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Girls No More: A Novel | [Caryl Rivers]

Girls No More: A Novel

Two best friends from high school, Peggy Morrison and Constance Masters, reunite in Washington and continue their indecent behavior. One becomes a Capitol Hill gossip columnist and the other is a prize-winning journalist, and both exploit their feminine wiles to get what they want.
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Publisher's Summary

The sequel to the international best seller Virgins

Two best friends from high school, Peggy Morrison and Constance Masters, reunite in Washington and continue their indecent behavior. One becomes a Capitol Hill gossip columnist and the other is a prize-winning journalist, and both exploit their feminine wiles to get what they want.

©2012 Caryl Rivers (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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    A better narrator - The story isn't half bad but the narrator kills it.


    How did the narrator detract from the book?

    Her over the top expression often made you think it was all suppose to be sarcastic, and if that is what the author was intending then I don't think I can handle that much sarcasm. Since the setting is a real place - Washington DC and it's sounding suburbs you would think that the narrator could find out how people in this area pronounce things - but no they just get slaughtered.


    You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

    I enjoyed the fact that the book is set in Washington DC as well as a time period when I lived in the DC area all helping to make it seem more real. The story line was also a plus for the book .


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    Probably will never by another book narrated by this individual

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