When a member of her family is brutally gunned down in a random car-jacking, Lucky Santangelo's fury knows no bounds. While she is tracking the killer, her relationship with her husband, charismatic writer and director Lennie Golden, is put to the test. Then, suddenly, into her life comes a man from her past - a man with a dangerous past.
©1999 Jackie Collins (P)2011 Simon and Schuster
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"Lucky in love, Lucky in war - a winning sequel." (People)
Book was great! The tone of the narrator was perfect but her constant swallowing was gross! Must have a ton of spit in her mouth constantly as I have never actually heard that in a reading! Had to listen with one ear bud and a lower volume to avoid hearing it so much! Shame cause she's a good reader! She should maybe back off the mic when she's not speaking :(
Loved this book! Great listen kept me wondering what's next! Great mystery along the way! Carlo was such a slime!
It would have been good if the narrator wasn't so annoying. Was she eating and chewing gum during the entire book?
Very annoying. Sounded like she was eating and chewing gum through entire book
This book was okay. I do enjoy Ms Collins now and then so I do think that IF you like her then you will likely feel that the book is ok! Once again, I do not care for Ms Collins as a narrator of her own books. I like it when the narrator is able to have different voices for the characters and gives the characters more feeling.
If you like Jackie Collins, then you will enjoy this book. Much of this book was far-fetched but the characters and story line were fairly interesting.
Educator in Trumbull County,Ohio
I thought I would love to listen to one of Jackie's Books but it was terrible
Inn at Boonsboro, #3. I have loved them all so far!
No, listening to this author breath???? Really!
Too many to point out!
Don't waste your credit or money!
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