Gohorse

Gohorse

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Jimmy Dale Klein finds out pretty quick he's in over his head when dealing with Chavo, his newfound business partner with ties to the Mexican Mafia. Lucky for Jimmy Dale that Rosalie, his smokin' hot girlfriend, has an instinct for dealing with scumbags and is there to bail him out. Get to know Jimmy Dale, Rosalie, and Chavo, and the unlikely link that ties them all together in this classic tale of love, greed, and vengeance.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 258 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 14.99mm | 349.26g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508772231
  • 9781508772231

About Bryan Baese

As a young man I found myself on the hook for a pretty good-sized child support payment, so I moved out of my apartment in an attempt to save money. For one full year I camped out. I truly camped. No running water. No heat. And no A/C. I wasn't technically homeless - but it was close. It was unexpectedly one of the happiest times of my life. I was in the position of needing to cut expenses because my desk job didn't pay all that great. The worst thing about the job though wasn't the pay. It was the confinement. I don't know how else to put it. I was like a caged animal. I loathed having a boss and being told what to do. It's just not in my nature to be subservient. Eventually I couldn't stand it anymore so I quit and did something else. Actually I did a lot of different things. Twenty-five jobs over five years - mostly straight commission sales jobs - will teach you more about human behavior than any degree in psychology. I'm married, the father of four, and a grandfather now although I don't feel like one. I've lived in Texas most of my life with a few formative years in Arkansas. So I'm Texan but I also think of myself as Southern. I'm still in sales and talk to people all over the country. I've discovered that the accents are different - but the people are the same. Except for Californians. I can't figure them out. Bryan Baeseshow more