The Exhibition

The Exhibition

by Grace Marshall

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Overview

The final novel in The Executive Decision trilogy

What starts out as a simple PR stunt for New York City gallery owner, Stacie Emerson to promote her new West Coast gallery ends up a dangerous slog through the Oregon wilderness in the company of wildlife photographer, Harris Walker, who hates her almost as much as she hates him.

Their dislike for each other gives way to respect, then passion, then something still deeper, as they struggle to prevent an environmental disaster orchestrated by Terrance Jamison, the arch-enemy of her ex-fiancé Ellison Thorne.

But just as Stacie is convinced she can make things right with Ellis and have the love she desires with Harris, Jamison uncovers her darkest secrets. She must risk everything to expose him. How can she be deserving of Ellis's respect and Harris's love is she can't stand up for what's right?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781908917843
Publisher: Accent Press
Publication date: 02/14/2014
Pages: 396
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.88(d)

About the Author

Grace Marshall lives in South England with her husband and the growing gang of hooligan birds who frequent their feeders. When Grace isn't busy writing something sexy and romantic, she's busy digging in her ever-expanding veg garden or walking across the British countryside. She finds inspiration outdoors in nature, and most of her best story ideas come to her while she's walking or gardening.

Grace is the author of the fast paced, quirky Executive Decisions Trilogy published by Xcite Romance. The first and second novels in the trilogy are out now.

Grace Marshall's alter-ego, K D Grace,

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The Exhibition: Book Three in The Executive Decision Trilogy 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Maudmama More than 1 year ago
great ending to the trilogy.... once again it follows characters we have previously met but can be read as a standalone. A cracking story, sorry to see these characters go.