Hollywood Wives: The New Generation

Hollywood Wives: The New Generation

by Jackie Collins
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Hollywood Wives - the New Generation 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's a Fun page turner and the characters are easy to identify with as well to like or dislike. If you are a fan of her novels you will like this book.
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LookingCalifornia More than 1 year ago
I know Jackie Collins is the queen of trashy celebrity fiction so I didn't expect much, but this book was just bad! Not only does Collins use the most obnoxious phrasing in her dialogue, such as " I dunno" and "wanna" and the like, but I detested the way she made every sentence contain a word in italics to emphasize how stupid the characters could sound. If you read Collins, you must know what I mean. All her characters sound like they didn't finish grade school. The women are all depicted as s l u t s, b i t c h e s, airheads, or money-grubbing sharks and the men are all portrayed as either dopeheads, killers, sexual deviants or complete whimps. I realize that people are in fact like this, but not everyone is! This gets boring after a while. If all the characters are like this, then no one stands out and that's exactly what happens in Collins books.
Guest More than 1 year ago
After reading Chances, Lucky, Hollywood Wives etc..This book really didn't get me as involved but it still made me giddy with the little flirtations and all the sexual tension that Jackie Collins is oh so famous for. It just needed to be a few thousand pages longer.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As with any other Jackie Collins' book, I couldn't put it down! I loved the story's plot and the climax was killer. She still writes with same strong and accurate feeling as she always has. It's a great read that you won't want to put down. Famous and familiar characters return to entice with new drama.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love all of Jackie Collins' books and this one was right up there with the rest of them. I read the book in less than a day because once I got started I couldn't put it down. She knows how to draw people into her books and keep your attention.
Guest More than 1 year ago
In her usual shocking and sultry style, Jackie Collins hits us with another one of her amazing books. As they always do, this book draws you in from the first page and leaves you thinking about the larger-than-life characters long after you have finished the book. Too bad she only writes one book a year because I am hooked!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book proves to me that Jackie Collins' style is becoming repetitive, and lacks the punch of her earlier novels that shocked readers.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Hollywood superstar Lissa Roman thinks her fourth spouse Gregg Lynch is seeing another woman. Lissa puts up with a lot from her men, but refuses to accept womanizing. Will she toss Gregg out of her life?

Lissa¿s daughter Nicci feels confused between her fiancé Evan Richer and her future brother-in-law Brian. She loves both of them yet finds she is more attracted to Brian. Will she choose Brian over Evan?

Lissa visits private investigator Michael Scorsinni to make inquiries into Gregg¿s philandering. When Lissa and Michael first meet, a spark ignites, but both keep the relationship strictly business. Michael has tapes of Gregg¿s cheating and promises to handle everything required to throw him out of Lissa¿s home. Will Lissa and Michael follow up on that initial attraction?

Meanwhile ex-con Eric Vernon sets a plot in motion to kidnap Nicci. He pretends to be gay to attain information from Lissa¿s assistant Danny and begins to follow Nicci to learn her habits. Will Eric succeed in abducting Nicci?

Jackie Collins is a strange phenomenon that defies the logic of literature. Though the readers know its fluff Ms. Collins somehow hooks you for no logical reason into a one sitting read in which you feel totally entertained but not sure why. The HOLLYWOOD WIVES ¿ THE NEW GENERATION fits that classification as the story contains two intriguing major subplots and three other unnecessary but enticing minor subplots. Ms. Collins has done it again, as her fans will savor her latest contemporary fiction. Will the audience finally understand why we love Ms Collins?

Harriet Klausner