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I read a few books by Olivia Goldsmith and have been entertained. I expected the same from this book (upon reading the excerpt in the back) but I was in for a big surprise. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ditsy Mitzi
The characters are so well defined they are almost alive but, fortunately not bigger than life, just believable in their roles as they interact to move the plot forward. Read morePublished 3 months ago by dgeorge
I purchased this title because I very much enjoyed Goldsmith's book, The Bestseller, which I would recommend buying--but not this one. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Mystery Gal
I enjoyed the story of these women, but felt the ending was a little too unrealistic, but it did hold my interest to the end. I will definitely read another of MPublished 5 months ago by Ann Marie Foote
It has been a minute since I read any of Olivia Goldsmith's books. I was not disappointed. I could not put it down. Definitely something to take to the beach or the slopes.Published 6 months ago by kc sweets
Very similar in style to 'First Wives Club', but a really good read.Published 8 months ago by Samantha Steel
Very cliche'd, predictable man-hating romance novel. Not what I expect from Goldsmith, very disappointed.Published 11 months ago by Becky Owens
Eh. This book could have been better. I'm usually a huge fan of Goldsmith but, this book seemed almost like a repeat of The First Wive's Club and that rubbed me the wrong way. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Katie Hennessey