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Needing a job, beautiful twenty-six year old Becca O'Rourke goes to the estate of Brian Rider for a job interview as his personal assistant. What follows are a series of adventures that find her being turned into a one of a kind exotic creature, almost being sold and fighting for her life before she finds her true love and looks forward to the future as a ponygirl by choice and on her own terms. More

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About Rick Schroeder

Retired and enjoying writing and publishing books to keep my mind active and, hopefully, yours as well. I have just returned to Smashwords and will be making all my currently published books available here. There will be more in the future. Please check back to see what's new.

My main genre is erotica. I live in the "vanilla" world and use writing as a way to explore my kinky mind and what lurks within. We all need a release from the so-called "real" world. My release is my writing. You can call it a form of safe sex if you want.

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Review by: Marc Davidson on Aug. 09, 2010 : (no rating)
Spoiler alert: This reviewer wasn't really happy with the ending. The book starts out well and is very thrilling and erotic until about halfway through. The only way to redeem the ending will by for the author to write a great sequel.
(reviewed 40 days after purchase)

Review by: Baron R. W. Lewis on April 27, 2010 :
From my personal contact with this extreme side of human behavior this is a believable fiction. It has a very tight story arc with no loose ends. Unfortunately Becca's ending is a rare one. Not at all common for those of the over seven hundred thousand young women a year, some of whom who end up transformed as exotic human equines to supply the demand of the Pony Play Culture from the modern sex and domination global criminal's engaged in such trafficking.
Author Richard Schaefer did well to consult rare true life pony girls in creating this tale.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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