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At first glance, it would appear that Ani FaNelli has it all: a stable job, a nice man, and a good chance at permanent security and happiness in New York City. Marrying into old money is her chance to escape not only the embarrassment of her less-than-glamorous past, but the secrets and trauma she clings on to deep inside as she navigates a treacherous and bloodthirsty world of prestige and wealth. As the frayed ends of her youth seem like they will be tied together at long last with her marriage to the handsome, kind, and wealthy Luke Harrison, Ani realizes that the only chance she has of being able to live with the parts of herself she is most ashamed of is to turn around and face her past head on. This could mean blowing her only chance at the security of money and status she so desperately craves, but it just might be worth the risk.
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|Title||:||Luckiest Girl Alive: A Novel by Jessica Knoll | Summary & Analysis|
It's a decent read, albeit emotionally overwrought. The author cannot get out of the head of her anxious, insecure, traumatized character for a split second, leading to copious analysis of each though...
adult contains rape, assault, and a lot of head games to cope...