Thursday, 28 May 2015


Getting divorced at twenty-five sucks

Teaching over-confident rich kids when you're all but homeless sucks. In fact, every single aspect of Daisy Fitzgerald’s life is one big…

Enter Xander, a Knight-in-Shining-Cricket-Pads, who knocks her off her wedge heels and into his privileged world of It-girls, players and Michelin stars.

High on cocktails & escapism
Daisy agrees to play Forfeit, the ultimate game of dares. A simple kiss dare ignites her relationship with Xander, but the game's called Forfeit for good reason. Can they survive three rounds?

Blackmail • Betrayal • Revenge 
Move over Gatsby, there's a new bunch of bored young things in town.

I'm lost for words. I thoroughly enjoyed this modern romance with a cheeky edge to it. Some parts were slow and then others were so good you would literally leave the kids waiting for tea. Caroline has written a contempory chick lit with teeth. the book has a total mind **** fuck of a story line and your constantly thinking of who dunnit and changing your mind page by page. 
The characters were interesting and i wanted to throttle daisy in most chapters she was quite self absorbed but thoroughly entertaining and kind.
Xander was just too good to be true and why the hell doesn't she just go with it ?
James well he is a complex character and I'm constantly wondering WTF.
marcus, robbie and scott are adorable .

but these characters amaze me with their rich lifestyle and drug taking habits, and the game ? i mean just wtf.
It really is a look at how the other half live. I'm new to caroline's work but already my purchased another of her books.

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