Sunday, April 14, 2013
It’s 1933, the height of the Big-Band era, and beautiful Lake Geneva is already well established as a summertime playground for Chicago’s elite. Local girl Meg Alden works at the town newspaper, but she aspires to be a reporter—a job given only to men. When a position opens up, Meg spies an opportunity to break into the business. That is, until Jack Wallace, the son of a big-city newspaper magnate, is hired instead. Jack is drawn to Meg and suggests they combine forces to uncover a local scandal. But how can Meg work with the man who stole her job. . .and makes her pulse race?
I never received this book to review so I have no comment.
The question: Do you enjoy historical novels where women desires positions held only by men (at the time?) What do you think about them?
I will select a winner next weekend using "the Hat" randomizer program.