The Devil Wears Pradas meets The Kahills of Willow Walk, with some million dollar differences.

The Kahill family of WV is a close-knit family that could be anyone...but they were hardly as "normal" as they seemed. Laden with secrets in multi-generations, I have found myself drawn through a tale of great triumph and great loss.
Feb. 14, 2011 - PRLog -- Sylvia K. Hamilton

Remember the smash hit "The Devil Wears Prada"? The whole thing revolved around the fashion industry in New York City. Now you can breathe easier if you've been waiting for a sequel.  S.K. Hamilton has just what you've been looking for. The Kahills of Willow Walk takes you back to the same place but you get to look at it from an outsider’s viewpoint. Yes, Katarina Kahill, successful designer from small town Wheeling, West Virginia, suddenly gets her big break, but now you will get to see the same things you saw in The Devil Wears Prada--from the other side of the tracks. You won't want to miss it. It is available at or can be ordered at your favorite bookstores or from Hamilton’s website.

Sylvia K. Hamilton was born and raised in Wheeling, West Virginia. The beautiful countryside was her inspiration for the novel, The Kahills of Willow Walk. Hamilton says, “My favorite character, Granddad Jedediah Joseph Kahill is a carbon copy of my own dear grandfather, Roy J. Gary, Sr.”

The sequel to The Kahills of Willow Walk…titled…For the Love of Willow Walk was released  November 2010. Currently in progress is a third in the Willow Walk series…titled…Forever Willow Walk. Website:

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Willow Walk Books offer the best of reading. This includes books in series and sequels and family sagas. The genres vary. Mostly Romance/Christian. Some autographed copies by authors.
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