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Succulent startlets ready to make it, rich moguls hungry for hotter pleasures -- on the casting couch, at lavish parites, in plush hotel suites. A Hollywood tale about the burning ambitions, vicious power-plays, and sexual double-dealings of the entertainemnt world, wehre wives sait for husbands who never come home, and luscious models pay more than their duies...where tal Succulent startlets ready to make it, rich moguls hungry for hotter pleasures -- on the casting couch, at lavish parites, in plush hotel suites. A Hollywood tale about the burning ambitions, vicious power-plays, and sexual double-dealings of the entertainemnt world, wehre wives sait for husbands who never come home, and luscious models pay more than their duies...where talent and drive take you jsut so far, but sex can take you all the way.


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Succulent startlets ready to make it, rich moguls hungry for hotter pleasures -- on the casting couch, at lavish parites, in plush hotel suites. A Hollywood tale about the burning ambitions, vicious power-plays, and sexual double-dealings of the entertainemnt world, wehre wives sait for husbands who never come home, and luscious models pay more than their duies...where tal Succulent startlets ready to make it, rich moguls hungry for hotter pleasures -- on the casting couch, at lavish parites, in plush hotel suites. A Hollywood tale about the burning ambitions, vicious power-plays, and sexual double-dealings of the entertainemnt world, wehre wives sait for husbands who never come home, and luscious models pay more than their duies...where talent and drive take you jsut so far, but sex can take you all the way.

30 review for The World Is Full of Married Men

  1. 4 out of 5

    Martin

    Fun book. More on it at : http://sleaze-factor.blogspot.ca/2013... Fun book. More on it at : http://sleaze-factor.blogspot.ca/2013...

  2. 5 out of 5

    ~Sofia~

    I am a big fan of Jackie Collins and I have read a lot of her books. The world is full of married men is the first she had ever written and I was interested to see just how much her writing had developed since her first novel. For me this book was too short, the finale is not as explosive as the other novels I have read from Jackie Collins and so became a bit of a disappointment. It is quite a simple story really, it is not too overcrowded with characters which sometimes her books can tend to be. I am a big fan of Jackie Collins and I have read a lot of her books. The world is full of married men is the first she had ever written and I was interested to see just how much her writing had developed since her first novel. For me this book was too short, the finale is not as explosive as the other novels I have read from Jackie Collins and so became a bit of a disappointment. It is quite a simple story really, it is not too overcrowded with characters which sometimes her books can tend to be. I can see that this was a beginning to how she would build her novels up into these captivating, explosive and sordid stories about the rich and famous and indeed whilst reading this one I felt like she was only just getting started. The book is written about David Cooper. He is a married man, rich and successful and of course having his cake and eating it. His fling Claudia Parker is a much more exciting character, and a lot more damaged. It is interesting to delve into the lives of the rich and famous, and how utterly shameful it can be. Reading this as a novel you wonder just how much of it is really fiction, what with the Harvey Weinstein debacle earlier this year it does leave a sickly feeling in the pit of your stomach as the “casting couch” scenes resemble those of what you hear in the media. I did like the book, it wasn’t long enough for me though and I did tend to tire of the characters easily. There just wasn’t enough drama for a Jackie Collins novel. It is an easy read maybe to read around the pool or on the plane but nothing to rave about. It all just felt like it was leading up to something and then it finished. I actually exclaimed “Oh!” At the end, I did not realise that there was a snippet of another book at the end so it seemed there were lots more pages. Overall 2 stars for this one, it was certainly good, but not her best!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Crime Addict Sifat

    THE WORLD IS FULL OF MARRIED MEN is an overwhelming introduction of the ferocious media business - the imposter guarantees and the genuine energy of the throwing love seat. David Cooper undermines his better half. She doesn't cheat - and that suits him fine. Until the youthful and excellent Claudia shows up and David needs out of his marriage. In any case, Claudia has distinctive thoughts - diverse dreams: To be a model, an on-screen character, a star. Furthermore, she'll successfully make it. S THE WORLD IS FULL OF MARRIED MEN is an overwhelming introduction of the ferocious media business - the imposter guarantees and the genuine energy of the throwing love seat. David Cooper undermines his better half. She doesn't cheat - and that suits him fine. Until the youthful and excellent Claudia shows up and David needs out of his marriage. In any case, Claudia has distinctive thoughts - diverse dreams: To be a model, an on-screen character, a star. Furthermore, she'll successfully make it. Simply name a cost... And the story goes on and on and on ...

