Janet Evanovich Writing Styles in The Rocky Road to Romance

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Point of View

The book it told from an omniscient third person point of view. Mostly, the plot follows the thoughts and actions of Daisy Adams, as she struggles to support herself through her doctoral studies. The reader learns of her thoughts and feelings towards Steve Crow, especially when she quickly feels herself becoming attracted to him. Occasionally, the author follows the thoughts and actions of Steve himself, though some of his feelings remain hidden. For instance, the reader knows that Steve hates Daisy's old car, but does not learn until the end that Steve is the one who stole it.

The work is a classic example of romance. The reader assumes that the couple will live happily ever after, though it looks, for a while, like they may not end up together. The author puts another spin on the usual romance story as well, in that Steve seems...

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