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by Suzette Winter

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ISBN:
0394623134
Author:
Suzette Winter
Category:
Erotica
Language:
English
Publisher:
Grove Pr (February 1, 1987)
Pages:
91 pages
EPUB book:
1396 kb
FB2 book:
1233 kb
DJVU:
1430 kb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
666


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Suzette Vaughn discovered her love of writing novels after her pushy sister made her read a romance novel. Suzette resides in southern Mississippi with her husband, son and a cat who insists on walking across the tops of doors. The book was awful, and with a lot of extra time on her hands, Suzette decided she could do better. Soon after, she drafted Badeaux Knights. Encouraged by that same pushy sister, Suzette entered her manuscript into a writing contest and received valuable feedback. She decided to take this whole writing thing seriously and delved back into the book.

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Janie sets aside personal problems in order to concentrate on turning a handsome but lame pony into the champion she believes he is.