A More Per­fect Love

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January 1, 2013

The future looks bright for Cathy Gold, recent sum­ma cum laude Vas­sar grad­u­ate, until her con­trol­ling father, snatch­es away her dream job, insist­ing she mar­ry the nice Jew­ish boy next door. So, she jumps at the chance for one last taste of free­dom as tem­po­rary book­keep­er at a Catskills resort. 

Thomas Cullen used hard work and Irish charm to escape the fac­to­ry that maimed him and took his father’s life. As man­ag­er of the resort, he’s work­ing toward his own Amer­i­can dream. He doesn’t need the dis­trac­tion of the strong willed and bril­liant Cathy, but he can’t resist the pas­sion that flares when they are together.

The Irish immi­grant is the last per­son Cathy’s par­ents would choose for her, but he’s the only man to encour­age her ambitions.

They would have a chance at a future togeth­er if it weren’t for 1948 rules on class, reli­gion, and gen­der, and a sud­den scan­dal at the resort that threat­ens them both.

To suc­ceed in love and their Amer­i­can dreams, they must refuse to give up and be will­ing to break the rules.

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