Dianne Harrington may be the face of the House of Harrington, but she’s had issues regarding her sense of self since her childhood. She was raised in the limelight by parents who only saw her as a means to an end.
Meanwhile, Alex has been biding his time, knowing that his future is with Dianne. After a corporate change leads to her firing, Dianne has to take control of her future for the first time in her life. With Alex’s support and love, it’s obvious that the basic tools are there, she just has to have the faith in herself that her friends have in her. Once that happens, the story kicks into high gear and Dianne becomes the woman she always wanted to be. (ST. MARTIN’S, Feb., 335 pp., $7.99)