Scruples

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Scruples is the novel that created publishing history, the first and widely acknowledged to be the very best novel ever written about the staggeringly luxurious life of a Beverly Hills boutique and the people who work in it Scruples was translated into twenty languages and made Rodeo Drive famous around the world The New York Post said that Scruples was born to Scruples is the novel that created publishing history, the first and widely acknowledged to be the very best novel ever written about the staggeringly luxurious life of a Beverly Hills boutique and the people who work in it Scruples was translated into twenty languages and made Rodeo Drive famous around the world The New York Post said that Scruples was born to be a smash bestseller It has inside information about the worlds of high fashion and Hollywood than you d find in a dozen manuals With Scruples, Judith Krantz earned her reputation as a blazingly talented and original storyteller she takes her readers behind the scenes of wealthy and fame to show them the real people and the real emotions that exist at the core of even the most high powered lives Scruples is the leader of her 1 best selling novels.
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  • Evie says:

    This was THE pornographic novel in my coming of age story. It was the only thing I had access to that was mildly explicit when I was a throbbing tween, so the spine was broken and the dirty pages dogeared. I'd probably cringe if I read it today, but it has a special place in my heart and in my pants.

  • Jen says:

    Did every girl in the world steal this from her mother just read the sex parts and then sneak it back on the shelf? I feel vindicated that most of the Good Reads reviews say the same thing. Totally trashy and awesome. I've been wanting to re-read this for a while, just to see if it's still as shocking to me. Probably not.

  • Jennifer says:

    Really, I could put any book by JK here -- I have read her entire oeuvre -- but Scruples was the book that stole my heart. An overweight, awkward, ostracized ugly duckling who sheds her weight, sheds her billionaire husband, finds her power and wants to run the world? Billy Hunnenwell Ikehorn Orsini Elliott 4-ever.

  • the gift says:

    second review: well. i read it, or close enough. and the answer to the motivating question? should i read it again no. this is what happens when a book is easily downed from the library. requires no effort, no critical thought. but i did read all but skipping through the last fifty pages. by which time i have a good idea that perhaps this need not be read onceis is very much a book of the materialistic '80s. there is a cumulative effect of exhaustion from so much proudly recounted names, where t [...]

  • Margitte says:

    I loved Judith Krantz's books when I was in my twenties and still find anything contra to my own culture and old traditional values exciting. In fact, we raved about her books. I'm not rating it since I've read it so long ago and might have a totally different experience if I reread it.I just wanted to add them to my book experiences.

  • Sarah says:

    total trash, but so worth it!decadent 80's excess, fashion, sex, love, business has it all.A guilty pleasure, trashy beach book you cant put down!

  • Martin says:

    I’ve been comparing many novels to SCRUPLES and yet still no posteaze-factor/2016

  • oliviasbooks says:

    2009: Boy, Scruples has it's fair share of explicit sex in all thinkable variety. Usually an overdose ruins a romance for me. But when I bought a grubby, well-thumbed copy in a small second-hand-store ten years ago, I got addicted for a few months and had to read all the other Krantz books as well - ploughing facinatedly through the high society glamour and relationship drama and steaminess. Though, each time I see shelves tagged with "guilty pleasure" I immediately think of Scruples and the res [...]

  • Meghan Pochebit says:

    Trashy. Trashy. Trashy. Love it. Put on the shelf of books to read when your brain is tired and needs some good old smut. An even better option for such a mindset: Valley of the Dolls!

  • Circa says:

    Right off the bat I can say this was not as dirty or trashy as it was hyped to be nor was it memorable. I think the main waste of potential was Billy as a protagonist. She was by far the most captivating character and the easiest to sympathize with for her humble, insecure beginnings but her page time was in competition with like five other mediocre characters. The entire time I was reading I kept asking myself "why?" Why make a book about this modern Cinderella type woman and her boutique and t [...]

  • Alicia says:

    This is one of those books that teenage girls pass back and forth so they can all read the "sex parts." It's crazy! Crazy good.

  • Nicole F says:

    Oh my god, this is trash at it's very best. This book taught me what "glory holes" are. Life changing!

  • Allie says:

    Well I thought this was going to be more fun than it ended up being. Hyped up as a sexy, lavish romance in Hollywood, where everyone is so rich they could never go broke and everyone is having sex with everyone else. And really, that's exactly what you get, and it was kind of depressing, to be totally honest. If this is anything like what fame and excessive wealth are actually like, I'm incredibly glad I have neither.

  • Dawn Michelle says:

    This was one of those "forbidden" books that I snuck into the house and read under the covers so my Mom would not catch me reading it [to be fair to her, she never really censored me per say, but would have been unhappy that her 13/14 year old daughter was reading such an "adult" novel]. I do not remember a lot about this book, I will admit. I believe I liked it at the time and I know I checked it out more than once.

