"Fifth Avenue is the most heavenly place," Patty said. "I'd give anything to live there. I'd love to marry a rich man with a mansion on Fifth Avenue."Right. Well, with today's financial crisis, she probably wouldn't have much trouble finding a poor man with a mansion in Manhattan right now.
"Or even a poor man," Diana said, "as long as he had a mansion."
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I was going to say the same thing! Looks like a good book.ReplyDelete
And then I'd add "Be careful what you wish for!"ReplyDelete
Haha great teaser! Mine is at The Crowded Leaf.ReplyDelete
Ha! I suppose it's heavenly if you are into that kind of thing. And a mansion is always a mansion. Great teaser!ReplyDelete
If you'd like, you can check out mine here.
Interesting teaser. Enjoy your book! Here's MineReplyDelete
I like the cover! This sounds like a good read....I look forward to your review.ReplyDelete
Except that it would probably be in foreclosure. Good teaser! Have a good week and happy reading. My teaser is hereReplyDelete
Only if the mansion came with a maid.ReplyDelete
I'd live in the mansion either way.ReplyDelete
He he! Good teaser. Mine does sound very depressing I agree!ReplyDelete
Great teaser! Thanks for visiting my blog!ReplyDelete
yep, the mansion is the important thingReplyDelete
This is supposed to be such a good book as it was a finalist for the Booker Prize.ReplyDelete
Great teaser! I would love to just visit Manhattan.ReplyDelete
Great teaser! She'd have to clean that mansion herself, she may want to rethink.ReplyDelete
This book is on my to-read list. I love books about New York.ReplyDelete
Loved that teaser!!! I wouldn't want to get used to that mansion though because if he's poor I'm sure we'd be evicted in time!! LOL!!ReplyDelete