Hotel Girls by Nicole O’Connor

Set in Rhodesia 1976, this coming-of-age story delivers twisted romantic adventure. Overnight, sixteen-year-old Sandra Robertson finds herself alone in a hostile land where her education is terminated. Friends rally and send her to live with her grandmother. A true survivor with ambition, Sandy has little experience but manages to secure work. Hotel employment not only provides food and accommodation, but it also happens to provide education of a different sort.

Sandy’s head spins from chivalry to curtness and from bedlam to bedrooms in a series of dodgy encounters. Other messed-up women try to intervene but to no avail. Only one person can save her, but will he try?

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Paperback: 178 pages
Product Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches

Reviews

Congratulations!!!
Your book kept me up on Saturday night 
I downloaded it from Amazon at 10pm and read it straight through till 2.30am.Sandy’s story had me hooked from the beginning and, I felt compelled to keep reading to see how she would fare.
T.P. – Southland, NZ

Hello! O wow! Hotel Girls…had me saddened and then laughing out aloud at your manly encounters!! It was very easy reading…..I read it in 2 sittings….had to know what was going to happen next!
D.S. – KwaZulu-Natal, ZA.

Oh, wow! I haven’t read a book in years. Usually I only read magazines. But yours kept me awake. I thoroughly enjoyed it. It was easy to get into and easy to read. I can’t wait to read more! K.M. Gore, NZ.

Fascinating story about growing up in Africa during violent times and living in South Africa, where a teen learned about life from first hand, often harsh, experience. Some of it is frightening, some is amusing, and some an adventure you won’t want to miss. Phyllis (Naperville, Illinois USA)

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