Her Purple Panties
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by Rose Kremers
Description: Dorian Elliot Falkner III is the prettiest and richest man in Wyoming. He rounds a corner of the Falkner Building in downtown Cheyenne and careens into Ainsley-Brooke Marker, That Wyoming Woman, who (unknown to him, of course), is wearing her lucky purple panties. This jolting introduction is to irrevocably change both their lives. Because of an initial misunderstanding, Ainsley-Brooke remains disinterested and unaffected by Dorian's charms or by his money. She tramps through his well-ordered life like a green-broke, quarter horse filly, leaving them both to a dubious fate. The Wyoming myth remains alive and vigorous in this romance-genre satire.
eBook Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press, 2003 WHISKEY CREEK PRESS
eBookwise Release Date: February 2005
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Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [280 KB]
Reading time: 176-246 min.
How it began was remarkable, almost exactly like the rehashed in fifty-seven languages of the industrialized world and romantic plot of a bodice-ripping Harlequinc, the same plot even now making inroads into the literary fabric of nineteen Third-World countries, even though few of those women are allowed to learn to read, squatting as they must over their cooking fires while suckling infants, which is, fiction aside, the absolute and ultimate conclusion of romance. Perhaps they use those books for fuel.
It all began when Ainsley-Brooke Marker's 157 pounds hurtled around a blindish corner of the new Falkner Building in the capitol of the Cowboy StateTM, Cheyenne, Wyoming, situated on the extreme southern border of the state where Wyoming's lawmakers assiduously nurture their inaccessibility to all Wyoming citizenry and thereby remain a law unto themselves. Ainsley-Brooke could have collided into the arms of Dorian Elliot Falkner III had he had his arms outstretched and not swinging at his sides where arms are generally located; therefore, they merely bumped into each other instead.
"Why the hell don't you watch where you're going? Look what you've done to my hair!"