The Male Chauvinist
had once acknowledged a man as her master, but she had become her own woman, and now made her living writing from a feminist perspective.
seemed to epitomize the attitudes Kate had fought to escape–but his potent sensuality drew her into his arms. No “sensitive, liberated” man had ever had that effect on her.
As they dug through the layers of the past to discover the truth of an ancient civilization, they uncovered new truths about the present, as well. Might not Andrea’s power as a man serve only to strengthen Kates’s own power as a woman?
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