All of her life Margaret Drew has lived in the shadows of her two glamorous best friends, Chantel and Tiffany. When they take off on an extended trip to Europe and leave Margaret to house-sit, she discovers her chance to step into their world, their designer clothes, their fancy restaurants.

Margaret sets out to experience a life unlike any she's ever known before. But she soon discovers that the grass is not always greener on the other side.

This novel is by far one of Hill's most hilarious works to date. A lighthearted comedy rich in flavor and unpredictable in story, Divas, Inc. proves how limitless this author's talent is. Hopefully, there will be more misadventures of Margaret Drew to look forward to. (Jul., 308 pp., $12.95)
Reviewed by: 
T.L. Burton