In Lorraine Zago Rosenthal's sequel to "New Money," Savannah Morgan delves into the mystery of her late media mogul father's death and uncovers more than she ever expected. In "New Money," Savannah Morgan was thrust into high society New York when she learned she was the sole heir to her media mogul father's billion dollar fortune. In "Independently Wealthy "she is living her dream life on the Upper West Side, excelling at her job as an editorial assistant, and enjoying her handsome new boyfriend, Alex. Everything in Savannah's life should be perfect--except she can't ignore the mystery of her father's death. Her hopes of solving this complicated and dangerous mystery are shared by Caroline Stone--her newfound sister who is slowly becoming a friend. Savannah decides to investigate, but not everyone wants Savannah to know the truth. Her domineering older brother, Ned has his own problems, including a lingering regret over his recent divorce, the constant pressure of running the Stone media empire, and managing a playboy bachelorhood. As Savannah's quest for the truth becomes more complicated and dangerous she is led to Washington, D.C., an alluring stranger, and more surprises, trouble, and changes than she ever could have imagined. Readers will be swept away by Savannah Morgan once again as she unravels the mystery of her father's death on Capitol Hill with all the charm and perseverance of when she first arrived in New York City.
Praise for "New Money: ""Rosenthal tackles some contemporary issues in the midst of an agreeable fantasy." --"Kirkus Reviews"""New Money "is a fun, funny, heartfelt novel with a heroine so human and charming you can't help rooting for her. Lorraine Zago Rosenthal is a bright new voice in women's fiction." --Kristin Hannah, "New York Times" bestseeling author of "Firefly Lane "and "True Colors""Who doesn't dream of waking up one day to find out you're the sole heir to a billionaire's fortune? (That's not just me, right?!) In Lorraine Zago Rosenthal's "New Money", Savannah Morgan goes from a modest Souther upbringing to Manhattan high society in a New York minute. This delightful coming-of-age story will touch you, make you laugh, and keep you turning the pages long into the night." --Brenda Janowitz, author of "Recipe for a Happy Life"Praise for "Other Words for Love" "Honestly confronts the pain associated with coming of age and first heartbreak." --"Publishers Weekly"
LORRAINE ZAGO ROSENTHAL was born and raised in New York City. She earned a bachelor's degree in psychology and a master's degree in education from the University of South Florida. She also earned a master's degree in English, with a concentration in American and British literature, from Northern Kentucky University. Lorraine's debut novel, "Other Words for Love," was published in 2011, and her second novel, "New Money," was published in 2013. She currently lives near Cincinnati, OH with her husband.