Riverside Park (Mills & Boon M&B)

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HarperCollins Publishers, Nov 1, 2011 - Fiction - 260 pages
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Along the banks of the Hudson River is one of New York's premier enclaves, Riverside Park, where up-and-comers rub shoulders with those who have already made it.

Once deliriously happy, Amanda and Howard Stewart now teeter on the brink of infidelity–and financial ruin. Media titan Cassy Cochran's storybook marriage hides the secret at the core of her existence. Beautiful, privileged Celia Cavanaugh's life is spiraling out of control–and she's taking a naive teenage boy down with her.

Headstrong single mother Rosanne DiSantos struggled for years to better herself...and now realizes she despises the life she worked so hard to achieve. Proud father Sam Wyatt refuses to see his family destroyed by an act of desperation–and will do anything to preserve their happiness. The widespread branches of this urban family entwine in a stirring, multifaceted story of love denied, love revealed and love remembered.

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Laura Van Wormer was raised in Darien, Connecticut, and received a B.S. degree in Public Communications from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. She joined Doubleday and Company as a secretary and worked her way up to the position of editor. As a freelance writer, she worked with the creators of the prime-time TV shows Dynasty, Dallas and Knots Landing to write coffee-table books about the shows. She is the author of ten novels including Riverside Drive, West End, Jury Duty and Talk. In Expose, Laura introduced readers to 30-something-year old journalist Sally Harrington. Sally has been featured in Expose, The Last Lover, Trouble Becomes Her and will appear in Laura's newest novel, The Bad Witness, in 2002. Both reviewers and fans have embraced Sally: "Sally is a heroine who is brave and frightened, energetic and exhausted, confused and right on the money." –Associated Press; "Sally is an intriguing character whose desire to return to the glamorous side of her industry seems to overcome her common sense. It is Sally's flaws and obsessions that make Laura Van Wormer's latest novel an enjoyable read." –Midwest Book Review; "Journalist Sally Harrington is an appealing mix of brains and folly." –Publishers Weekly; "Laura Van Wormer specialises in creating smart heroines with glamorous jobs and a knack for solving complicated murder mysteries." –New York Times Book Review. Laura divides her time between Manhattan and her English-style, stone-and-stucco farmhouse in Meriden, Connecticut, where she sits on the board of directors of the Friends of the Meriden Public Library and the Augusta Curtis Cultural Centre, Inc.

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