When life throws you a curve ball...Venus deMarley has just been hit with a wild pitch. At forty she's finally found the perfect fiance, when Sophie-the daughter she gave up for adoption twenty years ago-suddenly reappears. Venus has another crisis on her hands as well: her eccen... read full description below.
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||13 October 2009 by HarperCollins
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||By Carroll, Leslie
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When life throws you a curve ball...Venus deMarley has just been hit with a wild pitch. At forty she's finally found the perfect fiance, when Sophie-the daughter she gave up for adoption twenty years ago-suddenly reappears. Venus has another crisis on her hands as well: her eccentric millionaire dad just died and willed her his pet project-a rag-tag minor league baseball team called the Bronx Cheers-if Venus and Sophie can reconcile and once again become a family. Venus knows diddly about sports, but Sophie's a jock, unlike her glamorous mom. And after two decades apart, these two women know nothing about each other, and rarely agree on anything. But maybe-just maybe-they have more in common than they think...
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Leslie Carroll is the author of twenty books in three genres, including a series of five nonfiction titles on the loves and lives of European royalty: Royal Affairs, Notorious Royal Marriages, Royal Pains, Royal Romances, and Inglorious Royal Marriages. She also wrote an illustrated hardcover "coffee table" book on a thousand years of British royalty commissioned by Sterling, the publishing arm of Barnes & Noble. She and her husband divide their time between the high-rises of Manhattan and the high elevation of Denver.