Wild Innocence: A Tale From The Eighties by Moody Holiday
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Wild Innocence: A Tale From The Eighties
by Moody Holiday

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    List Price: $13.95
    Format: Paperback, 197 pages
    Classification: Nonfiction
    ISBN13: 9780974631523
    Imprint: Pretty Paper Press
    Publisher: Pretty Paper Press
    Parent Company: Pretty Paper Press, LLC
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    Book Description:
    Moody Holiday’s runaway, smash hit trilogy begs the ultimate question. What would you do if your brother tried to kill you? Wild Innocence, a Tale from the Eighties, explores the sexual exploits of "Shanelle," an emotionally abandoned young woman, who is void of self-esteem and love. Nestled on a quiet street in the heart of the suburbs, Shanelle lives under the constant threat of pending death from her knife weilding, drug-addicted brother, "Steven." Tired of living behind locked doors, Shanelle escapes in the dark of night and succumbs to a sexually charged relationship with a gifted prep student headed to medical school. When the likelihood of emotional abandonment surfaces again, Shanelle breaks free and ultimately finds love in the arms of a seductive, rookie police officer, leaving readers spell bound to find out what happens to Shanelle, Alex and the ever present Steven… Stay tuned as part two of this exciting trilogy picks up with Sweet Redemption, the Sequel.