Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) July 7, 2008
In some families, everyone has their price...
No More Good is the highly anticipated third book in the family saga series of the enigmatic Chase family. And things are just getting more dysfunctional. The last thing Carter Chase wants to do is celebrate--even if the party is in his honor. Being appointed to the Board of his father's multibillion-dollar empire means nothing to him since his fiancé Avery left him. Carter intends to use every available resource--and compromise every moral--to find her and get her back.
Meanwhile, Carter's brother, Michael, has a problem of his own. His relationship with wife Kimberly has been strained ever since she exposed a shocking secret in his mother's past that nearly destroyed the family. Now Kimberly faces a new threat from her own past that could cause her to lose Michael forever and destroy the entire Chase legacy.
Miles away, Avery Jackson tries to put the past behind her. To succeed she'll have to make sure the Chase family never discovers the secret she's taken with her. But that may be impossible when an emergency brings her back home. For all paths converge when Avery's father, View Park's Chief of Police, is shot....
But its not just the Chase men who are in turmoil. Oldest daughter Leigh is being publicly wooed by a hot Hollywood star with a fast, self-indulgent lifestyle that places her in danger and changes her life forever. And with the youngest daughter Haley creating scandal after scandal, the family may be in hot water not even their billions can buy them out of...
Some Recent Reviews
In Winters' entertaining latest View Park novel, the Chase family plunges to new lows of deviousness...the pacing is fast and the drama unrelenting. - Publisher's Weekly
Lies and deception are the norm in this household, where there's enough high drama to rival Dallas or Dynasty. Winters has written a real page-turner. - Booklist
This story is laced with intrigue, scandal, dirty office politics, and enough secrets to scare the skeletons back into the closet. Winters has done an excellent job of tying it all together and keeping the readers on the edge of their seats. - Rawsistaz Book Club
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