Baby Farm

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AuthorHouse, 2003 - Fiction - 196 pages
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I love to read, as do many other women in this life, especially fiction. Turning the pages of a good novel is like chocolate for the mind, each page filled with sweet, creamy adventure. Wrap some music around the words and I'm hooked twice.

The novel Can't Wait to Dance concerns three very different/alike women (one white, two black) and their complicated friendship with each other and their search for meaningful relationships with other people in their lives. The story is set against the lush, interesting, sparkling world of Denver, Colorado.

Astra, a cherub-like blonde from Minnesota, feigns independence, but all the while is searching for some man to take care of her. Simi, a short, graceful dark woman, is bored with nude modeling and most men. She needs a change and a chance to find the one thing she wants to do with her life. Icey, an attractive fair-skinned tall thin woman, has a PR job and a hustler mortician boyfriend who are interfering with her desire to close her door and write romance novels.

These three women experience joy, pain, pregnancy, rape and changing times and relationships, played out against the beat of the pulsating music that loudly runs through their lives, to reach a desired conclusion.

 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
7
Section 3
14
Section 4
19
Section 5
22
Section 6
25
Section 7
30
Section 8
38
Section 18
116
Section 19
124
Section 20
127
Section 21
133
Section 22
137
Section 23
141
Section 24
149
Section 25
153

Section 9
45
Section 10
51
Section 11
57
Section 12
66
Section 13
74
Section 14
92
Section 15
98
Section 16
102
Section 17
109
Section 26
158
Section 27
163
Section 28
171
Section 29
179
Section 30
183
Section 31
184
Section 32
187
Section 33
189
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