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L as Clara thought And if she has to be unhappy she's going to drag everyone else down to the depths of despair right along with herBeing a Barnard girl is the stuff of Lorraine Dyer's dreams Finding out that Marcus is marrying a gold digger who may or may not be named Anastasia A nightmare The old Lorraine would have sat by and let the chips fall where they may but she's grown up a lot these past f. Oh my I was supposed to finish this book 3 days ago but I came out with a fever So I didn t read for like 2 days which is really bad and I felt horrible because this book was so good maybe too good to put down just because I was sickBut anyways I felt infinitely better last night although I do feel sick now and stayed up for about 2 hours in the bathroom and didn t go to sleep until 1 Guess what I was doing Finishing this book Looks like I got 200 pages down in 2 hours I really am speeding back upAnyways Jillian Larkin is absolutely po si lute ly fabulous Did I say that already Yeah I did This is one of the series in which I liked the first book the most I mean this one was great and all but the first one was where everything began and I like the beginning DIVA no matter how fabulous of a conclusion it was I still like VIXEN out of the three And Gloria and Lorraine are both gorgeous however I have to admit that Clara sure rocks the covergirl looksI m sad to say goodbye to this series Dang I ve been reading third books in series recently Ha This was a wonderful conclusion and it taught us about love about determination about redemption and about friendship and loyalty Some characters appear to me differently now because of their positive endeavors I won t say whom but for those who ve read this series I think y all know who I m talking aboutThat ending made me cryOverall the 1920 s has become such a glamorous and beautiful decade to me nevermind the flappers and the booze and the speakeasies Jillian Larkin made it all fascinating The Exploration of the Male Anatomy past f. Oh my I was supposed to finish this book 3 days ago but I came out with a fever So I didn t read for like 2 days which is really bad and I felt horrible because this book was so good maybe too good to All Night Long (Nannies, pages down in 2 hours I really am speeding back upAnyways Jillian Larkin is absolutely The Freeze-Frame Revolution positive endeavors I won t say whom but for those who ve read this series I think y all know who I m talking aboutThat ending made me cryOverall the 1920 s has become such a glamorous and beautiful decade to me nevermind the flappers and the booze and the speakeasies Jillian Larkin made it all fascinating

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If you love The Great Gatsby you'll want to read the Flappers seriesJoy and tragedy collide in DIVA the riveting conclusion to the Flappers series set in the dazzling Roaring Twenties Parties bad boys speakeasies life in Manhattan has become a woozy blur for Clara Knowles If Marcus Eastman truly loved her how could he have fallen for another girl so uickly Their romance mustn't have been as magica. I received a free digital copy through Net GalleyI m sad to see this series end I ll miss the glitz and the glamor and of course the dramaGloria has had the best plot so far interracial romance starring in shows at speakeasies being hunted by the mob and getting arrested But in Diva her story seems to have flat lined She s released from prison on the condition that she helps bring in Forrest Hamilton a probable con man Part One of this plot wasn t that interesting but then Jerome is back We actually get the addition of his POV this time around which I really enjoyed It s far interesting than his cousin Vera s was in Ingenue It was about time that we see how Jerome feels about everything that has been happening Too bad he only gets three chapters I think the author could have strengthened this book with a bit of Jerome since he s been such a driving force in the seriesClara the flapper ueen and gossip columnist has seemed to have lost her way I found her a little bland in the previous book after loving her in the first book but now her attitude is back and in full swing as she attempts to fend off her boss unwanted advances and works on a scheme withLorraine Clara s story seemed to fade into the background at times and was overshadowed by Lorraine s since they re very closely relatedDid Lorraine lose some brain cells between the end of Ingenue and now Or is sobriety just getting to her I ve loved Lorraine s over the top dramatics in the previous two books but now she s truly just dumb and annoying She s stalking Marcus again but she s managing to get perfect grades due to being blacklisted from all of the swanky clubs She still holds a bit of a grudge against Gloria even though everything that has happened is her own fault I was still interested in her story though since this girl is truly a train wreck and I simply cannot look awayWith Diva the Flappers series has ended with a bang Literally While I didn t enjoy this one as much as the previous two it s still a worthy addition to the series It also wraps up everyone s stories uite nicely The characters in books shouldn t have all the fun right 95% eARCRead of my reviews at Pinkindle Reads Reviews

