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.
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.