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The Model Wife

by Tom Covenent

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Desperate times call for desperate solutions. Everybody at some time or another has faced financial hardships. Finding solutions for those difficult times can truly test your willingness to step outside of your personal boundaries.
Emma and her husband find themselves in a desperate situation with their credit card debt. Seeing an opportunity to make a few payments, Emma applies for model position for an art class. A new world is opened to her, exposing her to self doubt and possible self fulfillment.
The scenes sizzle in the mind’s eye of the reader and this tempting morsel leaves you hanging on with bated breath wondering what is going to happen next with Emma, her husband and the artist. ( )
  KatrinaH | Jul 25, 2013 |
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