Maidens of Epodlo, Book 2: Feli Smith, Adventures of a Stable Carl

Maidens of Epodlo, Book 2: Feli Smith, Adventures of a Stable Carl


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Last year Antwanesta Agape explored her identity as a freshman at Central College of Epodlo. This year Antwanesta's friend, Feli Smith takes the leading role in another wild space adventure. Is Feli really "rational" enough to manage three men? Four? More? Can she keep her favorite Libertarian friend, Gretchin, out of trouble? Will Xiny's plan for social reform serve her Kingdom or herself? If Feli slips can Antwanesta save her? Can Zell? What about God? Will Zell and Hardy stay on their respective leashes? What holes will Barthon get into? Will Eltwando find a soul-mate? Holy Hexagon! This is complicated.
Join Feli as she makes "reason rule," in a not-so-worldly world, where clandestine conspiracies, and unlikely alliances, keep passion at bay, at least until the hidden agenda of the Knowers is revealed to a devoted stable carl, who will do anything to save here mistress, and protect her friends.
Your bath is waiting. Have a glass of wine. It is not as dry as the humor, or as sweet as the four strong, smart, passionate women you already love.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781541033597
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/14/2016
Pages: 364
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.75(d)

About the Author

Thomas David Valentine was born in Joliet, Illinois. At age 7 he moved with his parents to Madisonville, Kentucky. He attended Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky. There he earned a B.S. in Philosophy and Psychology. He won three Outstanding Philosophy Student Awards, and graduated magna cum laude in 1986. He went to law school at the University of Kentucky, in Lexington, Kentucky. He earned his J.D. in 1989. Tom moved to Saint Petersburg, Florida in search of work and love. After seven months he got a offer of employment as an attorney for the State of Florida and moved to Tallahassee. In 1999, at age 35, he married, and later fathered two sons. After 26 years of public service, Tom discovered a passion for writing. The story of Antwanesta's adventure into moral philosophy came to him, and was published in June of 2016, as Maidens of Epodlo: Book 1, Antwanesta Agape and the Mystery of the Red-dot Moon. Tom now continues to write the Maidens of Epodlo Series.

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