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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

fans who enjoy a lighthearted best friends' romp will appreciate the zany Scoop

Affluent Toots Loudenberry anonymously buys the tabloid The Informer for her daughter Abby to run (see Scoop). To help Abby, Toots and the posse (Ida, Sophie, and Mavis) move from Charleston, South Carolina to Los Angeles. The four Magnolia State Golden Girls look for...
Affluent Toots Loudenberry anonymously buys the tabloid The Informer for her daughter Abby to run (see Scoop). To help Abby, Toots and the posse (Ida, Sophie, and Mavis) move from Charleston, South Carolina to Los Angeles. The four Magnolia State Golden Girls look forward to meeting the who's who of Hollywood.

Toots succeeds in meeting a celeb except for one problem; the famous person is the ghost of the dead owner of the beachside mansion she bought; at least that is Mavis' explanation. Meanwhile Ida meets Dr. Sameer and they seem to have hit it off. While chaos has come to Los Angeles, Abby struggles with turning the Informer around.

The BFF quartet makes for an amusing Southern invasion of Southern California. Humorous as havoc seems to follow everywhere Toots and company go (kind of like Lucy and Ethel), the story line lacks deepness as the woes of each of the ladies seem irrelevant to them and none stand out as the prime focus. Still, fans who enjoy a lighthearted best friends' romp will appreciate the zany Scoop.

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on August 14, 2010

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

not one of her best efforts

I was enjoying this book until I got about 3/4ths of the way through it. It seemed like she got tired of writing and just started shutting down the book. Several of the story lines got all built up, taking up a good portion on the book, just to be dropped. We did get ...
I was enjoying this book until I got about 3/4ths of the way through it. It seemed like she got tired of writing and just started shutting down the book. Several of the story lines got all built up, taking up a good portion on the book, just to be dropped. We did get a hint of what happened, but after all the build up, it was definitely a let down. Also, the godmother's seem to be getting stupid. Not every book has to have super smart main characters, but these flaws were too much.

posted by txreader81 on November 3, 2010

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  • Posted August 14, 2010

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    fans who enjoy a lighthearted best friends' romp will appreciate the zany Scoop

    Affluent Toots Loudenberry anonymously buys the tabloid The Informer for her daughter Abby to run (see Scoop). To help Abby, Toots and the posse (Ida, Sophie, and Mavis) move from Charleston, South Carolina to Los Angeles. The four Magnolia State Golden Girls look forward to meeting the who's who of Hollywood.

    Toots succeeds in meeting a celeb except for one problem; the famous person is the ghost of the dead owner of the beachside mansion she bought; at least that is Mavis' explanation. Meanwhile Ida meets Dr. Sameer and they seem to have hit it off. While chaos has come to Los Angeles, Abby struggles with turning the Informer around.

    The BFF quartet makes for an amusing Southern invasion of Southern California. Humorous as havoc seems to follow everywhere Toots and company go (kind of like Lucy and Ethel), the story line lacks deepness as the woes of each of the ladies seem irrelevant to them and none stand out as the prime focus. Still, fans who enjoy a lighthearted best friends' romp will appreciate the zany Scoop.

    Harriet Klausner

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 29, 2013

    highly recommended

    you can't stop reading it

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2012

    highly recommended

    Read the first book and got hooked couldn't wait the the next books to finish the series

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  • Posted May 10, 2012

    Highly Recommended-have to reading

    This is the fun reading one would expect from Fern Michaels. If I were to cast the characters I absolutely would ask Shirley Maclain to be "Toots.
    It is a good series of "Godmothers" that is hard to stop reading. Love it!!!

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  • Posted October 9, 2011

    A Great Read

    I really enjoyed this series. as with the Sisterhood Series, I couldn't
    put it down. I think part of the reason is I'm in the age group of these women and so are most of my friends and we can relate to their
    "quirks". They are an outstanding group of seniors and I'd love to
    join them on their adventures. I hope there are more to come in this
    series and I wouldn't mind another book or two on the Sisterhood either.

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