Inheritanceby Judith Michael
Laura Fairchild enters a charmed world when eccentric patriarch Owen Salinger takes her in as his protegee and confidante. In the patrician circles of Boston’s Beacon Hill, she acquires grace, culture, and a passionate lover in Owen’s nephew, Paul. But Owen’s death shatters her dreams. Favored in his will, she now faces the wrath of his family, who close ranks against her. Disinherited, Laura vows to recapture all that has been ruthlessly taken away.
With brilliance and flair she builds a hotel empire. Yet beneath her successful facade lives the outcast girl, longing for the home and family she has lost. As long-buried secrets rise like threatening clouds, Laura has to fight to regain her love, her family, and to claim her true inheritance!
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Meet the Author
Judith Michael is the pen name of husband-and-wife writing team Judith Barnard and Michael Fain, who live in Chicago and Aspen. Among their New York Times bestsellers are the novels Deceptions, Possessions, Private Affairs, Inheritance, A Ruling Passion, Sleeping Beauty, Pot of Gold, and A Tangled Web.
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I've loved Judith&Michael's style... Especially in Deceptions and Tangled Web, but INHERITANCE is the best! I read it my early twenties and it has always been a stand out... I decided to read again almost a decade later to see if it was really as good as I remembered... I was NOT disappointed... I think I liked it even more the second time. (My husband even read it!... Then bought me another Judith Michael book.) This is one I wish they would write a sequel too. It has money, mystery and a powerful women EARNING revenge. A classic in my library.
I have all of their books. Two great writers, before cell phones and such. But they are books I have reread so many times I lost count. Here I go again.......
Have read it more than once.. when someone asks me for a good book... this is always my first suggestion and I read at least two books a month.
I loved this book and wish I would be offered in Nook form!