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Doubleday, 1989 - Fiction - 367 pages
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Her name is synonymous with elegance and beauty. She is Jewel Prescott, whose internationally famous jewelry designs have placed her among the ranks of Tiffany, Cartier and Bulgari. But to her enemies, she is the ultimate bitch-goddess, whose fabulous success could be ruined in one long-awaited, vengeful move. Jewel is savvy, sensual ... and vulnerable. In turning her rough-cut dreams into shimmering reality, she has used everything: her talent, cunning, even the men who worship her--and betray her ... Wyatt, the New York tycoon who invests in her career--and demands a big return on his money ... Sascha, the stormy Russian emigre who fathers her children--and hides secrets of his own ... Hadley, the renegade free spirit whose love for Jewel turns to hatred before it leads him back to her. Wyatt McNeill: The father of her best friend, he took an interest in Jewel's career ... and, more dangerously, in Jewel herself. Hadley McNeill: Wyatt's son, he taught Jewel the meaning of love--beyond career, beyond success. Sascha Robinovsky: Talented, tempestuous and romantic, the Russian designer swept her off her feet, nurtured her talent, and married her. In return, Jewel gave him her heart ... until she learned the awful truth. Edward Randolph: His sexual preferences allowed no romance between him and Jewel--just the most honest and trusted friendship. And as Jewel's best designer, he was also her greatest weakness. Allen Prescott: With his support, Jewel shaped Bijoux International into a towering empire. But unbridled ambition--and forgotten enemies--threatened to destroy her dream-come-true ...

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