When she meets Saxby on the flight to the resort, he is the perfect gentleman, not her usual type but she finds herself attracted to him. This collection included some of my favorites of hers as well as some I hadn't read yet. Now the only thing I kind of would have liked to see was Jennessy be a red-head instead of a blonde. You were the wind and I the sea- There is no splendor anymore I have grown listless as the pool Besides the shore. The second stanza could be expressing a rejection of God.
Hot, sexy Saxby Cole goes undercover at a hedonistic Caribbean resort as an overworked financial man trying to gather evidence on drugs being used on women to use them sexually without their knowledge. He had decided to go away to college and that they would still remain loyal. The Justiss Alliance is like the A-Team, only with sex and romance, and in this case a nude resort. He seems to be the opposite of everything her ex was! Could tonight be an allusion to sleep and thus death? The novel is very well written, it is obvious that Tina has done her research. However, it has been rated by less than 100 people, so it could still climb to a better position. Yielding themselves to sexual passion, they have no need for compass or chart, which are used to get to a specific destination and are instruments of control and reason. Some of the chosen poems were spot on and linked well with others and some, well, not so much.
I kinda thought I was going to get different poetry them what was in this book but I still enjoyed it. Sax warns her that this is a weekend fling. I found him sexy though somewhat silly at times for thinking it was in his genetics to not be faithful. My honest review is that it was a very good book. I love reading books that are able to do that. Sappho is presented first and is translated by a few different people in this collection to bring balance between the older ideas of Sappho and the newer thinking.
Saxby has been assigned a mission to uncover and find evidence of what is happening to some of the women visiting the resort. Jennessy is intrigued with this cute nerd that sit next to him on the plane. After the poetry, there are short bios of the poets, it was nice to learn more about these women. Perhaps your reading is more modern. The poems appeal to the heart, providing companionship on the rugged path that all must tread.
My honest review is that it was a very good book. The story is full of excitement, sexual tension and some action , and suspense we get also a small sneak preview into the next story and I can't wait to read that. It might also be the color of her despair. I highly recommend, even if you are not familiar with poetry. Sax and Jennessy click right away on the plane. I am so glad I read this volume, because it introduced me to all these five amazing poets - I only knew about Emily Dickinson and Sappho before reading this, but never actually read any of their poetry. Or as many probably suggest, this is a sexual metaphor, and the narrator merely wishes to be with their lover.
Though I had my suspicions on who could be involved in what Saxby is sent to the resort to figure out. If you like military romance, mystery and adventure this novel is for you. Her first poem in the collection is very rhyme-y, and I was pleased to find that they were not all the same. I would totally recomment it as an enjoyable beach read. Wild Nights is a collection of poetry that brings together some of the classics, including Sappho, Emily Dickinson, Amy Lowell and more.
Check it out if you want something enjoyable to read. He was the most protective gentleman. When Saxby is sent undercover to investigate women being drugged and sexually assaulted on a popular resort, he gets more than he bargained for. One too many rum punches later, and she makes a move on him only to be gently rejected. She longs for the comfort. The bulk of her poetry, which was well-known and greatly admired throughout antiquity, has been lost, but her immense reputation has endured through surviving fragments.
There were a few things in this book that will have you on the edge of your seat and feeling like you are trying to go through the adventure with Jennessy and and Saxby. There are different versions of the poem Wild Nights—Wild Nights by Emily Dickinson. She was a perfect match for Saxby and I loved their interactions together. But Sax did not plan on meeting Jennessy on his next mission. We could read the sea as being in Eden, the place where the narrator is rowing.
There is danger, there is some intrigue and along way Sax and Jennessy become involved their relationship turns sexual. Any analysis of Wild Nights—Wild Nights needs to start by reading a correct version of the poem! The story comes to us in flashback, as narrated by Mabel Todd, portrayed by Amy Seimetz. He also happens to be a former Navy Seal working as a private contractor. Our love is dying like the grass, And we who kissed grow coldly kind, Half glad to see our old love pass Like leaves along the wind. I would've put the biographies at the front, for one, to give some context and time frames for the poetry. It was the perfect mix of relationship development, action and sex. One she graduated college with a bachelor of science in forensics.