Pretty Guilty Women by Gina LaManna #prettyguiltywomen #TravelingWithT

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This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration.

Pretty Guilty Women

Summary: Four Women. Four Confessions. One Murder.

Something has gone terribly wrong at the Banks wedding. A man is dead. Four different women rush to offer confessions, each insisting that they committed the crime — alone.

Ginger is holding her family together by a thread, and this wedding weekend is not the fabulous getaway she anticipated.

Kate has enough money to buy her way out of anything. Well, almost anything.

Emily can’t shake her reputation or her memories, and she’s planning to drown this whole vacation in a bottle.

Lulu’s got ex-husbands to spare, and another on the way — as soon as she figures out what the devil the current husband is up to behind her back.

Why would they confess to the same murder? Only they know — and they’re not telling. This page-turning novel explores the depths of friendship and the truths we love to ignore.


Traveling With T’s Thoughts:

When I saw this cover at Book Expo Speed Dating, I knew I had to have it. It’s so fun looking. When the Sourcebooks publicist pitched this book, it took all I had to not just sit down and start reading it right away.


What I Liked:

The cover. Def going to be on my list of fave covers of 2019 πŸ™‚

I liked each of the women for different reasons- but Kate was my favorite. She was a great character!

The Big Little Lies feel to this book! ❀


Bottom line: With the interesting way the story is told ( we hear from all the main characters & each one is adamant in their confession), this book is worth checking out.


*This book was sent to Traveling With T for review consideration. All thoughts and opinions are mine alone.*


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Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,

T @ Traveling With T


4 thoughts on “Pretty Guilty Women by Gina LaManna #prettyguiltywomen #TravelingWithT

  1. This struck me as very much your sort of book when I first saw the publicity for it and I was hopeful it would be similar to Moriarty’s writing. Glad to hear that was the case!

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