Learning to Fly by Sylvia Day
Why Bounty Hunting is More Therapeutic than Running Over Morelli with a Buick

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"When we first meet Stephanie, she can't afford therapy--she can barely afford her low-rent apartment and regular meals. A couple of hours a week with a trained professional, not that you'd have talked her into it, probably would have done her good. Luckily, as Sylvia Day suggests, she found bounty hunting instead." - Leah Wilson, Perfectly Plum: An Unauthorized Celebration of Stephanie Plum

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Published June 1, 2007 13 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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How a failed actress became an award-winning novelist.

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treacherous bodyguard - Mark Niblett by name, which even Alan Bennett couldn't better.) The horror concerns a young woman who truly believed that ambition could be a substitute for talent, and who has forced her way into a spotlight which can only be the arena of her ridicule and the graveyard of...

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