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expect you to take care of me,” she retorted, obviously not thrilled with his
that was rude.”
can’t keep saying whatever is on your mind and then just say you’re sorry. That
was rude. If you think I’m such a tramp, why are you even interested?”
saying what I’m thinking at the second I’m thinking it. But I really didn’t
mean it. I don’t think you’re a tramp. If I thought that, would I ask you to
move in with me?”
her head into her hands again. “I just don’t want to make any more mistakes.”
lifted her head. “Am I a mistake?”
that hasn’t been a mistake.”
note from the author:
happily ever after, even though most of our childhood stories preached that to
us. Wait a minute. Did they? I keep hearing…and I’ve been known to write this
statement, “I’ve obviously read too many fairytales…” But when I looked back,
the fairytales weren’t all sunshine and roses. In fact, many of the characters
in what we tag as ‘fairytales’ were beaten, banished, orphaned, poisoned, lost,
and on and on…
Is it when the dashing prince on the white stallion sweeps in and they live
happily ever after? Chuh! But hey,
the protagonist had to go through many trials to get there. So what’s so bad
about that? Personally, I don’t think there’s a problem, except for putting all
your dreams in one knight in shining armor who turns out to be a frog. But you
can still work at your happily ever after, with or without the prince, right?
Though, in my opinion, I think we’re all looking for someone who completes us.
appreciate a wonderful present. When we experience trials, we often seek out
God and loved ones for support and are that much more thankful when the trial
ends. So, I don’t have trouble with fairytales; that’s why I write them,
modern-day fairytales, that is. I put my characters through trials and
tribulations because I know that somewhere, someone can relate. Yes, there’s
normally a knight in hidden-armor, who usually requires some polishing before
he’s fit to be a prince. But again, isn’t that what great relationships do?
They feed off each other to become better partners.
who have flaws, but learn to overcome, trust when all else fails so they can
love again, and forgive so they can know peace.
Dreams, I tackle these and many other issues head on. So, for my version of
a modern-day fairytale, read on for how to get your FREE copy!