Jordana is a celebrity wedding planner being interviewed on a morning news show. She is also the person who ruined Kerrie’s life eighteen years ago. Kerrie is unemployed and in a mundane relationship when she decides to enact her Pretty Revenge by applying to be Jordana’s assistant.
It was fun to read the back and forth gamesmanship between the two leads. However, the ending was predictable. Pretty Revenge was marketed as a thriller but reads more like chick-lit without the humor or much romance. Still the battling of the two women makes for some light summer entertainment. 3.5 stars.
Thanks to Gallery Books and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.
Posted in Fiction Tagged with: Chick lit, Jul 2 2019