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When arguing she can stand up for herself and maintain her opinion. Even though Gabriel is a well-respected and established Dante specialist, Julia did her own research and is not afraid to stick to her alternative point of view.
In fact, family and kids are major topics in Gabriel's Redemption. It was sweet and hilarious and counterbalanced a couple of other somewhat wistful scenes. Love eases past mistakes and paves the path to a brighter future.
Life bears uncertainty and sometimes we must take risks to ensure a happier future. He clearly worships the ground she walks on.
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Their love for each other equals breathing because it is so vital. Minor quibbles I know that we ALL believe in something or someone and that's perfectly fine.
However, as a non-religious person the praying and talking about God didn't appeal to me. I found it a tad too preachy and that's not something I'm looking for in my books.
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Redemption is a very interesting subject, and yet it isn't necessarily linked to God and prayers. Making amends with yourself and with the people you've hurt doesn't require a faith in God or a higher power.
Lost in thought, or lost in translation, her head was down as she scribbled furiously in her notebook. Ten pairs of eyes swung to her, to her pale face and long lashes, her thin white fingers clutching a pen.
Then ten pairs of eyes swung back to the professor, who stood perfectly still and began to scowl. His scathing demeanor contrasted sharply with the overall symmetry of his features, his large, expressive eyes, and full mouth.
He was ruggedly handsome, but in that moment bitterly severe, which rather ruined the overall pleasing effect of his appearance. She glanced in surprise at the broad-shouldered man sitting next to her.
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He smiled and flicked his eyes to the front of the room, back to the professor. She followed his gaze slowly, looking up into a pair of angry, peering blue eyes. She swallowed noisily.
The other graduate students shifted in their seats and stole furtive glances at one another. Their expressions said what crawled up his ass?
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But they said nothing. For it is commonly known that graduate students are loath to confront their professors with respect to anything, let alone rude behavior.
The young woman opened her mouth minutely and closed it, staring into those unblinking blue eyes, her own eyes wide like a frightened rabbit. A raven haired woman seated at his right hand tried to stifle a laugh, smothering it into an unconvincing cough. She turned to face him and beamed as she answered his question in great detail, making a show of herself by gesturing with her hands as she quoted Dante in his original Italian.
When she had finished, she smiled acidly at the back of the room, then proceeded to gaze up at the professor and sigh. All that was lacking from her display was a quick leap to the floor and a rubbing of her back on his leg to show that she would be his pet forever.He smiled and flicked his eyes to the front of the room, back to the professor.
But since you asked, we began with the first canto. His scathing demeanor contrasted sharply with the overall symmetry of his features, his large, expressive eyes, and full mouth.
When she enrolls at the University of Toronto, she knows she will see someone from her past - a man she met once, in an encounter she has never forgotten. She turned to face him and beamed as she answered his question in great detail, making a show of herself by gesturing with her hands as she quoted Dante in his original Italian. Not that he would have appreciated the gesture. She raised her large eyes to the man next to her and looked at him shyly.