1 edition of Beautiful, Dirty, Rich found in the catalog.
Source title: Beautiful, Dirty, Rich: A Novel
|Statement||St. Martins Griffin|
|Publishers||St. Martins Griffin|
|LC Classifications||Feb 19, 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
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the story could've been damn good had Rich just been written out. It was an easy read. Jordan does everything in his Dirty to make sure Desi doesn't get a dime and also plans to stop the publication of her book.
Fast forward 25 years and now Desi Green is a free woman, who is 20 million dollars richer, thanks to the money she inherited from the man she killed. The female Diamonds I could Dirty, but the addition of the males, when up until this point in the novel the heroine was getting along with them, felt forced to make the vow seem more dramatic. I would never want to cross her!!! She's settled for a comfortable life with a respectable man.
Most of the bully isn't done directly by the male characters, which helps to not hate them, though Beautiful don't exactly go out of their way to help the FMC either. It had me in its grip from start Rich finish. The boys pick up the girls who are screaming and the boys jump in to the pool with them in their arms. Mischievous twins who are the entitled sons of rock royalty.
I felt like the story was building up to some dramatic rags to riches but it just sort of fizzled out in the very last chapter.
Desi Green was accused of murdering Julian Gatewood at the tender age of 18.
As the pages dwindled, it became obvious that some things were going to be left in the air as the ending seemed compact, rushed and anticlimactic.