Intimacy Has A Price

Intimacy Has A Price

by Ansley Gilmore

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Intimacy Has A Price by Ansley Gilmore

Sam, the Mayor of NY City, is involved with Deanna, a NY Times reporter. As they fall in love, he struggles to confide in her about details of a car bombing that killed a prostitute. She doesn't understand why Sam is so convinced that the head of one of the crime families, Jimmy Gambezi, is the hit man. Deanna's career needs a boost, but will this story hurt her relationship with Sam?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940000904954
Publisher: Ansley Gilmore
Publication date: 03/24/2010
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,096,734
File size: 121 KB

About the Author

Hi, I hope you are enjoying my story. Please let me know how you like (or dislike) it. My email address is: ansleygilmore@gmail.com Thank you! I have always lived in my make-believe world. It was the best kept secret, until I started writing, and now everyone knows I'm schizo, ha. Well, hopefully, my imaginary friends will entertain you and bring you some diversion. In my "real" world I like riding motorcycles, snow skiing, snow boarding, sailing boats, flying airplanes and gliders, and most any activity that is outdoors. I wish I had the opportunity to climb Mount Everest, or search for Noah's Ark on Mount Arafat. As you can surmise, I like a good challenge, and writing is certainly that. In the end, my hope is that you enjoy venturing into my make-believe world as we go on adventures around the world, and maybe even into space (hint about one of my adventure books in the making). Finally, I must confess that the most challenging puzzle I found is the human heart. What makes us tick? Why do we do the things we do, sometimes with full conviction, sometimes with hesitation? What makes us happy and sad, sometimes both at the same time? These are questions that I like to broach in my writing. Relationships are complicated, but only because we are complicated. To understand a relationship we must understand the "other" person, and to that end we must understand ourselves first because with all of our differences, we also have much in common. Under standing ourselves, our strengths and weaknesses, is the first step to understanding others. Ansley

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Intimacy Has A Price 2.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 74 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
No happy ending
Jasmine Baten More than 1 year ago
Bad sad and bad
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I didnt enjoy this book, the writing wasnt great and was a little confusing. It felt like some parts happened way to fast and was hard to tell what was going on. Dont think im going to be recomending this book to people.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
To each his/her own, read at your own risk!  I totally missed the point in this book. I gave this 1 star because it was the lowest rating. As a single parent I can usually read lift me up. I can deal with real life issues in a story line, but when I read...I want to feel Better than what I did before I read the book.This was such a SAD story that it left me with feeling down.  I quickly searched for and found another "feel good"type story to replace this one.  Kudos to the author for writing and I wish her all the best.  But this is one reader who will always remember her name and this book. I will only read and associate her name with this book. I will only read her books IF the book has been rated/reviewed. I wish I had read the reviews before reading the book.***vrnb.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
i dont agree with the fact that you linked the story to that of Sampson and Delilah's. Their circumstances were completely different. First of all Delilah had no love whatsoever for Sampson, and she lied to him and tricked him to win something over. It was Delilahs deceit that led to the deaths of herself and Sampson. I think you just wanted to write a tragedy and link it to the Bible, which in this case did not turn out too well. I did not like the story at all.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Short and sad. A good example of a Biblical story in today's world.
Carleton Irrish More than 1 year ago
Not even close, so definitely no cigar
Carrie Latsko More than 1 year ago
50 pages, bad, and sad.
11smiles More than 1 year ago
Liked it very much.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kyle Bailey is a douche bag. I hope he reads this. I loved him but he doesnt give a damn about anyone but himself. I dont kbow how i could be so frikkin stupid. If you know him and you think you might like him....dont waste your time. He's not worth it. Trust me.
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To some of the other reviewers.......life doesn 't always have a happy ending. This was a very goof story that dmonstrates why we should ALWAYS be truthful in all our relationships.
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PUDGIE More than 1 year ago
Ansley has a very original take on this storey. Enjoy Pudgie