Harper Collins, 2009. A paperback copy in very good condition. Only marked by light creasing to the spine.
The new queen of the blockbuster is back In the ultra-chic world of the fabulously rich, fashion can have a very high price! Saul Milford, owner of one of England's oldest and most prestigious luxury goods companies is dead, but who will inherit his estate? For years Saul's niece Cassandra, editor-in-chief of Rive, the most glamorous fashion magazine of the moment has believed that she would be the sole benefactor. But she's not the only family member with their eye on the ultimate prize. Roger, Saul's handsome brother with a demanding wife. Julia the art-dealer sister with a dark and brooding secret, Tom the playboy nephew, and Emma, the hardworking but unlucky in love niece living and working in Boston. All have their reasons for wanting the company. But one of them will go to any lengths to secure what they believe is rightfully theirs. Once again Tasmina Perry takes us a non-stop tour of the mega-privileged, weaving a gilt-edged tale of lust, glamour and intrigue around the world's most luxurious locations. It's what beaches were made for.
'A bonkbuster in the grand tradition of the genre' Daily Express 'Hold on to your hats - here comes the summer blockbuster' London Lite 'Perry is staking her claim to be crowned queen of the blockbuster' Woman 'Guilty Pleasures is an intelligent and stylish 21st-century take on the Jackie Collins genre' Red 'Summer wouldn't be summer without an OTT jet-setting blockbuster' The Gloss Magazine Praise for Daddy's Girls 'Daddy's Girl's is the hottest holiday accessory this season. Slick, glossy and gloriously bitchy it's about sibling rivalry and the super-glam Balcon girls -- but which one killed Daddy? The bonkbuster is back.' Elle 'Amid all the romping and camp one-liners, there are tart observations about race, class and family dynamics, too. The perfect beach read.' Marie Claire Praise for Gold Diggers 'A sumptiously sexy book' Elle 'A slick , uber glamorous cocktail of backstabbing beauties, murder and sex' Easy Living 'All hail the return of the beach bonkbuster' Glamour 'A high-gloss soap opera of a story that will have you hooked' In Style
Tasmina Perry left a career in law for the glamorous world of women's magazine journalism. She has written on celebrity and style for many national magazines including Marie-Claire, Glamour and Heat and was most recently Deputy Editor of InStyle magazine. She has also found time to launch her own travel and fashion magazine Jaunt. Her first novel Daddy's Girls was a Sunday Times bestseller. She lives in Surrey with her husband and son.