Love is a Walk in the Park by V.L. LoceySullivan Haines knows exactly what he wants out of life. Fame as a Broadway dancer and to find the man of his dreams. Sadly, his love life is a dismal mess, his roommate is PMS personified, and working at a dingy dance studio teaching old people how to tango and foxtrot is not exactly the bright lights. Actually, life in the Big Apple is pretty rotten, until he and his dog run into tall, dark, and oh-so-handsome Duane Hart in the park. Their pooches hit it right off, but can the two men find romance along the park’s winding paths?
Duane Hart hasn’t had a lot go right in his life. His girlfriend recently broke up with him, taking everything that wasn’t nailed down or in his roommate’s name. Well, everything except the Yorkshire terrier that he didn’t want to get in the first place, and that she now refuses to take back. However, when he meets a handsome stranger and his pit bull in the dog park, will the blooming heat in his chest be able to convince him to start dating again? Or will fate prove love isn’t a walk in the park, after all?
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Definition of a walk in the park
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When you walk the walk, talk the talk: Replace the flat-footed verb walk with a more sprightly synonym from this list:. Bounce : walk energetically 3. Falter : walk unsteadily 5. Foot it : depart or set off by walking 6. Footslog : walk through mud 7. Gimp : see limp 8. Hike : take a long walk, especially in a park or a wilderness area 9.
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Whether you prefer ambling through the park or zigzagging down a busy sidewalk, this is a lovely time to hoof it. Lucky for us all, the history of English has plenty of rare or forgotten words for walking that will put a glide in your stride. These fanciful-sounding words have no definitive origin: They probably just sounded right to someone who was sauntering, which is what they both mean. If you sleepwalk—or just like to stroll about after dark—you have a tendency to noctambulate , or walk around at night. The first sense of snudging refers to being cheap, stingy, miserly, and Scrooge-like.