Hot Shot by Susan Elizabeth Phillips

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In a single, impulsive act, Susannah Faulconer, the daughter of one of the country's most powerful industrialists, follows her heart and finds herself severed from her family and everything familiar. Now she's the only woman in a world of men...and no etiquette book can teach her how to survive. There's Sam, the charismatic visionary; Yank, the fascinating inventor; and Mitch, the troubled corporate genius. Together, they will force Susannah into the biggest challenge of her life and a bold experiment that will change them all forever.
 

About Susan Elizabeth Phillips

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Susan Elizabeth Phillips soared onto the New York Times bestseller list with Dream a Little Dream. She's the only four-time recipient of the Romance Writers of America's prestigious Favorite Book of the Year Award. A resident of the Chicago suburbs, she is also a hiker, gardener, reader, wife, and mother of two grown sons.
 
Published January 31, 2010 by Susan Elizabeth Phillips. 498 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment. Fiction

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In 1976, California socialite Susannah Faulconer is engaged to marry an up-and-coming executive in her father's technology corporation when Sam Gamble hustles his way into Susannah's well-ordered life with a revolutionary product: a prototype for a microcomputer, the work of electronics maven Yan...

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And, while I appreciate the secondary romance involving Susannah’s sister Paige, I wish she had not been drawn in such devastatingly generic lines – inner good girl who wants her father’s love but becomes a slut.

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