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Novel Series on Amazon’s Vella now: Click pics to read the first three chapters (episodes) free.

To find Vella, go to Amazon, click on “Kindle Books.” (You don’t need a Kindle to read Vella books.) In the tab under “Kindle Books,” click on “Kindle Vella,” and type in “Dakota Orlando” in the search bar above. My 9 books should come up. OR … Click HERE!

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Albacron: The Heart of the One: If you think the election of a president can lead to the undermining of the greatest democracy on Earth, then you should see what the future could look like 700 years after the last President of the United States was elected. It’s George Orwell’s 1984 meets The Hunger Games, only without the games. It is a nightmarish scenario where history has culminated in seven centuries of wealth exploiting poverty! Well, what if poverty fights back?

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Yankee Tigress: Attorney-At-Law: In 1862, Samantha Lee apprentices to take the Maryland Bar exam to be the first female lawyer in the country. A staunch abolitionist from a plantation-owning family, her ambitions in jurisprudence are interrupted by the Civil War. She is torn between the decision to practice law and one of a more violent nature. This first novel in a series about women treading in areas of a society where men dared them to walk, is Roots meets To Kill a Mockingbird and “Me Too” meets “Black Lives Matter.”

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Orphan Princess: A Kingdom Falls:  A spoiled, blue-haired princess, overwhelmed by a family tragedy of the worst kind, must learn to grow up quickly. Destined to be the first Queen to rule any kingdom on her planet, there are some who will stop at nothing to prevent it from happening. With the help of those who have mastered the six natural powers of the universe, she seeks an internal strength in an attempt to reunite her kingdom in peace.

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The Code of Abubasi: Overly-shy, twelve-year-old Andralina visits her aunt and uncle for the summer and befriends an abused “Mountain” girl, Nevada Darling. Together they work at cracking Nevada’s coded letter left by her deceased mother hoping it will solve the mystery of what Nevada’s father is hiding in a cave. They unleash the father’s insane plan to revenge his wife’s death on the Colorado town. But Andralina has an edge, and she and Nevada launch a plan that might stop the crazed madman.

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Left With Her Memory: A sisterly bond is broken by the death of a mother and a new life with an unfamiliar stepfather. Two once-close teenage sisters attempt to adjust to their mother’s death five months after she remarries. One sister plows ahead determined to get along without her mother, while the other drowns in self-pity and crumbles over the dramatic changes in her life. Can they ever restore their sisterly bond, or are things changed forever? And what of the stepfather?

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To Serve the Female: On Tau Ceti’s second planet, life is very different for their humanity. Females are the dominant gender. Some in Altira’s space academy’s graduating class will take the first interstellar flight. However, a rival classmate steals her lover by choosing him to serve her. Now, Altira must endure the trip to the closest star with him constantly nearby yet unable to continue their romance. And she must choose another male to serve her, one she has no interest in whatsoever. Can life be this unfair?

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To Be a Gypsy: Twelve-year-old Sunita hates her Gypsy heritage and discovers that her widowed father will take her to Romania for the summer. She rebels, but spending the night with Gypsy relatives changes her mind. However, after she is thrown in jail and witnesses firsthand how other Romanians discriminate against Gypsies, she turns against her heritage again. Only her father, Gypsy cousins, and their village neighbors have a chance to change her mind again.

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Jet: The Fly-Away Girl: Opal, a young black girl who prefers to be called Jet, has lost all stability after her father kills her mother and threatens Opal into silence. After her father leaves for a time, she becomes destitute. Desperate for a friendly human face, she quits school and takes to the streets. She happens upon children’s author Mr. Matheson, a sixtyish, white widower, who she attempts to befriend.

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Eric Prinzul: Earth Princess: According to alien reports, all girls on Earth are Princesses; but not to sixth-grader Eric Prinzul. He thinks girls were put on Earth to be bullied. An alien substitute teacher witnesses his bad behavior toward his female classmates and turns him into a girl. The alien tells him that as soon as Eric feels comfortable with being a girl, he’ll change back. In the meantime, he must start over in a new school and, along the way, develop a healthy respect for girls, or else stay one for all time!

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