Wednesday, May 8, 2013

The Bad Girls' Club by Kathryn O'Halloran

5 Star

Three girls unite in their realisation that keeping themselves nice has got them nowhere. It’s time to take action. It’s time to rebel. It’s time to become Bad Girls.

Imogen wants to get laid but how can she be a bad girl until she loses a few kilos and gets her body into order? Beth is happy to be a bad girl - so long as no one else finds out and so long as she is in control. Juliette’s not really sure what she’s doing there, but it sure beats another Saturday night gaming with her geek boyfriend.

They band together to form the Bad Girls Club, a support group for recovering nice girls, and through a series of brazen dares, push the limits of their sexuality.

But are the girls ready to finally take the final leap that will have them branded as bad girls for real? To save the club, and each other, they each have to publicly acknowledge their darkest secrets.

The Bad Girls’ Club – it’s about sex, it’s about dares but most of all, it’s about friendship.

Sabrina-Kate - 5 Star

The Bad Girls' Club by Kathryn O'Halloran is exactly the type of chick lit book I adore when I want a fun and uncomplicated fully enjoyable read. From the first page, I found myself devouring the book though it did get a bit racy at times. But let's be honest, most of us have thought about this stuff if not having done it.

The three friends involved were so realistic to real life that it was easy to relate to them, their hang ups, issues and problems. I enjoy books like this where the characters have problems and make mistakes. A lot of times I found myself groaning out loud, thinking something like "I have done that before". The story did get a little farfetched at times but I think it was more due to the author exaggerating the circumstances a bit so it still remained plausible if not likely.

All in all, I did really like The Bad Girls' Club a lot for the easy read that it was, and I really enjoyed that it alternated chapters between different characters' viewpoints. I always find that enjoyable versus one person relating the entire tale. It's nice to have the different perspective and reactions of different characters in my opinion as it helps to make a more rounded story.

Thank you to Kathryn O’Halloran for our review copy. All opinions are our own.

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