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Salsa Dancing With Pterodactyls
     

Salsa Dancing With Pterodactyls

by Leigh Verrill-Rhys
 

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˜˜Salsa Dancing with Pterodactyls is the story of a interracial, multicultural American family.

David Gitano's proud Hispanic-American family believes she is using him. Emily Burdis's Central Valley sister believes he is using her.

She thinks: He's a corporate lawyer. He's her boss. He's the pterodactyl man she needs. She's broken and can never give

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˜˜Salsa Dancing with Pterodactyls is the story of a interracial, multicultural American family.

David Gitano's proud Hispanic-American family believes she is using him. Emily Burdis's Central Valley sister believes he is using her.

She thinks: He's a corporate lawyer. He's her boss. He's the pterodactyl man she needs. She's broken and can never give him the family he wants.

He thinks: She's too good for him. She's the answer to his prayers. He's a monster to consider involving her in the mess he's made of his life.

Members of his Board of Directors want him to take the blame for a conspiracy that will destroy his career and he's the kind of pterodactyl man who will do what it takes to protect his family.

The conspirators want Emily to abandon him to his fate but she's just as much a raptor as her lover when it comes to the family they have created together. A custody battle for his two-year old son is the ultimate weapon but even that fails when Emily employs her public relations training to stack the family court against David's ex-in-laws.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940149367771
Publisher:
Eres
Publication date:
03/23/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
466
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

A native of Paris Hill, Maine, Leigh spent most of her childhood and early adult years in San Francisco before immigrating to Wales to marry and raise three sons. She has been a writer, editor and lecturer for most of her life, intermingled with career portfolios in marketing, finance and community arts projects.

An award-winning editor, she has published three volumes of women’s autobiographical writing about their lives in Wales and during World War II. She is a member of Romance Writers of America, the Welsh Academy and several RWA chapters. Wait a Lonely Lifetime is her first published novel.

Leigh admits to running with scissors and leaping before she looks.

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