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Lacing up to Reality [NOOK Book]

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Blackout Bettie's biggest menace is a clock she can't turn back, and a daughter who's near full grown. Is the encroaching sunset of this K-City Kink Sister's derby years going to ruin the time she has left, or will one killer practice reclaim her peace of mind?

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Lacing up to Reality

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Overview

Blackout Bettie's biggest menace is a clock she can't turn back, and a daughter who's near full grown. Is the encroaching sunset of this K-City Kink Sister's derby years going to ruin the time she has left, or will one killer practice reclaim her peace of mind?

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011306778
  • Publisher: Maggie Clark
  • Publication date: 5/9/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 444,760
  • File size: 127 KB

Meet the Author

Maggie Clark is a Canadian writer working out of Waterloo, ON, where she is mired in a PhD program for the next few years. Her fiction is available at Lightspeed Magazine, Daily SF, and Vagabondage Press, and she has had poetry published in RATTLE, The Pedestal, ditch, and Ryga Magazine. Holding to the belief that form must always follow function, she writes in a wide range of forms and genres--so this account will likely host an assortment of very different works.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 12, 2012

    good book

    Aubu1964
    I started this novel on Thursday May 10 2012. This novel started on page 2 and ended on page 40.
    Blackout Bellie could take a lap in 8 seconds flat without compliant but for the life of her. It was her 16th birthday. Janella Lafayette Montgomery Hill it was a beautiful name . It was quite a mouthful but Beatrice understood they were just traditional about last names for married women. This was somewhat kind of lesbians alliance after listening to stories from the transgendered community it was just struggling for an equal share in the cenvenations . Janella's father was proud papa named Damon Hill reasons which to this day she could not rightly place Damon was also a bear of a man in everyway. Teddy and a required grizzle when required, slow moving as a ape and when left to his own devices but for all their marriage had survived the years more intribulation then in trail. Beatrice's baby youngest client had even seen walk through her gun restricted work place doors. Beatrice was a K-City roller girl she had game. If they were out of line it didn't matter if she was 20 years old and out of line. Beatrice was called big mama it had nothing to do with her Caribbean- Canadian heritage. They had weird names for these ladies that roller derby. She was now 16 and she will be on the Junior League. I enjoyed this novel very much. ShelleyMA

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    Posted June 12, 2011

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