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Story Statement “A woman will break the rules for the bad boy, but makes rules for the good guy.” Antagonist The Professor is a fictional character – Dr. Grayson Solace – aka Graycee or Professor Solace College Professor of Psychology - handsome - light-skinned African American man Scorpio Male -mid 30’s - bachelor Birthdate – November 5th Rising Sign, Ascendant Sign and Moon Sign - Scorpio Birthstones – topaz, citrine, beryl Cologne – Black Afgano, Tom Ford Ombre Leather, Tom Ford Oud Wood Favorite Colors - black, red Favorite Food – berries Sexual Preference – dominant, BDSM, Kama Sutra and advanced levels of Tantra Lives in Uptown North Dallas, TX Area Characteristics – sigma male, charming, confident, loner, former college athlete, fitness fanatic, scholar, witty, OCD about cleanliness, insomniac, noctivagant, Turn-ons – intellectual, sapiosexual, confident, fit and athletic women, BDSM, dominance Hobbies – astrology, star watching, working out, traveling, reading, yoga, boxing and traveling Scorpio men are intense, passionate, and filled with desire. They can be moody and vengeful, with a hot temper and long memories for any wrongs, imagined or otherwise, done against them. As Scorpio Man Grayson is the embodiment of a Desirable Man. A great listener, quick thinker, witty, but suspicious and a loner. His adventures and stories are based on 12 different individuals that reflect the astrology zodiac signs. From foreign and domestic settings, calming and volatile situations and even first-time encounters. #8 Scorpio (October 23 - November 21): Scorpio is a water sign and is most compatible with other water signs (Cancer and Pisces) and earth signs (Taurus, Virgo). A desirable man knows when a woman is on the prowl. Experience has taught him what to look for and how to control his emotions to be able to remain calm and cool to think his way into making any negotiation in his favor. A child prodigy – Mensa gifted student and athletic as his 6’4 215-pound frame is as impeccable as his educational merits. Please keep in mind that a person is not only their sun sign. Their personalities are modified by moon signs, venus signs, mars signs, the aspects these have to one another, their positions in a natal chart, and so forth. Some people ‘fit’ their sun sign zodiac profile more than others. These zodiac male/female profiles are designed to be read for heterosexual, lesbian, gay, pansexual, and bisexual people. Title Scorpio Man “No One Likes Romeo” The Professor’s Memoirs Scorpio Man “The Professor’s Memoirs” Comps Zane - Zane’s Sex Chronicles Rachel Kramer Bussel - Flying High Elene Sallinger - Awakening Christina Lauren - Beautiful Bastard Hookline In astrology, it's believed that the alignment of the stars and planets at the time of your birth can influence your personality traits, values, and behavior. When it comes to dating, some people believe that certain zodiac signs are more compatible with each other than others. This is often based on the element and qualities associated with each sign. Scorpio Man’s Nobody Likes Romeo is a short story collection of a portrayal of a conflicted man Professor Grayson Solace who is perfectly composed on his surface. Wickedly intellectual, financially successful, powerful, and respected, he has an uncanny ability to attract women, especially those who tend to only see as far as his initial presentation. In this book, I take you, the reader, with me to the secret inner world of Scorpio Man. This book displays the personality archetype of the Scorpio Man and how his archetype is compatible or incompatible with 12 different women each of a different zodiac sign. In a series of short stories of his adventures, each chapter is told from his recollection in a series of sessions with his therapist Dr. Zenobia Lovelace. Primary Conflict This offering is a self-reflection of a man both predator and prey. The primary conflict involves tension between his desire for romantic or sexual relationships with multiple women and his ability to maintain these relationships without causing harm or betraying the trust of those involved. Ultimately, the conflict for Professor Solace may involve balancing his own desires and impulses with the needs and emotions of the people around him, and figuring out how to navigate complex and sometimes conflicting romantic and sexual dynamics with multiple partners. Core wound Grayson’s inner conflict is that he is not the “stud” he’s portrayed to be. In this memoir, he revels in his successes, but also agonizes over his failures. Each chapter tells the reader straight: this worked, that didn’t. He concludes it is necessary to hide one’s feelings behind a serene exterior, hiding his fear and doubt and empathy from the woman that only can see as far as his handsome face, physique, wittiness, and devilish charm. Secondary Conflict Deep beneath his surface, he is a man pulled in many directions, lost in lechery, limerence, temptation; filled with fleeting desires and fearing commitment. On one hand, Grayson may enjoy the thrill of pursuing and seducing new partners and may find validation and self-worth in his ability to attract and charm women. However, this behavior also leads to feelings of guilt or shame and can strain or damage existing relationships if partners feel neglected or betrayed. Setting The book presents a tantalizing short story collection. The stories take place over a course of seven years pre/post COVID-19 in Dallas-Ft. Worth at University of Dallas, as well as travels of both foreign and domestic locations.