Like most 26-year-olds Evelyn Beegan is in search of the perfect job, the perfect man and the perfect life. So when she gets an interview for a new social media platform geared for the elite upper class, she exaggerates her connections. Capitalizing on the friendships she developed while in high school she finds herself drawn into the world she thought she deserved. The only question is will she survive?
Everybody Rise by Stephanie Clifford is a fast-paced, fun ride. You will simultaneously love and hate most of the characters, especially Evelyn. This story was great! I thoroughly enjoyed it and didn't want it to end. Clifford's characters are believable and the type of people you kind of wish were your friend. Evelyn's story was real enough that it could have been me, you know if I went to a elite boarding school for high school and had a mother that was determined to see me married to a rich guy, and was desperate enough to fit in with a new set of friends and was willing to lie to get what I wanted. Suddenly I'm grateful for the life I do have and for parents who taught me how important it is not to lie.
Should you read Everybody Rise? For sure. You won't regret it.
A copy of this book was provided to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. It was a great book and I definitely recommend it.