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Ladies with Options by Cynthia Hartwick

Ladies with Options

by Cynthia Hartwick

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First half of book was hard to get through. But her sense of humor kept me going. I think it's based on a true story of an investment club that gets rich. A love story of sorts is intertwined. I like the "one liners" and could definetely see this made into a movie. ( )
  camplakejewel | Oct 3, 2013 |
Okay, not great literature. Nonetheless, fun. ( )
  debnance | Jan 29, 2010 |
Kind of a cute little book...the opening reads:
If you picked up this book looking for one of those bikini-ripping sagas about jet-setting beauties....forget it,. Except for the gorgeous Heidi, whose smallest gesture had grown men biting their palms and howling at the moon, the Larksdale Ladies were mostly a bunch of decent, ordinary women of carious ages and middle-class backgrounds. On the other hand...."
  bookczuk | Dec 23, 2008 |
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Minnesota, 1983

The Mostly Methodist Club met Saturday morning year-round, but was at its best in autumn and winter, when it helped steel the ladies for the Sundays their men spent watching TV sports with eyes glazed like so many holiday hams…

The mostly-married, mostly-middle-aged members of the Mostly Methodist Club (Deborah Cohen made it “Mostly”) were used to swapping recipes, not stock tips. They’d taken few risks in their lives, and had even fewer adventures.

But when a pink-haired young rebel named Skye found her way into the group, things changed. The ladies had already begun looking into investment opportunities, after realizing that their retirement earnings would barely keep them in Burpee seeds and baking powder. But it was Skye who tipped them off to a struggling new company that might be worth sinking a few dollars into. A company that was developing some interesting new technology. A company run by a man named Bill Gates…

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The ladies of the Mostly Methodist Club were used to swapping recipes, not stock tips. So in 1983, a young rebel finds her way into the group and shows them how to have fun, as well as telling them about a new computer company founded by a man named Bill Gates.… (more)

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