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Dirty Laundry is a memoir written as conversational novellas to the four men who came into Janet Jaymes’ life. Whenever we start a relationship, we talk about our past, our myriad thoughts, desires and dreams. Through such conversations, Janet Jaymes’ describes her life as if each novella is an emotional panel that sewn together becomes a colorful quilt written in the bold colors Janet Jaymes used to paint as a young artist. Dirty Laundry is about a woman who, for years, always seemed to walk into the strangest situations and unconventional relationships she never asked for, as if she was in the wrong place at the right time, or the right time in the wrong place. For Janet Jaymes, life didn’t turn out like she planned. Dirty Laundry describes in remarkable detailed-memory, in brutal honesty, and with a sense-of-humor-reality, the good, the bad and the ugly of an average woman’s life that turned out to be far from average. Dirty Laundry is an emotional, roller-coaster ride like a high-flying drug trip with crashing, coming-down lows and in the end, we find out how Janet Jaymes survived. Dirty Laundry is an entertaining human interest portrayal of a woman’s life that guarantees to be a page-turner.

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