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Lorna was beyond complicated. She was frustrating, narcissistic, rude, abrasive, and boy could I go on with her identifying descriptors. She was self-centered and had an air of entitlement that many found hard to tolerate. Except for the yummy, Malcolm T. Mitchell. (What does the "T" stand for? I believe tolerant, tenacious, and TOTALLY saw through Lorna's vulnerabilities and insecurities. He just "got her."
Let's face it. Lorna could dish it out. But, in true narcissistic behavior she could not take it. Her inflated ego (sure some of it was warranted), was easily punctured and her true, low self-esteem and insecurities were neatly hidden behind her gloriously magnificent mask. She was a beautiful, well renowned professional in the literary realm. However, she was lonely and at times appeared child-like; engaging in hazardous behavior. And, Malcolm saw it. All of her grandiose, driven, high self esteem behaviors were really just a cover for a damaged, afflicted woman with deep insecurities and relationship self-doubts. Lorna was a depressed and lonely woman with a vulnerable fragility that longed for someone to see through her bull. Riddled with losses and the ability to transfer her hurt and humiliation on to others, she was a skilled connoisseur of projecting qualities and traits that she hated in her self. Poor thing. But, Malcolm saw the forest for the trees. He got his "tools" and methodically chipped away at the emotional deficits deep inside of Lorna. Now, that's Love.
I thoroughly enjoyed this journey. Its written in perfect, adult, seasoned prose. As in life and relationships, sometimes the journey is rugged and difficult. You will fall. In love. Out of love. Fall in your endeavors. But when you Fall down, face it and get back up.