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Breakout Day by Carol Marlene Smith
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Breakout Day

by Carol Marlene Smith

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My name is Arlene and I live in a world of dull Marys.
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Tired of living in a dull world Arlene finally discovers how to have some fun. It's not easy being repressed all the time and this party girl has so much to offer. All she has to do is wiggle herself free from the bonds that hold her. But breaking free from another personality is sometimes difficult until you hold the key to how it's done. Once you know, then there is no turning back.
It's the summer of 1964 and a dark haired guy with a muscle car, playing hot music on the radio, waits for just the right girl...and when she comes along everything is groovy.
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