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Written by Jenny Allan
(10/3/2005 6:30 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Oh, one of my favorite moments in the book!, penned by Kalyn
Also, there really is nothing to attract women, like a man who is good with kids. I think too it is the automatic quality of the action, the instinctual nature of it, that heightens the steaminess. It shows they have real, unbreakable chemistry together.
I missed it in P2 as well! The first time I watched the movie, I almost could not forgive the filmakers for leaving it out.
"I don't know, it doesn't explain her more rational self at the end of the long walk, except that the day of the carriage she was with him all day, and the little Walter incident happens so quickly. Speculation."
I think that's one possiblity. Perhaps its just that here, he happened to be on available to lend a helping hand and at the end of the walk, he so clearly puts himself to the trouble of arranging the carraige ride for Anne. It wasn't possible for Anne to pass that off as mere common courtesy since he made quite a pointed effort there.
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