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A Woman's Prerogative: Novel

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Greta Sadler, 32, returns home to Reno after 10 adventurous years on the east coast and, against her iconic father’s wishes, meshes with Alex Mackenzie, 34, a hi-tech geologist. To prove themselves, they seek a fabled Sierra goldmine “lost” for 100 years. This story has historical roots in the gold and silver rushes to the west 1849—1869. Alex, Greta’s lover, is detested b ...more
Kindle Edition, 316 pages
Published August 8th 2018 by Steven C. Brandt
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Aug 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The author has crafted a great story about business and how a woman, Greta, takes the failing company and works on it against opposition from board members.

Her love interest Alex, a geologist with a passion for gold discovers an old mine with his brother, who betrays him, and Frank an old-timer. They discover gold and have to protect it from thieves.

In the end, Greta becomes a powerful woman.
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Apr 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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A Woman’s Prerogative was a great read. It was easy to read. The characters were very interesting. It kept my interest up during the whole book. Alex and Greta each had their own interesting story and were so much in love. As their lives got more complex you could feel them pulling away and moving on to accomplish greater things.
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