Lorraine Zago Rosenthal was born and raised in New York City and is a graduate of the University of South Florida. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Master's degrees in Education and English. Her debut novel, OTHER WORDS FOR LOVE, was published by Random House (Delacorte Press) in 2011. Her second novel, NEW MONEY, was published by Macmillan/St. Martin's Press (Thomas Dunne Books) in 2013. INDEPENDENTLY WEALTHY (the sequel to NEW MONEY) was published in 2014 by Macmillan/St. Martin's Press (Thomas Dunne Books). It was featured among "The Best Books" in People Magazine's "People Picks: A Dozen Cool Things to See, Hear, Read and Download this Week."
Although Nurse Jackie’s third season isn’t quite as strong as it has been in the past and would benefit from a deeper analysis of Jackie’s personality, its many good performances and its clever blend of comedy and drama make it worth watching.
With its government corruption, political scandals, bruised soldiers just home from war, and catastrophic financial losses due to the original Ponzi scheme, this '20s tale isn't much different from politics and business these days.
With his monotone radio-announcer voice and wooden mannerisms, Ray is missing what Richard Gere had in American Gigolo—the smooth suaveness required for smart, wealthy women to fork over wads of cash for his services