Ah! This feels good! I am up to and past chapter 20/page 72. Now is when Grace and Kelly open their eyes to what is right in front of them. They still have some stuff to go through first, but the comparison is about to start.
I wonder why I write romance. Basically because I am intrigued with the idea of getting two people together. That love can get folks to do stupid things, good things, impossible things. That romance, the wooing and cooing to entice the other, still exists. Am I a romantic at heart? Dangit, yes. But shhh, don’t tell anybody!
I want to write fantasy books, The Graced is my effort into that realm. Good vs evil type stuff. Aren’t we all? Isn’t that one of the basics of our existence? We can’t ride that fence. We either make a conscious choice or we just do.
I have another theory. The world revolves around priorities. Not necessarily just on the ‘must’ priorities, but also, and probably more, on the ‘want’ priorities. And those two switch places at random. Which choice is ‘good’? Which choice is ‘evil’ or ‘not good’?
A person meets someone he/she is interested in and decide to make a commitment to each other. Because our person already owns a house, they decide that they will live in that house, together. Now, which is the priority? truly sharing? or holding onto what he/she alone worked hard to pay for?
Lorna and I have been together for 14 and 1/2 years. Over the years our priorities have changed, evolved, even metamorphed into things we never considered. Have we always had the same priorities? hell no! I don’t want to live with my clone! *shudder*
At any rate, I ramble again.