  4. 5 out of 5

    Colleen

    Oh my gooooood! This book was the most amazing piece of trash I have read in a long time. Not since Valley of the Dolls has a book made me feel so scummy and awesome. I highly recommend.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Brooklyn Tayla

    Okay, I confess this was a first read of this book for me. It was in fact Jackie Collins’ first book. So I was happy when the fabulous JC fan, Voracious, suggested a buddy read :) She’s one of my all time favourite authors, in fact. However when she passed away in 2015 after a secret battle with breast cancer, I was so devastated so much that I couldn’t pick up any of her books. I’d almost read all of them aside from I think maybe 4? But in fact she’s definitely one of my most re read authors. “ Okay, I confess this was a first read of this book for me. It was in fact Jackie Collins’ first book. So I was happy when the fabulous JC fan, Voracious, suggested a buddy read :) She’s one of my all time favourite authors, in fact. However when she passed away in 2015 after a secret battle with breast cancer, I was so devastated so much that I couldn’t pick up any of her books. I’d almost read all of them aside from I think maybe 4? But in fact she’s definitely one of my most re read authors. “The World is Full of Married Men” is typical Jackie Collins, full of rich, vain, shallow but fabulous characters full of witty lines and spontaneous activities. Claudia made me laugh, I admired her for her attitude towards marriage and not wanting to get tied down, especially for the times, and when women were likely expected to marry and have kids and what not. I hope she makes an appearance in the follow up novel to this, “The World Is Full of Divorced Women”. The character I was cheering for most throughout this book was Linda. She is so lovely and put up with so much bullcrap from David, I’m glad she finally found happiness by the end of this book. David. The typical egomaniac cheating asshat of a character in a JC novel, but I didn’t hate him because oh gosh his last part in the book made me laugh a big “HA!” Serves him right, he sacrificed his cozy marriage to Linda only to put himself in a stickier and potentially problematic situation. This, like many other of this authors’ novels is fast paced and exciting and satisfying! Full of wit, wickedness and coziness, one can never go wrong with Jackie C!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Regina Noviana

    This book frustrated me. Not only the story was over the top, the characters were obnoxious, described as humans with extreme natures. Claudia being an extreme bitch, David being an extreme asshole, and Linda being an extremely fragile woman. Even so, reading this was like having a guilty pleasure. I enjoy every second of it. This is the 1st book Jackie wrote. It kinda shows by the way she wrote the conversations. I guess she got better in time. This book is recommended for readers who wants a p This book frustrated me. Not only the story was over the top, the characters were obnoxious, described as humans with extreme natures. Claudia being an extreme bitch, David being an extreme asshole, and Linda being an extremely fragile woman. Even so, reading this was like having a guilty pleasure. I enjoy every second of it. This is the 1st book Jackie wrote. It kinda shows by the way she wrote the conversations. I guess she got better in time. This book is recommended for readers who wants a piece of an easy reading.

