The Prince of Broadway: Uptown Girls


Product Details

Avon Books
Publish Date
4.1 X 6.5 X 1.1 inches | 0.4 pounds
Mass Market Paperbound

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About the Author

Joanna Shupe has always loved history, ever since she saw her first Schoolhouse Rock cartoon. In 2013, she won Romance Writers of America's prestigious Golden Heart(R) Award for Best Historical. Since then, her books have appeared on numerous yearly “best of” lists, including Publishers Weekly, The Washington Post, Kirkus Reviews, Kobo and BookPage. She lives in New Jersey with her two spirited daughters and dashing husband.&nbsp >


"An intelligent, sexy romp!"--Entertainment Weekly
"Shupe masterfully captures the culture of New York City in the 1890s. Witty repartee, lush sensuality, and a fast-paced plot are sure to delight readers."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"A wild and bold uptown girl meets her match in a brooding casino owner bent on revenge against her family in this Gilded Age romance. An absolute ace, guaranteed to thrill fans of great gambling-house romances by Sarah MacLean and Lisa Kleypas."--Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
"Shupe continues her lusciously detailed Gilded Age-set series with a dynamic duo determined to get what they want at any cost. Sensual and passionate and with an unconventional, intriguing story line, this second in the series is one readers will clamor for."--Library Journal (starred review)
"With The Prince of Broadway, the second in her Gilded Age-set Uptown Girls series, Shupe continues to cut her very own swath through the historical romance subgenre by effectively using her literary moxie for mixing savvy characterization, an intriguingly different historical setting, and scorching sensuality to create the kind of captivating love stories romance readers crave."--Booklist (starred review)
"Joanna Shupe vividly evokes 1890s New York, from glamorous restaurants to a Bowery boxing hall to the original Madison Square Garden."--New York Times Book Review