In Dawson’s Glen, mommas keep close eyes on their daughters and daddies are assumed to have a shotgun handy. Them’s just the the rules of engagement, but the young men cheerfully take their chances anyhow. Floyd’s just some boy who growed up in a holler, and not all that keen on hard work and application. He also has this magic phone number, and a souvenir postcard from the lady herself. Her name is Misty Pearl, and if her story don’t quite add up that’s fine with the boys. For she has considerable skills otherwise. A short story.
|Publisher:||Ian W. Cooper|
|File size:||97 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Ian Cooper has written fiction, non-fiction and worked for newspapers and magazines. He likes to make people laugh as well as think. His writing has a strong sense of the dramatic. Out of work and recovering from a life-threatening illness, someone suggested writing his sexual memoirs, which he initially rejected for the amount of research involved. He didn’t want to have to make it all up from scratch. A single dad and semi-retired from his most recent experience in the construction industry, Ian squeezes a little writing time in between raising a daughter and building a home-based business.