Stilettos in Sturgis


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Stilettos in Sturgis

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The Stiletto Girls was created when Glenna West, C. Deanne Rowe, and Maggie Rivers took a much needed break from life and spent a week sitting on the deck of Glenna's antebellum home on a lake.

When three writers get together with lap-tops, books and enough good ol' Southern food to supply an army, fun things happen. Enjoy three short stories from three different authors!

Cheyenne Richards - by Glenna West

Pregnant at thirteen, Cheyenne Richards was sent to Sturgis, SD to live with her grandparents, leaving the only boy she had ever loved. Now, as owner of the Knucklehead Saloon she knew love was out of the question. At least until fate stepped in.

Kitten's Dream - by C. Deanne Rowe

Mary Katherine Sullivan had been crazy about Tucker Carson since she was a little girl. She didn't think he knew she existed until a trip to Sturgis helped him see what he was missing.

Dixie Dalton - by Magnolia 'Maggie' Rivers

Dixie Dalton stops in Sturgis to see what the rally is all about but runs into Jake Matthews, locally known as "Bear" and things heat up when the two enter a contest to see who can sit on a motorbike the longest!


Nationally renowned historical author Bob Dunbar, author of "To Fame's Proud Cliff," says:

Hot, hotter, and wow!

What? A guy reading a book by a trio of romance authors? You bet, and I had a good time doing it. "Blue Jeans and Stilletos" treats the reader to three stories by three authors exhibiting three separate styles and sensibilities. The stories range progressively from somewhat suggestive to smoking hot. Different from the others as each story is, this collection manages to entertain and hold the readers interest. Looking over the end result as a whole, I would paraphrase Larry the Cable Guy by saying, "Now, that's sexy, I don't care who you are."

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