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Black Swan (White Rabbit Trilogy Book 2)

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Roses Have Thorns...

At first look, Tess' life seems absolutely flawless.

She's gone from a scrappy little tomboy who grew up on the streets of Brooklyn to a gorgeous and sophisticated Manhattan socialite. She has money, influence, and a devilishly handsome husband who dotes on her.

But, deep down, Tess isn't happy with any of it, and she quickly discoversthat there's
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Published March 8th 2017 by Word Wielder Press
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Desiree has been writing since before she could talk. Or at least, that’s how it seems. As a child, she’d spend her weekends making books. She’d scribble anything that came to mind on notebook paper and then staple all the pages together. Before she knew it, she had a stack of books.

The original self-publishing.

In junior high, she graduated to writing terribly melodramatic novels in tattered
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