Thursday, February 25, 2016

Michelle Madow
Publication Date:
February 25, 2014
382 Pages


The three sisters grew up not knowing their father and not quite catching a break. But it looks like their luck is about to change when they find out the secret identity of their long-lost dad—a billionaire Las Vegas hotel owner who wants them to come live in a gorgeous penthouse hotel suite. Suddenly the Strip’s most exclusive clubs are all-access, and with an unlimited credit card each, it should be easier than ever to fit right in. But in a town full of secrets and illusion, fitting in is nothing compared to finding out the truth about their past.


 It gave me the feel of Gossip Girl set in Las Vegas. This is such a fun, crazy secret induced and dramatic book, but it was really just so fun. But paired with the fun, Michelle Madow constructed four distinct characters and situations that showed whether they were going to sink or swim. The girls are learning quickly that Las Vegas is not all glitter and gold. So let's do a breakdown:


Courtney: I can say out of the three sisters I am the most like Courtney. She's smart, sometimes has a hard time to loosen up, because of the responsibility she has over her sisters. She is the most calm and collected in situations and is a great diffuser. She too, just like her sisters are shocked by the news of finding out who their father was and the secrets that have been revealed she takes them in strides. I can say that Courtney is my favorite out of the girls. 

Peyton: She is a bit of a wild child and the poster child for individuality. But that's what I really like about her. When she finds out about who her father is, she wants nothing to do with him or his money. It is quite evident in her attitude, but I can tell she is just a softie at heart. 

Savannah: She wasn't surprised at who her father was, because she had thought it was. Out of the girls she is the quickest to adjust to the Las Vegas lifestyle. She has no problem spending her dad's money even though her and her sisters want his time. She is a bit naive, but that is understandable because of her being the youngest. But she does get mixed in with Madison and her elite group which causes the girls a lot more trouble than she thought.


By the end of the book I could see myself in all three of the girls. With all these secrets ready to burst out from the seams looks like Las Vegas hasn't seen anything yet. I can't wait to see how they are going to adjust when school starts in The Diamonds In The Rough.

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Have you read this series? What did you think about it?