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Diamonds (All That Glitters Book 1) by [Linde, K.A.]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4234 KB
  • Print Length: 248 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: K.A. Linde Inc. (19 April 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00WDTO7PK
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #545 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Yep- that pretty much sums up the book. Oh, I must add one thing- Underage Gold Digger meets Married Cheater.
Bryna is a spoiled, overindulged, naive 17 year old. She meets a man wearing a wedding band (who tells her he's separated from his wife) and they being a relationship strewn with lies.
My favourite part was the ending when reality hits.
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This book really confused me, after reading 10% of the book I was going to stop reading it thinking it was not my kind of book, spoiled rich kids totally up there own backsides, did not like Bri the main character and even though I left school many many years ago I still recall some girls who were very much like this group, however to my surprise I kept on reading and to be honest by the end of the book, I actually wanted things to work out for Bri and felt sorry for her, in fact I enjoyed it so much I went on to down load Gold (book 2) as soon as I finished this one, I am well into that one now and can not wait to see what becomes of the self destructive young lady that is Bri.
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This one kind of reminded me of the Jackie Collins bonkbusters I used to read by torchlight under the sheets when I was 13. My mum didn't like me reading trash you see...she'd truly despair if she saw what I read now. But anyway.

Poor little Hollywood royalty rich girl is money wealthy but affection poor. Even her friends are not true friends and her high school boyfriend (who happens to be a movie star btw) is away filming all the time and doesn't seem to care whether she sees anyone else or not. She meets a mysterious rich, older guy in a club and they begin an affair. He's obviously hiding a few secrets and she hasn't told him her age - 17 - or that she's the daughter of a famous film director.

Bryna, our 17 year old heroine was bitter, mean and nasty. I can't imagine we were supposed to like her, but it made it hard for me to invest in this story when I'm irritated by the main character. This seemed a long way away from the author's On the Record series that balanced the forbidden affair theme with real, relatable conflicts. This one felt pretty far fetched and superficial to me.

There's a second part to this, but I've read enough, this is one for the YA or Jackie Collins fans I think.
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Gosh never has a character been such a bitch. Wow Bri is the nasty queen bee that you love to hate. Its so unique to see into a character that is normally reserved for the villain of the story. Very well written book x
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I would recommend to anyone! It is amazing.
This is very much a book about life - issues, lies and heartbreak.
Bri is the main character who meets a guy at a bar, he spoils her rotten and she starts to fall. But not everything is as it seems.
At first, I felt sorry for Bri, it was obvious she had issues - a number of them. But as the book progressed my feeling for her continuously changed, she really is Queen B**** for the majority of the book and she's proud of that but her issues all creep in.
By the end of the book, I felt utterly sorry for Bri she'd let her guard down and had the carpet ripped out from under her.
Never mind Bri having her heart ripped out, I felt like I'd had my own ripped out too.
I'm a romantic at heart, I hate reading books that don't end with HEA. I read to escape reality, so my usual book is romance with a guaranteed HEA! But this book was definitely worth stepping away from my usual category.
This book is amazing and I'd highly recommend it to everyone... I'm so glad there's a second book to Bryna's story.
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Diamonds is the first book in the All that Glitter series by K.A. Linde. It can be read as a prequel to the next book in the series Gold or, you could dive right in and start with Gold but I'd highly recommend you do start with Diamonds - it's worth it, trust me.

Bryna is a seventeen-year-old high school student that comes from a dysfunctional family, she's the Queen at her school and has one of the hottest boyfriend who is an upcoming movie star but still, she finds herself feeling alone in her life. Her heart is empty. So when Bryna meets an older, attractive guy that she forms a deep connection with, she can't help just go with it. He makes her feel special and loved, but they each know the other is hiding secrets and soon their secrets will reveal themselves and make everything crash around them.....

This was a great introduction into Bryna's story. It's such a fast paced story that drags you in and Bryna is definitely one unique character. I went into the story not knowing what to expect from her and even though she has her moments, I really liked her. I loved how honest and outspoken she was. Deep down she puts on this front with people and tries to be someone she isn't, when really she's just looking for someone to love and take care of her. Her family problems cut deep and so she seeks attention elsewhere. It might not always be the best elsewhere but when she meets Jude she finally thinks she's found the right person. It's clear that Jude was hiding secrets but so was Bryna so of course I wanted some sort of happy ending for them. It's safe to say I didn't expect the way the story ended. I'm hoping there is some sort of happy ending for both of them in Gold.

In all, Diamonds is a great introduction to the All that Glitter series and I can't wait to see Bryna shine in Gold!
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