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Jackie Collins
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Hollywood Husbands takes the concept of Hollywood Wives, flip flops the main characters' gender and tells a new story. Some characters, Sadie La Salle and Buddy Hudson, from the earlier book are mentioned but play no part in the new book.

A third novel, Hollywood Kids, was written in 1994 to complete the saga of the Hollywood families. According to a Collins interview, "the thrust of Hollywood Kids is the real tragedy of celebrities' grown offspring."

Hollywood Wives Collins's characters in Hollywood Wives (1983) seem to be thinly disguised Hollywood celebrities, but Collins says that she has created originals from composites and imagination. As in several of her other novels, women in Hollywood Wives are mostly types: the young (or not-quite-young), beautiful, and basically good-hearted woman: Angel Hudson, Montana Gray, and Elaine Conti; the brassily beautiful, avaricious, ambitious "bitch" who will do anything to get what she wants...

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