666 Park Avenue: The Official TV Tie-in Edition
What if your mother-in-law turned out to be evil . . . literally? Ever since fabulously wealthy Malcolm Doran walked into her life and swept her off her feet, fledgling architect Jane Boyle has been living a fairy tale. When he proposes with a stunning diamond to seal the deal, Jane can't believe... show more
What if your mother-in-law turned out to be evil . . . literally? Ever since fabulously wealthy Malcolm Doran walked into her life and swept her off her feet, fledgling architect Jane Boyle has been living a fairy tale. When he proposes with a stunning diamond to seal the deal, Jane can't believe her incredible luck and decides to leave her Paris-based job to make a new start with Malcolm in New York.But when Malcolm introduces Jane to the esteemed Doran clan, one of Manhattan's most feared and revered families, Jane's fairy tale takes a darker turn. Soon everything she thought she knew about the world—and herself—is upended. Now Jane must struggle with newfound magical abilities and the threat of those who will stop at nothing to get them.Cover Art © ABC 2012 ABC logo is a registered trademark of American Broadcasting Companies, Inc.© 2012 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Publish date: November 6th 2012
Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: 666 Park Avenue (#1)
I altered the rating I was going to give this book upon reflection because the twist at the end really irritated me.In fairness I did read the book to the end. I just didn't enjoy the characters or care about them. The thing that really gets to me was that the concept was a good one but I suppose I ...
I picked this book up because I enjoyed the television series. It was obvious that the book was nothing like the series, but I tried to give it a chance. I found the plot uninteresting, and the main character boring. I gave the book two stars instead of one though, because somehow it kept me reading...
Not really my thing. Too much chick lit, brand name dropping, pop culture shout outs (but not in a fun enough way to really pull it off), twists that are obvious about 20 chapters earlier. Readable, but not more. Possibly ok as a setup for a series, at this point I'm more interested in the secondary...