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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.
Ok but not great. A bit repetitive with the themes/situations. Entertaining enough to finish.Published 1 month 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 2 months ago by S. Segna
Took me sometime to find the plot interesting. Overall, a good and easy readPublished 4 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 4 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 6 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 7 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 7 months ago by lisa stew
The characters were very different people and came from very different lives, but the author did a great job of developing the characters individually and letting the friendship... Read morePublished 7 months ago by E L Ruchensky