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May 1977
Ginny Tate bides her time on the family stud farm in San Antonio, Texas, waiting to start veterinarian school in the fall. Bullied as an adolescent, she’s finally shed her old skin, but the emerging beauty still harbors insecurities and would rather hang out with horses than people.

Sponsored by his uncle, the Shah of Iran, Dariush—David—Akbari, a
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Published January 28th 2020 by Mickie B. Ashling
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Finding Our Morning is a multi-layered romance set upon the backdrop of the Iranian conflict in the late 1970s. I obviously have no idea of the accuracy of the situation, but I definitely enjoyed this Mickie Ashling novel.

This is a story full of family obligations and arranged marriages. The political climate of the time (accurate or not) and upheavel of the land are wonderfully illustrated. The author explores racial issues, as well as female equality, or lack thereof is other
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MICKIE B. ASHLING is the pseudonym of a multi-published author who resides in a suburb outside Chicago. She is a product of her upbringing in various cultures, having lived in Japan, the Philippines, Spain, and the Middle East. Fluent in three languages, she’s a citizen of the world and an interesting mixture of East and West.

Since 2009, Mickie has written several dozen novels in the LGBTQ+ genre
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