I love the 80s 1982

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1982: Maneater (Love in the 80s #3) by Cambria Hebert

From three-time UTOPiA Award-winning author Cambria Hebert. 

Watch out, girls. Here she comes.

Theres always that girl. Shes popular, beautiful, and has everything together. The one with the perfectly teased hair, arms full of colorful (but coordinated) bangles, and expertly painted bright-pink lips.

A teachers pet. Daddys girl.

Everyone loves her.

Because everyone is afraid to challenge her.

Kelly Ross is that girl. She uses her powers of popularity for good... her own good.

She doesnt care who she hurts.

She always gets what she wants.

Including your man.

When she walks down the hallway in her hot-pink heels and ruffled denim miniskirt, all the boys heads turn. And all the girls start whispering.


There hasnt been a single guy Kelly hasnt been able to chew up and spit out.

Until now.

Kelly has finally met her match. Hes been there all along, and hes the exact opposite of everything youd expect.


Before the internet... before sext messages, selfies, like buttons, and d**k picks... epic loves and broken hearts played out offline, on mixtapes that became the self-made soundtracks of a generation.

Love in the 80s: A New Adult Mix is a collection of ten contemporary romance, new adult, stand-alone novellas set in the 1980s.

Written by award-winning and bestselling authors, one digital novella will be released on the last Friday of each month January - October in 2016.

The title of each love story will be a hit song from the year that the novella represents. The totally awesome authors include: Casey L. Bond, Lindy Zart, Cambria Hebert, Amber Lynn Natusch, Misty Provencher, Rebecca Yarros, Rachel Higginson, RK Ryals, Cameo Renae and Chelsea Fine.

Love in the 80s: A New Adult Mix was created by UTOPiAcon founder, Janet Wallace, and is co-produced with award-winning book cover designer, Regina Wamba (together they are WaWa Productions).
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I Love the 80's: 1983 (VH1)

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I Love the 1980s

Lionel Ritchie. Luckily, Khan had first dibs and turns in one of her most soulful vocals. Anita Baker - Sweet Love The definitive singer of the"quiet storm" style of mid-Eighties soul, Baker was working as a secretary when this propelled her to fame. Joyce Sims - Come Into My Life Sims, a classically trained pianist, teamed up with electro-funk producer Kurtis Mantronik and kept her vocals relatively restrained for a ballad. Sade - Your Love is King The Nigerian-British model took her smooth jazz stylings to the top of the charts both in Britain and across the Atlantic, and this was her slick calling card. Mary Jane Girls - All Night Long Addictive mix of sweet soul harmonies and lewd funkiness, over a fat bumping beat.

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I Love the '80s is a decade nostalgia television program that was produced by VH1 , based on the BBC series of the same name. The first episode, "I Love ", premiered on December 16, , and the final episode, "I Love ", premiered on December 20, PSA of "Don't let your lungs go to pot. Makeout Songs of Wham! End Credit Video is Mr.

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I Love the '80s is a BBC television mini-series that examines the pop culture of the s. It was commissioned following the success of I Love the '70s and is part of the I Love Unlike with I Love the '70s , episodes were increased to 90 minutes long. The series was followed later in by I Love the '90s. Presented by Larry Hagman. Opening titles: " Call Me " by Blondie.



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  1. Then and Now Cats (Then: On Broadway now and forever / Now: Gone), Scott Schwartz (Then: Child star of The Toy / Now: Porn.

  2. For this poll, participants were allowed to vote for up to 25 of their favorite songs that first were released, in some form single, album track, etc.

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