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The Empress Rose

The Empress Rose Which is worse being a victim or being a bitch This is a question Rose Voss has been asking herself since her husband died leaving her with a storm wrecked house four kids to raise and an alcoholic

  • Title: The Empress Rose
  • Author: Chris Eastvedt
  • ISBN: 9781608448203
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Paperback
  • Which is worse being a victim or being a bitch This is a question Rose Voss has been asking herself since her husband died, leaving her with a storm wrecked house, four kids to raise, and an alcoholic brother in law living in a trailer in her backyard Being a single working mom is never easy, but it s downright painful in Luscious, Missouri, where cattiness is a local pWhich is worse being a victim or being a bitch This is a question Rose Voss has been asking herself since her husband died, leaving her with a storm wrecked house, four kids to raise, and an alcoholic brother in law living in a trailer in her backyard Being a single working mom is never easy, but it s downright painful in Luscious, Missouri, where cattiness is a local pastime For years, the neighbors have been watching and judging Rose s every move, and giving her a failing grade at every turn In their minds, her son is a terrorist in training, her hydroponics farm is really a front for a large scale marijuana operation even walking from the car to the grocer s is bound to throw someone s nose out of joint Whatever it takes to be popular here, Rose just doesn t have it Things begin to change when a GoBuy superstore moves in and starts killing off the competition Families are leaving, stores are closing, and time is running out Luscious is desperate, and survival depends on recruiting help from the most successful business owner in town Rose Voss Now Rose has a decision to make forgive past wrongs and work with her neighbors to rebuild the community, or leave everyone to reap what they ve sown while she savors the sweet taste of revenge What would you do What readers are saying about The Empress Rose Rose is a great character who learns from her mistakes and seeks to right them for the sake of her children She gives hope to single working mothers who have to bear the burden and joys of raising a family while making ends meet The Empress Rose has a strong cast of characters who show great development to the end Michelle Saxton, Petersburg, FL The Empress Rose immediately caught my attention, and I was intrigued to learn I loved the idea of of one woman taking a dream and working hard to make a life after tragedy Inspiring and encouraging Tara Schaneville, Estero, FL Eastvedt writes with clarity, and she keeps the reader s interest The story moves quickly with unpredictability and charm Millie Hinkle, Upland, CA Visit the author online at ChrisEastvedt.

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    1 thought on “The Empress Rose

    1. Two things that impressed me about this book was: it was an easy read and the central character is a strong woman.It is touching to see how Rose overcomes her husband's death and loss of her farm to provide for her children and protect them. She turns out to become quite a 'farmer' and businesswoman which displeases her community. The ending though was a little sad for men't want to say anything more about it!Any negative feeling towards the book would be that there is sort of a disconnection be [...]

    2. This wasn’t at all what I was expecting, neither from the title nor the cover. It isn’t about aristocracy nor is it a children’s story; instead I was pleasantly surprised to find a story about Rose, a single Mum doing the best to bring up her kids whilst trying to set up a hydroponics business. Following the death of her husband, she also has her brother-in-law living in a trailer in her yard.Most readers will relate to Rose and the difficulties she faces as you are sucked into her life an [...]

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