Fortune

Fortune HarperCollins is ready to set the publishing world alight with the acquisition of the world s first snogbuster a new teen genre that is set to grace poolsides everywhere this summer Written by hot n

  • Title: Fortune
  • Author: Megan Cole
  • ISBN: 9780007364701
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Paperback
  • HarperCollins is ready to set the publishing world alight with the acquisition of the world s first snogbuster , a new teen genre that is set to grace poolsides everywhere this summer Written by hot new talent Megan Cole the pseudonym of a journalist and writer steeped in celebrity culture FORTUNE combines the allure of the super rich with the thrill of first romanceHarperCollins is ready to set the publishing world alight with the acquisition of the world s first snogbuster , a new teen genre that is set to grace poolsides everywhere this summer Written by hot new talent Megan Cole the pseudonym of a journalist and writer steeped in celebrity culture FORTUNE combines the allure of the super rich with the thrill of first romance, all in a glossy, blockbusting format.Fortune tells the story of three very different girls Madison from New York, Simonetta from Rome and Sapphire from London who all receive mysterious invitations to the 50th birthday of Brad Masters, billionaire record executive But what could the girls possibly have in common The truth shocks them all, and turns three strangers into something much closer and dangerous after all, family make for the deadliest enemiesMost of all, though, Fortune is something totally new in the booming teen romance market So it s time to wet our lips and unashamedly embrace the glitz and glamour of the snogbuster.

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    1. Tapasya

      This book was okay. A rich man has called upon his 3 daughters from VARIOUS mothers (😏), so that he can choose the correct one to become the heiress. From these three, two are bitches and one is sweet and saintly. It was obvious from the start that the Sweet one 'Sapphire' is going to be the heiress. But trust me I hated her. She was so dumb and a doormat. She was like a walking punchbag.About the other sisterswell they are the villains. Madison was the most cruel. Simonetta was Okay. I did e [...]

    2. Shelby (shelberrt_books)

      This book made me want to go on a beach holiday after reading it! It was a good book, predictable though. A good happy ending. Readable. Liked the romancing between the two young males in the book. Probably the exciting parts to the story!

    3. Reut

      Original Review at reutreads.wordpress/2011/0While reading Fortune, I was LIVID. ANGRY. And it wasn't even about the book. Okay, the book was not the best. The characters were not fully developed or they weren't three dimensional, the plot started off far-fetched and then just got crazy, sometimes I threw the book across the room because Sapphire was being INCREDIBLY STUPID, but fine. I can still point out a few things I liked. And I will. But first, a rant.How dare HarperCollins invent a new ge [...]

    4. Julz

      What an absolute load of drivel. Perfect if you are 16 years old and have no brain to speak of. All about 3 sisters who don't know they are sisters competing to win their new found fathers fortune. Except he's as conniving and ridiculous as his daughters. Avoid avoid avoid

    5. Jessy

      Just not my cup of tea. I bought this book without reading the synopsis or having an idea what it was about (gara2 discount Popular punya pasal) Read about some chapters, gave up and then straight to the end.

    6. Tracey Priest

      This was a very easy book to read. Light hearted, one that you could pick up and drop quite easily. perfect for a holiday. it's not the best book in the world but I enjoyed it.

    7. Leah

      Fortune is Megan Cole’s debut novel (well it’s her first novel under that name; as it’s a pseudonym, who knows if she’s already a published author?) and I bought it way back when it first came out, but it’s been sat on my shelf for over a year. I don’t know why I have only just picked it up now – because it is the perfect summer read, for the beach, for in the garden, for in bed… I enjoyed it much more than I expected to.Fortune is one of the least-taxing books I’ve ever read; [...]

    8. Sophie

      Fortune is a sparkly debut full of glitz, glamour and bitchiness.This novel is written in a very odd narrative. When I first started it, I thought that it would be a straightforward 3rd person perspectives alternating between Madison, Sapphire and Simonetta. But it shifted strangely, reaching into the viewpoint of other characters such as Brad, turning it into a kind of omniscient narration. Though saying that, the majority of the novel was still focused on Sapphire.I was rather glad about that [...]

    9. Jesse Owen

      After reading just the synopsis it immediatley reminded me of Mamma Mia! I can’t really reveal too much as to why but I think it’s enough to say that the story is based mainly around the gorgeous sounding private island and even though I’m not a huge fan of the sun I wanted to go there.Our of the three girls I very quickly warmed to Sapphire, she seemed warm and caring with real dreams and a passion for music which was a stark contrast to particularly Maddison and to an extent Simonetta wh [...]

    10. Alea

      I found the premise of Fortune to be rather interesting, 3 half sisters (that don’t know they are half sisters at first) competing for their extremely rich and successful new father’s fortune. The tag line is “Half Sisters. Half Enemies.” But it should have been more like “Half Sisters. Full Enemies.” The book is definitely very fun and also extremely catty, with a rich spoiled girl, a model, and a down to earth musician (can you tell which is the nice one?), throw in 2 boys and let [...]

