Priceless by Olivia Darling
A Novel

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Three women with nothing in common but a taste for the good life and a shared history of betrayal are about to find out just how far they’ll go to make a name for themselves in the glamorous world of fine art—a place where the stakes are high but the rewards can be . . .
Young, ambitious Lizzy Duffy is determined to become a successful auctioneer—even if it means sleeping her way to the top. But when she suspects that her boss is using her, Lizzy wastes no time in plotting the ultimate revenge. Fine art expert Carrie Klein has come a long way in her career. Now she’s ready to take the London art scene by storm and show her rival she’s not the naïve woman he once took advantage of. And in a drafty farmhouse, impoverished artist Serena MacDonald struggles to support her young daughter by forging Old Master paintings . . . one of which ends up at auction. When her secret is discovered, Serena’s fate may depend on her ability to fabricate one last masterpiece.

From the glittering lights of New York City to the major auction houses of London, internationally bestselling author Olivia Darling delivers an unforgettable novel of ambition and greed, desire and deceit, that’s as alluring and luxurious as a rare work of art.

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About Olivia Darling

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Olivia Darling is also the author of Vintage. She was born and raised in the west of England. She now lives in London with her fiancé. She loves great food, fine wine, and dancing. Doesn't everybody?
Published October 26, 2010 by Dell. 418 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The book is narrated in the third person, which I feel works well because of the three-part storyline, and allows the book to flit back and forth in time as well, as several characters make use of flashbacks in the novel.

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