[bksvol-discuss] Fw: [FictionBooks] Stars by Kathryn Harvey

  • From: "robert tweedy" <rtweedy2@xxxxxxx>
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  • Date: Wed, 26 Apr 2006 12:48:40 -0500

I don't know if these books are being considered but butterfly was number 2 on 
the new york times list and now there's a sequel.
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: Tonette 
To: FictionBooks 
Sent: Wednesday, April 26, 2006 6:32 AM
Subject: [FictionBooks] Stars by Kathryn Harvey

This is a sequal to Butterfly...Very good book, too!

The bestselling author of Butterfly presents its dazzling sequel--with all the 
sensational appeal of the first novel. The rich, the glamorous, the 
powerful--all come to Stars, a magnificent and secluded Palm Springs 
mountaintop resort, where their bodies--and souls--are offered up to save 
fragile careers . . . or used to extract sweet retribution. "Sizzling."--New 
York Times. 
Butterfly, which hit #2 on The New York Times bestseller list, told of a 
glamorous Beverly Hills club where women could fulfill their deepest sexual 
fantasies. Featuring characters from that smash, Stars takes readers resort 
near Palm Springs, where stars and executives experience every pleasure money 
can buy. 
Publishers Weekly
A mountaintop resort--the Stars of the title--plays host to a variety of 
terrestrial stars in Harvey's glamourous potboiler. (Apr.) 
Library Journal
The troublesome lives of twin sisters Rachel Dwyer and Christine Singleton, 
separated at birth, are traced in this story. Rachel turns to prostitution 
after linking up with Danny McKay, a charismatic confidence man. Eventually, 
Rachel changes her identity and opens Stars, a posh California resort that 
provides discreet sexual services to guests. Christine uses her optimistic 
attitude to conquer a childhood weight problem and start an international 
weight-loss clinic. Their paths cross during a climactic scene when Danny seeks 
revenge on Rachel and mistakenly tries to kill her twin. This is trashy, light 
fiction, but some quirky plot twists keep it interesting. Actress Paula 
Prentiss reads at a frantic, overly dramatic pace. Recommended only for larger 
collections.-- Linda Maki, Hennepin Cty. Lib. System, Minnetonka, Minn. 



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