Book Review | ‘The Heiresses’

If you’ve been following along for a while you may have gathered that I enjoy writing – after all, why would I start a blog? – but what you may not know is that I love, love, love reading. I read everything – books, magazines, cereal boxes, the backs of shampoo bottles (thank you to TIGI and Herbal Essences for making yours humorous, by the way). In fact, prior to my fiance and I moving in together we sat down to take a joint look at our finances and see how much we could realistically afford in rent and we found out that in one month I had spent something ridiculous like $400 in books. Yes, four hundred American dollars. That was simultaneously one of my proudest and most embarrassing moments.

I told you all of that so I could tell you this: I’ve decided to include book reviews on The Blogtini! I may not review every single book I read, but if there’s a particular book or series that I’m loving, you’ll hear about it. So, which book piqued my fancy enough to make me want to write about it? It’s actually a series called The Heiresses by Allison Rushby.

The Heiresses

by Allison Rushby

The Heiresses

The Heiresses is actually a series of six short books that you can purchase on Kindle for around $6 each. Trust me, they’re worth every penny! The story revolves around three girls who have just found out their triplets after being separated at birth. When their aunt brings them back together they’ve got to ban together to fight for their inheritance against their half-brother, while also navigating their new glamour lifestyle in London, and learning to tolerate each other.

Together the trio head to some glam parties, meet some less than reputable characters, and fall in and out of love.  So if you’re looking for a fun and breezy read that will suck you in this is it!

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