Ana is studying how big name romance authors string adjectives in descriptive narrative.
From Nora Roberts' 'Entranced':
"But he continued to avoid the the little yellow teddy bear sitting lonely on the long, empty sofa."
"He started to push her toward the door and found his face pressed against a beefy chest covered in a sweaty T-shirt that announced that its owner was A Hard Driving Man."
"It was tempting to give her one good pop on that damnably arrogant chin."
"For the second time that day, Mel knocked on the dull brown door, wiped her feet on the grass-green welcome mat with the white daisy in the corner."
From Jayne Ann Krentz's 'White Lies':
"He steered her toward a leather padded bar at one end of the long, spacious room, evidently unfazed by the covert glances and curious stares."
"A large, tiered ice sculpture with hollowed-out bowls held an assortment of cold hors d'oeuvres."
"This time a balding, overweight man dressed in a pair of plaid Bermuda shorts and an aging white T-shirt looked out."
"His body ached with the need to sheath himself inside her dark, wet heat but he forced himself to wait until she was twisting beneath him, until her soft pleas became sharp commands."