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Now I have to ask you, how did you answer question one? You better have all said you were part of the 2 percent! Wait, that would make me one of those ‘do as I say, not as I do’ people. Yup, you guessed it, if I answered the question, I would place myself with the majority. Sad, but true.
Isabeau Montgomery, the heroine from AFTER MIDNIGHT, would also be part of the majority. At five foot three inches tall, petite yet curvy — a woman with a natural, incredible ability to sit down at the piano keyboard and have music flow from her fingertips… she’s just the type of women we love to hate, isn’t she? Not if we asked Izzy.
She was not a beautiful woman. Taken separately, her features held the potential for beauty, but together, with her mix of cultures, she had a face like a jigsaw puzzle whose pieces didn’t fit together. Her cheeks were too sharp, her lips too large, and her eyes, pale enough they all but disappeared beneath the dark tones of her father’s heritage. Neither blue nor gray, her eyes brought her the most displeasure. Most people spoke of her eyes as “peculiar” and “haunted.”
I wonder if that’s how my hero, Noah, sees Izzy? Don’t think so? Well… you’ll have to go to the next blog to find out. *wicked grin*
Before I heat things up, let me ask you this: Is it possible that some of the things we see as our faults — those things we believe detract from our beauty — another person sees as our more beautiful features?
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AFTER MIDNIGHT by Sarah Grimm
September 30, 2011
The Wild Rose Press