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Background
Synopsis
Buy the Book!
Disclaimer

Background

The idea to write a romance novel series came about whilst considering various means by which to convert the Reverend's bountiful iterary talent into Uncle Sam Funbucks™. As the general public has repeatedly demonstrated that it is incapable of appreciating products of actual value, the obvious solution was to give the slavering masses exactly what it wants: pornography, and lots of it.

After several days of research, mostly on TVtropes.com, and after skimming through the occasional romance novel featured on grocery store shelves, Rev was inspired enough to begin writing. The first book, largely completed over a period of several months in 2010, is now available for public consumption. Buy it, perverts.


Synopsis

Loving the Trucker's Wife follows the torrid affair of Dahlia Winters, a lonely housewife and florist neglected by her trucker husband. However, her new paramour, the dashing professor Kane G. Byron, is concealing a dark past. Torn between her sense of obligation to her husband and her uncontrollable passions, Dahlia must choose whether to stay in unhappy marriage, or to follow her wavering heart. Her decision, she will soon discover, has deeper implications than Dahlia ever realized, as she finds herself flung into a seedy, underground world of sex, drugs, and botany.

Warehouse of Love An anonymous tip sends Dahlia and Kane deep undercover to a warehouse in Gary, Indiana, in order to bust the most powerful antiquities smuggler in the country. It won't be easy. Professor Simcrois is missing, the C.E.O. of Macroexpand Shipping won't rest until he gets Dahlia in bed and, even worse, they're all being watched. How do you hide from an enemy that has eyes everywhere?


Buy the Book!

Book 1 available for $0.99 on Amazon Kindle.


Disclaimer

All events and all characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. Mostly.


DRM-Free because DRM is for homos.

Copyright © 2014 Reverend Garcia


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