Review: Mean Sisters




Perfect for fans of Sophie Kinsella, Lindsey Kelk and Mean Girls.
A sassy, hilariously funny murder mystery where the closest bonds of friendship might just kill you…!

Margot Blythe is a twenty-something year old who can’t seem to let her college glory days go. After all, everyone deserves a family of ‘sisters’ like she had. When she’s invited to speak at her alma mater, her homecoming reception isn’t exactly what she expected. Tragedy strikes and Margot has to step up, especially when foul play is suspected.

She’s going to save her fifty frazzled ‘sisters’, keep the suspicious (but dangerously cute) police officer at bay and find out the truth – could a sister have committed such an unimaginable sin as murder?

Margot is going to learn the real bond of sisterhood and maybe, just maybe, discover where she truly belongs.

Rating: 5 stars


Wow! The Mean Sisters is a novel women cannot pass up on…this read is everything readers want. Humor, friendships, mystery and a bit of hot sparks flying around…Lindsay Emory is a talented writer. Her novel reminds me of Legally Blonde in a way of the whole soroity house thing. Readers will get an insider’s view to the going ons within a very top close knit soroity house. The girls seem like the super sweet women but not all of them are nice…espeically like the campus cop, Ty Hartfield who was teased badly for his weight. It takes until the end for Margot to remember who Ty was…but then again there was a lot going on within her soroity group. Things she didn’t think would happen but did.

The Mean Sisters is an absolute must read for all. The laughter, tears, and dedication is amazing. Lindsay Emory shows readers a realistic side to sorioties. They can be both good and bad…like say blackmail, sex ring, and murder all wrapped up inside of one house. A house full of many suspects…and as the plot unfolds…Margot and Ty find themselves trying to find a murder…and it’s hard for Margot to think one of her sisters can be anything but good. However, she starts to find things suspicious after several incidents inside the house happen. Readers will be hooked from the beginning. This read is addictive and well-written. The characters are super believable and intriguing…I hope Lindsay Emory writes another book featuring the soroity sister, Margot and her new friend Ty Hartfield and what lies in wait for them next. Overall, I highly recommend this delightful novel to readers everywhere. I loved reading and can promise you won’t be disappointed.

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