Book Reviews of Hollywood Divorces

Hollywood Divorces
Hollywood Divorces
Author: Jackie Collins
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780743424110
ISBN-10: 0743424115
Publication Date: 11/30/2004
Pages: 624
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 43 ratings
Publisher: Pocket Star
Book Type: Paperback
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Classic Jackie Collins. A lot of great characters..and a lot of bad behavior.
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Of course Jackie Collins did not dissappoint! She is a master when it comes to celebrities and no matter how old her books are you can still love them and appreciate where she is coming from.
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In L.A., fedelity means never sleeping with anyone less attractive than your spouse....The fun is trying to figure out what real Hollywood characters Collins is caricaturing.
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In L.A., fidelity means never sleeping with anyone less attractive than your spouse...

With the sizzling insider's touch that makes all of her bestsellers "very addictive" (Associated Press), Jackie Collins delivers a page-turning novel of lust, scandal, betrayal, and breakup. Go inside the celebrity marriages of three glamorous women--a beautiful movie actress, a sexy Latina superstar, and a power-hungry director--and unwrap the relationship shockers that even the tabloids don't know: who's playing whom, who wants out, who gets dumped, and who's doing the dumping. This is domestic drama like never before. And these are HOLLYWOOD DIVORCES.
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Jackie Collins....enough said.
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Collins is always dependable for a great read.
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Faithful Hollywood Wives: The New Generation (2001) fans will flock to Collins's latest Tinseltown soap opera, which isn't a sequel but a rehash after all, who can tire of gorgeous, transposable, ambitious, sex-driven jet-setters whose main problems are which hunk to bed and which gown to wear to what party? In Cannes, emerging English actress Shelby Cheney (in a "Badgley Mishka lace gown cut down to Cuba") is looking for a future Oscar nomination, while her husband, matinee idol Linc Blackwood, is looking like he might jump off the wagon. Hot, bitchy Lola Sanchez ("the sexy superstar of the new millennium") is scheming to have Linc who doesn't recognize her as the teenage virgin he once callously deflowered as her next leading man so she can avenge her wounded pride and the botched abortion that left her unable to bear children. And 19-year-old writer/director prodigy Cat Harrison is restless because her hottie Australian musician husband, Jump Jagger, is halfway around the world. Unbeknownst to these dazzling divas, things are about to go south. On a whim, Cat jets to Australia and catches Jump in bed with another woman. Looking to recapture the ecstasy she had with bad boy film director Tony Alvarez, Lola dumps her boring ex-tennis-pro hubby. Leaving Shelby in L.A., boozy Linc skips off to New York to co-star with Lola. Jam-packed with glamorous characters as believable as paper dolls and situations as familiar and credible as in any Collins classic, the novel catapults into bloody tragedy and, later, of course, eternal happiness, as Collins once again delivers a patented Pollyanna ending.
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This is a hard back book. Large print. Brand new looking.