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Any Way the Wind Blows by E. Lynn HarrisWhen her wedding to John “Basil” Henderson didn’t come off as planned, Yancey Harrington Braxton flew off to L.A. and remade herself as mega-diva Yancey B. And Basil started concentrating on his career as a high-powered sports agent. But then Yancey’s first single, “Any Way the Wind Blows,” hit the charts, and now it threatens to blow Basil’s cover--if anyone learns who it’s really about. And it looks like the gorgeous (and ambitious) hunk Bart Dunbar might just have it all figured out.
The Way The Wind Blows
ANY WAY THE WIND BLOWS
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The novel opens with each of the three main characters giving a quick sketch of themselves. At twenty-eight, I know nothing lasts forever. Is this a common point of view? What examples can you give from your own experiences, your observations of the world, or literature that support it? Basil and Rosa talk about having a child together, even though neither of them wants to get married [p. Do you agree with Bart that heterosexuals have more opportunities for real love than gay men do [p.
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When the Wind Blows is a graphic novel , by British artist Raymond Briggs , that shows a nuclear attack on Britain by the Soviet Union from the viewpoint of a retired couple, Jim and Hilda Bloggs. The book was later made into an animated film. The book follows the story of the Bloggs, characters previously seen in the book Gentleman Jim. One afternoon, the couple hears a message on the radio about an "outbreak of hostilities" in three days' time. Jim immediately starts construction of a fallout shelter in accordance with a government-issued Protect and Survive brochure , while the two reminisce about the Second World War.
John Basil Henderson, retired NFL tight end and self-styled "playa," is one of Harris's favorite characters, having brought his dastardly charm to several of the author's novels. Their turbulent affair ended, spectacularly, when Basil left Yancey at the altar. This conflicted, not entirely lovable pair returns in Harris's latest urban romance. After Basil's very public jilting, Yancey set out for Los Angeles to pursue her dream of pop stardom. Still in Manhattan, Basil has turned football fame into a successful career as a sports agent.