When Toots Loudenberry relocated to Los Angeles from South Carolina to be near her daughter, Abby, she expected to bump into the occasional celebrity. She just never expected them to be dead.
Meanwhile, Toots, Sophie, and Mavis are concerned that the prestigious Dr. Sameer’s budding romance with Ida may have something to do with his ailing bank balance. And Abby’s attempted makeover of the celebrity magazine The Informer into the most talked-about tabloid in town could end more than just her career.
But the Godmothers wouldn’t be the Godmothers if they weren’t pulling a few behind-the-scenes strings, and Abby’s hopes of changing the fortunes of The Informer are still alive. Yet it’ll take an assist from a source no one could have predicted, let alone see, to secure a story that will shake Tinseltown to its very core
Just as warm as the previous book in the series, this one has a little more danger and excitement in it, as the Godmothers face living crooks and dead celebrities in sunny Los Angeles. A wonderful and skillfully told sequel that left me with a smile on my face, looking forward to the next book in this series.
loved it and can't wait to read the next. book. these women are a hoot!
If you could sum up Exclusive in three words, what would they be?
Original, funny, interesting
Who was your favorite character and why?
Sophie, I liked her tell it like is attitude
Which scene was your favorite?
All of them, where the Godmothers were so honest and humorous with each other. True friendship
If you could take any character from Exclusive out to dinner, who would it be and why?
Sophie, I like a person who is honest about their feelings and isn't afraid to hurt your feelings
Would you listen to Exclusive again? Why?
I WOULD WHEN I HAVE FORGOTTEN THE STORY LINE
What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)
What about Natalie Ross’s performance did you like?
EXCELLENT ON ALL COUNTS
If you could rename Exclusive, what would you call it?
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