Mirror of Love

Mirror of Love Emma Miller is an intelligent woman who believes in thinking with her head instead of her heart A total cynic she does not believe in fairy tale endings nor is she one to swoon or pine for some man S

Mirror of Love Mirror of Love is a track from The Kinks theatrical album, Preservation Act It was written by Ray Davies It was released as the debut single from Preservation Act in the U.K only, but a version that was rerecorded for the American release was released as a single in both America and Britain. The Mirror of Love The Mirror of Love is an epic poem by Alan Moore, written in the form of a romantic letter Sappho , Michelangelo , Shakespeare , Emily Dickinson , Oscar Wilde , and many others are woven into this rich, visceral piece, which documents the history of same sex love throughout mankind s history, and comments on its modern day state. The Kinks Mirror Of Love YouTube Apr , Mirror Of Love from The Kinks album Preservation Act Release date May stereo mix, Ray Davies demo, recorded probably Dec at Konk Studios, Hornsey, London Mirror Of Love Written by Sandra Mirror Of Love Lyrics AZLyrics Lyrics to Mirror Of Love song by Sandra Walk of life Feels so nice An here s The perfect place Paradise Can t be nice For you If you can fe The Kinks Mirror Of Love Lyrics AZLyrics Cos through the mirror of love, mirror of love, I see your reflection in the mirror of love And you re alright though you treat me bad When I see you I m looking through the mirror of love Oh the mirror of love, sure look alright Cos when I see you I m looking through the mirror of love. The Mirror of Love by Alan Moore Mirror of Love is a poem recounting the history of same sex love in the Western culture with illustrations after each part of the poem Added at the end were historical information of people and poems mentioned, and suggested reading.

  • Title: Mirror of Love
  • Author: Samna Ghani
  • ISBN: 9781311333520
  • Page: 130
  • Format: ebook
  • Emma Miller is an intelligent woman who believes in thinking with her head instead of her heart A total cynic, she does not believe in fairy tale endings nor is she one to swoon or pine for some man She believes in attaining a comfortable existence No complications No worries Her decision to visit Salar de Uyuni pretty much changes her entire perspective about love,Emma Miller is an intelligent woman who believes in thinking with her head instead of her heart A total cynic, she does not believe in fairy tale endings nor is she one to swoon or pine for some man She believes in attaining a comfortable existence No complications No worries Her decision to visit Salar de Uyuni pretty much changes her entire perspective about love, life and the truly important things in life Ashton Colyns is just like Emma Cynical Sarcastic Witty No idealistic notions for him either But with his dry sense of humor and his irresistible charm, he manages to penetrate through Emma s no nonsense persona Amidst the excitement and adventure and through the complicated mess with Henry Tudor and Anne Boleyn, will Ashton and Emma finally realize they were meant to be together

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    1. PENETRATED MY HEARTWhen the bride, Emma Miller, decides that she and her bridesmaids need that one last girls trip before the wedding, they go to Bolivia to Salar de Uyuni, and they start on an exciting adventure. Staying at Palacio de Sal and touring what is known as the world's largest mirror and going to Isla de los Pescadores, known as the Island of the Fish. Emma climbs some rocks to get a better picture and disappears and meets a wizard Amaru who says many strange things to her. Giving her [...]

    2. I am always distrustful of people who say they are marrying for logical reasons and not that heart-thumping, pulse-quickening, ecstatic LOVE, and this story tells why: you just haven't met him (or her) yet. In this case, our heroine travels much farther than the originally intended Bolivia to find her heart's desire. Wonderful story. Loved it!

    3. This is a short time-travel romance novella. It was just an okay read. I knew that i was going to have to give the author some slack because of the book being so short but I just did not enjoy it a whole lot. It seemed like bam all the sudden she was in love and happy in her new life. Just not very relatable story for me. Heres hoping the next one is better.

    4. A nice, quick-to-read novella. It was too short to have much substance, but for a quick-read, it fits the bill decently enough.The story kept me entertained - mostly - for the time it took to read this novella, but I must admit that even though I just finished it a few minutes ago, I cannot recall the names of the two main characters. :-(I definitely enjoy the plotline, but there are just too many holes left in the story. Also, the characters were FAR too accepting of the goings-on for character [...]

    5. A lovely short, time-travel story. I read this in one sitting to find out if it is the heart or head that wins. Emma has a fiancé and goes to Bolivia with her girl friends for that last holiday before getting married. She manages to slip back a few hundred years and meets a charming Lord. Head or Heart?

    6. Mirror of Love is the first book I’ve read by Samna Ghani and I was hooked from the first page.Emma has always wanted to visit Salar de Uyuni in South America and right before her wedding seemed like the perfect opportunity. Her fiancé reluctantly agrees to let her go and off she travels (along with her three best friends) to this historical monument.A chance meeting with a stranger (and a magic mirror) transports Emma through time and into the arms of Lord Ashton. Ashton is somewhat of an en [...]

    7. I love this story! Emma Miller is more excited about going on her dream vacation to Bolivia with her girlfriends than marrying her fiance, Ethan. When she and her pals visit the Salar de Uyuni, Emma gets lost and meets a mysterious man named Amaru. She then wakes up in a strange place and finds herself drawn into palace intrigue at the court of King Henry VIII. Luckily for her, the sexy and sweet Lord Ashton is there to help her. Emma and Ashton's relationship is clean and romantic. He's a very [...]

    8. Time travel romance fans will find Mirror of Love is a good novella-length story with a nice dose of history. It's got a headstrong, independent and quite feisty heroine along with an slightly aloof, always sarcastic hero. Everything in the story moves very quickly, which for me made it difficult to accept the attraction that spills so fast into a relationship between Emma and Ashton. While it is a novella, I still found the almost insta-love between the two a bit too sudden, especially when nei [...]

    9. Needing to get away before she got married Emma, couldn’t have chosen a further place to go to—Bolivia. Bolivia you ask? Why Bolivia? Well Emma’s fiancé, Ethan, asks the same question. It seems that Emma is not only getting away from her life before marriage, but also to flee her marriage, which seems doomed before it starts. She and her friends head to salt flats of Salar de Uyun and stay at the Palace of Salt—Palacio de Sal. Unbeknownst to Emma, her guide to the flats, the mystical Am [...]

    10. PENETRATED MY HEARTWhen the bride, Emma Miller, decides that she and her bridesmaids need that one last girls trip before the wedding, they go to Bolivia to Salar de Uyuni, and they start on an exciting adventure. Staying at Palacio de Sal and touring what is known as the world's largest mirror and going to Isla de los Pescadores, known as the Island of the Fish. Emma climbs some rocks to get a better picture and disappears and meets a wizard Amaru who says many strange things to her. Giving her [...]

    11. I was given this story as a review copy and it's an interesting concept to get lost in on a rainy afternoon. Emma is fast approaching her wedding to Ethan, but decides to have one last girls' trip to Bolivia, as you do, before taking the plunge. There, she is given some magic mirrors and plunges back in time to court with Henry Tudor and Anne Boleyn.It did make me think about what era I would like to go to and how I would cope if I did. Events at court take some amusing turn as we see that moder [...]

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