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KWS Publishers announces their new Astor Place Genre Fiction series, a re-introduction of forgotten classics of mystery, romance, science fiction, and the western published since 1945. To introduce the series, KWS presents three works by romance writer Elaine Gordon: Intimate Terms (1988); The Possession (1998); and her latest work, The Pygmalion Complex, published here for the first time.
Intimate Terms: Dolph Robicheck abandons his career as a concert pianist to become the protégé of a wealthy industrialist, learning his way around the financial world of the Orient at the same time that he spends a number of years as one of Europe’s wealthiest bachelors. But Dolph’s world changes when he marries his boss’s daughter, 16-year-old Alahna. What follows is the story of Alahna’s innocence clashing—and ultimately blending—with her husband’s unorthodox lifestyle.
Intimate Terms is going to give Jackie Collins a run for her money.—New York Post
About the Author
Elaine Gordon was raised in south Florida and now lives in Chicago. Formerly a photographer’s model and an interior designer, she is now a wife, mother, an avid sportswoman, and a committed writer: she is currently working on a fourth novel, set in Los Angeles.
Hardcover, Paperback and e-Book
6 x 9; 287 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9842260-1-6 (cloth); 978-0-9842260-2-3 (paper); 978-0-9826900-1-7 (e-book)
April 2011: $29.95 (cloth); $14.95 (paper); $3.99 (e-book)