In the middle of it all were five best friends known as "squares," who attended high school by day, and received a far different education by night. The girls road in Cadillacs, drank in bars and explored their sexual awareness. They made a pact to just have fun and enjoy the rest. Their fun was innocent, the culture wasn't. Their values are tested. Consequences arise, and prices must inevitably be paid.
"They were campaigning to get elected, with no shame their game"
"This slice of American History is fascinating. It's the Black experience of the 60's we didn't see on Mad Men. And its the music and party scene that proceeded Rap."
Bonita (Bonnie) McIlvaine grew up in Boston, the daughter of a nightclub owner and Broadway dancer. She worked in both State and City Government prior to becoming a business owner. In this, her breakout memoir, gives a look at Boston's nightlife in the 60s, experienced by five best friends coming of age. The former business owner is currently working on a self empowerment guide for young adults....
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Paperback: 240 Pages
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