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Magic Fingers was the first short story by Sylvia Day that I had ever read but unlike her other short stories where I felt like there should have been more about the character's I think it's fine the way it is.  She gives us a little insight about Alison and although we don't know much about James he is a character that is obviously likable and is willing to put his job on the line for a girl before she get's away before finally making permanent sacrifices to be with her.

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