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"Jim and Blair paw each other in the name of reduced oxygen supply. Later, Jim has an existential crisis."
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Oh, man. How much do I love the way Helen writes Jim? He's prickly and confused and in love and Blair is right there, battling.
Winning most of the time solely by being himself. *happysigh*Yeah, this works.
This Jim is just so *right*. Because I really can believe Jim would spend an hour in a bookstore looking for a seventeenth century poem, and then spend twenty dollars on a book just to show he was right. And both Jim and Blair have flaws, and Helen shows them well as they both tumble along on the way towards a new phase in their relationship.
Jim and Blair, sitting in a freezer, K-I-S-S-I-N-G...
What? Isn't that enough? Ok, ok, let's to elaborate a little, then. This is Jim, confused, bewildered, maybe, in a very quiet, almost rational way. Trying to make peace with the fact that he had kissed Blair, and the most alarming fact: he enjoyed it. Too much. And that he's maybe a little bit jealous when he can smell a woman with Blair... The man is hopeless.Helen writes Jim in such a fantastic way, she makes you want to cuddle him and hit him at the same time *laughs*