• Title: Cocooning
  • Author: Mike Shade
  • ISBN: 2940000132661
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Nook
  • Cocooning Aiden just wants to be left alone to write Too bad he has a few problems and his sister Polly thinks he needs some help When she checks him into a mental institution Aiden wants to fight the doctors
    Aiden just wants to be left alone to write Too bad he has a few problems, and his sister Polly thinks he needs some help When she checks him into a mental institution, Aiden wants to fight the doctors and nurses, but then he meets Pierce Pierce is an orderly who lives to help his patients, but he usually doesn t find himself caring about them the way he does for Aiden.Aiden just wants to be left alone to write Too bad he has a few problems, and his sister Polly thinks he needs some help When she checks him into a mental institution, Aiden wants to fight the doctors and nurses, but then he meets Pierce Pierce is an orderly who lives to help his patients, but he usually doesn t find himself caring about them the way he does for Aiden When it s clear that Polly needs a break from dealing with Aiden, Pierce offers to take the man home Can Pierce find a way to make Aiden feel safe

    One Reply to “Cocooning”

    1. Aiden is a great character, and in the scenes that Mike Shade writes from his 3rd person POV, the thought process in terms of a BP patient is spot-on. The mix and confusion of emotions, the drastic differences between them depending on environment and circumstances are done well.Pierce is a good man with honorable intentions; I like how he put a limit on what they do while Aiden is still a patient. Then when he offered Aiden a place to stay and they moved in together, the passion and schmex is j [...]

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