Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Chances by Jackie Collins Review & Giveaway

Gino Santangelo's rise to prominence in the glitzy world of gambling and organized crime includes his adventures in Las Vegas, where he builds a multi-million-dollar hotel during the city's early years.

I first read Chances when I was a teenager and thought I was reading contraband - haha.  I consistently hid my book when my parents were around.  I've followed the series through-out the years and now I read it publicly.  Jackie Collins has the flair of writing to give us glimpses of something glitzy, raw, violent and naughty.

Chances is the first book in the series, and it's where the reader meets Lucky, Gino's teenage daughter before she became famous.  Filled with prostitutes, the mob, bad parenting, lots of family drama and two kids at the bottom of it all - Lucky and her brother Dario. Exciting and fast-paced, Chances is a thrilling ride that will leave you begging for more.  Luckily, since it is the first book in the series, you won't have to wait long.  The other books have been released.  But Chances was just released for Ebook! Yay!  If you haven't read a Jackie Collin's book yet, definitely start with Chances! You'll feel like you're reading something a bit sinful, but oh it's soo good!

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1 comment:

  1. I would love to read this.


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