|Winning Ways (1996) [Novel]|
by Barbara Boswell
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(From the publisher):
In the great game of power, fame, and the media, it's every man -- and woman -- for themselves. There's no place on the agenda for scandal... and absolutely no room for love. Or so some people think...
Smart, poised and beautiful Claire Gray has always been an asset to her congressman father's career. But while she knows the ways and means of Washington, she is surprisingly naive about the wild and worldly men -- like reporter Zane Griffin.
A skeptic assigned to cover the congressman's reelection bid, Zane is mesmerised by Gray's enchanting, sharp-tongued daughter. And Claire's stinging barbs and cool comebacks cannot quench the fire that is drawing her into the arms of the devil-may-care newspaperman. But a big story is brewing, a hungry reporter's dream, full of death threats, official misconduct, and family secrets -- a story that could destroy a campaign... and a blossoming romance as well.
Original title: Winning Ways
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Contemporary
Fiction→ Romance→ Romantic-Suspense