|Plot Summary of Leap of Faith|
Marie-Ange Hawkins has the rich kid's childhood that other kids dream about. She has freedom, love, security in a beautiful old French chateau. But when Marie-Ange is only 11, a tragic accident marks the end of her idyllic life. Orphaned now, and alone, she is sent to America, to live with her great-aunt on a farm in Iowa. Her aunt really resnts her deeply, and cuts her off from all she has ever loved.
In Marie-Ange's lonely existence, only the friendship of a local boy, Billy Parker, offers comfort and hope to her. But her only wish is to gain comfort and escape. Then just after her twenty-first birthday, an unexpected visitor brings startling news and an extraordinary gift; the freedom to return to France, to Chateau de Marmouton.
When she arrives in France, Marie-Ange learns that the chateau's new owner is Comte Bernard de Beauchamp, a dashing young widower who invites her into his home, then into his heart. Their life together, soon includes marriage, children, and lavish homes. It takes an ominous turn though when a strange woman calls to tell Marie-Ange a very strange, shocking story. One so chilling, she doesn't want to believe it.
Not even her old friend Billy can help her now as he is thousands of miles away. So Marie-Ange somehow has to find courage and faith to survive.
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|Chapter Analysis of Leap of Faith|
Ratings are on a 1-10 scale (Low to High)
Time/era of story
Struggling with whom?
Hidden Identity/Secret Motive
- a criminal (possibly)
Main Male Character
- a teen
- Very naive/shy - Doesn't know where to put weiner
Main Female Character
- a teen
Effect of sexing
- Fancy Mansion
Accounts of torture and death?
- moderately detailed references to deaths
What % of story is romance related?
How explicit is the sex?
- actual description of sex
Focus of story
How much dialog
- roughly even amounts of descript and dialog
How much sexing?
- 5-9 sex acts
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