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Sandra's workaholic lifestyle has kept her at the top of her game at the office in a profession where very few last more than weeks or months at best but at the cost of her social life. When her boss Gary offers her the opportunity to relax in the guise of a working trip to New York, she sees nothing wrong with it but the attention she is getting from her colleagues makes her suspect there may be more to this trip than she is aware of. Navigating office politics is hard enough and near impossible from faraway New York but the real distraction may be the mysterious Adrian who operates with an agenda of his own. Worlds she has kept separate are about to collide in Cameron Greer's The Love Money Buys.
Cameron Greer's debut entry into the romance genre makes quite a statement. The storyline is intriguing as it flows effortlessly between the unusually witty camaraderie of office culture with its interesting language and humorous subplots to the sedate story of love encased in a subtle mystery. The characters are well-constructed and given plausible origin stories layering over their motivations in a style that gives each of them a certain depth you can only find in the real world. The most impressive part of this novel for me has to be the conversations between the characters as it is nothing like the lovesick dross that consistently inundates this genre, cheapening the end product. Instead, Greer brings this story to life with sophistication highlighting every comment and overloading the mind with sensuous pictures of what could be via impressively descriptive storytelling. All this combines to produce the kind of story I almost did not want to see end. Greer is onto something here as the delivery in The Love Money Buys pushes the envelope of the new face of romance.