Stephanie Laurens Writing Styles in All About Love

Stephanie Laurens
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Point of View

All About Love is written in third person. Laurens uses the viewpoint of two characters to tell this story. The element of suspense is sometimes added by Lauren's choice of which character's viewpoint the reader follows through a certain event. For example, when Phyllida gets the note from the killer, the reader sees only Lucifer's limited viewpoint. Lucifer feels that something is wrong through the whole event, but doesn't know for sure until he nears the burning building.

The story is told through a mixture of dialog and exposition. At times, the reader may be left wondering about one of the main characters because of the limited view. It may be told this way in part to give the reader a better understanding of how the character they are currently following perceives the other.

Setting

This novel is set in 1820 in England. It is important to...

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