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Switching Tracks Series Yearbook by Delia Steele

Trailer Park Princess and New Release Hgh Class Harlot
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In celebration of tomorrow’s release of High Class Harlot Switching Tracks Series Book 2 we’ve published the Switching Track Series Yearbook! You can catch up with Rory, Mando, Rome, Toby, Clay, Chico, Ashley and the gang. Don’t forget to start with Trailer Park Princess Switching Tracks Series Book 1 for the FULL Switching Tracks experience!

Aurora (Rory) Wilde- Most Successful
-I’m young but I know what I want in life, it’s to be happy. It’s that simple. I just want a place to fit in and be accepted. I’m young, smart, strong minded, and considerate. The only thing I am lacking in this world is a real family to call my own

Amandolette (Mando) Riaz- Best Fashion
-What’s there to want out of life? I have everything I could ask for, some shit I don’t, but hey its whatever. I look good, I feel good, so it’s all good, I guess. So get out of my face with this review, before I stick that pen up your (censored for yearbook purposes).

Rome Tate-Most Popular
-Technically, I was in high school years before the rest of my bunch, but back then, I didn’t have time to worry about books and grades or the future. I was all about motorcycles and music, fast cars and faster chicks. Wish I had known then, what I know now. Maybe, I would’ve been prepared, for the path I was destined to follow. Never had any trouble making friends, not in school and certainly not now. I like where I’ve ended up though, so I can’t complain.

Toby West- Most Athletic
-One thing on my mind, being accepted into college, getting away from this hick town, and its close-minded population. I have to get away from my overbearing mother, and make a name for myself. I have big plans for my life and being stuck here isn’t one of them. I’ve worked hard and played harder, I’ll get what I deserve in the end.

Clay King- Most Hospitable
-I’m a nice guy, the one who you can come to when you need to talk and the referee with my friends. I play the middle guy. I’m laid back and people seem to like that. I don’t need much in life to be happy and that’s how I like it. I don’t want people knowing the truth about my family or, where I come from. It’s the past and though I understand we have to remember, I’d rather forget. I’m the nice guy here, not that guy whose sister stained their families name.

Chico- Most Likely to End Up in Jail
- Why do you need my last name? It aint’cha business. Get out of my face. Leave me alone! Don’t come to me unless you looking to score somethin’. f*ckin’ people always in my business. Y’all mugs need a life.

Ashley- Drama Queen
-People assume I bring drama with me all the time, it's not true. I just don't hide things like other people. If I want something, I go after it. I take it. It's who I am. Like me or love me, I don't care. No matter what, you're always thinking about me.

Trailer Park Princess:
Rory used to count down the days until she could leave, but now with a younger brother in tow, it would be hard. She could never leave him. Rory is trapped in the Trailer Park like a princess in her tower, with her mother playing the big bad, drunken, fire-breathing dragon. The dream of her knight coming to save her faded away about the same time her goals changed. Feeling useless, and angry Rory starts her new school and gets trampled by none other than the Monroe Falls Golden Boy, Tobias West. She finds herself seeing him as the knight she dreamed of; though, she believes it to be just that, a dream. Tobias (Toby) is Mr. Popular/ Mr. Perfect/ Mr. Money-in-the-bank. He is too high on the social ladder to step down to her level. Or is he? Toby is smitten with Rory. Toby’s ex, Ashley, refuses to lose out to trailer park trash, and Rory finds herself the fuel to Ashley’s newfound hate. On top of Monroe Falls High School drama, Rory still has to deal with her drunken mother and needy brother. She doesn’t have time for childish games. Reality hits Rory hard when her mother brings home a ticking time bomb for a bed mate and the need for that shiny knight becomes real. Rome appears like she conjured him out of thin air with magical powers, and instantly becomes her best friend. He seems to always be around when she needs someone to talk to and seems to always know just how to fix it. (Did I mention he is drop dead beautiful?) Two knights in shining armor? Nope!! That doesn’t happen. Not in fairy tales, and definitely not in real life. Rory finds herself realizing there is a thin line between relationships and friendships, lines that are starting to blur. With Toby getting ready to leave for college, Ashley’s nonstop meanness, and Rome showing up, can Rory handle the pressure? Her old friend reality takes another whack at her, causing her dread and despair to take over. Rory is questioning herself, and it's wreaking havoc on the strong girl she’s always considered herself to be. Have her poor choices doomed her to life in the trailer park, or will she be able to exceed even her own expectations? Will she ever realize she is truly a princess worthy of getting her prince? Or will she simply survive? How does Rory’s story end?

This book is suited best for readers over the age of 17 due to sexual content and some language, as well as a few different types of abuse that are rarely talked about: Verbal, Mental, and to some extent, Sexual and Physical

Trailer Park Princess:

High Class Harlot (Releases Tomorrow!):
People spend their whole lives being condescending cockstars. Assuming they know something when they don’t. Assuming they know who someone is when they have no idea. Assuming that, because they can see something, they understand it. Let me tell you right now, STOP ASSUMING! Until you walk a day in someone’s gold-studded hooker heels, you do not know them or their story. Do not assume your struggle is worse simply because it’s yours. Do not assume they are ok just because they look to be so. And do not assume you are a better person simply because someone chooses to sin differently than you.
My family has money. We buy what we want without fear of being destitute, and we will never worry about having food or any other necessities. My struggle in life is not with the money, but where it comes from. My father’s secret is carrying a hefty price tag that I can no longer afford. My soul is priceless, and he is stripping it away from me. My world isn’t all rainbows, sparkle, and diamonds falling from my exit hole like Rory’s story portrayed. For every high, there is a low, and the higher you go, the further you have to fall.
I have the best things in life, except for life itself. Everyone I love has moved away; my passion to exist has deflated; my job is a joke; but more than anything, I hate who I am allowing myself to become. Is there anyone strong enough to hold my hand on this road to self-preservation, or am I to travel it alone?
If you start my story, please find it in yourself to finish it before you judge me. Don’t assume you can know where I am headed without seeing where I have already been. I am Amandolette Riaz, and I am a glitzed-up glitch in today’s delicate world.

This book is suited best for readers over the age of 17 due to sexual content and some language, as well as a few different types of abuse that are rarely talked about: Verbal, Mental, and to some extent, Sexual and Physical
High Class Harlot:

About Delia Steele:
I am a full 30 years young. I have 2 raging, wild children who run me up the wall but I wouldn't trade them for anything, except maybe a sparkling pony! I am married to my bestest ever friend and he tends to put up with me fairly well, we all know that isn't easy. I love you Rob =] I write because... well I always have, just never finished it like everything else in my life. I may have a.d.d. (I should get tested) I tend to get bored and move on. But this centers me! Monday-Friday I work a fulltime job at a collection agency (no I have never called you, I don't do that part) and I adore the dummies I work with, most of the time. Born and raised in "The SIP" (Mississippi) all my life, except the year I decided to nomad it in Destin Beach Fl. However, I do not claim to be country. I hate things that bite, crawl, and stick you when they grow. (wait that came out wrong) grrrr... Whatever moving on... I am half American half Mexican (totally legal, I was born here remember)but my skin is as brown as brown can be =] ok I want to move on my undiagnosed A.d.d. is kicking in!

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