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I did like the book for that--four women come together for a diversity committee and become friends.
First person writing always makes me feel closer to the narrator--when I read, I'm in her heart, not just in her head.
This one is about four Brooklyn moms who are reluctantly brought together and start playing poker to pass the time.
I felt that some of the characters were not rounded put and you were left with questions. Also the book does leave many unanswered questions which drives me crazy. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Jill Byrne
Ok but not great. A bit repetitive with the themes/situations. Entertaining enough to finish.Published 5 months ago by shannon
I really liked Four of a Kind by Valerie Frankel. A very diverse cast of characters. I will definitely be checking to see what else this author has to offer. Read morePublished 5 months ago by S. Segna
Took me sometime to find the plot interesting. Overall, a good and easy readPublished 7 months ago by JK
Four women who couldn't be more different on the surface get dragged into being on a diversity committee for their kids school. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Megan
I loved it. Using poker as a way to get to know a group of people. ...... awesome idea for a book.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
I belong to a reading group and this book provided a good discussion about how different people are from what you think. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Carrie
who couldn't like a book that teaches you how to play poker? couple that with female bonding and you've got a winner!!Published 11 months ago by lisa stew