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Annalisa's Highway Blues

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Annalisa Rochon is pretty but humble, with traditional family values and a naughty streak. Life as an interstate truck driver is full of danger, hard work and loneliness, but she has to do it for six months to help her parents (who think she’s a flight attendant) through a financial crisis. She really doesn’t need a guy like Mike Cindik (cute, rich, kind of nice and comple ...more
Paperback, 154 pages
Published April 4th 2012 by CreateSpace (first published March 12th 2011)
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Jane Stewart
Enjoyable relationship development in a truck driving setting. I wanted it longer with more depth.

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Everyone thought prom queen Annalisa would marry high school football star Val. But she dumped him. (I’m not sure why.) He still loves her, but he also enjoys the attentions of other women. He is now a college football star. Annalisa was going to a school for flight attendants but quit. (I’m not sure why – something to do with loneliness - or thought there was more money in truck driving
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Apr 14, 2013 Axle Black rated it really liked it

'Annalisa's Highway Blues'is a clean and well-written read with an engaging story line. An attractive Louisiana Cajun girl, motivated by love for her sick father, gives her all to help save her family from ruin. She takes on a task that few men can handle in order to earn the kind of money they needed. Using fearless determination she not only earns the necessary money, but more! Annalisa's 'highway blues' gradually dissipate, maturing into marital bliss and financial security for her family. I
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My writing career included several years in the newspaper business as a reporter, copy editor and managing editor and five years as a freelance copywriter. While trying to make a living in the traditional sense, I managed to do a lot of writing in my spare time--work I wanted to do, things I wanted to write, things I never got paid for.

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