I always read Jackie Collins novels. She was the first novelist I read when I moved beyond young adult books. Her characters are always familiar and it is always an enjoyable and predictable trip. The best part about this book is that all the characters were new. Jackie Collins will sometimes move past characters into new books, and that is great at times, but it can become stale.
I like the ease of the story. It was easy to pick up and listen to, it is not great writing, more of a fun book.
I have never listened to any of Jackie Collins books on audible before. I was very excited when the narrator said that she would be voicing one of the characters. Ummmmmmm, Jackie Collins has an off putting voice. It did not make the story more fun. There was one other reader, a girl, who had a very stilted way of reading her character. Almost robotic. The rest of the cast was great. Overall it was an enjoyable book.
That would be a lot of time with headphones. If I were driving in the car I would have listened straight though, but I can't ever imagine have that much time another way.
Any reader who knows Jackie Collins know what to expect. A little bit Hollywood, some drama involving a bad guy, and people who fall in and out of love. She is a fun writer. Do not read her stuff if you are looking for anything more.
I did not read the book, but I do think that the audio version was done very well.
A pivotal point after the secret is revealed.
Her voice is amazing.
The day after the secret is revealed. That is one of my worst fears.
I read additional books by this author to see if they were as good. She is a good read, fun, enjoyable and good for people who are interested in relationship type books. She gives many points of view which is good when reading a book about a subject that affects so many different people.
Intriguing, specific, unforgettable.
The mom. I found her to be the most confusing, and yet not entirely unlikeable.
No, it was not really that kind of book.
This book evidently has a cult following. The reason I chose it was because I had read a review in People magazine. Nora Jones had listed it as her favorite book, and when I read more about it, people were saying it is a book they have read multiple times. I am not in that cult. It was different, but not my kind of book. I recommend books if they are well written and have something worth saying. This is a book that has something to say. Not a waste of time, but not my choice of "must reads".
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