With four grown children and a multimillion-dollar empire, Janet Chase has been the perfect partner to her husband Steven, Founder and CEO of Chase Beauty. Read more...
With four grown children and a multimillion-dollar empire, Janet Chase has been the perfect partner to her husband Steven, Founder and CEO of Chase Beauty. But her well-ordered world seems to be falling apart. . .
Daughter-in-law Kimberly Chase has had enough of Janet's reminders that she doesn't belong. Kimberly sees only one solution: get rid of Janet. And the only way to do it is by unearthing a skeleton from deep within Janet's closet. . .
It's been almost a year since Carter Chase met Avery Jackson and fell madly in love with her on first sight. He didn't care that Avery was already engaged. Carter could make the fiance disappear. And he had, though now it meant hiding a secret that could destroy their future. . .
Exiled to Europe after a high-profile scandal, twenty-three-year-old Haley Chase has returned home to cause new trouble. This time it involves a dangerously sadistic new beau. . .
Driven to desperation by a family out of control, Janet may be her own worst enemy in a world where no indulgence, addiction, or desire is out of reach.
Praise for Angela Winters' View Park
"A guilty pleasure. . .sit tight because you haven't heard the last of this rich and powerful series of
books."--The Tennessee Tribune
"Winters offers an exciting beginning to this trilogy. The dialogue is realistic, the descriptions are detailed and vivid and the wealthy world of the rich and famous is reminiscent of Dynasty."
"A drama-filled, fast-paced ride."--RAWSISTAZ Review
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page 33.
- Review Date: 2007-05-14
- Reviewer: Staff
In Winters's entertaining latest View Park novel, the Chase family plunges to new lows of deviousness. Patriarch Steven Chase, CEO of an ever-expanding upscale beauty chain, wishes to keep his grown sons on a tight leash and within the family company. However, Kimberly, wife of eldest son Michael, is intent on bringing down her mother-in-law, and younger son Carter goes to dangerous lengths to hide a dark secret from his fiancée. Add to the mix Steven's two grown daughters: Leigh, a do-gooder doctor whose idealism frustrates her mother, and Haley, a spoiled club kid who gets involved with a dangerous club owner, and trouble is never far away. As the plots converge, Steven stands to lose his mini-empire and family. Though the characters function as embodiments of their faults, the pacing is fast and the drama unrelenting. (July)