Tyson should have faded away after that, but the love affair with the public and media was too strong.
The second deals with the nature of the love affair that is central to the script.
I begin talking about the nature of the love affair in the script.
This seems especially true for the tumultuous Republican love affair with Sarah Palin.
It's not unrealistic to think they might have had a love affair if he had wanted it or known how to ask.
"A love affair," she muttered, angrily, and noted keenly every movement of the two.
Then that honest Pierre wanted to relate his love affair with a young lady of Lyons.
My friend told me in one of her letters the story of that love affair, truly romantic.
Now, how could this love affair have come to perfection so rapidly?
He knew pretty well why Miss Wharf hated his host, but he was too wise to speak, "something to do with a love affair."
An attraction or affinity that is strong but not sexual: The fishing industry is well aware of the love affair anglers have with records (1970s+)