WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE?
"Utterly believable characters, glamorous locales and timely subject matter make Introducing the Richest Family in America an engaging and fun read that draws you in. I found it hard to put down."
--Kavita Deswani, author of The Village Bride of Beverly Hills
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Well, of course, we're talking about characters in a novel who only resemble real people in that they live in the heart of California and have much more money than they know what to do with. We are not naming names here, but many of these people are quite good-looking, and a few of them are in great physical shape. They live in mansions you and I would die for. But underneath all the wealth and the mansions and the mystique and the money are their lives as satisfying, sexy, adventurous, and as frankly fabulous as one might think? The book does answer this question.
One character is a very beautiful and flirtatious woman from China who enjoyed a geyser of international fame when she won a major golf tournament in the United States... but now? She returns to America seeking fortune in the land of the free and the home of the brave, and if she plays her cards right and keeps her game on course not to mention everything else she may have a chance to fill her family's empty factories with an old American business and also to fascinate and perhaps to marry one of America's richest men.
One very major character is gay, but not in the conventional and boring limp-wristed sort of way. No, this blue-blooded, highly perfectly principled man if flawed gay man is quite successful in business and drop-dead handsome with a nearly perfect body. A Pisces with Gemini rising, he has a partner who is just as handsome and talented as he is if not more so and their relationship is perfect. He lives in a castle and has closets full of totally fabulous and tasteful garments, and he and his partner have lots and lots of well-placed friends and influence not to mention all of the best clients and contacts you could imagine and they are both wonderful dancers, among other things.
The smiling face that hides the blade in Introducing the Richest Family in America is a corporate lawyer of dubious morality ... you would probably sense something the minute he climbed out of his Mercedes sedan, shook your hand like a piece of hot toast and opened his mouth, seldom to close it again.
Still another character is an unbelievably rich man although you might not know the extent of his great wealth by looking at him ... he does not exactly take over the room, but he actually has more money than Warren Buffett, Rupert Murdoch, or the fabulous new political maven Donald Trump all put together and he remains capable of passionate love.
Another character is the best known plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills and Santa Barbara, if you watch late night TV. Many have already seen his ads.
Another extraordinarily beautiful character regularly flies away from her mansion in Montecito to fashion shows all over the world, a major league clothes horse and by any standard a drop-dead beautiful woman. She has a better body than any of the Kardashians and is almost a little too perfect, if you know what I mean. She drives a little white Alfa Romero in which her blonde hair blows back like Grace Kelly but she doesn't know how hot she really is.
One historical character with a pivotal cameo is ... dead.
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