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Katherine Stone’s "high-quality romance ranks right up there with Nora Roberts." - Booklist
“Katherine Stone never fails to touch the heart. Her books brim with glowing warmth and satisfying emotion." - New York Times bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz
“With this tightly woven, suspenseful plot, peopled with memorable characters, Stone has produced another surefire hit.” - Booklist on Imagine Love
Raven has never been loved, and she was teased without mercy as an impoverished and scrawny little girl. Successful now, and stunningly beautiful, she is the attorney to the stars, the lawyer everyone in Hollywood wants to have negotiate their multi-million dollar deals. But behind the glamorous facade is a lingering vulnerability, and the wish to be loved. It seems an impossible wish. Against the glittering backdrop of her professional triumphs is a dismal record of private failures. Then she meets the enigmatic Nicholas Gault . . .
Holly’s happy and loving childhood was shattered by violence. She has escaped the brutal memories by creating her own world of happy endings. She shares those hopeful worlds with the countless readers of her romantic novels – one of which, GIFTS OF LOVE, is optioned for a major motion picture by superstar Jason Cole. It would have been a thrilling revelation had she not learned that he was planning to change her happy ending. The mere thought of leaving her remote Alaskan hideaway, her isolated cocoon, is terrifying to her. And the thought of meeting with him is even more terrifying. But she has no choice. She must fight to save the happy ending if she possibly can.
Katherine Stone is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty-two novels, including Roommates, Twins, Imagine Love, Love Songs, and Promises. Her books have been translated into twenty languages and are sold worldwide. A physician who now writes full-time, she lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, physician and novelist Jack Chase (Mortality Rate, Fatal Analysis, The Magruder Transplant.)
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Katherine Stone is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty-one novels, including Roommates, Twins, Imagine Love, Love Songs, and Promises. Her books have been translated into twenty languages and are sold worldwide. A physician who now writes full-time, she lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, physician and novelist Jack Chase (Mortality Rate, Fatal Analysis, The Magruder Transplant.) All twenty-one of Katherine’s bestselling novels will be published in new ebook and trade paperback editions. Coming soon: RAINBOWS, BED OF ROSES, THIEF OF HEARTS. Please visit her website for news, updates, and mailing list sign up.From Kirkus Reviews:
A sob story with a silver lining: Beautiful people suffer and are saved through the transfiguring power of love. Stone (Rainbows, 1992) has penned another quick-reading formula romance. Once again the basic premises are out of Danielle Steel: You can wear Armani, drive a Jaguar, and still be miserable; you can't be too rich or too thin to need love. The plot is crowded with overachievers looking for happiness. In her Los Angeles penthouse, flawlessly beautiful attorney Raven Winter can't find true love because of the poverty and abuse she suffered as the daughter of an outstandingly terrible mother. When she is almost run over by Nick Gault, the blindingly handsome CEO of Eden Enterprises, he pretends to be a gardener because he too has been wounded by life: His ex-wife married him only for his money (hard to believe, considering his steel gray eyes and other staggering assets). Raven, the ``Snow-White Shark,'' is the lawyer for sexy, successful producer/director/actor Jason Cole, who begins the story by winning seven Oscars. Jason, preparing to make a movie of the bestseller Gifts of Love, plans to change the book's happy ending. Its desperate author, Holly Elliot, flies from her Alaska home to persuade Jason to change his mind. Holly, whose stepfather murdered her mother, brother, and sister, doesn't know that her real father, Lawrence, was not killed in Vietnam and has become a veterinarian. Stone provides all her tortured, gorgeous characters with their own happy endings and no explicit sex. She makes a lot of the issue of abortion without the consent of the father. All in all, a stock genre effort, albeit one handled with dispatch. No surprises, very syrupy, and very moral. The Jaguar finds a Lexus; no one should have to park alone. -- Copyright ©1994, Kirkus Associates, LP. All rights reserved.
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Book Description CreateSpace, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 284 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.64 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk1475295421