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How steamy is it? Sizzling

Publisher's Summary

Heiress Alana Van Alen has everything - but she is living a lie. To protect her sister, she plays society's game and attends dazzling balls and soirees - until a cunningly orchestrated act of revenge leaves her penniless and at the mercy of one of the city's most notorious gentlemen.

Dubbed the Predator of Wall Street, Trevor Sheridan rose from abject poverty in Ireland to the pinnacle of power in Manhattan. Yet he's still shunned by the city's elite Four Hundred. Now he has parlayed his hunger for revenge into a scheme to destroy the rich and powerful. In the final phase of his plan, he will marry the pedigreed Alana Van Alen to gain the acceptance that has been denied to him for so long.

©2016 Meagan McKinney (P)2016 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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I made it through the first hour, but it felt too much like a checkers game that wanted to be a chess match. The dialogue just didn't seem to fit the period, and I can't imagine any single young woman meeting a man for dinner like the heroine did. Too much of what I heard had modern sensibilities and it was jarring.

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Ireland the Brave

Wonderful and picturesque, enjoyable to see the beauty of old New York. Good history behind the 400