Love Story by Jennifer Echols

By Jennifer Echols

SHE’S WRITING approximately HIM. HE’S WRITING approximately HER. and everyone IS interpreting among THE traces. For Erin Blackwell, majoring in artistic writing on the manhattan urban collage of her desires is greater than an opportunity to satisfy her ambitions—it’s her price tag clear of the tragic thoughts that shadow her family’s racehorse farm in Kentucky. but if she refuses to significant in company and take over the farm herself sometime, her grandmother provides Erin’s university school and promised inheritance to their maddeningly good-looking sturdy boy, Hunter Allen. Now Erin has to win an internship and paintings overdue nights at a neighborhood espresso store to make her personal goals a fact. She may still despise Hunter . . . so why does he sneak into her strategies because the hero of her most up-to-date writing task? Then, at the day she’s sharing that project together with her category, Hunter walks in. He’s becoming a member of her category. And after he reads approximately himself in her tale, her inner most fantasies approximately him needs to be painfully transparent. She in basic terms hopes to cajole him to not show her mystery to every body else. yet Hunter devises his personal inventive revenge, writing attractive tales that force the complete type wild with interest and fill Erin’s center with longing. Now she’s not only imagining what could have been. She’s writing an entire new finishing for her romance with Hunter . . . other than this tale might come real.

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It will never catch on,” said the captain with hauteur, swirling the mint julep in a tumbler in his gloved hand. “Oh! I’d consider the races a success, with ten thousand in attendance,” Rebecca maintained. She continued to exchange unpleasant pleasantries with the captain while her eye roved about the rich ballroom, searching for an escape before the captain’s small talk turned to courtship, as it had at every social gathering of late. Luck was not on her side. At a typical country dance, one of her friends from the neighborhood would have strategically interrupted the exchange, drawing a grateful Rebecca away from the gentleman’s attentions.

He opened the door a crack and talked in a low tone to the interloper. Summer and I were closest to the door. We couldn’t look over our shoulders and stare at Gabe without being obvious, but we could hear most of what was being said. The interloper wanted to transfer into our class. Gabe was telling him we did have space for one more, but a creative-writing class was a family unit, and before the interloper joined, the other students would need to approve. The interloper said he was sure that would not be a problem.

Now they watched us reprovingly, as if we were five-year-olds playing jacks in a church pew at a funeral. Ignoring the noise, Gabe said a few words about appreciating those of us who had been brave enough to share our stories first. As if we had volunteered for this. He shuffled through the stapled stories in front of him, making sure all three for the day were there. He had said during the first class meeting that nowadays, writing students were paranoid about sharing because they were afraid someone would nab their work and publish it on the internet.

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