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Divas, Inc.

by Donna Hill

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I liked this book. It was not bad. It was a fun bit of escapism. Sometimes, I find myself wanting to live the life of someone else, so I could relate to the protagonist in that sense.

The only thing I did not like about the book was how foolish the protagonist was at times. She's supposed to be the smart girl who makes good decisions, but she occasionally does the most cringeworthy things and is not deterred by whatever happens. For example, she rips an outfit at one point and has a slight oh no moment, but immediately throws something else on. Just a minor detail I did not like. ( )
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Diva (n.): an extremely arrogant or temperamental woman.

Delicious Diva Tip #13: When in doubt, just do it anyway.

Tiffany Lane and Chantal Hollis are bonafide divas-in every sense of the word. They've also been Margaret Drew's best friends since they were children. Margaret has always been the plain Jane of the threesome, living vicariously through the exploits of her friends. But when Tiffany and Chantal head to Europe on an extended vacation, leaving Margaret to tend their apartments, Margaret decides to see how the other half lives. Co-opting their apartments, their boyfriends (current and past), their fabulous lifestyles and Tiffany's very savvy pooch, Virginia, Margaret finally feels like she has found the life she has always wanted and deserved. But her double living begins to catch up with her and Margaret might soon be homeless, manless, and friendless all in one swoop.

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Tiffany Lane and Chantal Hollis are bonafide divas--in every sense of the word. They've also been Margaret Drew's best friends since they were children. Margaret has always been the plain Jane of the threesome, living vicariously through the exploits of her friends. But when Tiffany and Chantal head to Europe on an extended vacation, leaving Margaret to tend their apartments, Margaret decides to see how the other half lives. Co-opting their apartments, their boyfriends (current and past), their fabulous lifestyles and Tiffany's very savvy pooch, Virginia, Margaret finally feels like she has found the life she has always wanted and deserved. But her double living begins to catch up with her and Margaret might soon be homeless, manless, and friendless all in one swoop.… (more)

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