I failed trying to fit too many thoughts into too few characters in the edit comment: My primary concern is that article does not discuss WHY the choice of language is important, thus the citation request. I'm not questioning the choice of language. Additionally, I found the sentence a bit difficult to parse - those with poorer English skills than I might as well.
To view it, click here. Yeah, thanks for nothing, buddy. Oh, there is more. Were we really supposed to be impressed he finally found the courage to stand up to his parents and choose love over their impossible to please expectations. Frankly, anyone but Wynne would have worked.
Josephine, the heroine, deserved better from the get go, folks. Wynne even admits there were other women before and after his love for Jo had long dissipated. Yeah, she was but a distant memory, basically a regret because he felt guilty she was likely hurt the way he left. Now he thinks he can just snap his fingers and everything will be right as rain.
Unfortunately, she still has always been in love with him and never moved on. No matter how you try to sugarcoat their attraction and feelings for each other, after being reunited almost two decades later, I have too much of a bitter taste in my mouth to listen to Wynne whine about now wanting her.
The Titantic like iceberg was Josephine view spoiler [ unjustly taking blame for getting dumped by Wynne! Even after him admitting he was at fault, he still did not regret turning his back on he, then six years later marrying someone else his parents would despise even more.
All despite the fact, he was supposedly in love with Jo all those years ago!
Out of sight, out of mind, I guess, because he found another lady love to replace her. Even used his personal history of seeing Jo so miserable living a life not knowing who her parents were to convince the OW to marry him when she got pregnant with his baby, because she was reluctant to tie the knot with him.
This book must have just been a test to see if we would call the author, who I normally love, out on such absurdity in a romantic read. Rest assured, if this happens again, I will definitely not read anymore of this series. It Happened in the Highlands, Series: The Pennington Family Book 2Author: Book 1 - Romancing the Scot https: Book 2 - It Happened in the Highlands I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book via NetGalley.
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