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In the Wild and Do One Wild Thing - Worlds to the Side #5 - cover

In the Wild and Do One Wild Thing - Worlds to the Side #5

Michael A. Susko

Publisher: AllrOneofUs Publishing

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Summary

Zoe and Tod have been married for many years and seek to reignite their relationship with a trip abroad. Zoe wants to go to Europe, and Tod agrees on the condition they do one wild thing in each country. The wild thing leads to complications, from accidentally ingesting mushrooms in a remote region of Greece, to a bicycle fall amid windmills in Spain. In the end their adventures and misadventures lead them to discover something deeper in their relationship.

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