Love, California Series - Beverly Hills, Book 2
by Jan Moran
December 15, 2014
Available in: Audio, e-Book, Trade Size
In the glamorous world of high stakes beauty and fashion,
Scarlett Sandoval is a top intellectual property attorney in
such demand that her firm sends private jets to shuttle her
between Los Angeles, New York, London, and Madrid. In the
midst of a critical trademark deal between a top fashion
designer and an international cosmetic company, Scarlett is
shocked to learn that in order to achieve her coveted
partnership, one devious partner expects more than she is
willing to surrender. Soon she is marked for murder.
Her denial not only threatens to derail her hard-won career,
but it also endangers her life and the lives of those close
to her. Johnny, a handsome Beverly Hills restaurant owner
she’s known all her life, offers his protection, but
one fateful evening, their platonic friendship ignites.
When Scarlett’s world erupts and she discovers there
is no way back to the life she once had, her other single
friends help her through the turmoil. Can Scarlett mend her
life, or has she made an irrevocable mistake in business,
and in love?
Beauty Mark is the second book in the Love,
California series (formerly the Hostile Beauty series), but
can also be read as a stand-alone novel. Follow a group of
smart, stylish, entrepreneurial friends as they navigate the
turbulences of modern life in the business of beauty. Set in
Beverly Hills with action flung across the globe, this
engaging series features gutsy, determined best friends, and
how they manage to live the lives of their dreams.
Jan Moran is a Rizzoli bestselling and award-winning author. She writes historical women's fiction for St. Martin's Press (The Winemakers, Scent of Triumph), a contemporary women's fiction series (The Love, California series), and nonfiction books. Her stories are smart and stylish, and written with emotional depth. Jan often draws on her international travel and business experiences, infusing her books with realistic details. The Midwest Book Review and Kirkus have recommended her books, calling her heroines strong, complex, and resourceful. She blogs for ProjectEve and at www.janmoran.com.Jan has been featured in numerous publications and on television and radio, including CNN, Women's Wear Daily, Allure, InStyle, and O Magazine. As an editor and writer, she has covered fragrance, beauty, and spa travel for a variety of publications such as Cosmopolitan, Elle, Costco Connection, and Porthole Cruise. Clients have included Sephora, DFS, JCPenney, and Nordstrom.Jan speaks before many groups, including Fashion Group International, The Fragrance Foundation, and The American Society of Perfumers. She has represented brands and retailers in media on behalf of several public relations companies, including Edelman and DeVries. Jan is available for speaking engagements.Jan enjoys receiving letters and emails from readers, and is available to speak to book clubs about her writing and entrepreneurship. Visit her personal website or blog to contact her.