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How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls by Zoey Dean
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Jun 30, 11

it was amazing
bookshelves: src-summer-2011, 2011-books
Read from June 28 to July 02, 2011

I'm usually not into the chick lit genre, in general I find them a little too mindless, so I was shocked that I loved this novel. I thought it had just the right balance of drama, coming of age, and brainless rich girl drama.

The story centers around Megan Smith a broke college graduate, who agrees to tutor Sage and Rose Baker twin socialites whose grandmother is withholding their trust fund until they get into Duke University. Zoey Dean does an amazing job of drawing the reader in, and getting them to buy into the "poor little rich girl" idea with the twins. She's a fantastic writer, and she's taken chick lit to a new level in my opinion.

I'd recommend this to anyone who wants a great beach read, or who wants to read a "coming of age" story with a designer twist.

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