Five Star Attraction

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Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Limited, Feb 1, 2012 - Fiction - 115 pages
4 Reviews
Ari Alexander just got the shock of his life. He's heir apparent to a glittering hotel empire. But the legacy comes with rumours of an explosive family scandal. The last thing the grieving widower needs is Natasha LeBlanc - a stunning consultant with attitude. So why is he so determined to uncover the sensual woman beneath Natasha's all-business facade? Natasha was hired to protect the interests of the luxury resort chain. But Ari doesn't seem to realise she's on his side. Worse, the far-too-sexy brother is arousing desire she's never felt before, making it impossible to keep her professional distance. From Aspen to celebrity-studded Beverly Hills, Natasha and Ari are caught up in a breaking scandal that could end their five-star love affair before it begins...

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User Review  - Sunflower38 - LibraryThing

I don't have much to say about Five Star Romance. It was an Okay read. It felt rushed and very flimsy. There was nothing new in this one. The same plot over and over gets daunting. There's new ... Read full review

Review: Five Star Attraction (The Alexanders of Beverly Hills #1)

User Review  - Miley the Book Junkie Reads . . . - Goodreads

I am looking for more. Awaiting the next installment. This book was more on the premise of building a relationship between a man that has lost his wife to tragedy and a woman that had her man walk out. The built a friendship on their specific interest in business and basketball. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Sandra Kitt’s first mainstream novel, The Color of Love, was released to critical acclaim from Library Journal and USA TODAY. The Color of Love has also been optioned by HBO and Lifetime. Sandra has appeared on the Blackboard bestseller list in ESSENCE magazine. Amazon.com has named her novel Significant Others among the top 25 romances for the 20th century, and Close Encounters one of the top ten contemporaries for 2000. Girlfriends, an anthology from HarperCollins, was nominated for the NAACP Image Award in Fiction. Sandra’s 2007 release, Celluloid Memories, earned a starred review in Library Journal, and was selected by the publication as one of the top five women’s fiction novels for the same year. The first black writer to ever publish with Harlequin, Sandra also launched the successful Arabesque line from Kensington (now part of Harlequin’s Kimani Press imprint). She is the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award in Contemporary Fiction from Romantic Times, and Romance Writers of America’s 2002 Service Award. A native of New York City, Sandra holds a bachelor and masters degree in fine arts, and has studied and lived in Mexico. A onetime graphic designer, she has exhibited across the U.S. and has work in the Museum of African American Art in Los Angeles. She has designed cards for UNICEF, and illustrated two books for the late science writer Dr. Isaac Asimov. Sandra is also a former information specialist in astronomy and astrophysics at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. In 1996 she wrote the last show script for the Hayden Planetarium, narrated by Walter Cronkite. Sandra recently spent three months working at the European Southern Observatory in Munich. A frequent guest speaker, Sandra has lectured at NYU, Penn State, Sarah Lawrence and Columbia University, and is a former adjunct for continuing education courses in publishing. She has appeared on NBC’s TODAY show, Black Entertainment Television and Good Morning America. Sandra serves on the advisory boards for the First Step Job Training Program through Coalition for the Homeless in New York City, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis. For All We Know, released in 2008, was written to benefit St. Jude.

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