Damaged Girls I by Janice Ross

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Be warned… Romance is not at the heart of Damaged Girls. This series revolves around contemporary issues in families and relationships.

Steven Briggs is thirty-five, gorgeous and partially successful as an auto shop owner-wannabe. He loves women – young women to be exact. Moreover, he
is not above manipulating any situation to have the women he wants. Independent twenty year old Jillian McConnell was once lucky to be a part of his world. Since Stevie was the only man to ever shatter her rough exterior, he knows that she would always keep coming back for more. But Jillian is only
good enough some of the time. When the sensual Jessica Rodney comes of age, Stevie is enthralled. He shuns the older part time model, for the time
being. But is Jessica’s liveliness enough to sustain Stevie? Or will he keep turning back to the sensible relationship of his past, since he can always
make Jillian believe that she should readily be a willing participant in this triangle. Damaged Girls is a complicated novel about the choices and outcomes, associated with the mistakes we make over time.


About Janice Ross

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Janice Ross is Associate Professor of Drama at Stanford University and the author of "Moving Lessons: Margaret H'Doubler and the Beginning of Dance in American Education". Richard Schechner is University Professor and one of the founders of the Performance Studies Department at New York University.
Published December 9, 2013 by Cultural Cocktails. 189 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships. Fiction

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