Sandra Brown Writing Styles in Ricochet

Sandra Brown
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Point of View

“Ricochet” by Sandra Brown is written in the third person limited omniscient. From this perspective, the reader is privy to the thoughts and motivations of the characters, in particular the main characters, Duncan Hatcher and Elise Laird. For example, the reader learns that despite Duncan’s tough-guy exterior, he is vulnerable and is easily hurt. He immediately falls for the beautiful Elise Laird but when he actually talks to her he is harsh and abrupt with her.

Duncan’s background reveals he was a sensitive boy who grew up in the south where sports – especially football – ruled. But Duncan was gifted in music. He could play any song he heard by ear on the piano but could not read a note. But he kept that talent hidden from his peers because he didn’t want to appear soft or girly. He was a star football...

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