Rosie's Curl And Weave

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Macmillan, Feb 15, 1999 - Fiction - 311 pages
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ROSIE'S CURL AND WEAVE: Four Novellas

STEP INSIDE FOR A DAY OF BEAUTY, LAUGHTER...AND LOVE.

Whether you want a cut, weave or braid; a facial, manicure, or massage; there's always a helping hand-and a sympathetic ear-at Rosie's Curl and Weave on 125th Street in Harlem. And sometimes, when you least expect it, love walks in the door. So sit back, relax, put your feet up, and enjoy, as four talented writers render four magical stories about the love of beauty and the beauty of love.

Rochelle Alers gets the sparks flying, as a high-maintenance banker finds herself falling, against her better judgement, for a handsome delivery man who walks into Rosie's...

Donna Hill puts the assistant manager of Rosie's in the path of a fine-looking contractor, whose hypnotic honey-brown eyes could be her undoing...

Felicia Mason helps the owner of Rosie's discover that you don't have to be young-just young at heart-to fall in love...

Francis Ray turns a timid, dowdy duckling into a confident, sexy swan-and sends her into the arms of a handsome artist-with the help of Rosie's Curl and Weave...

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About the author (1999)

Francis Ray was born in Texas on July 20, 1944. She graduated from Texas Woman's University. She wrote over 50 books during her lifetime including After the Dawn, The Turning Point, and All That I Need. Her novel Incognito was adapted into the first BET made-for-TV movie. She also wrote numerous series including Taggart/Falcon, The Graysons of New Mexico, Grayson Friends, and Invincible Women. She received numerous awards including the Romantic Times Career Achievement, The Golden Pen, EMMA, and The Atlantic Choice. In 2001, she established the Turning Point Legal Fund to assist victims of domestic violence. She died on July 2, 2013.

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