Platinum Doll by: Ann Girard

Platinum DollPlatinum Doll by Anne Girard
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Jean Harlow- a woman who seemed to have everything, was constantly in battle of being consumed by those who would manipulate and control her. From her mother to Howard Hughes. From her marriage to her big break, she seemed to suffer from not knowing who she was.

The narration was passive and that made it a little difficult to be engaged in Jean Harlow’s story. It makes you wonder if she really was that passive or if it was easier to let others control her. Her life was more sad than happy because of it.

I am big fan of old movies and the lives that lived them. If you are too, you will want to read Jean’s story.

A Special Thank You to Harlequin (US & Canada and Netgalley for the ARC and the opportunity to post an honest review.

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