Book Review: Hollywood Sinners by Victoria Fox

Hollywood Sinners by Victoria Fox
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Publisher:  Bookouture

Summary: Would you sell your soul to make it? Four of Hollywood’s hottest couples are about to pay the price of fame…

Marriage to Hollywood heartthrob Cole Steel secured Lana Falcon a glittering place on the red carpet. Desperately running from her wicked past, has she trapped herself in a gilded cage?

Kate diLaurentis’s career is fading as quickly as her looks – but it’s her husband’s affair with Hollywood’s newest starlet that pushes Kate over the edge. Her only option is the most shocking revenge.

Chloe French’s innocent beauty has captured a million hearts, but rock star Nate is a dangerous, dark temptation - will lust destroy her?

Robert St Louis’s fairytale wedding to Sin City s richest heiress is tabloid gold... but scandal circles like a vulture—dirty secrets are about to be exposed!

This was a fun and swiftly moving book that I would definitely recommend for the beach or vacation. That it moved along quickly was a mercy because there are a hundred chapters (which is a great endorsement to e-read this one). Soaptastic and if I’m honest, downright over the top in the drama department. Sometimes, that’s just what I want and this delivered in spades.

While I enjoyed following Lana and Cole and Kate and Jimmy, my favorite couple to follow were Chloe and Nate. He was a piece of work and I loved every moment I was given a chance to hate on him. Chloe was the most endearing character to me in the entire book and I think she could have sustained a book all on her own. I pulled and hoped for her and worried when I knew she was on a collision course with heartbreak personally and professionally. I was least captivated with Elizabeth and Robert. Enter Alberto in Elizabeth’s storyline in a highly unexpected way and I admit that I really checked out on that part of the story. The flashbacks to Lana’s life and how in had intersected with Robert’s was interesting and well done. The settings were well rendered from LA, Vegas mostly and the Euro locales. I definitely enjoyed this one and the books I do take with me beachside this summer will have a bit to live up to.

I was given a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.

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