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Beauty & the Bigfoot

Kelli A. Wilkins

Publisher: Kelli A. Wilkins

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Beauty & the Bigfoot 
Can true love exist between the species? 
Tara’s world is anything but normal. Her father is known as the resident crackpot – just because he’s on a personal mission to catch a Sasquatch. Despite all of the “Bigfoot evidence” cluttering their house, Tara never really believed in Bigfoot – until the day her father brought him home. 
She affectionately names her father’s prized catch ‘Joe’ and discovers there’s something oddly familiar – and erotic – about him. With a media circus descending on her father’s ranch and a showdown brewing with the local sheriff, Tara risks her life to save Joe from a cruel fate.  
When Tara finally succumbs to her animalistic urges, she learns that Joe is not exactly who – or what – he seems. Joe is more than a Sasquatch – he’s her soul mate! 
This paranormal comedy was originally published by Amber Quill Press. It has been re-edited and re-released by the author.

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