What are you trying to tell me, Amazon?

Admittedly, I do searches on a weird variety of books on Amazon.com, because it's the platform I use for selling second-hand books. So it's not surprising that it would come up with some odd recommendations from time to time. But what on earth prompted it to suggest this? So I posted a comment on Emily's blog admitting to enjoying The Historian, but just because I got drawn in to a vampire story doesn't mean I want to marry one. I'm not that desperate!

2 comments:

CyberianTygre said...

I suppose you won't be looking for dates here, then, during their February 10 unValentine's Day.

Sarah said...

Mwa ha ha ha!

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