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In A Dragonfly's Eye: Nymph

In A Dragonfly's Eye: Nymph

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For Lucas Gault, his twenty-third birthday brings with it the gnawing sense that his privileged life isn't adding up. A sense driven deeper as he examines himself through the lovely eyes of a poised young woman he meets at a New York nightclub. To Luke she represents getting back to the values his father raised him and his twin brother on--if only he can convince the disciplined and focused "working man's" daughter, that he is more than just a shallow celebrity. However, Luke has some major issues to work out, not the least of which are, toning down his decadent British rocker lifestyle and reining in his impulsive sexual nature. These challenges and breaking away from his controlling brother prove to be harder than he thought. Worse yet, just when he begins to make headway with her, he finds himself embroiled personally in the burgeoning AIDS epidemic of the '80's.

Raena, wants to be more than "Daddy's little girl," an insurmountable endeavor, especially considering who her father is and the far-reaching influence he wields on either side of the Atlantic. Initially Raena does try to take her more worldly-wise cousin's advise and remain a "good girl," focusing her attention on her studies and her passion, dance. However, the power of coincidence, curiosity and physical attraction prove to be strong pulls for her and she soon finds herself heading down a questionable road she is not equipped to travel. A road she has paved with deceptions that could very well lead to something way worse than heartache.
For Lucas Gault, his twenty-third birthday brings with it the gnawing sense that his privileged life isn't adding up. A sense driven deeper as he examines himself through the lovely eyes of a poised young woman he meets at a New York nightclub. To Luke she represents getting back to the values his father raised him and his twin brother on--if only he can convince the disciplined and focused "working man's" daughter, that he is more than just a shallow celebrity. However, Luke has some major issues to work out, not the least of which are, toning down his decadent British rocker lifestyle and reining in his impulsive sexual nature. These challenges and breaking away from his controlling brother prove to be harder than he thought. Worse yet, just when he begins to make headway with her, he finds himself embroiled personally in the burgeoning AIDS epidemic of the '80's.

Raena, wants to be more than "Daddy's little girl," an insurmountable endeavor, especially considering who her father is and the far-reaching influence he wields on either side of the Atlantic. Initially Raena does try to take her more worldly-wise cousin's advise and remain a "good girl," focusing her attention on her studies and her passion, dance. However, the power of coincidence, curiosity and physical attraction prove to be strong pulls for her and she soon finds herself heading down a questionable road she is not equipped to travel. A road she has paved with deceptions that could very well lead to something way worse than heartache.

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Publish date: Apr 25, 2013
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Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reservedISBN:9781477153451
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