Girls Night Out by Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke


Thank you to Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke and Netgalley for the free e-reader copy in exchange for a review. This didn’t influence my opinion in any way.

This novel follows Ashley, Natalie and Lauren on a girl’s trip to Mexico in attempt to reconcile some issues between them. Of course, things go awry and the reconciliation doesnt go quite as well as expected.

Disclaimer: this is not really my genre; suspense/thriller: those of you who gravitate towards these books will likely enjoy it more than me. I found this book ok. I enjoyed the gorgeous setting, the complicated friendships and it did keep me turning the pages. I didn’t love the use of Mayan culture in attempt to liberate white women. That aspect felt awkward for me. This is probably a personal preference for me, but I didn’t love the juicy gossipy bits as well. I will say that the suspense leading to the reveal was well constructed with small chapters cutting back in forth in time. The final reveal was a bit predictable. Recommend if you like the genre.