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Beautiful People: The Caver's Kiss


Hello, all!  I am linking up with Sky's Beautiful People this month, and I am sharing from a story that I first thought this afternoon.  Here is goes:

How long have they been a couple?
A very short time

How did they first meet?
Her village owed him a debt of gratitude and invited him to stay overnight.

What were their first thoughts of each other? (Love at first sight or “you’re freakishly annoying”?)
Honestly, it was love at first sight for both of them, though neither one admitted it.  He thought she was beautiful but rather scoffed at the legend surrounding her.  She was impressed with his confidence (and size...hehe) but was rather put off by his mockery.

What do they do that most annoys each other?
She dislikes the way he views her village's traditions with a mixture of curiosity and amusement.
He dislikes the way she clings to her cloistered life.

Are their personalities opposite or similar?
Different in many ways

How would their lives be different without each other?
Spoilers!

Are they ever embarrassed of each other?
I don't know.  I haven't seen that yet.  But I could imagine her being embarrassed sometimes.

Does anyone disapprove of their relationship?
Her godmother

Do they see their relationship as long-term/leading to marriage?
Yes.

If they could plan the “perfect outing” together, where would they go?
Caving!

Comments

  1. Hiya! I found you from the link-up. LOL that funny you're writing about a new story, because I did my linkup about a newer story too. I did the other linkups about my first novel.

    Her whole VILLAGE owed him a debt?! Did he somehow save the whole village? =D I'm already very interested. This relationship sounds like it could get quite complex as they seem to come from completely different backgrounds. How on earth they'll manage to put their differences aside and become closer... well, I guess that's why this story would pull readers in!

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  2. Hey, Ashana! I read yours, too -- you write well. :)

    LOL, no, he didn't save the whole village -- although that would have been a fabulous story. It is a remote, very tribal-like village with a strong unity mindset. If you hurt one, you hurt us all. If you save one, we are all equally in your debt. He managed to save the chief elder's granddaughter.
    His loner mindset and her community mindset add to the complexity of their relationship. Maybe it won't work out after all...I suppose we'll have to read it and see. :)

    Thank you for commenting. I love getting comments, and yours was especially encouraging and helpful! Have a great day!

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  3. This sounds super interesting. What did he do for the village? Why are there spoilers if they're separated? Why would they go caving? What legend surrounds her? I WANT TO KNOW MORE NOWWWWW.

    Good luck with writing the rest of it, it already sounds fab!

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  4. Thanks, Alyssa! I love hearing the questions that my answers ignite. :D It makes me want to hurry up and finish the story for you.
    Thanks for commenting!!!

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  5. Wait... Can you tell me more? The synopsis? Sounds really interesting!

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  6. Hi, Penelope Grace! You have inspired me to do a post about this story. Check back tomorrow and it will be up. :)
    Thank you for commenting! You three have made my day!

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  7. Ooooh, this sounds super intriguing! Legends? Villages under debt? I'm gonna have to check out that other post you did lol

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  8. Thanks for stopping by and commenting, Tansie! Yes, please, check out my other posts!
    If it helps, the tag/label for this story is "TCK".

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