I read this book in 3rd grade, thinking it would be about my obsession of the moment: creepy witchcraft. It became my most favorite book ever, the book that made me fall in love with New England.
To this day, I'd like to be Kit Tyler. And not just cause she ends up with the hunky son of a ship's captain.
I once helped a friend devise a paper defining the heroine's character arc within Erikson's 8 Stages of Man. Back then, I was too nerdy to see TWOBP as what it is: a marvelous romance. My bad.
What heroine, from which romance would you like to be?
What kind of heroine do you find unappealing?
So sue me; he's not Canna. But you Bellas deserve a Friday Treat for being so welcoming to Anna DeStefano and her friends yesterday. To thank you -- and Anna for her fabulous GuestBlog -- I give you...Raol.
Congratulazioni! Julie in Ohio, you're the winner of Anna's Guess purse and wallet combo. Send me your email addy at firstname.lastname@example.org and Anna will be in touch to send your gift!
Encore! I'm off to a little Cape Cod town called Wareham to see friends and will have no Inet connection to you, my e-friends til Monday. Yikers. I'll miss you and look forward to checking in to read what you've got to say about the women of romance.