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Review of Exceeding Expectations by Lisa Smith

Exceeding Expectations by Lisa April Smith
* I received this book from the author. No promise of a review was given. No compensation was received.*
From the author: It’s 1961 and Palm Beach socialite, irresistible rascal and devoted father Jack Morgan encounters genuine danger while staging his suicide to shield his beloved daughters from disgrace. Next, meet his daughter Charlotte (Charlie), an over-indulged 23 year-old struggling to cope with the traumatizing loss of her beloved father, her sister’s resulting mental breakdown and the discovery that she’s now penniless. Fortunately Raul, an admiring young attorney, appears to offer assistance. As terrified as she is about daily survival, Charlie soon realizes that she has to learn what drove her father to kill himself. With Raul’s much needed ego-bolstering and new-found determination, Charlie discovers a practical use for her lanky 5’ 11” frame. This career will not only finance her sister’s costly treatment, but an ocean-spanning jour…