A Peyton Place for the Upper East Side mommy set, this story about a recovering rock singer and the parents of the children she leads in the Hokey Pokey is full of jealousy and intrigue. The characters are surprisingly rich for a takedown of the wealthy members of an infant and toddlers playgroup.
I didn't bookmark anything--or Adobe Digital Editions didn't save them, just as likely, so I don't have anything specific to cite. I'm troubled that the Bluefire Reader seems to lose graphic content (e.g., characters' text messages). Adobe has a slow page turn, which flashes white when you're reading on a black background like I typically do. I wonder if I can open those files in Libby???
I like that it's not a romance, but the protag gets laid.