From Publishers Weekly
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Young Gabby's obsession with fairy tales subtly mirrors Alice's new life as she explores what happens when you have to rescue yourself and make your own happily ever after, hopefully meeting a true Prince Charming along the way. (Booklist)
This should give anyone experiencing drama in his or her life comfort to know that happily ever after comes in the moments between the disappointments, sadness and frustration. Pieces of Happily Ever After reminds us we just need to look for them. (The Huffington Post)
Zutell's cast of characters are layered and detailed. Even those with bit parts are well-developed. And Zutell doesn't let her characters take the easy road as heroine Alice navigates her way back to happiness and maybe a bit of happily ever after. (TheBookChick.com)
[A] very funny debut novel [that] damns Hollywood hotcha culture, reproducing its lower-end pitches perfectly… [It] catches Tinseltown at its worst. (Publishers Weekly on They're Not Your Friends)
Hilarious, poignant, and so true to life it's frightening. They're Not Your Friends is a very entertaining Hollywood novel and the perfect summer read. (Robin Lynn Williams, author of The Assistants, on They're Not Your Friends)
A hilarious, from-the-heart debut. (Melissa Senate, author of See Jane Date and Whose Wedding Is It Anyway? on They're Not Your Friends)