A Ground Breaking Novel that does not Shy Away from the Moral Line of Loneliness

Topics: Short story, Fiction / Pages: 4 (679 words) / Published: May 2nd, 2014
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A Ground Breaking Novel that does not
Shy Away from the Moral Line of
Loneliness
The new novel ?The Moral Line? by Vanessa Bogenholm, has already received glowing reviews from readers. ?The Moral Line? opens our eyes to the world of high end escorts and the men who frequent them and the reasons this world exists, loneliness.
Campbell, CA, April 23, 2014 /PressReleasePing/ - Vanessa Bogenholm, a writer of short stories and reviews, has today announced the launch of her new fiction book, ‘The Moral
Line’. This 208 page adult-oriented novel is published by AuthorHouse and is available in eBook, paperback and hardback formats from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and many other websites plus directly via the publisher.

The Moral Line – Story Arc
After being rejected and left alone, the lead character in the book, Alexandria, finds herself going down a moral line. Slightly desperate for money, she takes a one-time ‘job’ as a paid for companion by a not so attractive but very nice wealthy man. Is getting paid to be in the company of men really such a bad thing if it feels good? She falls into a world of clients that are wealthy, powerful, successful men with fancy cars and country club lifestyles. But she sees the fragility in all of these men, the loneliness and need for acceptance that is the human condition. Alexandria becomes ‘Catherine’, a high-end escort with a beautiful laugh who finds the goodness and attractiveness in all men, falling in love with all of her clients just a little. By accepting these men and seeing the goodness in them, she pleases these men in many ways. Is it possible by pleasing others maybe Alexandria/Catherine can find her true self and find happiness?

“I have been a writer my whole life and just like so many writers, I didn't really want to admit to anyone that I was writing a novel,” said Vanessa Bogenholm, author of The Moral Line. “At the end of another failed marriage, and there have been many, I

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