Last Mango in Texas by Ray Blackston
A Novel

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Texas Tech student Kyle Mango is attending a fraternity party when he meets Gretchen, an artsy animal lover whose independent spirit immediately sparks his attention. But after a month of bliss, they suddenly find themselves in rough waters. When Kyle inherits four oil wells from his uncle, he sees his affluence as an opportunity to impress Gretchen. But just before he makes his move, Gretchen hears news of an oil tanker spilling its load near the coast of Alaska. Leaving Kyle behind in Texas, she joins a group of campus activists in Alaska for the summer to clean oil from suffering birds.
Kyle is torn between managing his business--and being left lonely in the Lone Star state--and risking everything to fly to Alaska to pursue Gretchen. The young oil man soon discovers that oil slicks are nothing compared to relational slicks. The early bird may get the worm, but the oily bird can ruin romance! Through it all, Kyle explores faith in God and His power to change lives.
 

About Ray Blackston

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Ray Blackston worked as a buyer and a broker for eleven years before cashing in his modest 401k and leaving his corporate cubicle to write full time. He serves on the missions committee of Grace Church, has traveled to rural Ecuador on a summer missions program, and coaches his nephew's T-ball team. The author of the popular summer hits Flabbergasted and A Delirious Summer, Ray lives in Greenville, South Carolina.
 
Published March 3, 2009 by FaithWords. 276 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But the frat game is getting to Kyle, so when the lights are low and Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” starts to play one night at a party, it’s no surprise that Kyle starts to feel uneasy.

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