Book #9: Private Lives

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Author: Tasmina Perry
Publisher: Headline Review (August 04th, 2011)
Pages: 613 
(Including an excerpt from Perfect Strangers)
Chapters: 71

BLURB:

Anna Kennedy loves her career. A young associate with a top media law firm, she’s the lawyer to the stars, hiding their sins from the hungry media. When Anna fails to prevent a damaging story being printed about heart-throb movie star Sam Charles she finds herself fighting to save not only his reputation, but also her own. But Anna is about to uncover a scandal more explosive than even Sam’s infidelities. A party girl is already dead and those responsible are prepared to silence anyone who stands in their way. Not least a pretty young lawyer who knows too much…

review

…REVIEW!

I honestly don’t know what to make of this book. It was a good story, but not a page turner. Some typos and name changes (where Andrew suddenly became Andy) turned me off.

I love thick books, but sometimes authors overwrite which can make the book unenjoyable. I eventually skimmed through some chapters.

I was warned not to read the book because many people did not like the ending, but I like to be the judge. The ending was not bad and it ended the way I wanted it to. I guess readers wanted to find out what happened to Larry and his cheating wife (wasn’t it obvious?) and Sam and Jessica (I didn’t care for these two).

That being said, I don’t know if I’ll read another book from this author.

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RATING:

2

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