|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|A CHRISTMAS OF INEXPRESSIBLE PLEASURE -- George Washington||Diana Howie||
A "spirit" of George Washington speaks of his best Christmas ever.
|CARMEN - I Should Have Worn It Down||Diana Howie||
Carmen is putting on her make-up for the day, not happy with being ignored at a bar last night.
|CARMEN - I Vowed Not to Go Through Life Like That.||Diana Howie||
Carmen is putting on her "war paint" for the day.
|CARMEN (Extended Version)||Diana Howie||
Despite a disastrous night last night, Carmen applies her morning’s make-up, readying herself to be noticed.
|DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN EVOLUTION - Yaritza||Rae Binstock||
Fond memories and hard times for Mexican-Americans in the midst of the Great Depression.
|DIRTY LAUNDRY - Jillian||Stacey Lane||
Accusations and confessions fly when a woman finds an incriminating note in her roommate’s jeans pocket.
|RUM AND COKE - Someday My Prince Will Come - Juana||Carmen Peláez||
No one messes with Juana!
|RUM AND COKE - Was Cuba Anything Like You Thought? - Nena||Carmen Peláez||
Nena describes her two loves: fiancée Luis and being a Tropicana Showgirl.
|THE WATERMELON FACTORY - Connie||Alfonso N. Ramirez||
Connie struggles to explain how she was raped and impregnated by a priest when she was 15.