In their irresistible novel, Hot Property, Michele, Samantha, and Sabrina Kleier—the stars of HGTV’s hit real estate reality show Selling New York—bring readers past the doormen and into the glitz, gilding, and gossip of Manhattan society.
Elizabeth Chase and her daughters, Kate and Isabel, are the leading ladies of New York City real estate. At Chase Residential, their family-run firm, they spend their days walking the city’s highest society through the most luxurious properties in the most fashionable neighborhoods.
Though the town houses have marble floors and the co-ops park views, life behind closed doors isn’t always as glamorous as it seems. From the enigmatic Countess who just won’t make an offer to the billionaire mogul seeking more than an apartment from his lovely realtor, from backstabbing brokers to cutthroat bidding wars, the Chases’ work keeps them on their toes. But life is about to become even more complicated. Just as Isabel and her boyfriend decide to take the next step, Kate finds herself with a broken heart and an uncertain future. And when Chase Residential’s very existence is threatened by a terrible betrayal, the family comes together to save the business that is at the center of each of their lives.
Hot Property gives readers a peek inside the white-glove-protected doors of New York’s most exclusive enclaves—from the Upper East Side to Tribeca and back up to Central Park—while telling a story of family, loyalty, and all the other things money can’t buy.
Michele Kleier is the president and chairman of Gumley Haft Kleier, one of Manhattan’s premier real estate brokerages. The mother of three children—Samantha, Sabrina, and Jonathan—she lives on Park Avenue with her husband and business partner, Ian, and their three Maltese, Lola, Roxy, and Dolly.
Before entering real estate, Samantha Kleier was the youngest vice president in the history of the entertainment public relations firm Susan Blond Inc. She lives around the corner from her mother, with her husband, JP, and their children, Chase and Caroline.
Sabrina Kleier began her career at NBC’s Access Hollywood, where she created and produced “Hot Spots,” a segment covering what’s hot in New York. She lives a couple of blocks away from her mother and sister, with her husband, Robert; their son, Cooper; and their shih tzu, Dixie. Samantha and Sabrina—now executive vice presidents at GHK—are both graduates of the Horace Mann School and the University of Pennsylvania. The Kleiers are costars of HGTV’s hit reality series Selling New York.
Anybody who gave this book any more than 1 star is obviously a close friend of the Kliers. I can't fathom any other explanation. I purchased this book (what a waste! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Beagie
Bought for a Christmas present based on interest in the HGTV show. My sweety correctly found the self promotion and the name dropping to be excessive and uninteresting.Published 22 months ago by RC
This novel was just a fun beach read and one that is easily shared with friends. No bad language and that is hard to come by now days.Published on September 29, 2012 by Elsie Cullen
I wanted to enjoy this book, actually kept wishing the a plot or character would develop even a slight one. Never happened! Read morePublished on August 30, 2012 by Katherine W. Moore
I could not believe how thin, vacuous and utterly stupid this excuse for a book was. The three "authors" are the most self-involved, obnoxious trio to come down the pike in a long... Read morePublished on July 13, 2012 by Yona Zeldis McDonough
I wanted to like this book. It sounded interesting. Alas, it was NOT.
Imagine someone stalking one of the characters in Gossip Girl, and taking notes: what they are... Read more
A psychiatrist would have a field day with this fictional family. I'm hoping that it doesn't reflect too accurately on the Kleiers, but I'm afraid that it does. Read morePublished on April 19, 2012 by Proofreader
This book left my wife scratching her head. While the title and description would attract readers like her, the lack of a cohesive plot, original concepts or writing skill left her... Read morePublished on February 23, 2012 by Richard Sutton
No plot....just endless bragging. The story never got started.
Even the supposed intriguing characters were a total disappointment by the end of the book. Read more