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América en los años veinte era un país lleno de vida; con la salvaje diversión del Jazz los bares clandestinos y un nuevo tipo de mujer las flappersVera Abramowitz está decidida a dejar su delicada infancia atrás y vivir una vida más emocionante una ue su madre jamás habría soñado Meneando su peinado mostrando sus rodillas la belleza de labios pintados deslumbra bailando charlestón en clubs nocturnos y ganándose el apodo de «Cara de muñeca»Como la mejor f Setting 1920s ChicagoSteam Factor Mild3 12 StarsAt 18 spunky Vera Abramowitz leaves her comfortable home and sets out on her own By day she is a typist but when the sun sets she drinks and dances the night away and lives life to the fullestVera is unaware that there is a war brewing between Al Capone s South Side gang and Dion O Banion s North Side mobsters over the city s booze trade After Shep Green rescues Vera during a raid one night he shows her a life beyond her wildest dreams Vera soon becomes friends with two gangster s molls but when encounters Tony Liolli one of Capone s boy s Vera becomes hopelessly drawn to himBig mistakeas Vera knows Tony isn t the kind of guy to settle down and when their affair leads to her getting pregnant she uickly marries Shep Green Could Vera s choices get any worse Oh indeedVera is now trapped in the world of the mob and drawn into covering a murder and also risking her life when finally everything comes crashing down on Valentines Day The author does a great job of blowing open the doors of Prohibition era of Chicago with music dancing and of course the famous bobbed haired flappers Add to that your bootlegging guns and raids and those bad ol boys mama dosent want you messing with The story is told in the first person prose and Vera tells her tale of a nice girl caught up in the Beer Wars and grows up to be uite the formidable woman I have to say this is not one of my favorite time periods I dont know why it just dosen t grab me as my historicalfictionromances do But I wanted to try something different and glad I did as it did have the right balance of historical detaildramaromance and kept me into her story but at other times not enough meat in the storyplot that I was expecting But over all a good read if you like this Era All Tied Up tipo de mujer las flappersVera Abramowitz está decidida a dejar su delicada infancia atrás y vivir una vida más emocionante una ue su madre jamás habría soñado Meneando su peinado mostrando sus rodillas la belleza de labios pintados deslumbra bailando charlestón en clubs nocturnos y ganándose el apodo de «Cara de muñeca»Como la mejor f Setting 1920s ChicagoSteam Factor Mild3 12 StarsAt 18 spunky Vera Abramowitz leaves her comfortable home and sets out on her own By day she is a The Film Snob*s Dictionary typist but when In the Eyes of Crazy (Kontras Menagerie the sun sets she drinks and dances Tea Environments and Plantation Culture the night away and lives life 50 Hikes in the Adirondack Mountains to Survive by the Team the fullestVera is unaware Angels & Demons (Angels & Demons, that Washington! 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Lapper Vera capta la atención de dos importantes rollers un atractivo propietario de un club y un sexy apostador En sus brazos entra en un mundo lleno de bourbon de contrabando excepcional jazz y dinero a espuertas Ella cree ue su mayor problema es elegir uno de ellos antes de ue se descubra la verdad Sus dos amantes en realidad son dos gánsters de bandas rivales en la infame Guerra de la Cerveza de Chicago una batalla ue Al Capone se niega a perder La apasionante vid So delightfully trashy D I m not really sure how this made it into major name trade paperback it s adult yes but only slightly so than Anna Godbersen s flapper trilogy there s a lot of melodramatic WTF that many authors publishers shy away from these days Herein we ve got Vera Evelyn two nice girls who ve decided to become flappers As the book opens Vera meets a Capone thug Tony Evelyn takes up with Izzy a woman bashing creeper who works for Shep a high ranking bootlegger in Capone s rival gang In an unrelated incident Vera also meets Shep himself unwisely latches onto both him Tony though to her credit she didn t realize the danger until later before deciding to marry Shep for security But she keeps banging Tony on the side since Shep s sexxing is inadeuate to her hormones Classy D Anyway between Vera Evelyn plus Dora Basha two other molls we have flapperly shenanigans like attempted abortion crashed parties adultery domestic violence rum running prison sentences tommy guns funerals catfights meat packing plants bloodspray fingers cut off posh clothes speakeasys seedy dealers Someone gets hacked up with a cleaver someone else is murdered by the Black Hand We meet characters named Knuckles Sueak Mrs Sueak We get cameos from Pickford Chaplin Capone all the good stuff you d expect in a prohibition potboiler Basically it s a soap on paper I don t say that to criticize I like soapy historicals I actively seek them out because screw those unintelligible Booker nominees shrug Beauteous dense verbiage is a nice bonus when married to an addictive plot example THE OTHER TYPIST but ultimately I m looking for clean competent prose that engages me in the incidents invests me in the characters keeps the story rollingwhich DOLLFACE does warts all 4 stars overall good fun for those who enjoy some WTF trashiness coloring their history I also like the author s willingness to make Vera a bitchy heroine she narrates first person her Bad Life Choices aren t glossed over

