According to the Boston Globe, “It's trashy good fun,
and easy to read”, while The New York Times Book Review
says “It's refreshing, in the pool of chick lit, to float in the
Machiavellian head space of ruthless women for whom 'the rules'
have nothing to do with husband-hunting”. Candace Bushnell’s fourth
novel picks up where her career defining book Sex and the City
left off. This time around, the ladies are a bit older, a lot richer
and are among New York’s movers and shakers - a movie executive,
a magazine editor and a fashion designer.