Ladies Night The New York Times bestselling author is back with another page turning beach read about a woman whose life is turned upside down when she discovers her husband cheating on herRising media star and li

  • Title: Ladies' Night
  • Author: Mary Kay Andrews
  • ISBN: 9781427235770
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Audiobook
  • The New York Times bestselling author is back with another page turning beach read about a woman whose life is turned upside down when she discovers her husband cheating on herRising media star and lifestyle blogger Grace Stanton s own life gets torpedoed after she drives her cheating husband s pricey sports car straight into the family swimming pool in a fit of anger SooThe New York Times bestselling author is back with another page turning beach read about a woman whose life is turned upside down when she discovers her husband cheating on herRising media star and lifestyle blogger Grace Stanton s own life gets torpedoed after she drives her cheating husband s pricey sports car straight into the family swimming pool in a fit of anger Soon she s locked out of her own palatial home, checking account, and blog, forced to move in with her widowed mother who lives above, and owns, The Sandbar, a rundown beach bar Attending court mandated weekly divorce recovery therapy sessions with a group of three other women, marital misfits whose only common denominator is betrayal, Grace and the women soon ditch their therapist and move their Wednesday Ladies Night sessions to The Sandbox They begin to help each other, walking a fine line between revenge and justice, as each one finds closure in ways previously unimagined Can Grace figure out a new way home and how strong she needs to be to get there Told with Mary Kay Andrews s unique blend of humor, heart, and unpredictable plot twists, Ladies Night will have you raising a glass and cheering these characters on.

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    1. Horrifically depressing.Lifestyle blogger Grace leaves her McMansion the night she walks in on her husband and her assistant getting it on. Her husband then declares she's abandoned the marriage by leaving the house, locks her out of her gated community, and changes the passwords on her blog, which is how she earns a living for both of them. And so begins the saga of Grace Stanton Davenport and her journey into divorceland.For the first half of the book, you're right there with Grace. OMG, he di [...]

    2. There are several things I know for sure when it comes to a Mary Kay Andrews’ book… * When you think a situation can’t get any worse, it does. * When things are finally coming together, the other shoe drops and everything goes wrong. * And when you finish, you’re smiling because all the pieces finally fit together more perfectly than you imaged.That’s the way of Andrews’ latest release, LADIES’ NIGHT.Narrator Kathleen McInerney does a wonderful job bringing the characters to life. [...]

    3. I started this book on audio and had to switch to the book because it was making me crazy that it was going so slow. Not the story, just listening to it. Once I got the actual book, I really enjoyed the story. My only quibble; for a smart person, the heroine was a bit of a doormat after she caught her hubby Ben "being assisted" by her assistant J’Aime. My aggravation level dropped once she got divorced and had to start rebuilding her life.Grace loses everything, her husband, blog, and lifestyl [...]

    4. As summer approached, I anxiously awaited Mary Kay Andrew's new book "Ladies Night". I spent the last 2 months recovering from knee surgery and, having read all the "Mary Kay Andrews" books, I delved into the Callahan Garrity Series (recently reissued in trade paperback) to get me through until her new book was released. As a university professor, I read a lot.a lot of dull but necessary research and articles. Which is probably why I look forward to immersing myself in Mary Kay's world. For me, [...]

    5. I was SO SO SO disappointed in this book - - -I had just finished listening to Bel Canto and State of Wonder on audio CD, and I was in the mood for something lighter. Unfortunately, the opening portion of this book made me sick to my stomach. Yes, I know there are people out there who are entirely ruthless and cruel to their former spouses when it comes to a divorce - - -but I simply cannot stomach minute upon minute recounting their tale. In addition to that, the characters seemed like caricatu [...]

    6. I felt initally that Grace was a doormat and spineless when it came to her husband and his new girlfriend (her ex assistant). True, she did run the car into the pool (not a spoiler - it is in the book blurb!), but in the beginning she came off as rather helpless. Everytime someone did something to her she just groaned and rolled over. In addition, what type of "career woman" gives total control of her life to her husband? She was clueless and he "owned" everything. Grace consistently takes the p [...]

