By Rochelle Alers
While E.R. general practitioner Celia Cole-Thomas is wounded and her fiancé killed in a shootout on the health center, the single approach she will be able to heal her physique and her center is to spend time at her mountain retreat. In her distant cabin at the Tennessee border, she isolates herself from the world—until Gavin Faulkner strikes right into a close by inn. And as difficult as Celia attempts to stick away, Gavin's friendship and sensuality are slowly bringing her again to life.
An FBI precise agent, Gavin has been ordered to recognize a fugitive within the region. the instant he meets Celia, he is familiar with he can't go up the opportunity to teach this shiny girl all of the ardour she's been lacking. yet his harmful task may possibly shatter the delicate belief they've outfitted, except he can persuade her that love's rewards are well worth the risks….
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Joyce immediately consulted a solicitor, George Lidwell, who obligingly wrote to Roberts, carefully reserving judgement on the question of obscenity, while effectively minimizing the 32 Scandalous Fictions threat of a libel prosecution brought by the Crown. ’21 The letter proved to be of little use, in large part because Roberts was receiving his own legal advice from Maunsel’s London offices which proved even more wary than its Dublin agent. At the same August 1912 meeting in which Roberts demanded changes in ‘Ivy Day’, he made an even more far-reaching request – one so broad that it would eventually sink the entire project and again leave Joyce without a publisher for his stories.
Even in a book devoted to the study of the popular such as John Sutherland’s Bestsellers (1981), the bestseller is defined in contradistinction to the ‘classic’ specifically in terms of the formulaic and ephemeral nature of its appeal: ‘Once a bestseller is spent, or its formula is spent, no residue is left. ’42 As many of the chapters in this book show, of course, it is in practice impossible to draw an equation in the twentieth century between texts marketed by publishers as either ‘highbrow’ or ‘middlebrow’ and the nature and degree of the public discomfiture such texts might cause.
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Breakaway (Hideaway, Book 14) by Rochelle Alers