The Book of Love
Lucy has a secret. She’s a member of the Secret Sisterhood of Heartbreakers, an exclusive girls-only club dedicated to crushing the hearts of incorrigible men. Since joining, Lucy seems to have it all; she is alluring to every guy around her, she has a new group of friends, and she has access to special magical powers. But when Lucy and her Sisterhood embark upon a magical competition, true feelings and identities begin to reveal themselves, and Lucy must choose whether or not she’s ready to sacrifice her heart to become a Heartbreaker.
Fans of The Clique series will rave over this novel. I picked up The Book of Love not realizing that it is actually a sequel (to The Secret Sisterhood of Heartbreakers), but it did not make a difference in my enjoyment of the novel. While it would have helped to have a more clear understanding of the characters’ pasts, this is a novel that can be read by anyone at any time. It is refreshingly different from typical “revenge on boys” novels, which makes it a thoroughly enjoyable read. The plot itself can be a bit superficial at times, but overall, it was an entertaining read.
|Page Count||304 pages|
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