A Haitian-American student living in the City of Montreal, Quebec, finds himself attracted to a tall and curvy, blonde and big-bottomed Quebecoise after getting dumped by his bossy black girlfriend.... More > Will his family accept his new love ? Can he accept it himself ?< Less
A Boston-born, Haitian-American student living in the City of Montreal, Province of Quebec, finds himself attracted to a tall and curvy, stunning and big-bottomed French-Canadian after getting dumped... More > for a white guy by his bossy black girlfriend. The French-Canadian girl' family is open-minded but not his. They're somewhat Afro-centric and quite proud. Will his family learn to accept his new lady love even though she's white ? Can he accept the realities of his new relationship ?< Less
William Merriam Rouse (1884-1937) was a prolific freelance author in the heyday of the pulp magazine era. In his brief life he wrote hundreds of short stories, novelettes, serials of adventure,... More > mystery, comedy, detective, romance and horror as well as his favorite colonial and Quebec stories for various pulp and slick magazines.
Among Bill Rouse’s manuscripts, unpublished at his death, were many blood and thunder French-Canadian stories. Residing for some time in Quebec, he grew familiar with the lifestyle and earthy language of a bucheron or woodsman chopper. He observed the turn of the century lives of the French Canadians; mansions and dungeons, gallant horses pulling sleds or traineaus on snowy streets, hand to hand battles with knives and guns, often on snowshoes, always with suspense, mystery and usually a beautiful girl, all found in his spellbinding “Tales of Old Québec.”
Included are copies of letters he received from the famous editors of the pulp magazines of his day.< Less