Galataea of the Poconos

Allen Peterson was a man who had never been loved. Cazzie Wright was a girl without a father, with a mother who didn't have the time to give her the guidance she needed. Cazzie's life was going nowhere fast when she took a summer job with Mr. Peterson. When it went even further downhill Mr. Peterson was there for her, no questions asked, So she proposed: When she was old enough would he marry her? More

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Words: 92,300
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781311194268
About Fred Pruitt

Fred Pruitt is somebody's grampaw. He's retired from both the Army and from a second career. He has lived in many, though not all, parts of the world. He read Robert Heinlein from about the time he was twelve, starting with his boys' books, through Stranger in a Strange Land. He has read The Virginian three times, and enjoys Raphael Sabatini. He's enjoying retirement by writing his own books about people he's known, putting them in situations they were never in in real life.

About the Series: Poconos Life
Strange things happen in the Poconos:

A 17-year-old girl runs away from a life of abuse in California, meets her Prince Charming and her Faerie Foster Parents, and they all live happily ever after.

A young girl whose life is going nowhere takes a summer job with a successful business man. When her life crashes he's the one who rides to the rescue, smiting the villain and tending to her emotional hurts. She suddenly finds herself with the father she's never had, and the sweetheart she's always wanted, in a single person. Somehow they have to walk the fine line between being employer-protege and being the principles in a really dirty story.

The same couple, seven years later, happily married, try to help their friend Ben when he's unfairly convicted in a drug conspiracy. This stirs a hornets' next full of bad guys to try and make their lives miserable.

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