The Black Dress & The Red Dress Two Twisted Tales

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Two dark tales of passion, each involving a dress of a different color; one representing sin and the other a controlling lust. At the heart of each story is a woman who has in one way or another become a victim of a man she chose to love. And each one chooses a different way of dealing with these unfortunate circumstances.
*Not for the faint of heart.* More

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Published: Jan. 13, 2012
Words: 1,790
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465869883
About Garden Summerland

Garden Summerland is a romance, horror, psychological thriller, crime & mystery novelist. She also enjoys writing short stories, screenplays, lyrics, poetry and flash fiction. She collects gargoyles, loves elves and Ireland and when she isn't writing, she enjoys reading and online research.

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Review by: Bernyce Calderone on Feb. 15, 2012 : star star star star star
The Black Dress and The Red Dress
Two Twisted tales
By Garden Summerland

So I was looking for a short read something that was worth me reading.
When I went on facebook and saw Garden's posting about her book so i went and grabbed it.
It is about 2 women who are abused but in different ways.How they handle it differently.
What I like is its all so true about how woman handle abuse.
I would give it a 5 outta 5
A great short read and makes you really thing about how many women are going through this as your reading the book.
I will read more of her work she is a great writer it was well written.
I will tell all my friends about this book and all of her work.
(review of free book)

Review by: J.T. Lewis on Jan. 19, 2012 : star star star star star
Ever wonder what if?

What if...you stood up for yourself?
What if...you took it even a little farther?
Or, what if you didn't?

Garden Summerland has taken the reins of the emotional roller-coaster that is the human mind. Delving into the darkness that is within all of us, she weaves two intricate tales in this short book.

One explores submission to the norm, the other...rebellion.

This book is an excellent example of the type of stories that make her 'Flash Fiction Addiction' series so popular!

Does she have a demented mind, or is she just very in-tune with the range of emotions that make up the human condition?

That, my friend, is something you will have to decide for yourself...but if you want my opinion...
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Review by: Lee Landon on Jan. 15, 2012 : star star star star star
Definitely twisted tales but in a good way. The only complaint I have is that this book is too short, it left me wanting more and more. I am definitely a fan of this author.
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