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Glitter and gold line the streets of the hottest and most exclusive address in Atlanta, 3300 Buckhead Plaza. Three social climbers try to stay on their golden path to riches, fame, and high fashion. After her rich married lover dies, Queensley’s life as the kept woman comes to an end. Her lover’s spurned estranged wife tries to kick her out the love nest he made for them and the millions he promised her. Mourning the tragic death of her handsome, wealthy, young husband, Therese must fight not only to keep the love nest they built as newlyweds but his family fortune. Pregnant and alone, she fights her late husband’s family for his share of their billion-dollar estate. Queensley and Therese bond over the loss of their great loves. But after they hire the same sexy lawyer for their high-profile cases, their newfound friendship is threatened. Who will walk away with their fortune and the man? New to the gilded streets of Atlanta, Farrah follows her charming and slick boyfriend to Buckhead. They make their home among the rich and elite while he promises to make her a star. She underestimates the true costs of making one’s dream come true in the city of her dreams. Queensley, Therese, and Farrah follow the men they love into the world of glamour and glitz. But before they can kick off the heels of their designer shoes and rest their heads (Read the full blurb on Amazon)
Audrey can’t help the fact that she turns into a blubbering fool when she’s around cute guys. She just prays her mouth has a filter, one that doesn’t embarrass her. Thomas Monroe is drawn to Audrey the moment he lays eyes on her. He’s thrilled when he asks her out and she accepts. There’s just one problem with dating a girl like Audrey. He’s got a secret, a big, furry leopard one.
Emily Janes wants to move on with her life after her brother’s sudden death. She returns to work, hoping to regain some normalcy. When Emily accepts a grant on behalf of her employer, she meets a powerful, sexy man with a dark façade in place. As she gains insight into her benefactor, she finds herself wanting to get closer to the man behind the mask. Patrick Matheson’s feelings for Emily intrigue him. He finds himself reaching out to her, personal and business. Success in the boardroom is nothing new to him, but the pain of a failed relationship with his father torments him. When he’s around Emily, his doubts quiet and he can be himself. Someone else wants Emily for his own. Nothing will stop him from getting her, whether she wants him or not. For the right price, everything they have could disappear forever.
Things are looking bright for Zeke Cusano. He has everything he wants: a thriving boardwalk pizza shop, a close-knit family, and news that his arch nemesis in pizza-making is retiring. Even better is the prospect of a summer seduction with the newest resident in Beachside. Between her daily ride down the boardwalk atop her longboard and her love for bread and cheese, the new girl in town has a knack for pulling Zeke’s attention away from tossing dough. But when her identity is revealed as the granddaughter of his business rival, Zeke’s plan for a steamy summertime fling fizzles. Heidi Martaluchi is ready to flex her culinary skills and shake up Beachside with her passion for mixology. Eager to show her family—especially Grandpa Gus—she can make their restaurant thrive, Heidi tries to energize the restaurant’s tired menu. Gus resists every change, especially when he learns Heidi is spending time with Zeke. His droning lectures recounting the years-old feud with the Cusanos does nothing to sway her—she likes the pizza guy. Undeterred by the animosity between their families, Heidi and Zeke conspire to keep their budding relationship a secret. When the duo is charged with leading a campaign to bring visitors to Beachside, (Read the full blurb on Amazon)