Midnight in Manhattan
Twenty-six-year-old Rosalie Preston works as an advice columnist for the romantically perplexed readership of GIRL TALK magazine. Her real passion is acting and with a group of friends, she spends her spare time working with a small theatre company in New York's trendy East Village. When Rosalie breaks an ornament at the luxurious family home of one of her friends, she comes to the attention of Berglan Starker. Berglan is not only suave, sexy and much-married; he's the father of Rosalie's best friend, Bella...Compelled by curiosity, a taste for adventure and a penchant for the alluring complimentary toiletries of New York's ritziest hotels, Rosalie finds herself drawn into living the life of the Manhattan mistress. But it's not just the secret dinners and the relentless pursuit of sexy-but-tasteful lingerie that makes her life difficult. Harbouring a guilty secret is much harder than Rosalie ever thought it would be ...
- Paperback | 352 pages
- 128 x 194 x 26mm | 299.38g
- 02 Jun 2005
- Orion Publishing Co
- Orion (an Imprint of The Orion Publishing Group Ltd )
- London, United Kingdom
'Sex and the City fans will love this sassy little tale about an agony aunt's affair. 4 Stars ****' OK magazine 'thoughtful, intelligent and the wit sparkles like the rocks on a well-kept mistress's manicured paws.' DAILY RECORD
About Francesca Delbanco
Francesca Delbanco lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She works as journalist on Seventeen magazine. This is her first novel.