Bobbie Bertucci is twenty-four, beautiful, and fed up with her life. Exhausted by her stressful job as a modeling agent and her going nowhere relationship with a male model, Bobbie decides to start a new chapter in her life by changing her residence. But, moving into an elegant, old brownstone with four other women brings Bobbie more than a change of address. It brings her the support and sisterhood she needs to see herself in a different light.
I found Shy Town Girls (first book in a four novel series by authors M.G. Wilson, Jennifer Yih, Katie Leimkuehler, and Kate Clinesmith) to be incredibly cute. Geared toward young twenty somethings, the book is like Sex and the City with much younger and less developed characters, not as much story, and no hot sex. Shy Town Girls is heavy on the chick and light on the lit, but it's still an entertaining enough read.
I received a complimentary copy of Shy Town Girls to facilitate my review. No other compensation was received. For full disclosure, see the sidebar.