So, you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, right? Maybe that theory should be rethought. I had really high hopes for this book; the cover is bright yellow with a black bikini stretched across to look like a smiley face. This book, to me, looked like it would be a perfect addition to my chick-lit collection. I'm happy to say that I wasn't disappointed.
Postcards from Last Summer tells the tale of four young friends.
As children, Darcy, Elle, Lindsay, and Tara meet while playing on the beaches of the Hamptons. They come from vastly different backgrounds and economic situations, yet quickly meld together
to become the best of friends.
Despite the trying circumstances that swirl about them, the four girls grown into womanhood together They retain their closely knit friendships, even through the trials that befall them. From weight gain and loss and to fortunes that come and go, the women discover what really matters in life: your best friends.
Bailey delivers a well-rounded, thoroughly enjoyable tale that breaks all boundaries of predictable chick-lit and sets a high standard for future works in this genre.