Sex And The Single Zillionaire: A Novel by Tom PerkinsSex And The Single Zillionaire: A Novel by Tom Perkins

Sex And The Single Zillionaire: A Novel

byTom Perkins

Paperback | January 30, 2007

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Much to his surprise, and the chagrin of his Wall Street partners, Steven Hudson, a very wealthy widower, agrees to appear on the new reality show Trophy Bride. Plucked from his lonely Central Park-view penthouse and dropped into a frothy mix of stunning models, actresses, and athletes, Steven's sober life quickly veers out of control.

Lured from his solitary existence by Jessica James, the smart and sexy producer of Trophy Bride, Steven is smitten and plays along with the TV madness to stay close to Jessie, taping "dates" on his fabulous private jet, the breathtaking slopes of Vail, and his incredible yacht—struggling to show Jessie that he's more than just a zillionaire. But with an engagement ring on her finger from her hot young fiancé, is Steven too late?

Funny, sexy, and at times deeply moving, this debut novel has made waves in bedrooms and boardrooms all across the nation.

Much to his surprise, and the chagrin of his Wall Street partners, Steven Hudson, a very wealthy widower, agrees to appear on the new reality show Trophy Bride. Plucked from his lonely Central Park-view penthouse and dropped into a frothy mix of stunning models, actresses, and athletes, Steven's sober life quickly veers out of control....
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Title:Sex And The Single Zillionaire: A NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:304 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.76 inPublished:January 30, 2007Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060859776

ISBN - 13:9780060859770

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Rated 1 out of 5 by from A "Zillion" Dollar Blunder In an almost gut-wrenching work, Tom Perkins easily manages to horrify his readers with a piece of complete trash. This piece was written in a child-like manner with unrealistic dialogue that draws the reader's attention away from the book. The writing is choppy and amateur, topped off with a plot that is sickly overdone and dull.
Date published: 2007-08-18

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“Slyly wicked.”