Kelly's Quest by Buddy Ebsen

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To learn more about Buddy Ebsen's music, please go to:'s Quest is a character driven love story. It is a book about a beautiful, forthright, standup young woman and her rebellion. It is about the qualities of human nature, such as ambition, greed, corruption, personal values, sexuality, loss of scruples, and the dilemma of combining the need for love and personal success. Kelly, a beautiful, disillusioned girl working in a man's job, flees Hollywood after her quick temper has cost her a job as a stagehand, as well as her relationship with her father. After being clobbered because she dares to stand up for herself in a man's world, Kelly goes in search of a man that will make her feel like a woman, her Mr. Right. Her path is strewn with obstacles and uncertainties There is in Kelly's life, a list of men with whom, in some manner, she became involved. Father Hennesy, her minister, Noel DeLacey, sensitive young film maker, Jerry, the millionaire who mistook her for a hooker, Jack Slade, a bad guy, and finally Gary Hunnicutt, a young Montana cowboy, who qualifies in every way as her Mr. Right. If she can steal him from Billie Jean, the seductive young Texas rodeo queen?

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Published January 1, 2000 by Bloomington, IN, U.S.A.: 1stBooks Library, 2000.
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships. Fiction

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Following eight decades in show business and open heart surgery in 1998, 93-year-old Ebsen (The Other Side of Oz), best known for his TV role as Jed Clampett on

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