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A ue está viviendo es solo una ilusión ue descansa sobre el lecho de roca de crimen y violencia ue el país nunca antes había visto Cuando los buenos tiempos llegan a su fin Vera esta en medio de todo desde contrabando hasta asesinato Mientras los hombres de ambos bandos van cayendo a su alrededor Vera deberá juntar las piezas de su destrozada vida mientras Chicago se precipita hacia uno de los días más horribles de la historia la Masacre del Día de San Valentín It s the Roaring 20 sProhibition speakeasies gangsters the rich and the poor DOLLFACE portrays the life of those living in Chicago during this time No one was exempt from what was going onVera Abramowitz worked in the typing pool of an insurance firm and also as a telephone operator to make ends meet and she still made next to nothing She didn t want to do this for her entire life and then met Shep Green a gangster She also met Tony Liolli who also was a gangster She began dating both men even though she knew she was playing with fire by dating both of them at the same timeDespite the danger she was putting herself in she couldn t help herself Tony was fun Shep had power and she didn t want to turn out like her motherpoor and still working in the slaughterhouse Then something happened and she found out who the real man was and who the real slacker wasDOLLFACE is written in an easy style that grabs you as you want to learn about this time period The characters are definitely authentic and the activity at that time appears to be right onYou will love following Vera from rags to riches and then through a rough time but Vera was tough You will be shocked at what she does as a woman in the 1920 s as well as bite your fingernails as you see what risky things she gets herself into Vera carries this fabulous story along even though it is difficult to like her or to agree with what she doesI really enjoyed DOLLFACE The reality of events was terrific The author captured the perfect picture of this time period and did excellent researchYou will want to read this book if you are a fan of historical fiction and specifically the 1920 s It was a great read 55This book was given to me free of charge and without compensation by the publisher in return for an honest review


10 thoughts on “Dollface

  1. says:

    I LOATHE love triangles I LOOOVE period pieces I LOATHE dependent female leadsI LOOOVE mobster moviesSo it all kind of evened out in

  2. says:

    Determined to get out of the stress and poverty she saw her parents face growing up Vera Abramowitz gets caught up in a whirlwind of jazz jewels and seemingly easy living It isn't until she's knocked up and begins seeing the people around her die that she opens her eyes to the fact that her honey is a mobster and the glitz and glamour comes

  3. says:

    Setting 1920s ChicagoSteam Factor Mild3 12 StarsAt 18 spunky Vera Abramowitz leaves her comfortable home and sets out on her own By

  4. says:

    So delightfully trashy D I'm not really sure how this made it into major name trade paperback; it's adult yes but only slightly so than Anna Godbersen's flapper trilogy there's a lot of melodramatic WTF that many authors publishers shy away from these days Herein we've got Vera Evelyn two nice girls who've decided to become flappers As the book opens Vera meets a Capone thug Tony Evelyn takes up with Izzy a woman bashin

  5. says:

    I'm so torn on the number of stars to give this book I went back and forth in my mind between 4 and 5 stars but I'm going to go with a 4I really

  6. says:

    “Dollface” was the name freuently given to girlfriends of mobsters during the “Flapper” years of the Roar

  7. says:

    I wanted to like this book than I did I like historical fiction and the 1920s is one of my favorite periods of his

  8. says:

    It's the Roaring 20'sProhibition speakeasies gangsters the rich and the poor DOLLFACE portrays the life of those living in Chicago during this time No one was exempt from what was going onVera Abramowitz worked in the typing pool of an insurance firm and also as a telephone operator to make ends meet and she stil

  9. says:

    I'm a sucker for the Roaring Twenties so I had to try this but got a couple of chapters in and realized it wasn't

  10. says:

    I loved this book I really love the 1920's so maybe that's why It had strong female leads which I liked This book also has r

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