• The Heiress Hunt

  • The Fifth Avenue Rebels, Book 1
  • By: Joanna Shupe
  • Narrated by: Justine Eyre
  • Length: 9 hrs and 17 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (34 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

USA Today Bestselling Author

“Nothing makes me happier than a new book from Joanna Shupe!”—Sarah MacLean

High society reprobate.

An unconventional heiress.

Childhood friends.

Is it too late...

Knickerbocker scoundrel Harrison Archer returns to New York to discover that his deceased father has bankrupted his estranged family. To save them from ruin, he’s forced to quickly find and marry an heiress. For a matchmaker, Harrison turns to the one woman he wishes he could marry: his childhood friend and true love, Maddie, who once broke his heart and is now engaged to a duke.

For true love? 

When her best friend Harrison left for Paris without a word, Maddie Webster took refuge in her infatuation with tennis. Now Harrison is back and needs her help in finding a bride. Begrudgingly, Maddie arranges a house party in Newport with a guest list of eligible heiresses. But watching Harrison flirt with potential brides is more than she can bear.

When Harrison and Maddie reunite, the passion between them ignites. But with their marriages to others looming, time is running out. Is their fate inescapable . . .or can love set them free?

©2021 Joanna Shupe (P)2021 HarperCollins Publishers

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ooooh so good

absolutely loved this book. steamy, romantic. made perfect by Justine Eyre s brilliant narration. certainly worth a credit.

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  • Morgan Windle (Morgan & Many Books)
  • 03-10-21

I am a little shocked Joanna Shupe wrote this

I won’t get into the nitty gritty. Justine Eyre is a gem and really delivers Shupe’s Gilded Age romances. This story however, was lacking in empathy, depth, cohesion/direction, and left me strangely devastated on behalf of, rather oddly—Harrison.

Will hope for better in the next installment, of course, as I won’t give up on such a good writer. But this is Shupe‘s first misstep in my opinion.