Diamonds in the Rough by Michelle Madow
Rating: Five out of Five Diamonds (;
All-access doesn’t mean no problems.
The three Diamond sisters survived the summer in style after coming to live with their long-lost billionaire father. But making a place for themselves at their exclusive new Las Vegas private school is throwing them any number of gold-plated curves. Savannah’s YouTube stardom turns into a Sweet Sixteen reality show extravaganza—with complimentary enemies on the side. Dangerous flirtations don’t keep Peyton from a gamble that will risk far more than she planned to bet. And when Courtney and the sisters’ archenemy, Madison, uncover two explosive secrets, it will rock even this town of glittering illusion—and turn their lives upside down all over again.
Sisterhood, first crushes, and scandalous secrets explode in book two of Michelle Madow’s riveting series, The Secret Diamond Sisters.
Okay so this review is going to be shorter than The Secret Diamond Sisters because of the fact that this book is not released yet AND it is a sequel, meaning that it will be extremely hard to stay spoiler free. That being said, I will be posting a spoiler review a month after this book is released so I can vent and stuff…yea.
I would like to thank Harlequin for sending me an advanced copy to review and Michelle Madow for telling me who to contact to get a copy.
First thing you need to know about this book is that it is sooooooo much better than the first one AND THE FIRST ONE IS AMAZING. The sisters are starting school in this flashy new city that they’re not exactly adapted to. Even though a billionaire father seems like something all teenage girls would die for, this is not the case for Savannah, Courtney, and Peyton. Throughout this surprisingly shocking sequel, secrets are unveiled and the truth seems to threaten the relationships between many characters.
Words cannot express how much I love this book, seriously, I’ve been sitting here for over thirty minutes trying to find the perfect words to describe it. So I decided to look for three words that expresses the book. Although these words don’t exactly describe this book, they’re pretty darn close:
Stay tuned for my full, spoilery review! *which should be in a month*
Until next post,