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Reviewed by Elizabeth Butts for Readers' Favorite
Game On takes you to Fairchester, North Carolina where you are welcomed into the world of Sahara Kyle and her husband, Noah, along with Teri, Zora, and Emery. This is a world of ladies clubs, the social elite, and the power of who you know, not what you know. The prize? Membership to the Belles and Beaus, a very exclusive social club where the membership is held in the mother's name, but allows access to meaningful friendships and social activities for their children, as well as guaranteed membership to those children when they become parents themselves. But don't let this fool you, it is a cutthroat business getting vetted for this club, and there's only one opening. Friends are pitted against friends and, in the end, you have to decide what is more important in the long run; friendship or the climb to the top.
Shonette Charles welcomes you into the world of Game On with a cheerful smile, while extending a glass of cool sweet tea. The plot twists and turns on a fun roller coaster ride, and you are hanging on for dear life along with Sahara, Teri, Zora, and Emery. The characters' emotional responses to the events that unfold around them are palpable, and you can't help but get pulled into the drama (I mean, who doesn't love drama). When you pick up Game On, you will have a hard time putting it down. I highly recommend that you read this book today!