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Act 2 Scene 1: Belle's Estate. Scene 2: On board the S. Gigantic, on the North Atlantic. Scene 3: Belle's Estate. Scene 4: Hollywood. Scene 5: Belle in Hollywood. Scene 6: The office of the Buchsbaum Brothers. Scene 7: A biblical movie set. Needless to say I will not be reading another one of her bo I do not understand the raving reviews about this terrible, terrible book.
Needless to say I will not be reading another one of her books. I feel cheated that I wasted my time reading this instead of something truly entertaining. The characters were poorly developed and I didn't care about one of them. The author also took liberty with basic facts that, in my opinion, demonstrates inattention to detail. One thing that really irked me is that Denver was described as being a 25 year old attorney with 3 years of experience. It also mentioned Denver having a 4 year old Camaro, which was also impossible because they stopped being made in Random fact that most Jackie Collins readers probably don't know or care about, but this inattention to detail is just annoying and diminishes the writer's and editor's credibility.
Also, the dialogue was hackneyed and did ring true with the way these characters would speak to one another. It seemed like the author just sprinkled in designer names like "Cartier" and "Louboutin" with some references to celebrities to try to make it sound glamorous. Maybe it's because I live in Los Angeles and I see glamorous people all the time though I definitely do not run in those social circles , but this book just sounded so inauthentic. Don't get me wrong, I like an easy read sometimes.
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I especially like such books when they're set in Los Angeles. I don't even mind sex in a book, but that seemed to be all the characters thought about and it wasn't even well written. But hey, if you're looking for a mindless read featuring flat characters, an almost nonexistent plot and some sexual encounters written by a 75 year old woman then this is the book for you! View all 8 comments. Dec 21, Jennifer rated it it was ok.
What a stupid book. I wanted something trashy to read on a cruise, but this wasn't even fun. Stupid characters, stupid plot - not even any good sex scenes. I rolled my eyes through any chapter in which she was featured. I'll give it an extra star just for holding my attention on the plane - I held in there to see if everything would be wrapped up neatly without any of these "outrageous" people What a stupid book. I'll give it an extra star just for holding my attention on the plane - I held in there to see if everything would be wrapped up neatly without any of these "outrageous" people being held accountable for being morons.
View 2 comments. Denver, the main protagonist, a hot shot attorney working in L. Jackie Collins manages to come up with so many characters, each interesting in their own way. And although the stories at first have nothing to do with each other, soon all the stories are brought together. My favorite character was Denver and I just loved that she and Bobby are brought together at the end. Another thing I liked about the end was that Collins told what happened with each and every character giving us a closure so no questions are left unanswered. The novel is sexy, fun and enjoyable from beginning to end.
As much as I couldn't put this book down, I hated it. Every character was boring, contrived and overdone. Every situation was predictable. The sexiness synonymous with Jackie is missing. I am tempted to believe that a ghost writer wrote this story and just stuck her name on the cover. I was very disappointed in the poor plot, 2D characters, overdone settings and cliched themes.
Overall a bad read I won't be tempted back to her books unfortunately. As I listen to this I realize I've read it before. This is a good series. Nov 30, Mary rated it did not like it. This was probably the worst book I've ever read cover to cover. The writing was juvenile, and even for chick lit there was absolutely no redeeming quality about it for me. The entire thing basically made me feel like anyone can write a book, stick some celebrity references in it, and have a hit. Jun 24, Carrie rated it it was ok. This book was passed onto me by my mother in law and it was pretty raunchy.
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It was my first Jackie Collins book, and probably my last. Even though the story line and characters kept my interest, it was a little too soap opera for me and I wasn't impressed by the writing. Apr 06, Diane rated it liked it. Collins to add her touch of vulgar language for entertainment to the story.. Aug 27, Samantha Mccoy rated it it was ok. I love love love the Lucky series and was excited to pick up this copy from the library because it continued with a Santangelo via Bobby..
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Usually, it takes me less than a day to finish her book but this one took I was mo I love love love the Lucky series and was excited to pick up this copy from the library because it continued with a Santangelo via Bobby.. I was more thrilled and convinced when Lucky and Lenny hooked up.. Carolyn deserved everything that happened to her.. I swear I would've skipped her part if it wasn't for Gregory and Benito were entertaining even tho as soon as gang was mentioned, I knew what was to come..
Annabelle was crazy fun and I had hoped that somehow in some twisted way they would've got together but alas, wasn't meant to be.. Aug 10, Danielle rated it liked it Shelves: chick-lit. This is a book you have to be in the mood for. I was coming of a 5 book dystopian roll and I needed something to take my mind off the obvious impending dystopian take over of all my literary favors. And this was it. This was the first book I have ever read written by Jackie Collins AND this is a series that I was able to jump into with the latest edition and not feel like I am missing the back story.
