Be Careful What You Wish For
In Archer’s fourth and final volume in his epic Clifton Chronicles saga of the Barrington-Clifton family (after Best Kept Secret, 2013), Ross Barrington has been forced to resign as chairman of the Barrington Shipping Company, and Emma Clifton wants to replace him. But Don Pedro Martinez is pushing his own candidate, Major Alex Fisher, in order to destroy the family firm just as the company plans to build its new luxury liner, the MV Buckingham. New characters and surprising plot twists “make for a page-turning, rich man’s soap opera." (Kirkus Reviews)
When her best friend buys NYPD Detective Kat Donovan a year’s subscription to the online dating service YouAreJustMyType.com, Kat discovers the profile of her high school sweetheart and ex-fiancé, Jeff Raines. Then teenager Brandon Phelps asks Kat to find his missing mother, Dana, who met someone from the same site. Things spiral out of control as Kat struggles to connect the dots and solve a mystery that hits entirely too close to home. Coben (Six Years, 2013) has written another ripped-from-the-headlines stand-alone, and this could be his best yet.
In her latest outing, author Jane Green tackles another hot issue for women: temptation outside of marriage. 43-year-old Gabby Cartwright is a happily married mother of two who meets Matt, an attractive entrepreneur a decade her junior, while out for a night with her girlfriends. Flirtatious emails lead to an impulsive decision that changes everything when husband Elliot goes to a conference for the weekend. A captivating, cautionary tale from the author of Family Pictures (2013).
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