The Ducati Girl

The Ducati Girl

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by Alfonso Borello
     
 

Jenny doesn't carry bags of groceries; she wears an expensive leather jacket, shiny motorcycle boots, and rides a yellow Ducati, a Panigale Tricolore. She enjoys her financial freedom; when she's not riding, she's swimming in her 25-meter heated pool. During a high speed chase on Angel Crest Highway, she meets a super bike buddy, the man with the Augusta. She

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Overview

Jenny doesn't carry bags of groceries; she wears an expensive leather jacket, shiny motorcycle boots, and rides a yellow Ducati, a Panigale Tricolore. She enjoys her financial freedom; when she's not riding, she's swimming in her 25-meter heated pool. During a high speed chase on Angel Crest Highway, she meets a super bike buddy, the man with the Augusta. She invites him to her Tuscan-style villa where they swim and argue like they've been knowing each other forever, but she wonders why nothing else really happens. A yacht escape to the Channel Islands with her best friend and the new buddy sounds like the perfect week-end plan; well, not really. The boat gets impounded, the enigmatic man has disappeared, and what's left of him is just his super bike. Who was he, and what happened to him?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033281480
Publisher:
Alfonso Borello
Publication date:
06/08/2012
Series:
Ducati Girl , #1
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
216 KB

Meet the Author

I am a pilot. I love to travel and I am fascinated by people of different cultures. I grew up as a polyglot because I wanted to experience people in their native language; I think this shows respect. Yes, a lot of people speak English around the world and it's the de facto lingua franca, but it isn't quite the same thing; when you make an effort of (respect), people take notice. I never had the intention to become an author, but I wrote a few books which are useful―I think―to people interested in developing a decent vocabulary of another language, whether for business or leisure. I still read my books over and over again for proficiency; I hope they can be useful to you as well. Don't forget to get a passport and see the world with your own eyes; it's such a beautiful thing to meet people from around the world; besides, speaking another language it's one of the best tool to exercise your brain; try it!

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