Jean and Rosie Series
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    In Polyester Pajamas: Jean and Rosie Series, Volume 1 | Catherine Dougherty

    In Polyester Pajamas: Jean and Rosie Series, Volume 1

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 3 mins)
    • By Catherine Dougherty
    • Narrated By Carolyn Power
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    Jean and Rosie, opposites in every way, are dealing with different aspects of their lives when they find themselves working side-by-side in the same real estate company. Despite reluctance, they also find themselves teaming up for some new mid-life adventures filled with excitement, romance and plenty of drama. As they become better acquainted, a friendship begins to form. They laugh, cry, and even fight together.

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    in Woolen Bikinis | Catherine Dougherty

    in Woolen Bikinis

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 34 mins)
    • By Catherine Dougherty
    • Narrated By Carolyn Power
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    All women need their own simple pleasures. Jean and Rosie are involved in a new adventure together-one they're both excited about - and they'll introduce you to some interesting characters along the way.

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    In Leather Chaps: Jean and Rosie Series, Volume 3 | Catherine Dougherty

    In Leather Chaps: Jean and Rosie Series, Volume 3

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    • By Catherine Dougherty
    • Narrated By Carolyn Power
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    Jean can handle the upcoming divorce, the constant hot flashes, the unemployed son, even the boredom of working in retail. What she can't handle is what's been happening to her business partner and best friend, Rosie. Life has been tough on Rosie these past few months. Although trying to remain cheerful (as she always is), she's not doing so well and is feeling blue. And both Jean and Rosie are concerned about Mary. Mary has had a tough life so far.

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