Christmas Awards 2011

Sunday, 23 August 2015

Luckiest Girl Alive

Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

May 2015

ISBN: 978-1-4767-8963-7

Pages: 338

Contemporary, Thriller

Ani FaNelli endured a shocking, public humiliation when she was a teenager at the prestigious Bradley School. It also left her desperate to reinvent herself. Now she is living close to the perfect life she has worked so hard to achieve with a handsome blue blood fiancé, an expensive wardrobe and a glamorous job.

Ani has a secret.

She is still haunted by something else that is buried in her past.  It is something that is both painful and private and it is threatening to bubble to the surface and ruin everything for her.

Ani has a cutthroat ambition and some sharp edges that she uses to protect a scandalous truth and a heart that is actually bigger than it seems.

Now Ani has to decide if by breaking her silence she will destroy everything she has worked for or if she will finally be set free.

This is a book that takes so many twists and turns that you never know just where it is going or where it will end up. Ani seems cold and difficult but as the reader gets more into the story they find that there is a lot more to Ani than they first thought there was.  The story is very engrossing as the reader will want to find out just what is going on and what Ani is hiding from her past.  It has a very satisfying ending and the story will stay with the reader long after they have finished the book.

I give this one 5 red roses


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