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Shades of Pink

Lola Pink Mysteries Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Wendy Tremont King
Series: Lola Pink Mysteries Series, Book 1
Length: 9 hrs and 25 mins
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One awkward billionaire. One failed psychic. 

A tale as old as time....

Lola Pink: He schedules everything. And I mean everything. 

I had no idea what I was getting myself into when I took this job. I thought it would be simple - pretend to be Mr. Dane Clark's personal assistant, find the missing blueprints, and get out of the Clark Castle for good. But, somehow this socially awkward, tech-genius billionaire has wormed his way into my heart. And even if we survive this mess, I'm not sure I want to leave. 

Dane Clark: How do I put this? She's...pink. 

So very pink. Bright and sunny and peppy. I mean, she has at least 104 pairs of sunglasses. Why? I've never seen a woman wear so many sunglasses before: red, pink, blue, green, glitter-encrusted. I don't understand it. 

As for her organizational skills? Abysmal. Her attention to detail? Non-existent. Her ability to frustrate me to no end? Spot on. I never should have hired her. Lola Pink does not fit into my schedule. Nevertheless, she whirled into my life anyway; and she changed everything. Now I'm stuck trying to keep my company afloat and the two of us alive, while Lola turns my life all shades of pink.

©2017 Gina LaManna (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Dawn
  • 22-03-2019

Another good series

Gina LaManna has crafted another wonderful series. Lola Pink is a character that easily seems more like a friend than a fictional character. Kudos to Gina LaManna for dreaming up another original storyline.

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  • BikeVON
  • 14-07-2019

A cozy romance and mystery

This is a funny whimsical story of mystery and romance. Lola Pink is 28-years old, smart and independent. Her grandmother, Dotty Pink, passed. Lola must decide can she financially pursue the dream Dotty and she shared. Into her shop walks billionaire Dane Clark. He offers an opportunity to save her dream. The problem is that she has never solved a case of corporate espionage. She has one week to solve the mystery and she will make enough money to follow her dream. Dane is smart, logical, a technological genius, and peculiar. His world is black or white, legal or not. The emotions, feelings and nuances of people are not familiar to him. Lola and her friends, Baba, and Annalise grew up in the city of Sunshine Shore near the carousel, ferries wheel and boardwalk. The top of the water tower has been their club house location since second grade. The city hosts an assortment of quirky characters: Bernie Poppers the boardwalk janitor, whose reading bench is directly under the girls’ club house, Darrel from Dungeons and donuts who keeps the girls high on sugar, and Mrs. Fredricks who always has a batch of cookies ready for them. This was a refreshing story for me. I hope you enjoy it.

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  • Sophia Handers
  • 01-03-2020

Fun story. . Covers all the bases.

Best story I’ve read in this genre. Characters aren’t acting like adolescents and Lola is not a whining self absorbed feminist . The swimming pool scene is hilarious .