From the back cover:
Will she lose her heart to the man who stole her job?
It’s 1933, the height of the Big-Band era, and beautiful Lake Geneva is already well established as a summertime playground for Chicago’s elite. Local girl Meg Alden works at the town newspaper, but she aspires to be a reporter—a job given only to men. When a position opens up, Meg spies an opportunity to break into the business. That is, until Jack Wallace, the son of a big-city newspaper magnate, is hired instead. Jack is drawn to Meg and suggests they combine forces to uncover a local scandal. But how will Meg be able to work with the man who stole her job. . .and makes her pulse race?
My Thoughts and Giveaway:
If you enjoy historicals and you love a good romance you will want to read this book.
Pamela has created a wonderful cast of characters. The two main characters, Jack and Meg, are very likeable. They have their flaws that make you want to shake them and say, “Just say what you’re thinking.” But if characters did that then we wouldn’t have much of story, this is what builds tension and makes for a great plot.
You will want to fight with Meg as she tries to make a way for herself as a reporter. Back in 1933 women didn’t have the opportunities we do now and Meg isn’t allowed to write for the newspaper she works for, but we, as the reader, know she’s a better writer than the bosses son.
Things seem to go from bad to worse (as any good book should) and I had to keep reading to see how Meg and Jack could both get out of their messes and find their way to each others hearts.
You’ll have to read the book to see how they do that, I’m not giving anything away!
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