Title: Diana Christmas
Author: F.R. Jameson
Source: Author via email
My Rating: 3 stars
In 1959, Diana Christmas – the beautiful, vivacious redhead – was a major star in Britain. It was her moment. She was on the cusp of making it big in Hollywood. Then, she simply walked away from the limelight. Vanished from an industry that adored her.
Twenty years later, Michael, a young film journalist, arrives at her suburban home and discovers the still vibrant and alluring Diana. Between her sheets, he hears for the first time the reason for her disappearance – a tale of coercion, shame and blackmail.
To his shock, he learns that those who destroyed her career and ruined her life still have their claws in her.
Totally smitten, he promises to help her. But Michael soon finds that the past doesn’t let go easily…
Diana Christmas – A new thriller of desire and betrayal from F.R. Jameson.
I want to thank the author for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
I am a little torn with my feelings about this book. On one hand it’s a very quick and easy read and it drew me in from the very beginning but I couldn’t stand the female lead character. Maybe that could be looked at as a good thing though. I mean the author must have done something right to make me hate a character so much.
You learn early on what happened to Diana to make her leave the industry so that’s not a big mystery. It’s full of twists and turns that you want see coming and for me personally it was a little too descriptive a times.
I did enjoy reading this but I just can not get over how a grown ass woman acted the way Diana did and the way she treated a certain person. I can’t really explain it without spoiling the book but she just really made me mad.