When Ivory Keene landed a job at a prestigious fashion house in New York, she could never have anticipated the challenges and excitement her new position would provide. Chief among them is her exasperatingly sexy boss, Curry Kells.
The older, experienced executive can't help but be drawn to Ivory by a desire neither can resist. He sees only a talented young woman whose fresh, exciting designs might just make them both millions. But he soon discovers that Ivory is keeping secrets.
Now, just as Ivory's wildest dreams are within her grasp, she's tempted by the intimacies of a forbidden affair. But is achieving fame and wealth worth sacrificing Curry's love?
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By Molly on 24-03-18
Ivory crawls her way to the top~5 stars~
plot: running away from her abused upbringing and checkered past has Ivory living a better life when her blackmailing mother shows up~
Ivory Keene was consider white trash from her Texas roots thanks to a liar mother who uses Ivory as a keep out of Jail card. Ivory wins a fashion designer contest and soon is working in New York for HUNKY millionaire Curry Kells. Ivory has talent and is getting more credit and the notice of her boss. Ivory is kept in near poverty paying off her drunken mother. Marlene shows up to ruin what little happiness Ivory has in her life. Revealing every lie that Ivory has told and adds plenty of her own stories and lies to the mix. Ivory now looks like a schemer to Curry who soon distances himself from Ivory. After Marlene goes back to Texas, Ivory learns just how low her mother would go to ruin her in the eyes of her lover Curry. This was written in 1995. It has strong Characters and the Heroine learns to pick up the pieces from her damaged past. One of the better novels from the early years of Diana Palmer. Again the reader makes you cringe when he imitates a woman;s voice but a good story. And the fun is watching how far the evil Marlene go and what Ivory does to stop her. I give it 5 Stars~
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By Judy Bushee on 14-03-18
Review on the book All That Glitters
I have become an avid reader of Dianna Palmers since I first read the Wyoming Men series. I overall enjoyed the books for the most part and they always end well so that’s a good thing. The One thing I’ve noticed though that I find tough though are that through all the books I’ve read, is the men have been wronged by women and have strong resentment and viciously negative and viciously towards them. Then they finally realize how unbelievably wrong they were, feel terrible about how they treated them and have fervently try make up to the women for how badly they treated them. A couple of the books I had to put down for a while because I was so frustrated. i’ve done this with a couple of the books with hopes that the next book would have a different plot plot or a different circumstance but they all seem to do the same thing. I finished the books and in the end the story ends well. I always love a good happy ending to a story. I just wish the plot could be different. I know how stories work. You start with two people meeting, things going along well for a while and then a conflict arises but then the conflict gets resolved and then thankfully there’s a happy ending. I just wish her books didn’t always have the man at the beginning being wronged by a woman, then during the conflict having the male character be so viciously mean, almost hateful toward the woman character because of being wronged by another woman in the beginning. Eventually the male character always seems to come back feeling bad realizing he was wrong for so mean for all the wrong reasons. It’s very hard to get through the books I’ve read so far for this reason. I’m going to take a break from reading her books because of this reason for a while. . Hopefully she can find a different form of conflict in future books.
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