By M. Leighton
All of the lovely POSES
He by no means desired to be a hero...until she wanted him to be.
It took Kennedy Moore years to place her lifestyles again jointly after Reese Spencer shattered it. yet she did. Now, years later, powerful and self sufficient, she is in pursuit of a unmarried dream--to dance with the Altman American Dance Theater. regrettably, Kennedy is studying woman from nowhere with out funds and no contacts may perhaps by no means manage to succeed in her goal.
That is, until eventually Reese reappears, supplying a once-in-a-lifetime chance that Kennedy simply can't refuse. In trade for engaged on his yacht for a couple of brief weeks, he'll get her an audition with the recognized dance troupe. All Kennedy has to do is maintain her head down, work flat out and face up to Reese. That sounds effortless sufficient, right?
Reese doesn't need to make it effortless for Kennedy. Seeing her back has begun a fireplace in his blood--an unwelcome one. It took him years to ignore her earlier than, so this time he has a plan. It's basic: Get Kennedy on his yacht, seduce her, get her out of his method, stream on along with his existence. That sounds effortless sufficient, right?
But the only factor Reese didn't plan for was once Kennedy herself--a woman so powerful but so damaged, she makes him are looking to rescue her, to maintain her. to avoid wasting her. whether he has to save lots of her from himself.
**This is e-book 2 within the sequence, a 304-page novel. even though a few characters might seem from e-book 1, either might be learn as stand-alones, entire with their very own tale line and satisfied finishing. comprises mature material. meant for readers 18 and above.**
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Of course ritual. is there is never any real fallacy in making a purely imaginative align ment between man and nature, but the use of "solemn sympathy" in a piece of more realistic fiction indicates that the author is trying to give his hero some of the overtones of the mythical mode. Ruskin's example of a pathetic fallacy is "the cruel, crawling foam" from Kingsley's ballad about a girl drowned in the tide. But the fact that the foam coloring of the is myth so described gives to Kingsley's of Mary a faint Andromeda.
Thus if the three names picked were Shakespeare, Milton, and Shelley, the agenda would run: 1. Demoting Shelley, on the ground that he is immature in technique and profundity of thought compared to the others. 2. Demoting Milton, on the ground that his religious obscurant ism and heavy doctrinal content impair the spontaneity of his utterance. 3. Demoting Shakespeare, on the ground from ideas makes his creative attempt to improve 4. dramas a that his detachment reflection of life rather than a it.
All the Pretty Poses by M. Leighton