Island Dollar Connection: A Three Part Book Adlynn Flaharty

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Island Dollar Connection: A Three Part Book  by  Adlynn Flaharty

Island Dollar Connection: A Three Part Book by Adlynn Flaharty
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Island Dollar Connection is a three part novel featuring three young ladies.HavenMen spell trouble and she wants no more of that, thank you. A former pole dancer who had to fend for herself in New Jersey, twenty-two year old Haven Dahl has ended upMoreIsland Dollar Connection is a three part novel featuring three young ladies.HavenMen spell trouble and she wants no more of that, thank you.

A former pole dancer who had to fend for herself in New Jersey, twenty-two year old Haven Dahl has ended up in the Bahamas, working in a dollar store. She finds paradise lonely and isolating, and hopes to work her way off the island to a better life. When Cody Burke walks into the store, however, her life changes overnight.

Hes gorgeous and unusual, a shy geek with skin as white as the sand at Xanadu Beach.Haven is smitten with him and his crew of fun-loving friends and siblings, who have arrived on the island in a ludicrously luxurious yacht called Ludicrous. She gets drawn deeper into the pirate adventure the group has embarked on, which takes her off the island and into a whole new world. One shes not sure she wants for herself.Haven is a sweetly romantic, darkly humorous , and suspenseful story, the first part about the island dollar girls.

These girls are postmodern, they know how to lock and load, but they are not sure how to love. Haven Dahl is sure she wants to make a good life for herself, a straight life. Then love shows up and the path ahead turns into a winding, dangerous route out to the horizon—and beyond.FatimaA single mother of two babies with a low-wage job in a dollar store, Fatima Gireaux struggles to make ends meet in the Bahamas.

When her former coworker calls to offer her a management job at a new dollar store in Puerto Rico, Fatima jumps at the chance to change her life. She moves in with Haven, her boyfriend and their friends, a welcoming household who help with child care. The job pays well, and Old San Juan is a tropical paradise. Fatima believes her luck has changed.Then she meets an attractive stranger. A man who turns her life upside down. After he seduces her, Fatima is drawn into a world of mystery, dark crime, and danger.

Why is this stranger blackmailing her? What does he want with her housemates? And are her children at risk?Fortunately, she has a new man on her side. Antoine Mersault is sweet, honest, and a good friend. He seems willing to help her defend her honor and protect her family. And he may offer her a real opportunity to change her luck.Fatima is the second part in Island Dollar Connection, a romantic suspense novel about young women with bad jobs and bad lives trying to find love with a good man.MauveA dropout and a poet, Maeve Burke lives in Florida and works at a dollar store.

The future looks blurry until coworker and wild girlfriend Bailey Jane invites her to a party in glitzy Palm Beach. When mysterious host Tucker Locke shows Maeve a way out of her wage slave malaise, shes game. But her hearts not in it. Instead, she finds herself attracted to the hot young valet. Hes poor like her, a millennial loser. And thats what she wants to leave behind, along with her dollar store job.Maeve is a darkly humorous and suspenseful story, the third part of the novel and at the same time a prequel about the dollar store girls.

These girls are postmodern, they know how to lock and load, but they are not sure how to love. Maeve Burke may be confused about right and wrong, but shes a poet and her dark words ring true. Sometimes it takes the right guy to show a girl a brighter future.



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