29 April 2015

Tour & Review: Book Club by Jaime Boust

Celebrity Kidnappings, the Kama Sutra, Russian Mobsters, Congolese Shimmer Frogs...

Book Club is a time to drink wine, to live vicariously through erotic fiction, and pay lip service to one’s life goals. The club's founder wants to be a writer but can’t find her story. Billie is the virgin mailwoman who doesn't know if she’s gay or straight. Ashleigh is the beautiful housewife who can’t get pregnant by her philandering husband, and Marissa is the high-powered executive who has sacrificed her own family for a stressful job that makes her miserable.

They meet once a month, updating their dream boards guided by the self-help book du jour, but nothing ever changes. Until Marissa’s mysterious sister arrives and shakes the women into action.


Source: Blog Tour | Review Consideration

5 Words: Friendship, family, excitement, books, wine.

This book was a great, quick read and honestly not at all what I expected.

Bookclub is fast paced and a little bit crazy. Even the tone it's written in is excitable and you just get sucked in. Sure, there are a few slightly unbelievable elements, but this is fiction.

I loved the characters and the journey of self-discovery they went on, how they had all changed by the end. And I loved all of the fun they had while they were doing it. The drunk scenes were hilarious.

This was such fun to read and I'd recommend it to anyone looking for something to pass the time. It's full of the feel-good factor.



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