Jillian Larkin ê 9 summary

Ew months She can't bear to see Marcus lose a chance for true love But will anyone listen to herNow that the charges against her have been dropped Gloria Carmody is spending the last dizzying days of summer on Long Island yachting on the sound and palling around with socialites at Forrest Hamilton's swanky villa Beneath her smile though Gloria's keeping a secret One that could have deadly conseuence. I know I have said this before but I love the 1920s The flappers the dangers of drinking and getting caught the music and dancingI love it all So it was no surprise to me that I enjoyed this series I was sad that this was the last book but it was a very enjoyable and uick readGloria is out of jail but only on one condition She needs to find how Forrest Hamilton has so much money The FBI is sure that it is something illegal and they send Gloria in undercover to find out Gloria not knowing where Jerome is agrees to do it in the hopes that she can keep herself and her fiance out of jailOnce she meets Forrest she realizes he is actually a good guy She meets him his shady man Pembroke and his other houseguests Glamour and Glitz and Ruby and Marty She uickly discovers that there is between Forrest and Ruby than meets the eye She must discover how Forrest is getting his money and get proof for the FBI find Jerome and help Forrest and Ruby Sounds easy rightMeanwhile Clara Goria s cousin is still heartbroken over her breakup with Marcus Eastman This is made worse when she finds out that he has uickly found another woman and gotten engaged She tries to put Marcus behind her and continue with her journalism career at The Manhattanite the local rag magazine and even goes out with her boss Parker a few times At a party put on by Forrest Hamilton she is reunited sort of with Gloria and Lorraine Dyer Lorraine tells Clara that the woman Marcus is marrying is a gold digging con artist and together they must expose her and stop Marcus from making the biggest mistake of his lifeLorraine is a student at Barnard College She is still disliked by everyone for her part in putting Gloria in jail Her only friends are her roommate Becky and Melvin the nerdy guy who has hung around her since school started Lorraine thinks she is madly in love with Marcus Eastman and follows him through the campus of Columbia When she discovers that he is engaged to a con artist she seeks out Clara and together with Melvin they attempt to expose the con While working with Melvin Lorraine finds out that maybe there is to a guy than just his looks and his walletI loved all the main characters in this book They were strong smart and funny I liked how everything came around full circle and even though they all left each other in the first book they all find each other again in this one Lorraine grew up a lot in this book and I enjoyed seeing that The secondary characters were great too Glamour and Glitz were flaky and all they cared about was drinking and dancing but they were fun to listen too Pembroke was completely creepy and Forrest was very mysterious Melvin was sweet and he put up with a lot from Lorraine but wasn t a total pushover I liked how this book ended the series It was a complete happy ending for the most part I thought the wedding events were a little unrealistic I mean really How much excitement can you have in one wedding But it was still fun to read and it was definitely excitingThis book comes out in July and if you have read the first two books I highly recommend picking up this one If you haven t read the first two books what are you waiting for Go read them so you can be ready in July for this one

  • Hardcover
  • 320
  • Diva (Flappers, #3)
  • Jillian Larkin
  • English
  • 17 June 2019
  • 9780385740418

About the Author: Jillian Larkin

Jillian Larkin’s fascination with flappers and the s began during her childhood which included freuent home screenings of the classic Julie AndrewsCarol Channing film Thoroughly Modern Millie She lives in New York.



10 thoughts on “Diva (Flappers, #3)

  1. says:

    Similar Books The Debutantes by Cora Harrison Parlor Games by Maryka Biaggio Bright Young Things by Anna GodbersenI've really enjoyed reading this series and I'm sort of sad it's over Jillian Larkin is very similar to Anna Godbersen in the way she tells a story and I love a good historical But while I liked the final installment

  2. says:

    This is the third book in the Flappers series by Jillian Larkin and let me start off by saying that this is a series well worth submerging yourself in As stated above the books are set in the middle of the 1920’s and foll

  3. says:

    I received a free digital copy through Net GalleyI'm sad to see this series end I'll miss the glitz and the glamor and of course the dramaGloria has had the best plot so far interracial romance starring in shows at speakeasies bein

  4. says:

    Oh my I was supposed to finish this book 3 days ago but I came out with a fever So I didn't read for like 2 days which is really bad and I fel

  5. says:

    This book wants to be a grownup It wants to have lyrical language and characters stumbling through adult problems and relationships Unfortunately it doesn’t come close to living up to this The characters are no well developed than they wer

  6. says:

    If I were to compare all three books this one would probably be the worst While I’ve definitely been reading Larkin for the drama this was just too much Way too much especially towards the end The book as a whole had its moments—I liked that the former villain Lorraine redeemed herself and found out that she was than some petty unconfident woman Everyone in the series gets a happy ending That’s not a problem of course It’s definite

  7. says:

    This series starts off with a bang and end with a wimper Gloria has been front and centered with her story full of angst pain love danger and betrayal Clara had her moments and was coming in to her own in the second book Lorraine is a train wreck who is trying to repair her image Marcus has his heart broken and then get

  8. says:

    So this was bad I had honestly forgotten that I’d read it It was so forgettable that literally days after I finished reading it I f

  9. says:

    I know I have said this before but I love the 1920s The flappers the dangers of drinking and getting caught the music and dancingI love it all So it was no surprise to me that I enjoyed this series I was sad tha

  10. says:

    355 starsOkay so this one dragged in a few places mostly I think because the main arcs were wrapped up in book two but I did like the ending and the epilogue for the closure it finally gave everyone involved in this series At first I asked myself why this book was needed at all and I eventually got my answer “Diva” is a fun end to an eually fun trilogy even if this one is of an epilogue to the previous fast paced

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