In the beginning, Annette, who is obsessed with why golfers participate in the activities of strip bars on a golf trip to Myrtle Beach, SC, decides to do her own investigation on why a husband would come home with the smell of exotic perfume and make up on his golf shirt. She decides to work out her frustrations by getting a group of other housewives to go on a short vacation to experience what the life of a stripper is all about and why it has become the in thing to do with the majority of men who take a week every year to head for the Golf Capital of the World. These guys not only shoot for who plays the better golf but they follow up by hitting the strip clubs for the nightlife away from home fun and games that suck hundreds of dollar bills out of their pockets and give them the half-naked entertainment that goes along with it!
Anna Bella is a sequel to Naughty Nata written and published. It’s been ten years since the kidnapping of four women who started out so innocently investigating a group of golfers in the Golf Capital of the World, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to find out why they were so fascinated with strippers. This devastating and dangerous event changed their lives forever. The Russian underground has constantly solicited us with propaganda concerning families of those of us who have become sex slaves to the Russian Federation Militia. They used Cybercrime to detect the whereabouts of our loved ones and follow them throughout their everyday lives. Caught in the middle of the Civil War between the Ukrainians and Pro-Russian Forces, these women fight their way out of the Underground. Their treacherous and not to mention tortuous journey through the Carpathian Mountains, is led by their dear friend Tina and her helicopter pilot. Retaliation sets in as these women take part in the fighting for their freedom and to save themselves from these savages.
In writing this story about my father, whom I cared for in his last stages of Alzheimers, you will experience along with me, the many episodes of emotional and physical occurences that so affected all our lives. Caring for a family member was not only the hardest caregiver position I ever had but it was heart-wrenching and sometimes the ability to take care of myself, putting me at risk for anxiety, depression and issues with my own physical health.