Suki V: The Collection

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John Tagliaferro, Nov 28, 2009 - Fiction - 771 pages
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ONLY $22.69 with discount code RVBEFUNN ($4.00 off list price) at CreateSpace.Com/3413516 Browse the eBook version on Google Books. Suki V: The Collection is the complete four book novel series about the romance between Suki and John Tagliaferro. Suki is a young, attractive, professional in Arlington, VA, with a BS from UVA, Masters from TUT and a PhD from MIT. She works for her mother Jung's party planning firm and has her own high-tech research and consulting business. She is looking for a guy who is "just right" to be complete, in a pleasant relationship. John has his own, successful, muscle car building business and tutors college students on the side. He would not mind a calm relationship either, with a woman close to his age, not three weeks older than his son "Tag," an Army JAG Officer who is all of three weeks younger than Suki. Against the odds, Suki wins John over, in spite of her tricks. They are both libertarians, enjoy shooting sports and are experts with everything they shoot, enjoy each other's likes, especially a little extra spice in their romance. Unfortunately, the rest of the world will not let them lead a peaceful life. Slight spoiler: The series follows the couple from meeting, courting and their relationship maturing. The series cumulates with the couple being "recruited" as military contractors to help defeat Iran in a looming war, with John's son in the center of the conflict. Read more about Suki's world at http: // http: //SukiProject.Blogspot.Com/ http: //SlashSlashDotDot.Blogspot.Com/ Also available on Kindle ASIN: B002Z7ERSM for only $15.69!

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The fictional LTC (RET) John Tagliaferro was an Army Aviator, Program Manager and Defense Contractor. Now a muscle car builder and father to US Army JAG and Ranger Officer, Jonathan Tagliaferro. By the end of the series he is husband to Suki Tagliaferro. The real person behind the character and pen name will remain a mystery.

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