Sweeping from the elegant salons of Paris to the bleak mines of Communist-era Russia and on to the glittering showbiz lifestyle of modern L.A., Sparkles is a sizzling story of ambition, passion, and betrayal.
©2006 Louise Bagshawe; (P)2006 RNIB
"Her novels are action-packed, her heroines gorgeous; and her writing punchy." (Daily Mail)
I really enjoyed this book. At first, I did not think it would keep me interested, but the plot developed fast, with constant twists and turns to a final climax that pulled all the loose ends together. Very well written and read.
Loved it i am in the middle of the outlander books and this book was a good little pallet cleanser with little twists, and an under lying darkness which followes it along got a bit silly at the end but cauldnt put it down fab+++++++
For all lovers of romantic fiction, this one is for you. The plot is great with many surprises and the characters are fun and well read by the narrator. I loved reading this book and now love listening to it in the car and while up at night with the newest addition to our family.
Was an okay book but a little twee and drawn out. Sophie is quite irritating in that she's too nice, wasn't a particularly believable book. In her situation I think most women would not have been quite so gracious.
its up there with my favorites
the wealth & the jewels
I used to find chick lit quite boring but Louise Bagshaw totally changed my mind
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