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The American Dream,
This review is from: Wild Things (Paperback)
Move over Mills and Boon, this book has it all.
It has traditional morality - epitomised by Faith the academic historian still living with and financially supporting her parents.
It has public duty - in the form of rich beautiful attorney Sydney who wants to run for senator.
It has dressing up scenes at expensive American house parties; to-die-for prosperity, and an enormous penthouse overlooking the lake.
It has torn loyalties, steaminess, stolen kisses in a hayfield, an addiction to obscure quotations, and chat up lines about hands and fingers. Plus it has monogamy and a side-bow to lesbian motherhood in the dedication of the copy I read.
A real hit that's become a classic.