Uncross My Heart

  • Title: Uncross My Heart
  • Author: Andrews & Austin
  • ISBN: 9781602820456
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Paperback
  • Uncross My Heart Falling in lust with a priest is the last thing on Vivienne Wilde s agenda but then she s yet to meet Alexandra Westbrooke
    Falling in lust with a priest is the last thing on Vivienne Wilde s agenda but then she s yet to meet Alexandra Westbrooke.

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      Published :2019-07-19T01:58:29+00:00

    About Andrews & Austin


    1. Andrews was a radio broadcaster in NYC before leaving to become Creative VP of the largest ad agency in the southeast She later joined one of the most extensive movie studio conglomerates in the world, where she managed a division of network programming After forming her own production company, she spent a decade in Hollywood developing and writing screenplays for studios and independents before joining an international entertainment and publishing powerhouse as a division president overseeing television production Andrews is an accomplished writer, producer, and public speaker.Austin is a talented Writer Producer, a former on air talent, and co founder of a Hollywood production company She has served as a segment producer for network specials and animated sports programming and has developed and optioned Movies of the Week and Theatricals for studios, networks, and independents Prior to owning her own production company, Austin was the co producer and on air host of a shopping network Austin is also a gifted astrologer and psychic from the publisher s website


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    1. I fought my way through. I'm giving it two stars instead of one because the premise was interesting. There were too many issues, plot wise, for me to give it more than that. Not only were there too many areas of the plot that made me cringe because they were unbelievable (entire plot arc with the troubled student), but the racial stereotypes and language in general were too much for me to get past.

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    2. Some good, a lot of bad in this book. The narrative style is compelling. The characters were finely drawn and developed. The topic, an Episcopal priest deciding how to reconcile her call to the priesthood with coming out as lesbian, was interesting. Unfortunately, the treatment here was also dated. Over the last few years (and this book is copyright 2009) the Episcopal church in the U.S. has been very supportive of gay and lesbian priests. In fact, the U.S. church's support is a subject of inter [...]

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