New Money

New Money

A Novel

Book - 2013
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Savannah Morgan inherits the estate of a billionaire father she never knew and moves to Manhattan to work at his global news corporation, a situation that is further complicated by two potential suitors.

McMillan Palgrave

A young Southern woman of modest means suddenly finds herself thrust into New York's high society when she discovers that she is the illegitimate daughter of a recently-deceased billionaire

Savannah Morgan always had high hopes. She dreamed of becoming a writer and escaping her South Carolina town, where snooty debutantes looked down on her for not having a closet-full of Lilly Pulitzer and aspiring further than chairing a society ball one day. But at twenty-four, she's become a frustrated ex-cheerleader who lives with her mother and wonders if rejecting a marriage proposal was a terrible mistake. But Savannah's world is turned upside-down when she learns that the father she never knew is Edward Stone, a billionaire media mogul who has left Savannah his fortune on the condition that she move to Manhattan and work at his global news corporation. Putting aside her mother's disapproval, Savannah dives head-first into a high-class life of wealth and luxury that's threatened by Edward's other children, the infuriatingly arrogant Ned and his sharp-tongued sister, Caroline, whose joint mission is to get rid of Savannah, with the help of their icy socialite mother. Savannah's love life is also complicated by the move, and she eventually must decide between Jack, a smooth and charming real estate executive, and Alex, a handsome aspiring writer/actor. Now Savannah's must navigate a thrilling but treacherous city while she tries to figure out what kind of man her father truly was.

Lorraine Zago Rosenthal's New Money is a keenly observed, fun yet wise peek into a world of privilege and glamour with a spirited and charming heroine at its center.



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Dreaming of escaping the South Carolina town that ostracizes her for her poverty, Savannah Morgan inherits the estate of a billionaire father she never knew and moves to Manhattan to work at his global news corporation, a situation that is further complicated by two potential suitors. By the author of Other Words for Love.

Publisher: New York :, Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin's Press,, 2013
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781250025357
Characteristics: 326 pages ; 22 cm

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