Goodbye Janette [Harold robbins] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Traces the lives of three beautiful, sensuous women involved in the. Goodbye, Janette – Harold Robbins. With one leap, he caught her arm before she reached the door. He dragged her back into the room. Yes, after a relatively restrained, very dull detour into labor-unions (Memories of Another Day), Robbins is back in porno-land. And though the.
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If you ever read any Dan J. Robbins apparently forgets after another coke-snort and instead focuses on the uninvolving Janette. Then there’s Lauren, who meanwhile grows up into a beauty herself, but a California girl through and through, smoking homegrown dope with her hippie friend Harvey.
Robbins with Dreams Die First, this book at least had a more coherent plot. Robbins is asking the reader to look beyond what is glaringly obvious to a world that exists for rich and poor alike. Start reading Goodbye, Janette on your Kindle in under a minute. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Due to various reasons however she marries Maurice, an entitled Frenchman who marries Tanya merely so she can have French nationality and thereby retain ownership of the companies for Wolfgang; it wouldn’t do for a German to retain ownership so soon after the war.
AuthorHouse- Fiction – pages. His first book, Never Love a Strangercaused controversy with its graphic sexuality. That’s pretty funny that people would view this novel as often as they do on your blog.
Even for me, twenty-six years later. My favorite Robbins by far is still “Dreams Die First,” but I have a suspicion “The Piranhas” might be up there as well; it was supposedly the last novel Robbins wrote by himself, and it sounds to be as weird as “Dreams Die First. Explore the Home Gift Guide. Tanya plunges headlong into the world of haute couture, building her fortune as she entices men and immortalizes women.
I loved the pornography.
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Then Robbins blows our minds with some of the most warped stuff he’s ever written. Delivery and Returns see our goodbhe rates and policies.
But somehow, at the end, Janette will wind up whispering sweet true-love nothings with sometime lover Jacques. Try the Kindle edition and experience these great reading features: The reader is left out on a limb. I’ll try to demonstrate why in my eventual review. Meanwhile she abuses men and women alike, occasionally finding time to visit Maurice, haroold herself for it.
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With one leap, he caught her arm before she reached the door. Harold Robbins writes the best dirty romance books ever! Very encompassing storyline and the characters.
Don’t have a Kindle? Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Please try again later. Account Options Sign in. Harold Robbins in my opinion has provided us with an excellent piece of writing in this janetge. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The Curse Madison Dupre. At length Robbins remembers Maurice, but it’s too little, too late. Right off the bat we can see that Maurice is a dick.
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I tend to love i Maurice, in addition to being a cad, is also bi-sexual. But the truth of the matter is The shock was there. Anyway, Janette grows up into a sullen teen who shares a twisted relationship with Maurice that eventually results in her becoming a sex slave to him and his transvestite boyfriend, Jerry.
This book was not that blast. Publisher Pat Knopf reportedly bought Never Love a Stranger because “it was the first time he had ever read a book where on one page you’d have tears and on the next page you’d have a hard-on”.
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