Not every fairy-tale has a happy ending...
Disenchanted by an unexpected tragedy, Beverly heads from New York to her late-husband's English ancestral home. Whilst most of his family offer comfort, someone has deadly intentions for this damsel in distress... Only the Best will enthral readers of Penny Vincenzi and Jackie Collins.
'A meticulous reconstruction of a society at play' Evening Standard
Beverley feels like the luckiest girl in the world. Champagne, glamour - and Viscount Amesbury, the handsome Englishman who monopolises her at the opening of New York's Herman Gallery.
The fairy-tale romance
A whirlwind courtship, a wedding that is featured in the society pages of fashionable Chichi magazine, and Beverley settles down to married life in a blissful daze.
But where's the happy ending?
An unexpected tragedy calls the grief-stricken girl to England, to Anthony's ancestral home and the upper echelons of English society. Here, Beverley feels sure she can achieve what Anthony would have wanted: only the best for their son and heir. But someone on the magnificent estate seems to have more deadly intentions ...
What readers are saying about Only the Best:
'Makes you see life differently. A well-told story I would happily read again'
'Exciting read - couldn't put it down'
'Excellent. 5 stars'