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The Hamptons
by Linda Dominique Grosvenor



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    List Price: $19.95 (store prices may vary)
    Format: Hardcover
    Classification: Fiction
    Page Count: 148
    ISBN13: 9780974171425
    Imprint: Sadorian Publications
    Publisher: Sadorian Publications
    Parent Company: Sadorian Publications

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    The author of the wildly popular bestseller Pretty Boys is back with a new book that posed the question, "When is a fling not just a fling?" Answer: When it happens in The Hamptons. The Hamptons is an uplifting story about divorce and life lessons—with a fresh spin—from the bestselling author whose novels top over 300,000 copies in print. Grosvenor is certain to capture the country’s attention by allowing readers a vouyeristic look into the life of the beautiful and uninhibited divorcee Joelle Sinclair. Joelle Sinclair is a self-professed art lover who is determined to start over after her divorce becomes final from her philandering husband Arnez. When she leaves New York City and moves into her sister’s lavish beachfront home in the Hamptons, she takes a managerial position at the posh, upscale Kenneth Oberlin Gallery to busy herself and determine what she really wants from life. The last thing on her agenda after losing her ball and chain is a man; until she meets eligible bachelor Jabari Mitchell. What starts out as a mere summer fling turns into something hot and heavy. But life is about to teach Joelle a crucial lesson; when something seems too good to be true…it usually is.

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