I enjoyed stepping out of my comfort zone for a little while. The writing is great, I mean it's This is a book you have to be in the mood for. There are many characters in this book and she switches between them quickly, so I recommend reading this one when you have the time to focus on it. It was easier in audiobook form because there was a flow, and also 3 actors reading the book portraying the characters. But there was a couple I kind of wanted to end up together and I'm not holding my breath.
Hey who knows?? Maybe in the next one. Nov 10, Ryan rated it did not like it. I listened to this on BOCD. Truly one of the silliest, trampiest, uninspired things I've ever experienced. Worse yet, it almost put me to sleep! Nov 27, Barbara rated it it was ok Shelves: Denver Jones is a "hot shot" lawyer, who at 25 somehow has 3 years of experience and has therefore managed to nab big cases and promotions. Despite this introduction to her character, she actually spends the book doing exactly - This book is hard to explain without spoilers so be warned! Despite this introduction to her character, she actually spends the book doing exactly zero legal work.
Instead, she obsesses over her one night stands, baby sits Annabelle though not by choice, as she is assigned by her boss due to the fact that she and Annabelle were teenage friends and eventually abandons what could be her "biggest case" to go running off to Washington to rescue Carolyn. Her perspective is randomly told in the first person, so even though her story line is pointless with nothing really happening, she is comes off as the most likeable.
Annabelle Maestro, daughter of two movie stars, is living in New York with her drug addicted boyfriend, Frankie. The two have a dysfunctional relationship and a functional escort business. When Annabelle's mother is killed, she and Frankie head off to LA for the funeral, where their business is exposed. This part of the story is told from both Annabelle and Frankie's perspective, and would have been interesting had it been developed properly in its' own book, and if it had more than glossed over the very real problems they had. Carolyn- for some reason, her story is included in this book as well.
While Denver and Annabelle at least intersect while Denver "works" on her mother's murder case, Carolyn's story is completely on it's own. Besides being Denver's closest friend, Carolyn works for a state Senator; she is having an affair with him and has gotten pregnant, and so he reasonably enlists the held of a known "gangbanger" to kidnap her which is supposed to induce a miscarriage.
With this story being told from the perspectives of Carolyn, the Senator, Benito, Rosa and Ramirez, the whole thing ends up being filler and a waste of pages. Bobby- again, this is another confusing part of the story. While Bobby's plot intersects with Annabelle he is close friends with Frankie and has known Annabelle since high school , and then with Denver as they are introduced and eventually end up together , it adds no real value to the story.
Apparently, the other books have been about Bobby's mother, who he weirdly and frequently describes as the most beautiful woman he's ever seen he also describes his sister this way, and this somehow isn't meant to be creepy? Bobby owns a club in New York and is looking to franchise in to Vegas, but the chapters from his perspective again do nothing to more the plot forward. These character perspectives switch even within the same chapter, sometimes two or three times in a page.
Add in casual and offensive attitudes towards rape, ridiculous and out of touch dialogue especially surrounding sex, as it is obvious that the author has not recently spent any time with the 26 year old males she writes about , and celebrity references every paragraph because why describe a character when you can compare them to a mixture of JFK, Ashton Kutcher and Robert Pattison?
One small thing on the plus side: this was so bad and trashy that it almost becomes good, and makes it entirely readable. I finished it right until the end, the only thing keeping this from 1 star. Mar 16, Peace Love and Reviews rated it it was amazing. Anabelle Maestro the daughter of two hottest and highest paid actor and actress in Hollywood.
She is the one in the cover. Spoiled, rich, beautiful, sexy and wild. Which also means unappreciated, insecure, selfish. She moved to the east coast after dropping out of college in Boston to get away from her parents' fame and to venture on her own, she did alright, together with her coke addict boyfriend Frankie Romano they are raking in millions, running a very lucrative business - the high end prost Anabelle Maestro the daughter of two hottest and highest paid actor and actress in Hollywood. She moved to the east coast after dropping out of college in Boston to get away from her parents' fame and to venture on her own, she did alright, together with her coke addict boyfriend Frankie Romano they are raking in millions, running a very lucrative business - the high end prostitution ring in New York, geared for the most powerful, rich and famous men.
Bobby Stanislopolous, son of the late Dmitri Stanislopolous, a shipping tycon and Lucky Santangelo a successful business woman who own a chain of hotels in Vegas and is married to Lennie, a Hollywood hot shot. Bobby partnered up with his best friend M. J, and together they are the owner of the hottest club in Manhattan- Mood.