This poor book suffered from being read in choppy bits because I read two other books during this one, lost it under my bed for a while, and then kept reading just little bits before I fell asleep. (Why is someone always farting on an airplane? Seriously, I’m being assaulted here. ) The novel is sort of choppy anyway, and occasionally I had a little trouble following points of view and the time frame.
It is the story of a Southern girl and her fellow “Camellias.” One is a drug addict, one is a bitch, one is a good girl, and Sarah, the main character, is a bit of a lost soul who just can’t seem to get her act together. At times I really liked the story, but at other times I didn’t. I definitely didn’t like it as much as ML, Melissa, and Denise did. I found myself frustrated with the main character overall, and I liked the ending until I got to the last page and then I wasn’t sure what to think.
Again, though, I have to point out that I was not the fair to the book and didn’t read it straight through. Had I, perhaps I would have a different point of view.