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3.0 of 5 stars 3.00  ·  rating details  ·  7 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Four short stories peer into the relationships of a young same-sex couple, a May-December romance, three generations of a vexed family, and a bi-racial couple from Delaware; all contain drama, a dash of romance, and bits of comedy.
Paperback, 114 pages
Published February 6th 2012 by My Morning Story
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Nicollette
Four stories about different life styles. This book was a great flow. Made you laugh out loud and made you feel sorry for people that you shouldn't give a crap about, but you can't help but like each character.

First: Ria and Timi two lesbians that fell head over heels but lies and porn ending this relationship. You can't help but fall in love with Ria.
Second: The Priest that fell in love with a teenage girl, knocked her up and she got a little revenge for her own good.
Third: Ursula, Donna, and
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Natalie dunlap
i just got my book it is amazing the athor as an amazing imagination she tells all kind of details that makes u seem like u ur there it is the best
Lillie
May 26, 2013 Lillie marked it as abandoned
The first page exceeded my quota of foul language so I gave it up.
Elizabeth
Jun 09, 2012 Elizabeth rated it 1 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: nobody
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Chesky_division
Reminds me of the magazines my hubby used to buy me called Love Letters. Stories are bit hot some are better then others but its really just personal experiences. Its written in a way that makes you feel like some one was sending there story to playboy. A quick little spicy read.
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Justine Monikue is an indie author that enjoys writing realistic fiction and poetry.

When she's not writing, she takes time out to read, exercise, tweet, geek out to Supernatural, and work on various digital design projects.

She's lived in Europe, and currently resides in Delaware, USA.
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