Monday, January 6, 2014

Excerpt from Tripping Prince Charming by Ey Wade

Tripping Prince Charming
By Ey Wade

The Author Says:  

This excerpt from the romantic play/dramady, Tripping Prince Charming caused me as much drama and trepidation as it did the character Nathaniel .  His love for his lady fair was eluding him. She, Lillie-Rose McIntyre, has endured a very violent marriage and along with her girlfriends,  decided they would be in charge of the path of their love story. Tripping Prince Charming, a fairytale on its own, is written in acts and scenes and tell the tale of three very entertaining,  sweet love stories.

Nathaniel is a man determined to hold the woman from his dreams, in his heart like a precious pearl clasped in his hand. This is a tidbit of his anguish.  


Nathaniel leaned back on the porch swing of the Gardiner home until his head was resting on the wrought iron frame and he closed his eyes. The metal was as uncomfortable to his flesh as his thoughts were to his mind. Sighing deeply, he searched his heart to try and figure out exactly what he need to do about Lillie-Rose.

 In his heart there was nothing but love for the woman. He knew without a doubt she was the one he wanted to spend the remainder of his life with. The problem was, Lillie-Rose was scared to death. The mere mention of the word marriage and she practically ran away mentally and physically. Not that he blamed her. After living through a violent and abusive marriage at a young age, and an equally violent childhood, he could understand her running in terror. Though he was doing his best to court her slowly with small gifts, attending quiet dinners in her huge hideout of a home, sometimes engaging in extremely sensual make-out sessions, full blown overnight lovemaking and patiently listening to her voiced fears, he was afraid to initiate a conversation that could possibly take their relationship to the final level or kill it where it stood.

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