Daughters of Fortune - Tara Hyland Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847376967 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Tara Hyland / Hardcover / 400 Pages / Book is published 2010-03-18 by Simon & Schuster Ltd
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by - written on 06/08/10 (Very useful, 65 readings)
Having dipped my toe into various different authors of "glamour fiction" as I like to call it, I have been pleasantly surprised that there have been a few more authors that I'd read again whereas I'd only ever been interested in the offerings of the Bagshawe sisters. Recently, I read "Players" by Karen Swan and was suitably impressed enough to explore other authors in this genre. My next was this one by Tara Hyland and once again, it turned out to be a worthwhile read for me, especially since, like Swans book, this is also Hylands debut book, which makes it even more impressive for me. I won't lie and tell you that this book tells us a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/10 (Very useful, 67 readings)
The Melville sisters might have money but does it always lead to happiness? Eldest daughter Elizabeth is determined to succeed in her family's business, despite the fact her father and owner William Melville doesn't seem to be very supportive of her plans. Elizabeth isn't about to back down but is she one to work behind the scenes without the glory? Amber isn't blessed with the business brains of her sister, but has the looks to carry her through. Amber doesn't have any plans to work for the family company but she's decided that modelling is the career for her. She moves to LA without her family's blessing and meets up with some bad boys and gets into things she knows ... Read the complete review
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