Ebook ➥ Riche$ Author Megan Cole – Sigilo.us

Ebook ➥ Riche$  Author Megan Cole – Sigilo.us
  • Paperback
  • 413 pages
  • Riche$
  • Megan Cole
  • English
  • 17 July 2017
  • 9780007364787

Riche$ The Beach Read Just Got Bigger Get Even Further Away This Summer With This Globe Trotting, Back Stabbing, Boy Snaring, Snog Busting Follow Up To FORTUNE.CELINE Has All Of Buenos Aires Especially The Boys At Her Feet She S Hot, She S Talented, And She Has A Glittering Future As A Fashion Designer Ahead Of Her Well, If She Can Get Her Pushy Parents Off Her Back.JHUMPA Is This Close To Breaking Into Bollywood She S Moved Out Of Her Dad S House In Mumbai, And Into An Apartment Paid For By Her Agent She S So Confident She S Going To Be A Star That She S Not Looking Back.LUCI Has The Looks And The Brains Gorgeous Darling Of The Tatler Crowd, Equally At Home On A Pheasant Shoot Or On The Dancefloor, She S Also Studying Archaeology At Oxford.Three Very Different Girls Suddenly United By One Terrible Tragedy The Question Is, Can They Solve The Mystery That United Their Parents A Mystery That Involves The Most Valuable Jewel In The World You Wouldn T Want To Bet Against Them Sisters Might Be Doing It For Themselves But Get Them To Work Together, And There S Nothing They Can T Do

Megan Cole is a celebrity and fashion blogger who lives in London with her best friend Jess She has written for numerous magazines, flown all over the world interviewing stars and was once asked out for mojitos by an A Lister, but had to leave to catch her flight He wasn t her type anyway honest but it was nice to be asked Megan Cole is the pen name of a journalist and writer.

10 thoughts on “Riche$

  1. says:

    I really enjoyed Megan Cole s debut novel Fortune, so it was inevitable that I d buy her second novel, Riches It s a very different novel to its predecessor, but it keeps the rich feel of the first book as all the girls are rich and beautiful as we re rather constantly reminded Fortune is light and airy and of a beach read than Riches Despite the fact I liked the idea of Riches, I did feel it was very, very over the top If you want to read and enjoy the book, you re going to have to suspend your beliefs as three girls from different parts of the world unite in a bid to save their parents and rescue a diamond in the process Oh, not to mention, they flit from Morocco, to Australia, to India at the drop of a hat Don t get me wrong, Fortune was OTT, too, but it had of a beach read OTT feel and Riches doesn t have that Riches is just seriously OTT.Riches is a very quick read, and I finished it in a matter of hours and it is very readable despite it s believability or lack thereof And despite calling it OTT, I did enjoy getting lost in the world of Celina, Jhumpa and Luci for a few hours and it s the kind of read that doesn t really offend and is just a very quick read The book is let down massively by the editing I mean, seriously, I read lots of books with lots of errors but Megan Cole is, hands down, the worst writer ever She has the worst editing team, too, just to add on the pressure This is an author and editing team who do not know of the word brought and instead Jhumpa bought herself up Oh yes, that is what the sentence says She bought herself And it continues, at least three or four times in the novel the word bought is used instead of brought I mean, it s basic English for God s sake and it makes me so angry it was allowed to slip through, along with numerous other spellings errors and wrongly worded sentences If I managed to spot it straight away, then what the heck were her editing team looking at There s nothing worse than a badly spelt book It s just lazy.Overall, I enjoyed Riches It wasn t as good as Fortune, although the editing errors were on par with each other If Megan Cole brings out a third novel, I will pick it up as despite the OTT plots and OTT characters and constant use of the word OMG I do enjoy her books They re light and fluffy and they quite easily pass a couple of hours and I enjoy reading them Riches won t set the world alight, but for a quick beach read it does the business nicely Sometimes it s nice to read something somewhat light and Riches fit the bill for me and I d definitely read a third Megan Cole novel, though if only if I m allowed to proof read it first Just joking Really.

  2. says:

    This novel was better than I expected It was a fun read which was like Indiana Jones meets Gossip Girl Frustratingly, the ending was a bit abrupt for me and I didn t like how much men had to help intervene to save the three female protagonists While I foresaw some of the twists and turns, it was still a cute read Overall, it was very light and would make an ideal beach read.

  3. says:

    Surprisingly good for a beach read Impressed

  4. says:

    a great twist on a romance never saw it comeing if you have only read this book by megan cole you should read forture also by megan cole.

  5. says:

    Fabulous, as there is a truth about relationships in there, but after someone has cheated you once, why did you then fall for him again When you have ideas of what he is

  6. says:

    Meet Celine, Jhumpa, and Luci, three really different girls who under normal curcumstances, wouldn t be friends, go out to search for their parents and an aincient diamond rud to be the biggest diamond on earth They find out suprising secrets their parents have, meet new friends, make enemies, go diving, nearly die all for the diamond and hoping their parents are safe.I picked up this book because the book cover looked interesting, so I decided to read the summary and reviews They were both good so, I started reading the first few chapters The writing style was easy to read and the book had a good beginnning, it got me hooked.I finished this book because it had some mystery and if I start a mystery, I would want to know how it was solved, that was one thing that kept me going Another thing was that the book was good, simple as that, whenever I read it, I would read a couple of chapters at a time, and before I knew it, it was getting late So I was anticipating what happened next since I usually stop at a cliff hanger I have really good timing.I recommend this book to Irene since she likes adventure books and this book has a lot of adventure in it.

  7. says:

    The beach read just got bigger Get even further away this summer with this globe trotting, back stabbing, boy snaring, snog busting follow up to FORTUNE CELINE has all of Buenos Aires at her feet She s hot, she s talented, and she has a glittering future as a fashion designer ahead of her Well, if she can get her pushy parents off her back JHUMPA is this close to breaking into Bollywood She s moved out of her dad s house in Mumbai, and into an apartment paid for by her agent she s so confident she s going to be a star that she s not looking back LUCI has the looks and the brains Gorgeous darling of the Tatler crowd, equally at home on a pheasant shoot or on the dancefloor, she s also studying archaeology at Oxford.Three very different girls suddenly united by one terrible tragedy The question is, can they solve the mystery that united their parents a mystery that involves the most valuable jewel in the world You wouldn t want to bet against them Sisters might be doing it for themselves but get them to work together, and there s nothing they can t do

  8. says:

    I don t really know what to think of this book I didn t really like it until page 250 or so Everything was happening so slowly and there was very few character development But when the story got exiting, I wanted to read on and on I started to like it, but for me, it was just to supperficial to enjoy There were hardly any feelings discussed for example, whilst it s quite a heavy subject I don t really know. I liked the book Nothing , nothing less.

  9. says:

    After reading Fortune, which I loved and highly recommend, I was excited to read riches The plot was good, the characters were good but I can t help but compare it to fortune and I was disappointed The book lacked any thrill and didn t completely grip me into it like fortune I m still happy I read it, but it was definitely a let down from the amazing fortune

  10. says:

    This book was painful The writing was at the level of a young teenager The cliches were abundant and bland The characters were barely developed Their interactions were ridiculous and unbelievable The dialogue was cringe worthy Editing mistakes were littered through out the book One of the worst books I ve read in a long time.

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