  7. 5 out of 5

    J Rice

    The novel that made Jackie Collins famous and introduce her style. Good 'ol yarn about the famous cheating that hangs together well. There is even a moral at the end. These stories are OK as long as you only read one now and then for light entertainment.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Samantha Tonge

    I raced through this, unable to put it down. Total escapism!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Curlyhair

    What can I say? Loved this kind of trash (sorry) novel back in the day.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Arto Mutka

    Loved this book!was Jackie's first novel and it is a cracker. Lots of sizzling sex and great bed hopping drama!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Francine Scott

    The late, Jackie Collins is easily overlooked as a literary contributor. The fabulous wealth and decadence of the characters who find their way into her blockbusters may seem an unlikely setting for a noteworthy legacy. The Bitch, The World is Full of Married Men, Hollywood Wives and Lady Boss all find their drama in the neurosis of the rich and the conflict for women at this sharpest end of competitive society. The seduction of luxury and power alone are given an erotic charge. Her heroines, no The late, Jackie Collins is easily overlooked as a literary contributor. The fabulous wealth and decadence of the characters who find their way into her blockbusters may seem an unlikely setting for a noteworthy legacy. The Bitch, The World is Full of Married Men, Hollywood Wives and Lady Boss all find their drama in the neurosis of the rich and the conflict for women at this sharpest end of competitive society. The seduction of luxury and power alone are given an erotic charge. Her heroines, nonetheless, have desires that she has devoted her life to crafting into erotic writing which ultimately captures a sexual encounter on a woman's terms. It would be a mistake to think this trite. Few writers, however great, have achieved this with any success. Collins is one of the few.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Ante

    If you want to read a good love story full with intrigues, then this is what you're searching for. This book shows the weaknesses of people who don't appreciate what they have until they start to realize their mistakes in personal life. Those mistakes will push you in the deeper hole without exit.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sam Rosam

    I picked it up as Jackie Collins had recently died and this was one I'd not read back in my youth. It's wholly trashy but that's why women loved her books. A bit of escapism which is why I love to read. Sometimes trashy is just the ticket

  14. 4 out of 5

    Nalinie

    I remember reading this, maybe five years ago...yep thats right, thats the impression it left on me! :D

  15. 5 out of 5

    Natasha Russell

    I started and finished this book the same day!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Laurie

    Quick easy read, classic Jackie Collins. A guilty pleasure book.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Natasha

    Read for my 2017 Reading Challenge: A previously banned book. I picked this one in particular because it was banned in my home country of Australia in 1968. Jackie Collins' debut novel was banned in Australia because it was too racy and overtly sexual. It goes to show how times have changed when I didn't think it was very racy for its genre at all. There was, however, a sinister quality about a lot of the sexual content in the novel--and considering the scandals that are coming out of Hollywood r Read for my 2017 Reading Challenge: A previously banned book. I picked this one in particular because it was banned in my home country of Australia in 1968. Jackie Collins' debut novel was banned in Australia because it was too racy and overtly sexual. It goes to show how times have changed when I didn't think it was very racy for its genre at all. There was, however, a sinister quality about a lot of the sexual content in the novel--and considering the scandals that are coming out of Hollywood right now, the book left me a little unsettled. The story revolves around three major characters: David Cooper, a man working in advertising; his wife, Linda; and his mistress, Claudia Parker. David is a literal piece of shit and reading any of his parts made my eyes roll out of my head because he was a disgusting human being who really thought the world revolved around him. Claudia, by extension, is framed as being a homewrecking whore who uses her body to get what she wants when she's first introduced, and Linda is the poor wife who pitifully waits at home for a husband who doesn't care about her. While David remains the piece of shit he's introduced to be (and gets his just desserts), the women are given a closer look at. Claudia may be shrewd, but she's desperate to be a star--and while she's used to taking advantage of men for her dreams, it's hard to stomach the tables being turned. Linda finds out about the affair and grows a backbone; but it's difficult to navigate the aftermath, and she does her best to stay strong. It's easy to see why this debut novel caused such a scandal when it was published in the late sixties. It's deep, confronting stuff. Some of it is still relevant today, even if it was written almost fifty years ago. I think the biggest problem I had with it is that everything feels superficial. Nothing is really explored in any depth; all the problems feel glossed over and not handled well, if at all. It's entirely possible it was done deliberately--I don't doubt Jackie Collins' ability to make a statement. But it's hard not to be disappointed. Still, you can tell why her writing gained a legion of fans worldwide. It's witty, quick and leaves you wanting a satisfying conclusion. It's very much a guilty pleasure!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Theresa Stevens

