Pot of Gold by Judith Michael

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Clare Goddard had little money to spare on lottery tickets. But she bought one anyway, spoiling herself with the thought of 'what if?' The next day she won sixty million dollars. For Claire and her teenage daughter Emma it means every fantasy fulfilled. Designer clothes, expensive new cars, exotic holidays, a lavish new home, they can have anything they want - and more. And the 'more' comes in a chance encounter with Quentin Eiger and his dashing son Brix. The wealthy and sophisticated president of a cosmetics empire, Quentin helps ease Claire into a life of luxury. And Brix introduces the beautiful and besotted Emma into love - and the life of a top-class model. But if the rich are different, they can also be dangerous. For the men in the lives of Claire and Emma are about to jeopardize something far more valuable than money: their friendship, their security - and even their lives ...
 

About Judith Michael

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Judith Michael is the pseudonym of the married-couple writing team of Judith Barnard and Michael Fain. They began their writing career by writing newspaper and magazine articles on family, marriage, and relationships, then they turned to the writing of novels in 1982. Some of their works include "Deceptions," "Acts of Love," "Pot of Gold," "Sleeping Beauty," and "A Tangled Web." Judith Barnard and Michael Fain have homes in Aspen, Colorado, and Chicago.
 
Published January 1, 1994 by MICHAEL JOSEPH LTD. 480 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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 Another novel from the PC of Judith Michael—really a husband a wife writing team based in Aspen and Chicago, known for their popular, plumped-up category-style romances (Sleeping Beauty, A Ruling Passion, etc.).

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Although this book's central message is a monumental platitude (``Money can't buy happiness,'' intones the protagonist), the point is made with clarity and considerable suspense. Claire Goddard is a h

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This four-week PW bestseller portrays the conflicts and quandries of a single mother who wins $60 million in the lottery. (Aug.)

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Although this book's central message is a monumental platitude (``Money can't buy happiness,'' intones the protagonist), the point is made with clarity and considerable suspense. Claire Goddard is a h

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