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Born to Lust

Johnny Archer

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ISBN 10: 0975341308 / ISBN 13: 9780975341308
Published by Writersandpoets.com, LLC, 2004
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Title: Born to Lust

Publisher: Writersandpoets.com, LLC

Publication Date: 2004

Book Condition:Good

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I was a love child. Born out of wedlock to a mother who already had five too many children, too little money, and an exile husband who provided no support and left no forwarding address.

I grew up in a project on the south side of St. Petersburg, Florida. Times were hard for my mother as she did her best to support the children she loved so dearly. As the youngest of the six children, I put more emphasis on having fun rather than on the hard times. Being a love child, my good times usually involved playing with the girls.

The one advantage of living in the projects is the abundance of young honeys, and we all know that the best sex is in the ghetto.

I hop-scotched from one girl to the next trying to screw all that met my standard of good looking and fine. I didn't want a relationship, just raw sex—and I was willing to do or say anything to get the drawers.

About the Author:

Johnny Archer was born in St. Petersburg, Florida, on February 1, 1950—the youngest of six children in a family of four girls and two boys. He grew up in the projects of Jordan Park, which he credits for his will to survive. He graduated from Gibbs Senior High School in 1968, then attended Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University (FAMU) where, in 1972, he received a B.S. degree in mathematics.

He worked for Honeywell Aerospace, Inc. in St. Petersburg as a data base assistant. After 14 years of being in the industry with various companies, he decided he had had enough of the bureaucracy that at times was less than fair for black engineers.

In 1986, he started a construction company specializing in custom houses and small commercial projects. In 1996, he added a roofing company under the umbrella of his construction company; which today is a successful small business.

This is the author's first novel and one that he is very proud of since writing was his worst subject.

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