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An Heiress to Remember

  • Maya Rodale
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  • ISBN-10: 143287991X
  • ISBN-13: 9781432879914
  • DDC: Fic
  • Shipping Weight: 1.10 lbs ( .50 kgs)
  • 406 Pages | Hardcover
  • Published/Released September 2020

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A USA Today Bestselling Author
The Gilded Age Girls Club

Beatrice Goodwin left Manhattan a duchess and has returned a divorcée, ready to seize control of her fate and the family business. Goodwin’s Department Store, once the pinnacle of fashion, has fallen from favor thanks to Dalton’s, its glamorous competitor across the street. But this rivalry has a distinctly personal edge.

For Wes Dalton, Beatrice has always been the one — the one who broke his young heart by marrying a duke, and now, the one whose cherished store he plans to buy, just so he can destroy it. It’s the perfect revenge against a family who believed he’d never be good enough for their daughter — until Beatrice’s return complicates everything.

While Goodwin’s and Dalton’s duel to be the finest store in Gilded Age Manhattan, Beatrice and Wes succumb to a desire that has only deepened with time. Adversaries by day, lovers by night, both will soon have to decide which is sweeter: winning the battle or thoroughly losing their hearts.

Reviews

Customer Reviews

“Rival store owners, second-chance romance, and a focus on feminism are wrapped up in a thoroughly fun package that’s part Mr. Selfridge mixed with a dash of Gilded Age You’ve Got Mail, producing a winning addition to Rodale’s popular series.”

— Library Journal (starred)

“An entertaining, thought-provoking addition to this captivating series.”

— Kirkus Reviews

“Historically minded readers will appreciate Rodale’s eye for detail and illuminating depiction of the changing role of women in Gilded Age society.”

— Publishers Weekly