The Devil in the Junior League : Willow Creek

  • by Linda Francis Lee
  • Narrated by Jenna Lamia
  • Series: Willow Creek
  • 11 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Junior League of Willow Creek, Texas, is très exclusive. Undesirables need not apply. Fredericka Mercedes Hildebrand Ware (Frede to her friends) is a member beyond reproach...until her life begins to unravel. When her husband betrays her, steals her money, and runs off to places unknown, it's something Frede would prefer to keep under wraps. The last thing she needs is to become fodder for the JLWC gossip mill. And to make matters worse, there's only one person in town who stands a chance at helping her get revenge - Howard Grout, a tasteless, gold-chain-wearing lawyer who has bought his way into Frede's tony neighborhood. But there's a price: She has to get his tacky, four-inch-stiletto-and-pink-spandex-wearing wife, Nikki, into the Junior League.The crème de la crème of Southern royalty should sit up and take notice, and hang on tight for this irresistible tale of getting in and getting even.


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Loved it

This is a great book. My husband is a non-fiction reader and hates chick lit, but he listened to this with me on a recent trip and he also enjoyed it. He laughed out loud quite a bit. This really is a good story. The book is written in the first person and the main character (the heroine) uses a lot of lists (First, second, etc) to present ideas or aspects of the story line. I thought the use of lists was very clever. The main character really grows on you. She is very proud of herself but it is not a turn off - it is really hilarious.
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- bebe "Attorney - love to listen to audio books"

Fun chick lit

I added this to my "to read" list when this first came out and I saw what a fit the Junior Leagues of American were throwing about its contents. Never having been in a Junior League in Texas but with friends that were, I was curious. This was fun, easy, "escape" reading. I actually started it twice because when I first began, it just seemed too lightweight for me to care. The obviously not-from-Texas accent was initially very distracting for me since I am a Texan and NO ONE native to this state speaks this way. The narrator has a consistent southern accent and does a wonderful job with the different voices and once I got past her lack of a Texas accent, I enjoyed her reading. No one choosing this is expecting deep, meaningful literature, but for those looking for a light, distracting summer read, this fits the bill.
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- Lori

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-22-2008
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio