Monday, February 15, 2016

Luckiest Girl Alive/Jessica Knoll/341 pgs.

TifAni FaNelli appears to have it all: a cool job working for a women's magazine and a wealthy fiance, who has good looks and "old" family wealth.  In the midst of planning for her wedding, Ani, as she now prefers to be called, has agreed to go back to her old high school, to participate in a documentary, pertaining to events that had occurred ten years ago.  Told in Ani's voice, the story slowly sucks the reader in--an intriguing debut. Highly recommended!

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