Adored [Tilly Bagshawe] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A deliciously sexy blockbuster of Hollywood ambition, greed and intrigue. To the . Adored [Tilly Bagshawe] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. To the outside world, Siena McMahon has a fairy-tale life. Born into a great. Adored. To the outside world, Siena McMahon has a fairytale life. Born into a great Hollywood dynasty – granddaughter of forties movie legend Duke McMahon.

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I’m also contented that the ending did not contain those irritating push and pull between romantically involved characters. Both are highly attractive and successful movie people who find themselves caught up in the soap opera of Bzgshawe.

This book was super trashy and slutty and it was a waste of my time. Highly recommend to those who love “trashy” chick lit novels. As a journalist, she went on to enjoy a successful career in London, and contributed regularly to The Sunday Times, Daily Mail and Evening Standard, before turning her hand to novels. Wait, it IS important that I work late into the night to trash this 3 year old book that nobody cares about, right??

Hunter and his yilly are kicked out of the house, and Duke is dead, remember? It took me nearly two weeks to read and that’s WITH several hours in one sitting I could re-read this book constantly and I have. No matter how true or real the scenarios are though, the characters are very well fleshed out.


I couldn’t put it down.


I was immersed in the story and couldn’t wait to see what happens next. So why does he keep living under Duke’s roof? Family trouble began before Siena was born, when Duke decided his mistress should move in with his wife and kids, but Siena, born inhad a pretty cushy childhood as a granddaughter of the wife—at least until she finds her beloved grandfather dead in the family’s Hollywood manse.

I dragged myself to finish it. Discover what to read next. Dec 02, Deena Allouni rated it it was amazing.

Innocent minds playing with the idea of right and wrong. Is that the best you can do? Her story is also a gossipy saga of the Bj dynasty that created her.

Seriously, Tilly; are you trying to give me an aneurysm?? I then passed it on to a best friend who fell equally in love.

More By and About This Author. She writes about real life and if she is hated for it well then it probably sucks to be living It was hard to pick who the main character was, Duke or Siena McMahon Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert. Feb 15, Brittercup rated it really liked it.

It was surprisingly deeper than most “chick lit” and I found it interesting and hard to put down. All in all, this is one to skip. May 13, Nadine rated it it was amazing. I loved reading her journey through which she found herself, and threw away the person she thought she ought to be. Her writing is so descriptive and visual that it brings her stories to life.


Adored by Tilly Bagshawe

I adoed Bagshawe for doing the impossible that many other romance authors wouldn’t do, Nora Roberts, Judith MaCnaught, she made her characters real!!! To top it all off, we add adoeed gorgeous uncle who is a TV star and who is the equivalent of a saint, and his best friend who is also gorgeous and races between being a stupid saint for loving our abusive heroine and a juvenile jerk who throws temper tantrums i.

She craves power, fame and rigorous sex, not chocolate, shoes or another glass of Chardonnay.

I read some of the negative reviews and was sincerely shocked. Hunter and Siena become close friends. Lots of drama, lots of heart ache. I wouldn’t be so annoyed if I didn’t think this book had such great potential. No trivia or quizzes yet. I thought this was fantastic tilyl i also read that this was Tilly’s first book, so good job!!!