Leaving the Nest

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Jeff Weslin is tired of living with his brother, Conrad, who dresses in gaudy 70's clothes and works as a stuntman on a soap opera. Annie Harris could also live without her nyphomanical twin, Abbie, who breaks more 'erector sets' than the average eight-year-old. When Conrad and Abbie go out on a date, Annie and Jeff are thrown together. They find they have much in common besides siblings who share a SpongeBob SquarePants obsession. Of course, the deck is stacked against Annie and Jeff unless they can get their ...
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Jeff Weslin is tired of living with his brother, Conrad, who dresses in gaudy 70's clothes and works as a stuntman on a soap opera. Annie Harris could also live without her nyphomanical twin, Abbie, who breaks more 'erector sets' than the average eight-year-old. When Conrad and Abbie go out on a date, Annie and Jeff are thrown together. They find they have much in common besides siblings who share a SpongeBob SquarePants obsession. Of course, the deck is stacked against Annie and Jeff unless they can get their annoying siblings to move out. Yet with Conrad still reeling from a penis fracture and hiding from Abbie, the destructor of all things masculine, setting the two of them up for anything permanent seems out of the picture. Still, Jeff and Annie are just desperate enough to get a little crazy, and crazy might just get the job done.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781451583304
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/29/2010
  • Pages: 228
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.52 (d)

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Maria Rachel Hooley has written over 20 novels, including When Angels Cry, New Life Incorporated, and October Breezes. Her poetry has been published in more than 80 national literary magazines. Some of her short fiction has been published in Nocturnal Ooze and Combat Magazine. Her non-fiction has been featured in Red River Family and Byline magazine. Her first chapbook of poetry was published by Rose Rock Press in 1999. When she isn't teaching English to high school and college students, she is working on her next book. She lives in Oklahoma with her husband and three children. As a parent of a child on the autism spectrum, she is also an advocate for education about autism.
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