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The Girl with Red Hair By Jack Swenson
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This book is lucky thirteen of my new series. Flash and micro fiction at its finest. Try a single book (at fifteen bucks it's cheap); you'll order more. Quirky, wise, hilarious; these stories are... More > full of punch and vinegar. Have fun!< Less
I Hate My Hair By Sharon Dunn
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When I was a little girl, I hated my hair and I wanted straight hair like my friend. This is a story for all little girls who hate their hair. When we are young, we do not always appreciate what we... More > have, but as we get older, we learn to accept what we have as part of who we are as an individual. So here’s to all the curly-topped redheads of the world, be who you are! - Sharon Dunn< Less
Red Hawaii By Brandy Golden
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When Kelo O'Holloran's stepfather puts handsome and bossy Nick Gorman in her coveted spot as a cliff diver instructor, the young girl sees red. Famous for her volatile temper, will Kelo learn to... More > control it when Nick decides to take her in hand? What secrets does her mind have behind lock and key that contribute to her loss of control and will a trip over his knee really change her? A man used to being in control, Nick Gorman falls instantly in love with the tiny dark-haired diver and decides he must have her for his own, but will a dangerous shadow from the past take her away from him before their love is ever fulfilled? This exciting and fast paced love story is bound to become a favorite that readers will return to again and again, taking Kelo and Nick into their very heart and soul. This book is also published on Lulu.com with a different publisher and book cover. For adults only. NOTE: The cover image, left, is a distorted version mandated by Lulu.com. The actual book cover is attractive and clear.< Less
Red Hawaii By Brandy Golden
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When Kelo O'Holloran's stepfather puts handsome and bossy Nick Gorman in her coveted spot as a cliff diver instructor, the young girl sees red. Famous for her volatile temper, will Kelo learn to... More > control it when Nick decides to take her in hand? What secrets does her mind have behind lock and key that contribute to her loss of control and will a trip over his knee really change her? A man used to being in control, Nick Gorman falls instantly in love with the tiny dark-haired diver and decides he must have her for his own, but will a dangerous shadow from the past take her away from him before their love is ever fulfilled? This exciting and fast paced love story is bound to become a favorite that readers will return to again and again, taking Kelo and Nick into their very heart and soul. This book is also published on Lulu.com with a different publisher and book cover. For adults only. NOTE: The cover image, left, is a distorted version mandated by Lulu.com. The actual book cover is attractive and clear.< Less
The Girl on the Boat By Pelham Grenville Wodehouse
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The Girl on the Boat is a novel by P. G. Wodehouse. First appeared as a serial under the title Three Men and a Maid, from October to December 1921. It was first published as a book in the U.S. in... More > 1922 by George H. Doran, NY, and as The Girl on the Boat in the UK by Herbert Jenkins, London, on June 15, 1922. The maid of the title is red-haired, dog-loving Wilhelmina "Billie" Bennet, and the three men are Bream Mortimer, a long-time friend and admirer of Billie, Eustace Hignett, a lily-livered poet who is engaged to Billie at the opening of the tale, and Sam Marlowe, Eustace's dashing cousin, who falls for Billie at first sight. All four find themselves on an ocean liner headed for England together, along with a capable young woman called Jane Hubbard who is smitten with Eustace, and typically Wodehousian romantic shenanigans ensue. Pelham Wodehouse (1881–1975) was an English humorist, whose body of work includes novels, short stories, plays, poems, song lyrics, and numerous pieces of journalism.< Less
Girls - Portraits Collection By Yulia Katkova
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"Girls" portraits by Yulia Katkova. This collection includes most of the portrait works from the beginning of Yulia's career up to now.
The Great Heart Bank Robbery By Red Jordan Arobateau
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The streets of New York City, 1962, Greenwich Village. We are introduced to Timmy: “a tall, good looking girl” who is cruising the gay section of the Village (before Stonewall) where the... More > gay kids assemble from: “All over Manhattan, the boroughs. They came over from Jersey, to hang out in the streets.” Timmy is a waitress, a butch sort. A confused 18 year old. A nice kid amid the good kids & street tramps -- We cry back and forth to each other; birds in some haven arrived to this migratory place. Some still in flight. Some undecided. Cry like kites. “Hello! Hello There!” Passing along, cruising. Then the scene is moved along by: “MISS MARY!” Cries, squeals of gay boys with peroxide hair, at the sight of ‘her’ blue uniform; “ALONG COMES MARY!” A gay memoir at its finest! You will love reading this historical book & all the adventures in it.< Less
The Great Heart Bank Robbery By Red Jordan Arobateau
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The streets of New York City, 1962, Greenwich Village. We are introduced to Timmy: “a tall, good looking girl” who is cruising the gay section of the Village (before Stonewall) where the... More > gay kids assemble from: “All over Manhattan, the boroughs. They came over from Jersey, to hang out in the streets.” Timmy is a waitress, a butch sort. A confused 18 year old. A nice kid amid the good kids & street tramps -- We cry back and forth to each other; birds in some haven arrived to this migratory place. Some still in flight. Some undecided. Cry like kites. “Hello! Hello There!” Passing along, cruising. Then the scene is moved along by: “MISS MARY!” Cries, squeals of gay boys with peroxide hair, at the sight of ‘her’ blue uniform; “ALONG COMES MARY!” A gay memoir at its finest! You will love reading this historical book & all the adventures in it.< Less
Clumsy Girl's Guide to Falling in Love, Book 1 of the Friendship Heirlooms Series By Karen Wiesner
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Nuggets of faith can be passed down as heirlooms from friend to friend, heart to heart, soul-mate to soul-mate. Zoë Rossdale is the clumsy girl who always has her elbows, feet, eyes, and... More > brass-red hair going in the wrong directions. After a lifetime of being evaluated critically—and found wanting—she’s trying to change…until she literally runs into the only man she’s ever gone loopy over. Curt Bertoletti has spent years trying to forget the seriously messed-up Zoë. Even as he vows that he won’t stray again, he can’t help remembering how well they fit together. At the end of the day, Zoë will always be Zoë—the clumsy girl with her dress tucked into her pantyhose, the girl whose idea of falling in love is to stand at the edge of the precipice, throw out her arms and confidently jump into a free-fall. Can they both live with that fact? Forever?< Less
Is There Anybody Here Who Knows My Name ? By Oliver Stack
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The mountain had always been there, Towering over the lives of those that dwelt in its shadow. People such as the Kelly's, Mattie and Meave and their adopted daughter.For them it was the best of... More > times.Unaware as they were that storm-clouds were gathering and about to unleash a lightning bolt that would rip the family apart and destroy their lives forever. Evil came, An unspeakable evil, destroying all they cherished while tearing apart the very fabric of their lives.This story was inspired by those who through no fault of their own were forced to suffer a catalogue of the vilest type of abuse. An abuse carried out under the stewardship of the Catholic Church with the collusion of self-serving government officials. It was an abuse perpetrated by those into whose care they'd bee entrusted. Fiction? Judge for yourself. It's so close to the truth, it just might be.< Less