Going watch it now... You know to tempt and tease!!!!Ohh in the dungeon dragon... Well honey, I will have a big cuppa of mocha for ya when it is over!Hugs to you honey!
OOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG, that man will be the death of me!! Those eyes are just sooo piercing. OMG... Ms. A ~ gorgeous trailer!!!!!!!
OMG! It is awesome! I agree with Cecile, those eyes do me in!
Oh Amanda, but is beautiful. That man is so charming... makes your head spin:)!
Hi Amanda!I did an early review of The Master and The Muses, 5 stars for me. I added your book trailer to my review. Loved it!Dottie :)
Thanks Tink for the review! I know it was hard to like Thomas, poor man, but his exoeriences with his muses and the things he learned , I hoped redeemed him fully in the end.This , I think is a very complex book to review!;) you did a beautiful job!Amanda
Hi Amanda!Thomas did redeem himself and I, of course, ended up once again enjoying his presence, loving him. LOL He's like most men, once they grow a little, you find out they're really nice to have around.Dottie :)
You know when I first started writing his persona, I was not in love with him, to be honest.;) But as I continued to see him through the eyes of the three muses and the brotherhood, I began to see him in a different light.One of my favorite scenes is when Grace and Frank find him three sheets to the wind and nurse him back to health--I think that is a point where I first begin to see Thomas' as vulnerable. The time in the carriage when Grace tells him off and with the tragic loss of his child--are moments when I started seeing Thomas as this man who'd always gotten his own way, but is beginning to see that the world does not revolve around him alone.In the end, Thomas was changed as much by his muses as he changed their lives...glad you ended up liking him;))A.
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