Wild Flowers

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iUniverse, Apr 1, 2004 - Fiction - 412 pages
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In "Wild Flowers," Art Wiederhold takes a jaundiced look at modern morals, and comes up with another winner. It all begins when the wife of the protagonist's best friend makes a major play for him and ignites a torrid love affair--all with the help of the protagonist's own wife who has an agenda of her own in mind! The two women plot and counterplot to make this happen. When it does, it comes with several unforseen circumstances that lead to a chain of erotic adventures that neither of them can control. "Wild Flowers" proves once again that Art Wiederhold is the undisputed master of erotic fiction.

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About the author (2004)

Wiederhold has worked at several professions including professional baseball player, soldier, sailor, international reporter, and war correspondent.

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