This doctor situation is just getting more and more ridiculous! Like, seriously, WHAT is the point???? URGH !
welp, prepare to be more disappointed. i understand what you're saying, but this is my project and i'm looking to have a little fun with it. i'm sorry it doesn't fulfill your desires or some contemporary literary requirements or rules, but, again, i'm the author, this is my project, this is what i'm writing FOR FREE ON A FREE WEBSITE. i find nothing wrong with Moliere being desired by multiple men at the same time because, hey, it happens. and frankly, that's how i want it to happen in this version of this story. but thanks for the feedback!Reviewer: RedHobo Signed [Report This]
Date: May 03 2016 02:18 pm
I get Cooper being in love with Molière, even though I found it a bit annoying...At leats, I know and care about Cooper. But adding that doctor too feeling insta-attraction" is really too much. I don't see the point except that it adds drama to an already drama filled situation. I detracts from the main plots and characters we actualy care about (aunt Mae and Cooper). It's a bit disappointing.Reviewer: RedHobo Signed [Report This]
Date: May 03 2016 02:08 pm
Yay! You're back! Great!
I am very curious about how their talk will go.... As far as I can see Moliere is not at fault/ or to blame for Dr. Richards' interest. She doesn't strike me as flirty, on the one hand.
On the other hand, she has three of the men in the story jonesing for her. So, what is it about her that makes a Mark Richards think he can walk in and snatch her up?Reviewer: bookbutterfly Signed [Report This]
Date: May 01 2016 02:39 pm