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This is your song, Lola Rose

Author: Donna Hay
Publisher: [Bath] : Windsor/Paragon, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Large print book : English : Large print edView all editions and formats
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"Lola Rose Lambert's life changes on the day of her father's funeral. She isn't sorry that Eddie Lambert is dead. He was a bully who made her life a misery. But after the funeral she discovers why he treated her so coldly - he wasn't her father at all. Lola Rose was the result of a backstage fling between her musician mother and Rick Wild, guitarist with the rock group Poleaxe. Not only is her father very much alive  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Large type books
Humorous stories
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donna Hay
ISBN: 9781408414491 140841449X 9781408414507 1408414503
OCLC Number: 871281054
Notes: Originally published: London: Orion, 2008.
Description: ix, 376 pages (large print) ; 25 cm
Responsibility: Donna Hay.

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"Lola Rose Lambert's life changes on the day of her father's funeral. She isn't sorry that Eddie Lambert is dead. He was a bully who made her life a misery. But after the funeral she discovers why he treated her so coldly - he wasn't her father at all. Lola Rose was the result of a backstage fling between her musician mother and Rick Wild, guitarist with the rock group Poleaxe. Not only is her father very much alive - he's a big-haired, leather-wearing rock god. Deep down Lola is excited by the idea of having a family out there, and a father who might love her in the way Eddie never did. Her expectations are dashed when she gets to meet her long-lost dad, and learns he's a typical rock star - adored, indulged and vain. And then there's his family, a bunch of people so dysfunctional they make the Borgias look lovable. The arrival of Lola in their midst could be the making of them - or the death of her!"--Publisher description.

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