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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Entertaining contemporary romance

    Justin Langdon has made millions in the stock market whether the prices go up or down. However, Justin has learned other lessons from his childhood stay at the Granger Home for Boys and from his shop till you drop mom about relationships. <P>Two of his successful fellow alumni and only friends persuade a reluctant Justin to join them in forming the Millionaires¿ Club that will donate to worthy causes. His particular assignment is the Edward St. Albans Elementary School after school program where Justin meets director Amy Monroe. He asks her to join him for dinner to discuss her program, but she says no because two months ago she became guardian to her now deceased sister¿s three little children. When he becomes ill, she takes him to the hospital where emergency surgery for a bleeding ulcer is performed. After recovering, Justin thanks of Amy and needs to prove to her that he can handle anything her charges toss at him. Still, Amy asks what man wants a prefabricated family? Only one who loves the foursome like Justin does. <P> The second novel in Leanne Bank¿s Millionaires¿ Club, MILLIONAIRE HUSBAND, is a strong contemporary romance centering on childhood scars impacting adult behavior. The plot works because the key players (Justin, Amy, and the three children) seem genuine yet original so that the audience cares what happens to all five and hopes that the quintet turns into a family. With two powerful entries already to read, sub-genre fans will anxiously await the final act, Dylan¿s story, to unfold. <P>Harriet Klausner

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