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It was supposed to be a well-deserved, three-week tropical getaway for Kaitlin. It turned out to be an erotic nightmare when she was kidnapped and taken away by a dark handsome stranger. Josh Anderson had returned to claim his prize, Kathleen. When fear battles with love, when the desire to escape wars with the need to submit, it can lead to “twin” confusions and a case of…Mistaken Identity.
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Josie prefers Tia her college roommate as a sexual partner. She doesn’t try to hide her bisexual state to Tia and her friend accepts her. Josie finds Tia excites her no end, but Tia believes she’s in love with Wade and wants to include him in a threesome with Josie. Will a menage work out, or lead to a disastrous outcome?
My blog today is about movies, books and happy endings. There is so much tragedy in our every day lives and this is proven when you pick up a newspaper or turn on the television. When I watch a movie or read a book, I enjoy losing myself in the plot and hope it has a hea ending.
Have you ever watched a movie and found you needed a box of tissues before it was over? Recently, I bought a DVD from Amazon and found that the ending caused me to burst into tears.
It was an older movie called Where the Red Fern Grows about a young boy that eventually saves enough money to buy two coon dogs. The male coon dog saves his master from a mountain lion and dies. The female grieves herself to death by lying on the males’ grave. After the female’s buried, a red fern grows at the sight. Thus, the name of the movie. I felt sad all that evening after watching the movie. I guess I’m an old softie.
The same thing goes for me with books. I hate to pick up a book and get all the way to the end to find the hero or heroine tragically killed in an accident. That ruins everything for me
When I’m writing a story, I always try to plot a happy ending. I’m not sure other readers feel as I do, but I’ll bet there are a lot of you out there.
Here are my questions for you. Do you like to see a happy ending in a movie or book? Does it bother you if the hero or heroine dies off as the film or book ends? I’d like other opinion to find out if I’m the only sentimental fool out there.