Ingenue

Ingenue

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If you love The Great Gatsby , you'll want to read the Flappers series.
Power . . . love . . . scandal . . . there's never enough to go around.
 
In the city that never sleeps, Lorraine Dyer is wide awake. Ever since she exposed Clara Knowles for the tramp she was--and lost her closest confidante in the process--Lorraine has spent every second scheming to make her selfish, lovesick ex-best friend pay for what she did. No one crosses Lorraine. Not even Gloria.
 
True love conquers everything--or so Gloria Carmody crazily believed. She and Jerome Johnson can barely scrape together cash for their rent, let alone have a moment to whisper sweet nothings in the dark. And if they thought escaping Chicago meant they'd get away with murder . . . they were dead wrong.
 
Clara was sure that once handsome, charming Marcus Eastman discovered her shameful secret, he'd drop her like a bad habit. Instead, he swept her off her feet and whisked her away to New York. Being with Marcus is a breath of fresh air--and a chance for Clara to leave her wild flapper ways firmly in the past. Except the dazzling parties and bright lights won't stop whispering her name. . . .

INGENUE is the second novel in the sexy, dangerous, and ridiculously romantic Flappers series set in the Roaring Twenties . . . where revenge is a dish best served cold.

 


From the Hardcover edition.
Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, c2011.
ISBN: 9780385908368
9780385740364
Branch Call Number: YA LAR
Characteristics: 351 p.

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