Overview

Jennifer marries Greek businessman Stavros Papadopouos. Stavros is a golf enthusiast who will do anything to play a round of golf with his buddies. Jennifer finds herself in the stifling relationship until she has an illicit tryst with sexy neighbor William French, a hunky Hollywood actor. William is gorgeous, sexy and a bit overwhelming. He's the lead man on a new series called Blue Moon. The next day William is found dead and all of Hollywood...
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Golf Widow

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Overview

Jennifer marries Greek businessman Stavros Papadopouos. Stavros is a golf enthusiast who will do anything to play a round of golf with his buddies. Jennifer finds herself in the stifling relationship until she has an illicit tryst with sexy neighbor William French, a hunky Hollywood actor. William is gorgeous, sexy and a bit overwhelming. He's the lead man on a new series called Blue Moon. The next day William is found dead and all of Hollywood speculates on who could have killed him.

She walked to the back of the house and heard the splashing from next door. She peeked through the fence crack. William was lying naked in the pool on a floaty while a teenage girl was splashing around him. His chest was bronzed in suntan oil and his large penis was flaccid. The girl was teasing him. She quietly watched their antics.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014866569
  • Publisher: heidi jacobsen
  • Publication date: 8/12/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 861,829
  • File size: 51 KB

Meet the Author

Heidi Jacobsen was raised in Toronto, Canada, but left her homeland to attend college in Florida, and New York. She studied at Parsons School of Design in New York, where she obtained an Environmental Design degree. Heidi has been writing for as long as she can remember. She started with short stories and poems, and then added an impressive repertoire of song lyrics to her writing achievements. Seven years ago she branched off into writing screenplays, and has already completed eight works in the genre. 
Heidi’s style of writing is entertaining and easy to read. She moves from the descriptive to the simple with skilful ease. Heidi’s work is unpretentious, and engaging. She understands the importance of dialogue, and scripts believable and effortless communication for her characters. Twentysix of Heidi's novels are available as eBooks.
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