Luxury by Jessica Ruston

Synopsis:
The drama and tragedy surrounding the friends and family of a wealthy hotel magnate.

Review:
Since I have read and re-read the novels of Jacqueline Susann about a million times, I’m always on the lookout for the next big, juicy, trashy read. Olivia Goldsmith does it for me; so did The Best of Everything. And now I can add Luxury to my greatest hits list of decadent, over-the-top smutty books that make me feel like I’m taking a vacation in my head.

Logan Barnes has created the ultimate destination for the rich and beautiful–a private island resort called Luxury. But his wife Maryanne is a pill-popping boozehound, his daughter is an ambitious slut, and his son a lazy musician. He’s in love with Elise, whose abusive husband torments her with his fists and their finances. And he’s haunted by his former partner Nicolo, who can’t rest until he destroys Logan’s empire, and stalked by a young woman who believes Logan is responsible for her mother’s quadriplegia. Can we say “oh yummy yummy plot deliciousness?”

If you like these kinds of books you must trust me and read this book. It’s soooo fun.

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