The Lion's Den
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Format: Print book
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Availability: 25 copies available, 2523 people requesting
Giveaway dates: Mar 16 - Apr 13, 2020
Countries available: U.S. and Canada
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THE LION'S DEN turned out to be the perfect read for my current mood. It was light, frothy, and utterly mean-spirited, a scathing critique on social climbers through the medium of locked-room murder mystery aboard a private yacht. Similar to Janelle Brown's PRETTY THINGS, everyone in the book is an awful person... but some of them are more awful than others.
Aspiring actress Belle is a little surprised when her friend Summer invites her ...more
Belle is an actress but still hasn't managed to nab that breakout star type role so she can't quit her job as a waitress quite yet. When her best friend, Summer, invites her on a Mediterranean getaway aboard her very ...more
I spent the majority of the past 2 days just devouring this book. I really, really enjoyed it! I could have done without all the French/Italian/Spanish. It was pretty easy to figure out the gist of what they were saying, but there was more than was necessary.
It has everything you could want... definitely a perfect beach read for this summer.
But, can a girl get an epilogue?? I need to know what happens to everyone!
Thanks to Katherine St. John, Grand Central Publishing, and NetGalley for the pre-pub access.
Belles relationship with Summer is complicated. They were former ...more
Readers get a little touch of decadent ...more
When Belle, a struggling actress, is invited for a week of luxury by her one-time best friend on the friend's new, much older, boyfriend's yacht, she can't resist the temptation of such an alluring offer. Despite her reservations, slowly revealed to the reader through a series of breadcrumbs and well-placed flashbacks, Belle accepts and can almost immediately tell ...more
Belle and Summer have been best friends since high school, and though their life choices are quite different, Belle believes that Summer's gold-digging tendencies are due to her own insecure upbringing. But when Summer invites Belle and some of her other close friends on a ...more
When I entered to win this book, I honestly thought this was going to be a standard cookie cutter book. All I will say, is boy was I wrong and I am glad I got a chance to read/review this book. I rate it 4.5 stars (rounded up to 5). It loses half a star for the slowness in the beginning and the first couple of flashback chapters were a little painful. Now that I have finished the book, I ...more