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Publisher's Summary

His nickname is Georgie Porgie, and the last thing he wants to do is kiss the girls and make them cry - yet he does, in Captain Save a Hoe. We meet a young man with big dreams from the City of Brotherly Love who escapes Philly following a potential prison sentence to live in New York City and pursue his dreams of being a famous hairdresser. And fame finds him, flaws and all.
Georgie becomes the best of the best, hairstyling everyone from his transgender uncle to A-list Hollywood stars. But all isn't right in the world of Georgie. Money and drugs become his obsession, punctuated by his unending love of women and wanting to save them from themselves. There is one in particular, a prostitute named Anya, for whom he searches his entire life. But who can save Georgie? In this novel, we learn how far love can take you - through insanity, intoxication, and intense intimacy.
©2017 iiKane (P)2017 Buck 50 Productions, LLC, and Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Santana on 07-10-18

Okay...

This audiobook was not unabridged. I don't get the point of all of the changes. Anyway, she is good at doing the different voices for the characters, but she breaks too long between sentences. Also, in the audiobook she mentions iTunes, iTunes and beepers didn't exist in the same time period, right? I believe this book is set in the '80s and '90s. Finally, I think she is a decent storyteller. Her story was interesting.

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