Upper East Side mother Julia prides herself on introducing cool things to her friends. So when she is stuck in the city for the summer, not in the Hamptons with everyone else, she takes on a little project. She will teach Flame spin instructor Tatum how to become the next big thing. But soon her prodigy turns on her and as her life spins out of control, Julia discovers who her friends really are.
This was a really entertaining read, it’s clever and witty with an extra side of snark. While the heroine is self-absorbed and superficial, you can’t help but be drawn into her world. If you love stories about social status and backstabbing women, then this is the book for you.