Season of Dreams
by D. J. Herda
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Anticipated at 90,000
When Denise Hoda leaves the Midwest for the glamour and excitement of
Miami Beach, she has no idea of just how much she’s destined to find—or
how close it would come to costing her her life.
Denise finishes high school and flies down to Miami Beach for a break.
When she fails to return, her mother suspects foul play. But for Denise,
her play is anything but foul as she finds herself mistaken for a
glamorous model and hobnobbing with Miami society. When she auditions for
a bit part in a local movie financed by the mob and wakes up a week later
with track marks on her arm and a guard outside her door, she knows she’s
not in Kansas anymore. Slowly she succumbs to indoctrination as a hooker
who quickly becomes a top-earning call girl and, eventually, a Hollywood
madam. Along the way, she learns that falling in love can be a dangerous
pastime when your boyfriend just happens to be the connected murderer of
your own sister.
D. J. Herda
is one of the most widely published authors, writers, screenwriters,
playwrights, and journalists in the world. His more than 80
conventionally published books and several hundred thousand shorter works
over a two-decade span attest to his extraordinarily prolific output.