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The Secret Diamond Sisters Paperback – February 25, 2014
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Three sisters’ lives change drastically when they leave their small hometown to move in with their estranged father at his casino hotel in Las Vegas. Readers get to experience the beauty and the facade of living in Vegas through the eyes of distinctly different siblings: Savannah, Courtney, and Peyton. Each girl offers a unique perspective on her spoiled high-school peers and the decadent lifestyles that surround them. The exciting—and often terrifying—exploration of the Vegas strip is tempered by the more relatable plotline of the sisters trying to figure out their past. Sexy and often electrifying, this novel suits its wild Vegas setting and will entertain more-mature teen readers. Gossip Girl meets The Princess Diaries in a city that never sleeps. Grades 9-12. --Bethany Fort
"I breezed through The Secret Diamond Sisters in a record two hours ... I didn't want to put it down! This fun book brings us into rich, glittering worlds that most of us only dream about, but Madow also makes sure to give her characters a lot of heart." --The Reading Nook Reviews
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I really enjoyed this book. I felt I was there with Savannah, Peyton and Courtney living it up in Las Vegas. I loved reading about the parties, the shopping and my favorites of course were Courtney and Brett's Adventures. I also loved how Michelle explored the world of the growing pains of teenagers. I know I can relate to the variety of emotions that these characters go through. I think that Courtney is my Favorite out of the Diamond Sisters. I can't wait to read more when Diamonds in the Rough comes out in November. I highly recommend this book!
When the three Diamond Sisters’ mother was sent away with an alcohol problem, Savannah, Peyton and Courtney discovered their Dad was a billionaire Las Vegas hotel and casino mogul, and that they would be moving to a condo at the ultra-posh Diamond Residences. But where had he been all these years? It turns out he was closer than they thought!
This fun read follows the girls as they attempt to navigate their way through a life they barely knew existed while trying to get close to their mysterious father. Behind the parties and shopping sprees there is plenty of jealousy, boy problems, and even some danger.
PROS: Great writing, fantastic descriptions of Vegas, very interesting characters, and a rapid pace. It’s the perfect book to keep you interested and also get you daydreaming.
CONS: Some may be put off by too much teen drinking, but it is probably realistic for these characters. Other than that, the main problem is waiting for the next book in the series.
Michelle Madow is an amazing author. I never truly read a book that romance isn't its focus but I took my chance with this one and I loved it. The world building is precise and on point, the story develops smoothly, the characters are amazing. I really enjoyed reading this story and I can't wait for the third book (I already read the second book and LOVE it).
Author: Michelle Madow
Series: The Secret Diamond Sisters
Genre: Teen Chick lit
Rating: 4 stars
I first discovered Michelle’s writing with the Remembrance trilogy. While The Secret Diamond Sisters is different than her first novels the series is still good. While there were scenes and thing that Peyton, Courtney, and Savannah did that I wouldn’t do or approve of. I would however recommend this book to older teens. There wasn’t much language. The Book ended with a slight cliff hanger, but that’s because there are two more books in the series.
I do feel like all three Diamond sisters are falling for guys that they shouldn’t. Savannah’s falling for a guy that’s bad news all the way around. With Peyton and Courtney if things were different who they are falling for wouldn’t be a problem.
That while this wasn’t my favorite book of Michelle’s I do love her writing style. The way she makes the characters leap off the page.