"girlbosses" mingle with the astrology-obsessed--the more Jillian learns that bad things happen to those who dare to question the club's motives or giggle at its outlandish rituals.
The select group of women who populate the club may be far more powerful than she ever imagined.
And far more dangerous too.
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My Rating: 5 stars
Genre Women’s Fiction
Review Snapshot : Laura Hankin pens a compulsively readable women’s fiction novel that centers around a secret society of women in NYC! Things get weird in the middle, but I LIVED for the weirdness that went on! So. Good!
Ever since I read Happy and You Know It by Laura Hankin, I knew she would be an author I go back to over and over again. Her characters, while not the most likeable, are exactly as one would picture them; uptight and snotty elite women, women who think they are above everyone else because they are rich etc. Even though you don’t WANT to connect with people like them you can really help it because Laura shows that even though they are distasteful, they too have their own flaws that make them the way they are. It’s really quite amazing how she does this and it’s shown through both books. I think many of the women who I came to dislike in these novels actually redeemed themselves in some way- very cool!
Now, I don’t want to spoil this book because it truly IS an intriguing, unique, and EXCELLENT read, but I will say that the reviews are true. Thing DO get weird towards the middle of the book but it’s not something we don’t EXPECT. There are hints thrown throughout the first half of the book so we do know where it might be going, just not what is actually going to happen. I loved this A LOT.
That being said, I enjoyed this book immensely and never wanted to put it down. I picked it up whenever I could and sat for hours devouring the pages. If you want a book that’s a bit quirky and totally binge worthy then I highly recommend this one! I can’t wait for her next novel!
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