I think the premise of this book was really interesting and despite the fact that I am DNFing it right now, I do think I will pick it up again in the future. For whatever reason, it's just not working for me right now.

Hello everyone!

I'm back with another book review, The Favorite Sister by Jessica Knoll. Thanks so much to BookSparks for sending me a copy of this book as a part of #SRC2018 for an honest review, as always, all opinions are my own.

This story follows a host of characters, all centring around a reality TV show called 'Goal Diggers' where a diverse group of female entrepreneurs and businesswomen all work together to help boost their businesses. I didn't really get much farther than this, but apparently, there is a murder of one of the women at the end of the season.

The premise of this book is really interesting and I was very intrigued as to how it was going to play out, but I just think things were going a bit too slow to keep my attention. I made it just over 100 pages in and barely anything had happened. I understand that the plot needs to be set up but I think there were some parts that were just too focused on meaningless arguments and smaller details when things could have been moving along with the thriller/mystery aspect of the book.

I know a lot of people had mixed feelings about Knoll's debut, Luckiest Girl Alive, but I really loved it and was hoping for another home run. Maybe if I was able to push through the slower parts I would have gotten to that part, but I just couldn't force myself to.

Overall, I had higher hopes for this one but I am still thinking I'll pick it up later.