How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls

How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls

by Zoey Dean
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How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 44 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Megan has great brains and terminal bad hair days. She's hired to be the SAT tutors for two celebutantes in Palm Beach, who will lose their fortune if Megan doesn't succeed in getting them into Duke. The book is hilarious, dishy, romantic, and very well-written. It even manages to have a moral. This is the kind of beach read that will have you laughing out loud, sighing at the ending, and getting a sun burn because you just can't stop reading!
SarahtheShopper More than 1 year ago
I purchased this book because I loved the TV show that was based on it (still miss it) and thought it might be a fun read for summer. I was not disappointed. The characters were fun and well developed. The plot was a little predictable but not in a bad way and I still enjoyed the ride. Overall, recommend for a good chik lit book for summer.
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DanceBree17 More than 1 year ago
I know that I am behind the curve when it comes to reading and enjoying Zoey Dean's book How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls, but I still enjoyed it. There are a number of parallels in this book and the series "Privileged" which was on a short run a few years back. The book centers around Megan Smith, a recent college graduate, who is struggling to make a name for herself and struggling with thousands of dollars in loans. When she gets fired from her writing job, her boss tosses her a line and hooks her up with a woman in Florida who has a position available for her. That position is to tutor her two teenaged girls, Rose and Sage, so that they get into Duke. What follows is a funny and touching look at what goes on inside the walls of the glittering mansions of Palm Beach. Megan struggles at first with the girls, but soon gets them to listen to what she is trying to say, and they in turn, help Megan become more a part of the Palm Beach life. I loved every part of this book. Its too bad that the series could not have gone on, because there are so many things I would have loved to see play out on the small screen. But alas, this is not a review of the show, its of the book. Therefore, the book is satisfying in its entirety and things are tied up as neatly as a Tiffany's blue box. I really loved the little "test questions" thrown at you in the beginnings of the chapters. They always made me laugh and inwardly cringe because they remind me of questions I saw on my SAT tests last year*shudder*. Since this is out in paperback form, its perfect to buy now, and hold onto for reading on Spring Break, or vacay, when you want to get away and have a good time doing it.
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clique_fanatic916 More than 1 year ago
This was a great book because instead of just showing an insight iinto the world of the rich, you see it from the perspective of someone from "the other side of the pond". Megan was a great character and her self conflict makes you feel as if you yourself could be experencing what Megan does.The twins are a great element because you get to see the superficial heiress side that most see, but also the deep sisterly connection that these girls have. A great read overall. :)
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alleyk More than 1 year ago
The book was great.When I finished I was kind of disappointed because I wanted to keep reading more and more.The book was very good.Recommend to anyone.
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