Private Lives Paperback
Escape with Sunday Times bestseller Tasmina Perry into an intoxicating world where games are played to mask the truth, where there is no one you can trust, and where being too good at your job can put your life in danger...Anna Kennedy loves her career.
A young associate with a top media law firm, she's the lawyer to the stars, hiding their sins from the hungry media.
When Anna fails to prevent a damaging story being printed about heart-throb movie star Sam Charles she finds herself fighting to save not only his reputation, but also her own.
But Anna is about to uncover a scandal more explosive than even Sam's infidelities.
A party girl is already dead and those responsible are prepared to silence anyone who stands in their way.
Not least a pretty young lawyer who knows too much...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 624 pages
- Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
- Publication Date: 07/06/2012
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780755358465
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Review by jolzyn
I read all the author's books; Daddy's Girls, Gold Diggers, Guilty Pleasures, Original Sins, and Kiss Heaven Goodbye. To be truthfully, i have been waiting for this book for awhile and was very happy to know that i can buy it from Booksonboard. The book begin with the story of Anna joining the prestigious law firm, Donovan Pierce and was assigned to Sam Charles' case. She failed to have the injunction to stop the media from exposing the adultery committed by Sam and this has hit her hard. She determined to find the culprit who have exposed the story to the media without realising her investigation has lead to major discovery.The book is rather thick and for its ebook version, it have 510 pages, It was rather lengthy but as it also have other subplots, such as the relationship between Anna with her parents and sisters, her relationship with Sam, Sam and his relationship with Jessica, and the relationship between Matthew and Larry has added some excitement to the story. I find that although the book's synopsis focuses on Anna, the actual fact was that due to the subplots, this have make the focus on Anna's diminishes. Overall, the book is generally ok to read; with good plot and characters. ;)