's this? She looks up and sees the Grey Man...no way! THAT caught me by surprise, I totally wasn't expecting that to happen
Guess what? He asks for certain items...ohhhh the suspense is killing me. He starts off with cable ties...yup cable ties, chances are he is not organizing the cluster of wires behind his computer if you catch my drift. The second item is masking tape. Masking tape? I would have thought duct tape, isn't that what they use in those bondage videos I've seen...er, people tell me about? The third and final item is rope...yup rope. Well, gosh, gee, wilikers, what are you gonna use the rope for Grey Man? The three items he purchases are enough to start a sick mind wandering, despite knowing what Steeley looks like.
Wrapping up the chapter, Steeley and the Grey Man are
Yeah, nothing to really imagine, except what the hell does Steeley look like???
Wishful Thinking Factor
This chapter is pretty realistic, nothing crazy except for the purchases from the Grey Man...seriously?
The author seems to explain what everything looks like....except Steeley!!!
I gave two cuffs for this chapter only because of the purchases and the fact that at the end of the chapter Steeley was puddling up from the Grey Man.
High Expectation Factor
No high expectations that I saw, except for the chunky-knit sweater....sorry no self respecting guy is going to wear a cream colored, chunky-knit sweater.
So on a side note, I heard on the radio today that when and if the 50 Shades movie comes out, they are looking at Emma Watson to play Steeley. Man, that is just going to tarnish my view of Hermione Granger....
|Oh, Grey Man, you turn me into raging female Hermiones....get it?|