• by Jackie Collins
  • Narrated by Peter Francis James
  • 17 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From chic New York and the exclusive Hamptons to the hungry heart of L.A., this high-suspense tale pulses with deadly obsessions and relentless desires in the seemingly perfect world of a gorgeous film actress. Lara could have any man - but the one she can't resist is a mysterious lover with a shadowed past. As their jolting affair skyrockets with electric passion, shocking secrets break through their hidden traps - in a brilliantly twisting story that sparks with the explosive Jackie Collins touch.


What the Critics Say

"Dishy dirt abounds in Collins' latest glitzy Hollywood soap - a made-for-TV melange of treachery, tragedy and suspense complete with flashbacks and fade-outs. Collins also litters the narrative with names of real-life stars and drops tasty tidbits about unnamed celebs. Collins piles on the glamorous scandals, deceit and raunchy sex that her fans expect - and a couple of spicy secrets surprise at the end. Diehard fans will eat it up." (Publishers Weekly)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

IF YOU LIKE Jackie you will probably like this!

I consider this one of my dumb reads! Something mindless to pass time - I do enjoy reading and listening to books and sometimes I want something mindless so I can cross-stitch or sew while listening. This is one of those books!
An okay narrator but definitely better than when Jackie decides to read herself!
If you like Jackie then you will probably like the book and like I said - it is a mindless book so you can do other things while listening!
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- Michele

Not bad if you like over the top books

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

As an easy read

Would you ever listen to anything by Jackie Collins again?

Probably not.

What do you think the narrator could have done better?

No, the narrator was good

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

not really

Any additional comments?

I loved JC's book back when she wrote Hollywood Husbands. She started the whole trend of voyeurism for Hollywood celebrities. Now with every TV show giving viewers a dose of "reality" JC's books have lost their appeal and the story lines are no longer shocking or leave you in a state of disbelief. Honestly, they are tame compared to reality shows like ROWOT-fill-in-the-blank; hip-hop-nobodies; bad-girls-but actually immature; divas-but not really, etc.

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- Mochalite

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-29-2011
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio