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She's starting a new life. He's reclaiming the one he lost. Ginny's not embarrassed that she put herself through medical school by stripping... ...but the job leaves people with preconceived notions. Doing her residency on the other side of the country, where no one knows her past, seems like a good way to put that behind her. She just needs to find a ride, and a judgmental geek with more opinions than common sense is her best option. Mason screwed up when he pushed away the love of his life... ...and now she's marrying someone else. He doesn't want to win her back, he just wants to know where he went wrong. Even if it means attending her wedding on the other side of the country, so he can ask. Taking love advice from his traveling companion-a woman who takes her clothes off for a living-isn't ideal, but he'll try anything at this point. Pulling away each other's masks has consequences neither is prepared for. Their hearts and lives may never recover from being driven wild. Other Books By Allyson Lindt Legacy Series (Urban Fantasy Reverse Harem)Hearts in the SandBlood in the ShadowsDeath in the NightChaos in the Storm Three Player Co-op (Ménage Romance)Looking For ItWaiting For ItAsking For It Null Equation (Dystopian Romance)Over ExposedOver StimulatedOver Shared 3d20 Series (Ménage Romance)Roll Against TrustRoll Against RegretRoll Against DiscoveryRoll Against Betrayal Game for Cookies Series (Ménage Romance)Seduction GamesControl Games Two Plus One (Ménage Romance)Their NerdTheir Matchmaker Subscribe, Live, Love Series (Ménage Romance)Red HuntedRed ConsumedBeauty ClaimedBeauty Awakened Ubiquity Series (Urban Fantasy Reverse Harem)Seductive SoulSoul ReaperSoul Betrayer Truth's Harem Series (Urban Fantasy Reverse Harem)Fate's IllusionInnovation's MuseApathy's Hero Ridden Hard (M/F Contemporary Romance)Hard FlipHard PackRiding the WaveDrive Me Wild Love Equation (Contemporary Romance)The Rival and the BillionaireThe Geeks and the SocialiteThe Second Chance and the AuctioneerThe Virgin and the Kingpin Love Games (M/F Contemporary Romance)His ReputationHer AirmanHis Cosplayer Love Hack (M/F Contemporary Romance)His HackerHer InfatuationHer Counselor Hacking Wonderland (Suspense)Reagan through the Looking GlassThe Hatter and the HarePainting the Roses RedReigning Hearts Stand Alone Titles Seeking More (M/F New Adult Romance)Brothers of Fate (M/F Paranormal Romance)
Outlaw Pete is a modern legend of a criminal who starts out in diapers and confronts the roughest edges of adulthood. It's one of the most ambitious and original story songs Springsteen has written. When Bruce Springsteen was a little boy, he learned the story of Brave Cowboy Bill, about a pure-hearted little cowboy. It was the first of Bruce's Western loves, which now range from John Ford movies to Mexican music to Native American art. Each of these inspirations, plus what he's learned as a man and a rock 'n' roller about how to combine whimsy and wisdom, were stations on the way to Outlaw Pete, a modern legend of a criminal who starts out in diapers and confronts the roughest edges of adulthood. It's one of the most ambitious and original story songs Springsteen has written-rhapsodic and harsh, a meditation on destiny, filled with absurdities but not for one second of its eight minutes exactly a joke. It's an elaborate musical drama, weaving into a single tapestry several styles of rock and an orchestration reminiscent of a Morricone soundtrack. Outlaw Pete is an adult book, illustrated by Frank Caruso, who drew and painted its pages. Caruso does more than illustrate the song. His approach, immaculately detailed, simple when it needs to be, parallels Springsteen's blend of absurdity and meditation. The questions about destiny remain unanswered, as they must be, but they're also brought into a different kind of focus. Details that pass by almost unnoticed in the lyrics become central. Reading and listening have rarely so superbly complemented each other. The result becomes the most intense kind of artistic collaboration, a vision shared. But I'm not trying to start anything, so buy it, don't steal it, OK? -Dave Marsh