    wow... this was a quick read .. I must admit I felt bored as it didn't get anywhere in the beginning but then my curiosity got the better of me and I was interested how this love triangle would survive - David, a husband with oversexed vibes for women other than his wife Linda; and Claudia, a feisty young thing that was only interested in making herself a star which ever way she could! Although comfortably settled with a nice house, children and money, wife Linda was missing the intimacy of a lo wow... this was a quick read .. I must admit I felt bored as it didn't get anywhere in the beginning but then my curiosity got the better of me and I was interested how this love triangle would survive - David, a husband with oversexed vibes for women other than his wife Linda; and Claudia, a feisty young thing that was only interested in making herself a star which ever way she could! Although comfortably settled with a nice house, children and money, wife Linda was missing the intimacy of a loving marriage and ironically was the last to know about her husbands infidelities... But quickly everyone in this group eventually got their just desserts or their just rewards, which ever way you want to view it - in true Jackie Collins style !

  19. 5 out of 5

    June

    Banned in Australia (must have been a backward country in 1960s?) and elsewhere, and nothing is so spectacularly trashy as to deserve criticism or accolade. David, the married man, was the only one who's punished, which design is more bizarre than ingenious, less morally encouraging than cathartically vengeful. Her light weight (or heavy blast by consensus) debut didn't remove her from my favorite author list. I still admire her dominance on Romance genre, her courage to trash the rich, the famous Banned in Australia (must have been a backward country in 1960s?) and elsewhere, and nothing is so spectacularly trashy as to deserve criticism or accolade. David, the married man, was the only one who's punished, which design is more bizarre than ingenious, less morally encouraging than cathartically vengeful. Her light weight (or heavy blast by consensus) debut didn't remove her from my favorite author list. I still admire her dominance on Romance genre, her courage to trash the rich, the famous, the powerful and the decadent.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Naliza Fahro-Rozi

    Succulent startlets ready to make it, rich moguls hungry for hotter pleasures -- on the casting couch, at lavish parites, in plush hotel suites. A Hollywood tale about the burning ambitions, vicious power-plays, and sexual double-dealings of the entertainemnt world, wehre wives sait for husbands who never come home, and luscious models pay more than their duies...where talent and drive take you jsut so far, but sex can take you all the way.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    First book I've ever read by Jackie Collins, and I thought her first novel was a good place to start. It was ok, I suppose, but as bonkbusters go, I infinitely prefer Jilly Cooper. Having said that, I thought the way in which the sleazy main Male character got his comeuppance was absolutely excellent, and the story stopped in exactly the right place.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    Jackie sure did improve over the years, it all started here, while this is not my favorite book! Had I read this back in 1968, I would have looked forward to her next, even with this book you could tell she had the potential to become fabulous!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Tina Lott

    I love Jackie Collins!!!!! One of my all time favorite story tellers, I love all of her characters and the lives they lead. It's always a joy to read here stories and escape for a few hours.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Nona

    Ahahahahha ))) the ending was really funny ))) I'm usually not fond of this kind of books, but this is the second book of Jackie Collins that i am reading and really enjoying the writing light style full of characters personality and description.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Brandy Fozo

    Jackie Collins is my guilty pleasure. The World is Full of Married Men is her first book. I started reading her books long before I ever should have. The World is Full of Married Men deals with still relevant topics such as the double stand woman still face.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Molly

    This book had me laughing out loud! I had not read a JC book in several years. This book was rather short and a fun and fast read. Jackie Collins is such an entertaining author. I really miss her.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Roxy

    Classic Collins. There’s a reason she’s one of the best selling novelists. Quick, easy and a peek inside Hollywood, just what was needed.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Alessandra Santamaria

    this trash. and its so good. also, why were all the women in the 60's obssesed with mink coats?

  29. 5 out of 5

    Joy

    I love this authors stories. Lots of twists and turns.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Angie

    This reminds me of a Fay Weldon novel... Without the biting satrire

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