Earthy Addictions by Patrick Emre

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" Liam Weir is a farmer cum cattle dealer in Northern Scotland. He lives a very fully life and thoroughly enjoys the trappings of the owner occupier, with a grand house, an adorable wife, and family. Yet his self esteem bounces up and down like a yo–yo for he is a man with problems. Such are these problems that many would describe them as immaturity, but they are very much more complex than that. Corporate risks, excessive gambling, and illicit relationships, shroud his life. What can he do to remove these things which threaten the fabric of his and the lives of his family. He meets a very special lady, Annita Bland, a professional mentor who is charged with the considerable task of straightening out his route through life. The story provides the reader with an engrossing insight into arable farming in Scotland, the very interesting world of the livestock auction markets, and the heart stopping dramas in the world of the heavy gambler including the details of an infallible bet. An unparalleled insight into the life assurance consultant’s challenges and rewards. But it is Liam Weir’s late grasp of things sexual and his role in life as the clandestine companion to scores of educated but highly frustrated married women that will make male readers cry and the female readers will wish they could meet him. Very informative - Seriously emotional - Totally absorbing - Hilariously Funny. "

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Published December 4, 2009 by AuthorHouse. 272 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance, Erotica. Fiction

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