Friday Night Cocktails

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Kensington Books, 2004 - Fiction - 342 pages
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Another Friday night. Another round of tequila. Another chance for best friends Gemma and Sarah to compare notes about their less-than-stellar love lives. They've met them all--the Commitment-phobes. The cheapskates. The cheaters. The Ones Who Want to Have a Threesome with Your Best Friend. What's a girl to do in the face of such dirt-sucking pond scum? Get even. On a Friday night cocktail-fueled whim, Gemma and Sarah launch their own little revenge website dedicated to every man who has ever done a woman wrong. Soon, the site takes the world by storm, attracting stories from dumped women all over the globe and the interest of advertisers and the media. What began as a joke has now become an overnight sensation, and Gemma and Sarah are the new darlings of a generation of women who kick butt, take names, and when necessary, publicly humiliate the wrongdoers. It's the best time they've ever had... until it all goes wickedly, zanily out of control. Somebody's posting some interesting rebuttals on the site. Thoughts that seem to echo what's really in Sarah and Gemma's hearts. And soon they're in the hot seat, revising their opinions on revenge as the best way to live well.

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FRIDAY NIGHT COCKTAILS

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A first from Australian author Rushby.Almost all men are bastards. And a lot of them are on the bastard list that Gemma and Sarah have been keeping since their art-school days. Back then, with five ... Read full review

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User Review  - kikianika - LibraryThing

I've picked up this book a couple of times before but never got round to buying it. I don't really enjoy manbashing books that project negativity. it was still a nice book, but I wasn't really ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Allison Rushby is the Australian author of several books. Her titles include: Being Hartley, Blondetourage, Friday Night Cocktails, and It's Not You It's Me. She was shortlisted for the Readings Children┐s Book Prize 2015 with her title How to Save the Universe in Ten Easy Steps.

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