    7. LADIES NIGHT by Mary Kay Andrews is an interesting contemporary romance. While, a rather large book,about 464 pages,the author does a great job,of moving the story quickly and keeping the reader intrigued. A tale of divorce,betrayal,and Ladies Night told with humor,maybe a bit of revenge and sweet justice is just what the ladies need. A large portion of this story takes place in a rundown,beach bar called The Sandbox,which Grace's mother owns. A place for healing,humor,forgiveness,finding closur [...]

    8. How can I say what needs to be said about this book without it sounding horrible? The premise and the plot were good but the how-to was awful, unbelievable and shocking to say the least. Mary Kay Andrews really needed to take the advise of her legal advice team prior to writing this book instead of stating in the acknowledgments that she chose not to do so. It was really hard for me keep reading the book but my Mother-In-Law told me to continue so I did. If it had been any other author I would h [...]

    9. If you enjoy books about cheating husbands and getting revenge on them, this book may be for you. It is a light read that could have been lighter by about 100 pages. Grace was too naïve and some of the scenarios were unrealistic. There were parts that reminded me of The Women (but the remake which was bad), I just did not enjoy this book everyone was so whinny and stupid/naïve and there was so many implausible stories where these women get serious revenge and don’t end up being arrested. Thi [...]

    10. Woohoo! I'm honestly kind of sad I read this book so fast. It was sooooooo good! So Grace catches her hubby cheating and runs out of her house. Her husband has blocked her from getting anything including access to her their home and her job, writing her lifestyle blog GraceNotes. At first I was so annoyed with Grace. Typical rich wife who lets the husband handle everything and does nothing for herself. She counted on him to trademark her blog name, she never took a look at how much her blog was [...]

    11. Entertaining light Chick Lit . Andrews knows how to tell a good story with a nice blend of humour and pathos. I'll be adding her to my Chick Lit must reads. Fans of Susan Elizabeth Phillips and Barbara Delinsky should give this author a look.

    12. It was a great relaxing read with lots of laughs. I would put this book in my vacation read catagory. There were points where I didn't want to put it down because I wanted to see what would happen next, but at other times I could predict what would happen.

    13. I love Andrews. I first read her after a trip to Savannah, because before and after I travel to a place, I read all I can about it, and that includes fiction books set in that area. I fell in love with her easy going and fun writing style, as well as the dream worthy locations they took place in. I have read just about all of her books; that being said, I think Ladies' Night is my favorite. I think it dealt with a more serious issue that most of her other books.Grace is a famous lifestyle blogge [...]

    14. The story opened with Grace Stanton finding her husband, Ben, having sex with her assistant in their garage in his expensive vehicle, she goes berserk. Instead of handling it as a mature woman, she handed it as an immature irrational woman. No notice of what Grace had done would have come to light had she not been a blog and television personality talent. Though Ben had been clearly in the wrong, the judge ruled in Ben’s favor leaving Grace with nothing.I was so appalled over the representatio [...]

    15. Solid 3.5 Stars. I didn’t expect to like this book that much, but I really did. It’s a story about a southern woman who catches her husband doing her dirty, has her life subsequently fall to pieces (much because her husband turns out to be a diabolical douchebag), winds up in divorce court with a judge that is a wonderful work of fictional evil (I at times had trouble accepting the antics the judge got away with). There are ups and downs in the story. Twists and turns. A super fun, easy read [...]

    16. Too much divorcees in one book for me! Phew. All these semi-tragic & semi-hilarious break-up stories were a bit too much. I know it’s supposed to be a fun light read, but even those need balance. Not that Grace wasn't endearing. She was definitely a decent and good person, but there was nothing really that make her stand out – except that she preferred luxury, high-end living to the simple and cheap coziness she grew up in. I loved Rochelle, Grace’s Mother. I liked her Marina-bar in Fl [...]

