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Title Theater playbill for John McCullough and Annie Graham in "The Maiden, or, The Rebel," "Michael Erle" and "The Dead Shot" at Ford's Atheneum, April 19, 1862 [electronic resource].

Publication Info. [United States] : Dreamspinner Press, 2017.
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Summary The hardest thing a rebel can do isn't standing up for something-it's standing up for himself. Life takes delight in stabbing Gus Scott in the back when he least expects it. After Gus spends years running from his past, present, and the dismal future every social worker predicted for him, karma delivers the one thing Gus could never-would never-turn his back on: a son from a one-night stand he'd had after a devastating breakup a few years ago. Returning to San Francisco and to 415 Ink, his family's tattoo shop, gave him the perfect shelter to battle his personal demons and get himself together... until the firefighter who'd broken him walked back into Gus's life. For Rey Montenegro, tattoo artist Gus Scott was an elusive brass ring, a glittering prize he hadn't the strength or flexibility to hold on to. Severing his relationship with the mercurial tattoo artist hurt, but Gus hadn't wanted the kind of domestic life Rey craved, leaving Rey with an aching chasm in his soul. When Gus's life and world starts to unravel, Rey helps him pick up the pieces, and Gus wonders if that forever Rey wants is more than just a dream.
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Added Title Maiden, or, The Rebel
Maiden
Rebel
Michael Erle
Dead shot
Caption Title John McCullough and Miss Annie Graham will appear in domestic Drama, Comedy & Farce!
ISBN 9781640803848 (electronic bk.)
164080384X (electronic bk.)
Music No. MWT12005569

 
    
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