Princess Daisy by Judith KrantzPrincess Daisy by Judith Krantz

Princess Daisy

byJudith Krantz

Mass Market Paperback | November 1, 1984

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She was born Princess Marguerite Alexandrovna  Valensky. But everyone called her Daisy. She was a  blonde beauty living in a world of aristocrats and  countless wealthy. Her father was a prince, a  Russian nobleman. Her mother was an American movie  goddess. Men desired her. Women envied her.  Daisy's life was a fairy tale filled with parties and  balls, priceless jewels, money and love. Then,  suddenly, the fairy tale ended. And Princess Daisy  had to start again, with nothing--except the secret  she guarded from the day she was born.
Judith Krantz began her career as a fashion editor and magazine article writer. Her first novel, Scruples, was an immediate top bestseller. Her other books include Princess Daisy, Mistral’s Daughter, I’ll Take Manhattan, Till We Meet Again, Dazzle, Scruples Two, Lovers, and Spring Collection. She lives in Bel Air, California, with her ...
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Title:Princess DaisyFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:512 pages, 6.88 × 4.19 × 1.13 inPublished:November 1, 1984Publisher:Random House Publishing Group

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ISBN - 10:0553256092

ISBN - 13:9780553256093

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from A CLASS ACT Princess Margaret Alexandrovna Valensky, AKA Daisy, has it all: loving parents, a title preceding her name and money that grows on trees--until tragedy strikes. Before you can say, oh here we go again, Daisy's charmed life is turned upside down when she is forced to face a painful past... and an unsure future. Judith Krantz's fans can rest easy; the author's second outing after the megahit Scruples is a winner. PRINCESS DAISY is a compelling yarn of the rich and rotten, jam-packed with beautiful people, lavish settings, designer clothes and plenty of skin. Daisy and friends are an exciting bunch of characters; unidimensional, perhaps, but fun. Their world of champagne and caviar is a celebrated experience no matter what. Yes, Krantz spreads it thick on the over-the-top scale, but who cares. The novel works. It is as grand and as sinful as those secrets her heroine so desperately wants to hide. Go on, indulge, for PRINCESS DAISY is classy stuff in escapism fiction.-----Martin Boucher
Date published: 2007-11-23