    11. Laura's Book Addiction

      fortune is about 3 girls called madison,simonetta and sapphire. All three get invites to a birthday party of brad masters(billionaire music mogul). when all 3 arrive it is clear there all have something in common at 1st it is not clear and then it turns out that brad masters is there dad and he wants to make just 1 of them his only heir so madison and simonetta start to make sapphire's life horrid so she will leave and one less daughter to be the heir.From the 1st time i started reading about sa [...]

    12. Melanie

      Easy read read in one sitting (Been doing that a lot lately with books).Fortune is by no means a 'real life' book, in fact its the stuff fairy tales are made of really. I read this book without reading the synopsis or having an idea what it was about. If you want a book with a good girl, bad girl and something in between that all share something in common then this might be the book for you.If you also like a hit guy (Bring forth Cam) and brooding Muscian of sorts (That's Raphael)and some excite [...]

    13. Rebecca

      This was sort of like reading a written version of a reality show, with the same predictable plot and vapid characters you would expect to see on such a thing. I thought that while the plot was predictable, it could have been pulled off much better than this book, as I felt the majority of the characters were one dimensional, Sapphire in particular seemed to have regular personality transplants, and I really didn't need the whole section at the end explaining how the plot had unraveled as it was [...]

    14. Kat 🦄

      I have to say, that when I picked up Fortune I had no idea if this is really the type of novel for me. I've read some of the reviews and most of them said that it's very similar to Mama Mia (the movie of course). And I agree. It's about three girls: Madison, Simonetta and Saphirre. The only one I liked was Saphirre, but I really hated Madison. I couldn't decide what to think about Simonetta, because she was really selfish the whole book, only at the end when she was talking to Saphirre on the ph [...]

    15. Fiona

      Not sure if it was just my copy of what, but it had a lot of typos (and once, it said Madison, when really it's supposed to be Sapphire/Simonetta). So, didn't anyone read through to check them? It's not even an ARC.Anyway, it was okay. The plot is fine. Sapphire is the typical perfect nice girl, which I think is boring and stupid. Not enough depth for other characters, especially Madison and Simonetta, considering that they're very important characters too. And Brad, it's like he's in the book f [...]

    16. Mel

      I enjoyed this book a lot. I guessed the first plot twist but there were many more to come.The characters were interesting and a few had some real depth in them. Heroine Sapphire was a bit TOO perfect but still O.K.The plotline was unique and I enjoyed it very much. Great holiday read, with a bit of a romance plot as well as some genuine tension. The writing was a little repetitive but mainly flowed really well. It was easy to read and perfect for the beach!

    17. Claire Yin

      I really liked the book, the characters had really distinct personalities, but I thought that they weren't totally believable. Some were a little too evil, and others were so Cinderella-ish. Also, Sapphire was clearly the one who was going to be picked, seeing as how he entire book was practically written from her perspective. The twists were very nicely done though, and the schemes of some of the characters were really well thought out.

    18. Alyssa

      Towards the end of the book I realised I quite liked it after all. Predictable, easy to read good old chick-lit. I liked the main character Sapphire. Overall, I probably would recommend this book for a quick easy read if someone asked me about it but it's not something I would tell people they need to read.

    19. Ifahh

      It was a surprisingly easy read, since most of the font is big enough for a toddler to read (I kid you not) but I kind of like the whole story. The author made us want to hate Madison, and I can't imagine anyone who could definitely relate to her. As for Simonetta, well, I expected her to inherit the money.When I put the book down, I thought 'Oh, what a happy ending'.

    20. Rashmeet Kaur

      I would classify it as a normal chic-lit, with a hint of mystery and the ordinary sabotaging by mean girls so that the good girl can't reach where she wants to, and there's a romantic triangle, all sorted by one reaches the one, and viola! The good girl wins. I read it on a chilly day, sunbathing, and it was fun. Nothing moving, but simply a fun way to spend those leisure hours.- R -

    21. Gail

      Don't expect to get smarter by reading this book. In fact, just the opposite. it's fantastic beach reading because if you accidentally skip a page or two because your margarita is too strong, you'll still be able to carry on the storyline. Mildly entertaining, but by no means a page-turner.

    22. Shelby

      This book made me want to go on a beach holiday after reading it! It was a good book, predictable though. A good happy ending. Readable. Liked the romancing between the two young males in the book. Probably the exciting parts to the story!

    23. Hannah

      I usually can't stand books like this but I loved Fortune. Well written, funny and overall a brilliant read :)

    24. Claire Elwood

      This book isn't very testing, a basic plot and poor detail. I read it over two evenings. A story based upon money and lifestyle with some very unrealistic characters and an obvious ending

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