Girls' Night Out by Liz Fenton & Lisa Steinke Review

A beautiful story about friendship and what happens when it's put to the test. Girls' Night Out by Liz Fenton & Lisa Steinke is a gripping tale of friendship and the cracks that form over time.

Ashley, Natalie and Lauren have been friends for 20 years. Over the last few years, their friendship has been put to the test and is now hanging by thin threads. Ashley decides to take her best friends on a trip to Tulum, Mexico to try to mend their friendship. Unfortunately, the trip hasn't been going as planned. Ashley has been spending all her time with Marco who she met in Mexico and they have all been keeping secrets from each other. Was the trip that was meant to bring them closer together tearing them further apart instead? After a night out, Natalie wakes up on their last morning in Mexico and finds Ashley missing. What's also troubling is that she has no recollection of the night before. Lauren, who stayed in for part of the night, has not seen Ashley either. Did she go somewhere willingly? Was she kidnapped? Why is Natalie having such a hard time remembering what happened the night before?

It's always nice when you can relate to some of the characters you are reading about. Hello third wheel!

All in all, it was an enjoyable read. It wasn't an edge of your seat read but I loved it anyways. What discouraged me about Girls' Night Out was the endless arguing over the same things.

My Rating: 4 stars
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