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A.C. Henley
A.C. Henley
A.C. Henley: A.C. has passed but her work as an author and the love that she had for those she cherished in her life lives on. Bridgette (A.C.) loved to read and discuss works with other authors into the wee hours of the morning. Her greatest passion was being an Artisan baker and worked at the Paris Bakery in Paris, Texas. She also liked photography and had a great eye as to what was the best picture to shoot. She was greatly loved by her family and friends and is greatly missed. Although A. C. is no longer with us, her written words are still available.


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Warning:  Lesbians, sex, and angry bulls.

This was A.C. Henley’s entry to the .Academy of the Bards Challenge #19, it had to be written within the rules of the challenge. There was a list of possible personal ads to choose from the story had to be written around the ad. The ad she chose is represented in the bold type at the beginning of the story.

This story went on to be number one in the top twenty-five on the Athenaeum. A. C. was in the Academy Hall in 2009 for McKee and then again in 2010 garnered the same award for Miss Match. Her talent and generosity of sharing that talent is sorely missed.

We’ve endeavored to keep the story as close to the original as possible. Enjoy.

To read chapter 1, click here. 

  • New  14,887 words , 39 pages.
  • Subject:Romance

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Published: 2013

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