The Year Fashion Changed (Olivia Plymouth Series #3)

Olivia's life turns upside down as the fashion world returns to basics. She deals with ghosts in an overnight stay in a famous haunted house, mysterious flights, a Malaysian psychic, and life in Paris as she tries to find her way in a topsy-turvy world. This includes a reunion with the "fashion freedom organization" FIT. Will she be able to keep up with all of the changes and activities? More

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About Hallett German

Hallett German is a fiction and technical subject author on various aspects of IT. His works of fiction cross multiple genres including children, young adult, dysfunctional corporate mysteries/fantasies, historical fiction, and steampunk. His books offer a unique and original ride into other worlds and lives.

About the Series: Olivia Plymouth
Olivia Plymouth is a young fashion consultant/entrepreneur that does a lot of international travel. Overconfident but a little lost, she manages to take on her assignments with much enthusiasm and good humor. As the story opens, she is making a unique dating video that perhaps gives too much information about her tastes (favorite singer -- from Mauritius, favorite drink -- cocoa, favorite handbags -- large and much more). The reader is taken into a delightful flashback where we see Olivia running her fashion show in the Bahamas and the aftermath. As she recovers from the demands of the runway, she meets a season traveler that shares with her the dynamic philosophies of Joyous Travel and Choosing the ‘Wrong' Suitcase. She also receives predictions of her future which sets the circumstances of the first book where she solves another family’s mystery and creates an innovative fashion show in Northeast Brazil.

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