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Scorpio Man Love, Lust, and ObsessionScorpio Man Love, Lust, and Obsession by Nikita Gharat
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I think she has described, the Scorpio man point blank. What I liked is the fact that she has elaborated the Scorpio stare.

She let's the girl in love with a Scorpio man distinguish between love and lust. It is true that Scorpio men are known for the loyalty but they can also be brutal heartbreakers. This book helps in finding out whether you are with a keeper or breaker. Also, there are additional chapters such as Scorpio man and eros signs, which help in knowing "what triggers the particular scorpio man".

The book has detailed insight, I loved reading it. Recommended for those in love with a Scorpio man and also for those who are Scorpio themselves.

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Get Close to Mr.Darcy, the perfect soulmate of Elizabeth Bennet

Duty and Desire is the second book out of the three books written through the point of view of Mr. Darcy. All those who have loved Pride and Prejudice are surely aware that Mr.Darcy is the male counterpart of the eternal heroine, Elizabeth Bennet. While Jane Austen narrates Elizabeth's point of view, the trilogy books written by Pamela Aidan narrate Fitzwilliam Darcy's point of view. The second book Duty and Desire takes place after Darcy has separated his friend Charles Bingley from Jane Bennet. Darcy returns to London quite relieved at the thought of not meeting Lizzy again. However, she is always on his mind. He is seen suffering from slowly emerging strong feelings towards Elizabeth Bennet. Darcy tries to find a girl similar to Elizabeth Bennet in his own social circle. He meets the step-sister of Lord Sayre and gets attracted to her. Lady Slyvanie is no less charming than Elizabeth Bennet but is not as clean at heart like Lizzy. Pamela Aidan makes Darcy get into unusual

The role of love in literature

Love in literature has been sometimes a dramatized emotion or sometimes a realistic gradual flow of feelings. Various authors have given their own definition of love. Love, that is known as the most beautiful of all the emotions has been painted sometimes white, sometimes red and at times green in literature. Novels and books leave it to the readers to decide the real definition of love. Charlotte Bronte's famous heroine Jane Eyre falls in love that is of the idealistic kind. The Bronte sisters themselves were believers in the idealistic kind of love therefore, it reflected in Charlotte Bronte's famous novel. Bronte displays Jane's love as eternally feminine in nature. Jane forgives her master even though he hides his marriage from her. Her love is full of mercy and sincere devotion as she decides to marry a man twice her own age. Bronte makes her readers aware that "love is mercy" and "love is devotion". Jane's love for her master plays a

Character study for "Pride and Prejudice"

Jane Austen's characters have lived through the ages very successfully. The prime reason for such a success is that although the class bias has become invisible the psychology and the effect still remain. The feeling of superiority and inferiority highlighted by Austen in Pride and Prejudice is very much valid even today. Austen's protagonist "Elizabeth Bennet" becomes the victim of prejudice because of her own pride. Elizabeth Bennet is a wise, intelligent, emotional and level headed character who usually takes the broader perspective of life. However, her level headedness is challenged and to a large extent disturbed with Fitzwilliam Darcy's words of her being just tolerable. Darcy goes to an extent of saying, "she is not handsome enough to tempt me". His words act like a dagger for Elizabeth who is fully aware of her own intellect, intelligence and beauty. Elizabeth 's eyes are described as highly expressive. Austen tries to highlight her he

Pride and Prejudice: Movie Review

Just yesterday I watched the new "Pride and Prejudice" on the CD, the movie didn't live up to my expectations it was not all that good. The book gives sharp description of each character. Elizabeth is described as a beautiful intelligent girl but Kiera knightly looked more like Joe from little women than the character she was playing. Secondly, the movie didn't at all cover the details of the novel which bring out the lucidity of the subject. The dialogues and behavior didn't resemble the Victorian era at all. However, Fitzwilliam Darcy was well played by the actor. Although he seemed not too perfect; but he perfected his looks through his acting skills. The movie should have been made by paying more attention to the book. Another thing to be noted is there was a modification done in the character of reverend Collins. He is described as tall man with glasses and not a short silly looking person. But the performance delivered by everyone holds you interest in the