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About the Book
Title: Sole Obsession
Author: Pam Stanley
Genre: Erotic Romance / Comedy
A sizzling red hot and very funny erotic romance series starring the spunky heroine Sydney Wilde, presents Book 1- 'Sole Obsession'. This is the perfect easy pool read book, complete with suspense and comedy, and topped with a large serving of indulgent sexy scenarios. The storyline follows a frustrated woman looking for love, all the while unaware she is the sole obsession of a predator who is determined they shall be together. The Wilde Horses are her group of friends, all sexually confident and happy to share their skills and passion. You will certainly recognize at least one person you know among these characters, if you don't recognize yourself. The book will thrill, excite, and make you laugh out loud as well as look over your shoulder more often. Enjoy the journey and look for the next in the series, Book 2-' Evangeline,Miss Match'... AKA 'The Online Date Killer' coming soon!
Pam Stanley is a Southern California transplant to Kansas City, and if you are in a great pub or night-life place there, he or she is probably standing right near you watching for you to do something funny or ridiculous so a good story comes out of it. When not writing, Pam is tossing back beers with friends, running for miles, or taking in any of the fantastic live sports and music Kansas City has to offer. Most of Pam’s friends don’t even know who Pam Stanley actually is. Do you?
‘A cat must do what a cat must do. Only a cat may define the characteristics of a cat. And, this cat drinks Chardonnay.’
Freddie had been affected by reading that passage unlike anything else he had ever read. He knew authors used analogies for symbolism, but never before had he gotten a literary message so clearly. He identified with the cat completely.
He was Egbert and the world was his Anna.
Mother had always told him he was different and that he was special. In that very moment, the first time he had read Sydney’s words, Freddie finally felt clarity an understanding about who he was.
Like Egbert, he was so much further evolved than everyone else. He had lapped those around him.
The obvious derivative of that truth was that he had lapped Mother too. He was smarter and better than she, but he kept that to himself. Although Mother’s lithium pills kept her formerly wildly unpredictable mood swings more to a comfortable monotone, she didn’t always take them. He thought she might purposely skip her meds occasionally, she said she didn’t like how they made her feel…or didn’t feel. She would claim forgetfulness, but he suspected intent in missing them. It made it very difficult to predict her behavior or reactions to him and when Mother was truly angry, it scared Freddie. He knew from the past incidences that she was capable of anything, being old and decrepit hadn’t done much to contain her willfulness. It was best he kept insight like his superiority over her to himself.
As he thought about his Sydney, calm returned to him during the flight. He needed to let go of the frustration he was feeling from his brief Los Angeles trip. The experiences there had taken him away from his comfort area, and he was relieved to be returning to the sanity of Kansas City. He relaxed himself with further thought about Sydney the rest of the way there and his plans to be united with her.