Passion Flowers by David Ritz

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Three generations of passionate and driven women--Georgia, Chanel, and Marika Harmony--struggle to achieve show business fame, personal fortune, and romantic satisfaction.

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DAVID RITZ, coauthor of Howling at the Moon, is the only four-time winner of the Ralph J. Gleason/Music Books Award for Best Music Book of the Year. He has written biographies of Marvin Gaye and jazz singer Jimmy Scott, and coauthored the autobiographies of Ray Charles, BB King, Aretha Franklin, and other entertainers. He lives in Los Angeles, California. NICOLA GOODE, born and raised in Los Angeles, received her B.F.A. in photography from Yale University. A member of the Society of Motion Picture Still Photographers, Nicola has worked on numerous feature films and documentaries. Her work has been published in magazines and books and has been exhibited in galleries around the world. When she is not elsewhere, she can be found in Los Angeles with her husband and two-year-old son, Dylan.
Published November 30, 1992 by Dutton Adult. 303 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Flushed with triumph, Georgia and Chanel confess the identities of their daughters' fathers to People magazine while the Harmonys' male admirers plan a movie starring Georgia and Marika--all of them content, it seems, just to be of service to the objects of their desire.

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Harnessing her drive, glamour and uncanny power over men, Georgia repeatedly maneuvers herself to the brink of acting fame, but the movie industry's unjust treatment of blacks is one reason why ``the big break'' always eludes her.

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