A merciless critique of the Parisian upper crust in the mid-18th century, The Girl with the Golden Eyes is Balzac at his finest. After gaining background on the author’s style and subject matter, delve into reasons this particular work - more than any of his others - makes for a masterful day’s read.
During Color War, Natalie buddies up to the sixth division girls and ditches her fifth division friends, who couldn't be more immature. Then Nat inadvertently catches the attention of a sixth division boy, and without so much as a blink of an eye, she's kicked out of the sixth division circle flat on her fifth division butt. Will Nat's friends take her back? Sure, but first she'll have to own up to a lot of immaturity on her part.
The whistleblower who died before she could expose a scandal at Pruitt & Pruitt was Madison's best friend...and her father's trophy girlfriend. It'll take more than a week at the spa for this heiress-turned-spy to recover from a potential murdering dad, a rough-around-the-edges boyfriend who doesn't know she's filthy rich, and an FBI agent who has the gall to lecture her about protocol.
"Golden Girl Rocks"
Lacy Hennessey is the enforcer for the Boston Irish mob after the boss for the Italian mafia kills her father. After so many years of an informal truce between the two families, why has the Italian boss declared war on the Irish? She'll have the time to dwell on the future while on vacation with a new lover in Hawaii. Lacy is hopeful she'll find love for the first time in her life. Dr. Josh Davenport has fallen for the beautiful, leggy blonde who isn't wired emotionally like other women he's known.