Or are they? According to the male protagonist, in 1816 an important issue being debated concerns the rights of the individual versus the rights of the state. Hmmm!
But enough politics! (Also a sentiment of A Noble Dilemma's hero.) Currently, he finds himself strolling along the Birdcage Walk bordering St. James's Park to the south. Sounds like a delightful place with a few rare Chinese trees, the Evodia Hupehenisis,
and many exotic birds--the pelican, for one.
While surfing the net, I came across an interesting story from two years ago about a pelican (a strict fish eater) sauntering over to a flock of pigeons in St. James's Park. It then grabbed one and held the pigeon captive in its beak. Twenty minutes later, the pigeon took an involuntary trip down the pelican's throat! Yikes. I guess the pelican forgot it was only supposed to eat fish. :))
Ta-ta for now!
Susanne Marie Knight
Read outside the box: award-winning Romance Writing With A Twist!~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Dream Realm Award Finalist for Best Speculative Fiction Romance: Competitors!
Coming September 26: Sojourn Through Time--What happens when a nearly betrothed duke discovers an unexpected "package" mysteriously delivered to his estate?