It Takes a Village

It Takes a Village : The Beginning

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After a globally devastating virus sweeps across the world, the ones that are left are trying desperately to survive and pick up the pieces. Paisley Roberts did not have it easy growing up, but the unfortunate knowledge she learned as an adolescent actually elevates her in this new world. She quickly used those skills to forge ahead, creating a place not only in the world, but in the new government controlling the land as well. However nothing is the same, including relationships. Love comes in many forms like before, but a new environment complicates the old fashioned ideas once strongly held. Will she allow emotions to cloud her judgement? Will traditional values hold up when nothing in the world is the same anymore?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 168 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 10.67mm | 312.98g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508513279
  • 9781508513278

About Marley Claire

Characters and scenarios have danced around in my head as long as I can remember. I was writing erotica before I was really even old enough to know what it was. Because of an awesome husband who supports me like you would not believe, I am able to sit in front of my screen all day and write for fun. Marley Claire is a pseudo-name, obviously. Who would really be lucky enough to have a name like that? I don't want my mom reading my dirty sex novels, and trust me she would. She may even leave a highly embarrassing review after she finishes it. So, I use this name to protect both her and I from the more

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