Secret Sisterhood of the Heartbreakers- ARC Tour

Secret Sisterhood of the Heartbreakers
by Lynn Weingarten
Published by Harper Teen
Published on Dec 27, 2011







Summary Taken from Goodreads:

When her boyfriend breaks up with her on the first day of sophomore year, Lucy has no idea how she’s going to make it through homeroom, let alone the rest of her life. Enter three stunning girls with a magical offer Lucy can’t refuse. All she has to do is get a guy to fall in love with her in the next seven days, and then…break his heart and collect one of his brokenhearted tears. As the girls teach Lucy how to hook a guy (with the help of a little magic), she quickly discovers how far she is willing to go—and who she is willing to cross—to get what she wants.

Fans of Lauren Myracle, Jodi Lynn Anderson, and Meg Cabot will love this tale of breakups, friendship, new crushes, and magic. Told with wit and charm, The Secret Sisterhood of Heartbreakers is sure to be one of this winter’s most irresistible reads!



This is an incredibly visual book. I spent most of the time wishing that I wasn't reading it, but watching it on my TV.  I can imagine such vivid colors, beautiful clothes, hauntingly creepy scenery.  Lush bedrooms- and the mother of all closets.  How can I not want to see this book come to life?
I enjoyed this book.  It is not a deep book, in any sense.  The book was fun, but very superficial.  I had a hard time caring about the main character.  She is needy and very self-ish, and that didn't seem to change throughout the course of the book.  That being said, I came for the story and stayed for the details.  The WAY the characters lived was utterly fascinating.

I am not typically a big contemporary reader, but the hint of magic had me interested.  This book reminded me of the movie "Practical Magic" (without the scary zombie boyfriends).  It was fun, light, and a great one day read.

Thank you to ATW Tours for providing this book for me to read.


1 comment:

  1. Fun. It sounds interesting. I always like something with a hint of magic in it - or more. :) Contemporary + magic is always fun. Glad you shared.

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