Confessions Of A Wild Child By Jackie Collins- Novel Review

5th January 2017
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Confessions Of A Wild Child By Jackie Collins

Cofessions Of A Wild Child

 

About The Author

The author of the novel Confession Of A Wild Child is Jacki Collins. She was born in Hampstead in the United Kingdom. She wrote 32 novels and sold millions of copies of her novels.

She sadly passed away in 2015 at the age of 77

Story Line Of The Novel

The novel Confession Of A Wild Child tells a story of a teenage girl named Lucky Santangelo. Her father is called Gino Santangelo. Gino is a notorious and famous man.

He has built a strong empire of businesses. Gino hopes that one day his son will take over his businesses.

Unfortunately, his son is not interested in running his father’s business but her daughter Lucky is interested.

The book tells Lucky’s upbringing as a teenager. Her mother died when she was very young. Growing up without a mother affected Lucky in every way possible she was a wild child.

Her father sent her to a boarding school hoping that she will be a better person.  This move didn’t help. Lucky started to discover more about boys and love and her wildness even got to be crazy wild.

Will her father manage to control her?

Read more here.

What I Thought About This Novel

I thought this novel was a  great read.  It’s well written. It has great characters but I thought the characters were a bit difficult to relate them to an ordinary person.

This book is one in the series of “Lucky” Jackie Collins wrote several books in that series. I think reading some of the books in the “Lucky” series will give the reader a more understanding of Lucky’s character.

Overall this is an easy book and it’s full of romance such that at times you find it difficult to put it down while reading it.

Recommendations

I would recommend this book to anyone who likes a good read. If you like Jackie Collins books you will definitely like this one.

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