Almost Doesn't Count by Angela Winters

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Amid the glitz and glam of Washington, D.C.'s elite circle of movers and shakers are three ambitious ladies reaching for the top--and ready to face any obstacle in their way. . .

Switching from life on the White House fast track to stay-at-home mom doesn't quite suit Sherise--especially once she suspects her husband is having an affair. And when she receives a threatening note, it's clear someone wants revenge--but who, and for what?. . ..When successful lawyer Billie gets romantically involved with a client who might be involved in a drug operation, she discovers she may have made a fatal mistake--and far more than her career is on the line. . ..Juggling her work at the Pentagon with her personal life is turning out to be more complicated--and more dangerous--than Erica expected. When her little brother gets pulled into the fray, Erica will have to make a life-changing choice. . ..Between conniving exes, power hungry bosses, meddling relatives, and secrets that just won't stay hidden, these ladies are making their own personal headlines--in the world's most news-making city. . .

Praise for Angela Winters

". . .full of believable drama. . ." --Romantic Times on Back on Top

"A Dynasty-esque mix of money, power, sex, and crime." --Washingtonian.com on View Park </I

 

About Angela Winters

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Winters was born in Chicago, the youngest of six children. She began writing short stories and poems at the age of eleven. She received her Bachelor's in Communications at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. She is currently a consultant with a Fortune 500 financial services company in the DC metro area.
 
Published August 28, 2012 by Kensington Books. 337 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Series, Winters (Back on Top) revisits the stories of Sherise Robinson, Billie Carter, and Erica Kent, best friends who overcame hardscrabble childhoods to enter the elite social circles of Washington, D.C.

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