Blurb:

Three sisters with Big secrets.

Get ready to meet...SAVANNAH COURTNEY PEYTON

 

The Diamond sisters never knew their father and never could catch a break. But 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 and live in a gorgeous penthouse suite.

 

Suddenly they have access to all that their dad's money can provide, meaning it should be easier than ever to fit right in. But in a town full of secrets and illusions, fitting in is nothing compared with finding out the truth about their past...

The Secret Diamond Sisters (Book 1) - Michelle Madow

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Review:

When Savannah, Courtney and Peyton Diamond have their rundown and poor world turned upside down when they find out they are actually hotel heirs as their long lost father is in fact a billionaire Las Vegas hotel owner who wants them to live with him the three all polar opposites to each other, take it on their own individual way. Youngest Savannah could not be happier, her luck has changed and she will become everything she's ever dreamed to be. Shy, clever and understandable Courtney just wants to work hard and really doesn't know what to think, and oldest Peyton is utterly disgusted. The man who had been absent all of their lives thinks he can swan in and pay them to be happy daughters, not a chance. She is hell bent on making his life a misery.

 

There's nothing better than a book were you get to see each character not just in a group, but individually as well. With this book that's exactly what you get and it is exactly what it needed to bring it alive. You are thrown right in the middle of the action with the sisters and feel each of their individual thoughts, actions and feelings. There's not much of a plot per se, but that's not a bad thing. With it being the start of a series the main focus is the uproot of the girls and the start of them settling into the newer more glamorous Diamond life. I had a bit of an issue with all the underage drinking and sex, but I suppose that's what happens. I'm so getting old! Kudos to author Michelle Madow too for graciously dealing with some delicate situations throughout though.

 

A great book for older teenagers who marvel at the lives of the rich and famous. Looking forward to the next book in the Diamond Sister Series.

3.5/5

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