VINTAGE JANE: Spotlight on New York & The Secretary’s Seduction

I love, love, love New York. I try to visit the city every year for at least one weekend, and I even took Surfer Ty and my boys there a year and a half ago just before Christmas.  New York has always been magical, even when its freezing or blistering hot. I love the buildings, the noise, the energy, and of course Times Square with all the great theatres.

I’ve had characters based in New York in several books (Marta and Shey in Odd Mom Out) but The Secretary’s Seduction, a Harlequin Presents published back in August 2005, is set smack dab in the middle of Manhattan.

In The Secretary’s Seduction plain, mousy, insecure Winnie Graham works for fabulously rich, gorgeous businessman Morgan Grady, a man who doesn’t even know she exists. I loved writing this story and in some ways this story was a turning point in my career. Winnie was such a delightful character to write and New York was such a fantastic setting.

My Travel Spotlight on New York features my picks for some of the city’s most romantic and memorable destinations, plus some of the best photos I took while sightseeing. See more of what the setting of The Secretary’s Seduction has to offer.

Do you have a New York spot that you adore in particular? Does one of the photos in my travel feature jump out at you?

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