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Jason Douglas was a mover, a shaker, and a star maker. He brought together seven girls whom he dubbed The Love Mechanism. The group was created to be world ambassadors of peace and harmony, wearing a universal smile and warming the world with love. It was all such a noble idea.

In What Price the Carrot? author Sandra Sully writes about an all girls singing group that tours Europe and has gigs in the United States during the seventies. Through the character of Cynthia Maxwell – a social worker by day and a singer by night the reader experiences the challenges of show business, the joys and the pains and the loves found and lost.

The group was truly unique! No one had seen anything like it! As they kicked the highest kicks and sang the most melodic tunes, each girl had her own dream of what she wanted this experience to bring. Curtains rose, cameras flashed, and there was the hope of fame and fortune, perhaps beyond measure––but at what cost?

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