Monica Brisbaine is a fun-loving girl of the Roaring Twenties, enjoying her freedom as an anonymous writer for a local newspaper. She loves spending time in the speakeasies researching for her column and flirting with men, whether they are married or not. When her boss dies, his nephew takes over the paper and wants to move in a more positive direction with it. What will this mean for Monica and her life outside the law?
I am a big fan of Allison Pittman! She has such a great style of writing. Her characters are lovable, despite their flaws. In this book, she does a great job capturing the culture of the 20’s. However, as in her other books, there is a good message in it. This book is particularly nice to read if you’ve read All for a Song, because some characters from that book make an appearance in this one.
If you enjoy historical fiction, you will enjoy this book. If you like entertaining books with a good message, this is a good choice. If you read this one and like it, check out Pittman’s other books at the links below: