Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
A handsome blue blood fiance, a successful career, and chic friends – Ani is living a glamorous life. Confident, elegant, and simply prosperous, she is what every twenty-something women in New York want to be. But behind Ani’s charming smile hides a secret. And now is the time to tell her side of the story.
Luckiest Girl Alive is an entertaining yet very slow read. The plot lucked suspense, and many twists were predictable. Ani’s character is struggling with childhood trauma on the inside, while on the outside she is playing happy-go-lucky fiance, friend, daughter, and writer. I had a hard time liking Ani, as a teenager and an adult. I wanted to like her, but there was something about this character that irritated me very much.
Overall, it was an ok read. It didn’t keep me on the edge of my seat, although I was expecting a big shocking reveal at the end. Would I recommend it to my friends? Nah, will skip this one.
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