  • Julia Lednicky says:

    BEVERLY HILLS GLITZ & GLAM👍: three compelling main characters, intersecting plot lines, insights into the film industry and the world of high fashion. 👎: a few too many minor characters, endlessly rambling descriptions that devolve into tedious tangents, the trashy sex scenes were a bit much. Overall a very entertaining glimpse into the bicoastal world of wealth, power, & haute couture.

  • Michelle says:

    Oooh, boy, I have been in the mood for some trashy books lately. So I thought it was time to read some Scruples. Especially since there might be a movie or show soon? Gotta beat the rush. And what did I think? Yes, it's trash. But most of it is pretty good trash! We have: an awkward, overweight girl from an upper crust Boston family who goes to Paris and becomes a swan, as one only can in Paris; a California boy, who believes in beautiful women (taking beautiful pictures of them, and sleeping wi [...]

  • Lila Veen says:

    I knew I'd love this book. I'd read "Till We Meet Again" years ago after spontaneously remembering the miniseries and wondered why I'd never read "Scruples." So basically Judith Krantz described the store exactly the way I picture Anthropologie. Coincidence? Love it.Also, how could it end like that? I mean, it's the perfect HEA, but you just want it to keep going. Of course I'll get to the sequel one day. But this is how to end a book with a HEA. Judith Krantz probably didn't even think to write [...]

  • R says:

    This is an oldie but goodie! I felt like it was a dirty pleasure, thumbing through pages of sex, profanity, power, socialitesI'm going to have to get a trenchcoat and sunglasses and hit the bookstore to get more Judith Krantz perhaps.I loved the characters. I loved the use of the "C" word in a positive, lusty light as well as a derogatory way that women today are dramatically horrified to hear.My only dislike was Billy's true path to happiness. She forgets her birth control pills for 3 months be [...]

  • Mitch says:

    I read this book when I was 11-years-old. And it would seem that I read it because of the sex. To be honest, the real draw for me was the glamour. Krantz tells a story of a world I was fascinated by at that time. It was about money and fashion, fame and glamour. I don't really remember the sex scenes, but I do remember Krantz's descriptions of outfits, interiors, store merchandise and scenes. Her later novels became something of a joke, and eventually became Lifetime movies starring Valerie Bert [...]

  • Shamsh says:

    Although Judith Krantz displays very limited knowledge about South America by committing mistakes such as saying Buenos Aires is in Brazil, and that people speak Spanish in Rio, I have to admit she was able to create a very involving and interesting story about the world of fashion and cinema in Beverly Hills. She is indeed a writer of "sex and shopping" as it was said before, but also a writer who really knows the meaning of reading for fun Her book is highly entertaining and addictive, her cha [...]

  • Beth Vandemore says:

    I know, chee-zy, Schmaltzy (with a capital 'S')but, this book was one great read when I read it! Really entertaining and it spoke to my fascination with all things glamorous when I read it as a teenager. I want to re-read this book asap. I still have one thing I related to and consequently learned in this book in play today: Wear black with cleavage and you're properly accessorized. Simple. It's kind of naughty, too. It's on my top 10 list. Cheap and tawdry, and so alluring.

  • Narnia says:

    I found this book on my parents' bookshelf when I was about 12 I could not put it down! I had never seen/heard/read anything like it, and I think that I owe a lot of my sex education to this book. LOL I should go back and read it again as an adult and see what I think of it, and how much my pre-teen mind took away from it aside, of course, from the naughty bits. My mom found it under my bed and about killed me. Hahahaha! God, this book has memories!

  • Theresa says:

    This is one of the books we can blame for my lifelong passion for commercial fiction. I fell in love with this book when I was in high school, and I still think Billy Ikehorn is one of the great characters in the genre. In my next life, I plan to study abroad in France and marry a rich guy (or several) and own lots of department stores.

  • ♥ Marlene♥ says:

    Read this years and years ago. I remember that I loved it and red it more than once. I think I was 15/16 at that time so reading all those books (Harold Robbins comes to mind) where you read about sex I devoured it. So yes my taste has changed over the years, but for the above reasons I am giving this 5 stars.

  • Denis says:

    One of the ultimate guilty pleasures of the eighties. Probably quite bad, but hard to resist all the same. Judith Kranz was the queen of glitzy trash, and somehow she knew how to make it work. This one, and Princess Daisy, are great fun - in the same way bad campy movies can be. Just don't take them seriously. And enjoy the ride.

  • Betsy says:

    Yeah, OK, go ahead, mock me. I devoured this in college.

  • Steph (loves water) says:

    Read this book so many times back in the day, I think I just might re-read it for fun!

  • Lynn says:

    Quintessential beach trash. God, I love this book.

  • Carla says:

    This was a perfect summer re-read, mostly. Toward the end I felt like I'd had way too much of a delicious sweet.

  • Jenn says:

    THIS WAS SO CONSTANTLY RIDICULOUS AND SO GOOD FOR MEEEEEEEEE

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