Out of work and with some money from her grandmother, Kerrie, using her new name - Olivia, makes the move and lands an interview with Jordana who owns a wedding planner business that caters to the wealthy and important.
Kerrie - the new Olivia - gets the job in a quick and easy interview. Was it too easy? Did Jordana really not know who Kerrie was?
After Kerrie was successful at obtaining the job, the excitement wore off almost immediately, and she was worried she didn’t make the right decision.
We follow both women as they play their roles and we wonder what had happened between them that made Olivia want to ruin Jordana.
Learning about their pasts and their childhoods gave insight into what happened eighteen years ago and what made them who they were today.
I actually liked both Jordana and Olivia even though they both were pretending to be someone they were not.
I also liked the light story line and learning the ins and outs and stresses of a wedding-planning business for the rich and famous.
It took a chapter or two to get me hooked, but PRETTY REVENGE was an enjoyable read despite what I had thought was a sinister-sounding title and cover. I didn't think it was going to be as tame as it was.
This book actually was on the delightful side.
If you are a fashionista, love New York, wonder how friendships go wrong, believe that you can be happy, and find characters you can love and hate at the same time, you won’t want to miss PRETTY REVENGE. 5/5
This book was given to me as an ARC by the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.