Working Hard For The Money by Pat Tucker

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E Quickies-sometimes you need satisfaction fast:

Author Pat Tucker gets the job done and delivers with three shorts in Working Hard For The Money.

They’re working hard for the money because they have little options when it comes to surviving these challenging economic times. In Elbow Grease… Pamela Brown Pamela is up to her ears in debt until she hatches a Hail Mary of a plan that quickly turns her and jock strap wearing maids into the hottest ticket in their exclusive gated community. Then in Trigger Happy when men can’t control their excitement and pull the trigger too fast they turn to therapists who know just what to do. These ladies are not hookers, but they’re paid to have sex with men. After all, how else will men who suffer from sexual dysfunction learn how to please a woman? But sometimes even professional sex surrogates get caught up while on the clock. And in Sinning in Sin City, three friends take a weekend break in Vegas, only to learn that the handy man has all the right tools. In these three short stories, author Pat Tucker delivers.

About Pat Tucker

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Many of Pat Tucker's stories are ripped from the headlines and focus on socially conscious themes. Pat’s work has generated tons of media coverage and has been featured on the nationally syndicated Tom Joyner Morning Show,, Yahoo Shine, Hello Beautiful, Ebony magazine, and a slew of local TV and radio stations. By day, Pat works as a radio news director in Houston. By night, she is a talented writer with a knack for telling page-turning stories. A former television news reporter, she draws on her background to craft stories readers will love. With more than fifteen years of media experience, the award-winning broadcast journalist has worked as a reporter for ABC, NBC, and Fox-affiliate TV stations and radio stations in California and Texas.
Published March 28, 2011 by Rekcut Publishing. 83 pages
Genres: Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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