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ePub Bitch download
Author:
Jackie Collins
ISBN13:
978-0671737856
ISBN:
0671737856
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Publisher:
Pocket; Reissue edition (December 1, 1990)
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ePub file:
1811 kb
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1772 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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190

Synopsis of The Bitch. The bestselling novel by Jackie Collins is back. Brand new for 2012 – Fontaine and Nico have no idea what they’ve just gotten themselves into.

Casinos, swimming pools, orgies, race horses, gangsters, sex-in-the-shower – it’s all there. Synopsis of The Bitch. Brand new for 2012 – Fontaine and Nico have no idea what they’ve just gotten themselves int. as Vegas.

It plunges you into the reckless, dangerous world of the Santangelo crime family. In Chances, Lucky grew up in a top crime family; in Lucky, she was married three times; in Lady Boss, she took on Hollywood and bought Panther Studios; and in Vendetta, she fought off a lifelong enemy to keep the studio, and her husband. for New York to escape her indifferent parents.

Jackie Collins brings us another novel in the Santangelo series, though Lucky only plays a peripheral role in this one. Instead, this story is more about Lucky's son Bobby and his old friends and acquaintances from high school

Jackie Collins brings us another novel in the Santangelo series, though Lucky only plays a peripheral role in this one. Instead, this story is more about Lucky's son Bobby and his old friends and acquaintances from high school. One of Bobby's buddies is Frankie, the coke-addicted boyfriend of Annabelle Maestro, another classmate and the daughter of movie star parents.

Typical Jackie Collins novel But that's expected from a Jackie Collins novel. Nico finds he's dead broke and spends the rest of the novel trying to get himself out of this mess (big time gambling debt).

Typical Jackie Collins novel. It held my attention and was an easy distraction for awhile; but, the more of her books I read, the greater my disappointment in realizing that she, as an author, has a rather limited range. All of her books carry a similar theme. But that's expected from a Jackie Collins novel. Fontaine in the meantime is trying to rejuvenate her London night club, while at the same time ignores all advances from Nico, although deep down she is very attracted to him.

Jacqueline Jill Collins OBE (4 October 1937 – 19 September 2015) was an English romance novelist. She moved to Los Angeles in the 1960s and spent most of her career there. She wrote 32 novels, all of which appeared on The New York Times bestsellers list. Eight of her novels have been adapted for the screen, either as films or television miniseries. She was the younger sister of Dame Joan Collins.

Jackie Collins is the author of 32 books. Hi, I was just watching an interview with Jackie Collins from a few. years back and she referred to her memoir. In 2012, Jackie updated portions of THE BITCH and re-released. com, Apple Books, Kobo.

A carousel town set in the middle of the desert  .

Jackie Collins started writing as a teenager, making up steamy stories her schoolmates paid to devour. Her first book, The World Is Full of Married Men became a sensational bestseller because Of its open sexuality and the way it dealt honestly with the double standard

Jackie Collins started writing as a teenager, making up steamy stories her schoolmates paid to devour. Her first book, The World Is Full of Married Men became a sensational bestseller because Of its open sexuality and the way it dealt honestly with the double standard

Poor Little Bitch Girl.

Legendary mega-seller Jackie Collins chronicles passion and power in one of America's most glamorous families in the New York Times bestseller, The Santangelos. A vicious hit. A vengeful enemy. Poor Little Bitch Girl.

SHE'S A WOMAN WHO'S NEVER SHORT OF A MAN. AND THEY CALL HER THE BITCH...

Fontaine Khaled has an Arab millionaire among her yesterdays and

hard-gambling Nico for all her tomorrows. Which only leaves the

problem of choosing a man for today...

From London to Las Vegas, Hollywood to Athens -- she calls the shots from her

plush limos and black satin sheets. She is The Bitch and she is

in control. And that could never change -- could it?

THE BITCH is the sizzling sequel to THE STUD.

  • The book was all right, but to me there were too many loose ends that needed to be resolved. For instance, why did Cherry commit suicide? Did she really commit suicide? Did Dino ever confront his father about Cherry's death? Did Nick pay off his debts? I also thought the phrase kaleidoscope eyes was over used when it came to describing Fontaine. I just admit that this was my first Jackie Collins book, and I was a little disappointed with it. I'm not sure if I would recommend the book of the author.

  • I was initially a bit confused by the number of characters- it was difficult to connect them. However, I am pleased to say that I thoroughly enjoyed this story. Although it was short, it didn't seem like it! I am amazed that I didn't feel as if something was missing at the end. This author somehow amazingly told this story in a limited page length yet managed to portray enough about the characters to make them believable. Additionally, although it is easy to see how a "next book" would be plausible, you are not left feeling as if the story is not finished. (If there is one, I am not aware of it as I write this review). I would definitely read another book by this author.

  • Collins is a writer who will forever be stuck in the sixties style of romantic writing. By modern standards, she would barely qualify for a Harlequin Romance. Yet she garnered a huge fan base in the 70s, and they stayed with her. I read this because I'd never read any of her works, and I felt that I should, at least, give her a try. Tried it. Didn't like it. Won't be back for another serving.

  • Typical Jackie Collins novel. It held my attention and was an easy distraction for awhile; but, the more of her books I read, the greater my disappointment in realizing that she, as an author, has a rather limited range. All of her books carry a similar theme. However, if one is looking for a book to read beach-side or pool-side, this title is perfectly acceptable for that task

  • It got tiresome to have every noun modified with a Highpriced designer adjective, eg. He checked the time on his Phillipe Patek diamond watch, then straightened his Dior silk tie.... These people are filthy rich and we are never allowed to forget it. Characters are mostly one dimensional and are introduced not much more than a short sentence or two establishing their persona.

  • Interesting read. Not what I expected but interesting. The characters where bland and normal for the most part. In my opinion the story line and characters never really came together as a novel. But it was interesting.

  • E. L. James needs to study Collin's technique in how to write a 'sexy' novel. James' 'How to' approach leaves her books flat. Collins, on the other hand, keeps her stories 'hot' because of the depth of her characters. Collins weaves her characters cleverly through a variety of antics that at times make the reader laugh, make them worry and then gives them a good sense of closure when you reach the last page. Well done! I'll read Collins anytime. She's a pro.

  • THE BITCH is the story of two characters: Nico Constantine who married into wealth at a young age, and Fontaine Al Khaled, who also married into wealth. Both of them are single by the time they meet accidentally on an airplane. Instant attaction....
    The novel of course has several subplots weaving in and out, with lots of gratuitous sex and outrageous plot twists. But that's expected from a Jackie Collins novel. Nico finds he's dead broke and spends the rest of the novel trying to get himself out of this mess (big time gambling debt). Fontaine in the meantime is trying to rejuvenate her London night club, while at the same time ignores all advances from Nico, although deep down she is very attracted to him.
    For a quick light read and some trashy writing, THE BITCH is recommended.