Carol Costa is an award-winning playwright and a journalist. She has worked as a newspaper correspondent, an editor, and a theater critic. She has also co-authored two books for Pearson Education: Teach Yourself Accounting in 24 Hours and The Complete Idiot's Guide to Surviving Bankruptcy. Her short stories have been published in magazines and in the Women Sleuths anthology series. Originally from Chicago, Carol and her husband now reside in Tucson, Arizona.
Labor of Loveby Carol Costa
Margo has always been
As head of the display department at Dixon's Department Store, Margo Conroy comes in contact with all of the employees. Recent policy changes put in place by Dixon's new General Manager, David Martin, have everyone disgruntled. The employees feel that a union is the best way to protect themselves, and Margo agrees to be the union organizer.
Margo has always been adept at handing difficult situations, but when David begins a romantic quest to capture her heart, Margo's steadfast reason becomes clouded by desire and emotion.
David seems to be everything Margo ever dreamed of-attractive, intelligent, charming, and considerate. Soon Margo is torn between her feelings for David and the needs of her friends and co-workers. Margo must decide whether David's feelings for her are sincere or simply part of a plan designed to win her over to management's side of the labor dispute. Can she trust what her heart is saying over the loud warnings in her mind?
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This book was great! Carol Costa is an amazing writer. I have read other books by Carol Costa and have enjoyed them all. I highly recommended buying and reading all her books.
This is a wonderful book. It is well written with a good plot and great characters. I couldn't put it down once I started reading. I highly recommend this book and hope that Ms. Costa writes more just like it in the future.