#BookReview: The Santangelos by Jackie Collins

Reviewer: Samantha

I received a review copy

the santangelosSummary:

A vicious hit. A vengeful enemy. A drug addled Colombian club owner. A sex crazed Italian family. And the ever powerful Lucky Santangelo has to deal with them all, while Max-her teenage daughter is becoming The “It” girl in Europe’s modeling world. And her Kennedyesque son, Bobby, is being set up for a murder he didn’t commit. But Lucky can deal. Always strong and unpredictable with her husband, Lennie, by her side she lives up to the family motto-Never cross a Santangelo.

Lucky rules. The Santangelos always come out on top. An epic family saga filled with love, lust, revenge and passion.

 

Review:

Yay for another Jackie Collins book! Man do I love reading what she comes up with, especially when dealing with the Santangelos. I don’t think I’ve missed any of their books, so of course I was psyched to get The Santangelos. But then – a main character dies! I won’t tell you who it is, but it happens near the beginning and the rest of the book focuses on justice for the death. Of course, we have plenty of other sub-plots happening along the way, dealing with the Santangelos and some of Hollywood’s royalty and infamous stars. Even though this book was giant, I read it in two days. Two days! I thought for sure it would take me a week to get through, but each chapter is short and to the point and makes it hard to stop reading. Don’t miss out on these books!

5 stars


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1 Comment

  1. bernie Shaw
    July 5, 2015 / 1:58 am

    Can’t keep her facts straight. Read first as a teenager and reading lucky series again. Very annoyed as I have noticed in every book she can’t keep her facts straight. Eg vendetta she was younger when dario was killed before Marco and dario was shot and thrown from a moving car. Not so Marco was killed first and dario was shot in front of a hotel. This sort of inaccuracy is in every book after chances. It’s pretty bad when the reader knows the story better than the author.

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