Rival Passions - Zoe Miller Reviews
Description:ISBN 749952245 / Genre: Author: Zoe Miller / Paperback / 416 Pages / Book is published 2012-01-05 by Piatkus
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Pages: 416, Paperback, Piatkus
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Brother and sister Jack and Serena Devlin are the owners of Tamarisk Manor, a chic, luxury hotel, ranked as the ultimate retreat for socialites and celebrities. But behind the indulgent fašade, the privileged Devlin family is in turmoil ... Serena's commitment to the hotel is taking a toll on her once-perfect marriage. She finds it easier to run a multi-million euro business than to be the kind of wife that her husband expects, or the mother that her daughter deserves. Jack, struggling to come to terms with the shocking death of his wife, takes refuge in La Mimosa, their sister hotel in France. Until a chance encounter forces him to re-evaluate his whole existence... ... Read the complete review
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