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Don't Call Me Charlie-bookcover

By: Amy Raine

Don't Call Me Charlie

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Charlie, a young and struggling waitress, supports her alcoholic mother in working-class Liverpool. Out of desperation, she turns to sex work to make ends meet. A chance encounter with a wealthy hotelier sparks an intense romance crossing rigid social boundaries. Charlie dreams of equality in their relationship, but deep down doubts whether their passion can overcome the vast differences in their backgrounds. Yet she finds herself irresistibly drawn to her enigmatic lover as they navigate the conflicts between their contrasting worlds.

Amy Raine

Amy was born into the final days of the swinging 60s in Liverpool, and the influence the music and drama of the city had on her has never left. The first evidence of this came in managing a store, deep into the commercial flood of DVDs in the 80s, before taking on graphic design work in a digital studio producing retail catalogues. During these formative years, her desire for creative activity grew and eventually Amy turned to writing. This is her debut novel, with at least four more to follow.

James Collingworth

James spent many years teaching and researching in the Oxford Medical School, then in commerce, published many books and reports, but now focuses on penning novels, of which several are in the pipeline.

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