Envy

The Third book in The Luxe series by Anna Godbersen

Description: Two months after Elizabeth Holland’s dramatic homecoming, Manhattan eagerly awaits her return to the pinnacle of society. When Elizabeth refuses to rejoin her sister Diana’s side, however, those watching New York’s favorite family begin to suspect that all is not as it seems behind the stately doors of No. 17 Gramercy Park South. Farther uptown, Henry and Penelope Schoonmaker are the city’s most celebrated couple. But despite the glittering diamond ring on Penelope’s finger, the newlyweds share little more than scorn for each other. And while the newspapers call Penelope’s social-climbing best friend, Carolina Broad, an heiress, her fortune—and her fame—is anything but secure.

Alright, there we go, i am one hundred percent invested in these characters stories! (Except Penelope, I hate that bitch)…Don’t get me wrong, the pace of the story still isn’t great, I had this same problem with the last one. It honestly is a bit of a slow read, but something about it makes me not able to stop reading. I don’t know if it’s the characters or the era and the customs but something is keeping me firmly attached to this series! There’s a vast amount of drama in this book, around every corner someone is hiding something, someone is lying or someone is being a ruthless bitch. And I kinda love it. It obviously ends in a cliffhanger so on to the next book I go, to finish off the series and see how it all ends, because at this point I don’t actually have any clue where this is going to go. Let’s do this!

I rate this book

8/10

HAVE A FAMTABULOTASTIC DAY

xoxo

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