    17. Grace and Ben have it all--a successful blogging business about DIY home projects, a multi-million dollar home in a gated community in Florida, and a seemingly good marriage. That is until, in the middle of one night, Grace finds Ben with her assistant J'Aimee in the front seat of his $175,000 Audi, unclothed and obviously caught in the middle of a little late night romp. After chasing a nude J'Aimee out through the bushes, Grace drives the Audi into the swimming pool. The police are called, Gra [...]

    18. I have enjoyed other books by Andrews and enjoyed this one as well. However, I found it a little long, and a bit of a prolonged "roller coaster ride" for the protagonist Grace. Just when something started to go well for her, oops, here comes a curve ball (I'm mixing metaphors), and that got a little tiresome. I also wish there had been a little bit more about Grace's background in the beginning of the novel - I really didn't buy that she was tired of her fancy life and all she really wanted was [...]

    19. "Grace Stanton’s life as a rising media star and beloved lifestyle blogger takes a surprising turn when she catches her husband cheating and torpedoes his pricey sports car straight into the family swimming pool. Grace suddenly finds herself locked out of her palatial home, checking account, and even the blog she has worked so hard to develop in her signature style. Moving in with her widowed mother, who owns and lives above a rundown beach bar called The Sandbox, is less than ideal. So is att [...]

    20. The book started out slowly, and ultimately it was very predictable. The story flowed. Overall, it was a good summer read. Grace and Ben seemed to have it all, and appeared to work well together. However, when things got rocky, the Ben (the businessman) that is revealed to the readers is very different from the first Ben (partner and helpmate) that we meet. And the last Ben (whipped fool) that we see is very different from either of the 'Bens.' I see this as a story of good triumphing over evil- [...]

    21. I adore Mary Kay Andrews, AKA Kathy Trocheck, and reading Ladies' Night was like returning home. It was really nice to be comforted by the familiar writing style and characters I quickly came to love during all the chaos of my recent move. And by happy coincidence, this one takes place in Florida, the state to which I've just moved, in a fictional area near Bradenton. Mary Kay's love for junking, decorating, and cooking shine here as we follow Grace through the aftermath of her unfortunate choic [...]

    22. I thought I'd enjoy this more because I am aware of blogger celebrity and thought that angle, mixed with a bit of chick lit and romance, would do me good. Nope. I prefer good writing over escapism any day. There is just no way a woman would be this clueless about how yucky and vindictive her husband is. it is equally unlikely that she would so successfully find both friendship, romance and revenge in a required anger management class. This whole idea was depressing and irritating to me. Plus, I [...]

    23. Mary Kay Andrews is a new author to me. The story is about a group of people--four women and one man--who are in the throes of divorcing their spouses. Every one of them did something wild and crazy when they found out their significant others had cheated on them, and the judge has sentenced them to six weeks of anger management classes.One of the women, Grace, has moved back to her mom's apartment above her mom's bar. When the therapist turns out to be addicted to sedatives and passes out durin [...]

    24. Parts of this book really irritated me. The basic plot is that the main character Grace is in the middle of a horrible divorce and must find the strength within herself and within her new group of friends to come out on the other side unscathed. The amount of "bad behavior" the author uses to illustrate how Grace's ex-husband is out to get her is ridiculous. No normal person would handle the situations lightly, and Grace also should have taken much more of a legal stand than she does. The charac [...]

    25. Too much drama, little reward. I usually love Andrews' books, but this one borders on the histrionic. I gave up after 100 pages, which I think is a fair shot for any book. Too irritating, too much injustice, and far too much outrage. No thanks.

    26. This was a really long book and I wasn't impressed. There was a lot going on throughout the story, but I was left with no satisfaction in the ending of it all. I do not have the desire to read any of her other books.

    27. Once again, a reluctant three. 'Cause let's be honest -- a lot of this book was really dumb. Silly and over the top. And it also went on way too long; chick lit should be short and sweet. But there was some semi-interesting stuff here, buried among all the chick lit cliches (puppet men, good women who were sassy and spunky, bad women who were too stupid to live, etc etc.).Grace is a lifestyle blogger, living in the perfect house, thinking she's married to the perfect man until -- surprise! She d [...]

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