I’m so so so very sorry for being such a terrible progress updater. I really am. But you see, real life tends to get in a way of things, and eventually forces me to reconsider my priorities, and as much as I love to read the beautiful world of historical romance and update you on it, reading historical romance is not my biggest priority at the moment. So I really hope that you understand and forgive me for my absence. However, I did manage to read at least one chapter during a very hectic time, thus I’m going to end this short message with what it should have been, a reading progress update.
Chapter eleven is finally the kind of chapter that I’ve been waiting for for an entire story. No love making of course, because it’s still too early for that, and I’m barely halfway into the story, but what I got was a confession that I’ve been waiting for ever since the beginning. Perhaps this confession will open doors to those who would rather keep them closed, and force them to look at the situation from a different kind of perspective, and perhaps if they are lucky enough made them fall in love. That would be very funny, to see a scientist and fortune-teller fall in love with each other, and maybe save Ned from himself and his terrible and lonely future, he definitely doesn’t deserve for having a heart of gold. But hey, this is after all historical romance novel, so I’ve got a pretty good idea what to expect, and when the time is right I’ll be sure to update you on it.