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I really enjoyed this book. It highlights the competition amongst women. The constant “edging” each other on between Sonora and Connye was a great read.


A fantastic debut novel. Fast paced and raucous this crowd of vivacious ladies had me in fits of giggles.

Mr McDonald has a talent for frivolity, community and hilarity!


I was initially drawn to read this book because of the title and cover picture which suggested that the main characters would be in my own age bracket, which is early 30’s. However, the main characters were in their 50’s. Despite this, the book was definitely a good read.


There were so many touching moments in the book. I don’t want to spoil it all for you. I am a firm believer in never judging a book by its cover. But I must say this, (as this is my only teaser for you readers) Jon brings such detail in the events, places, and people he describes in Diva’s Never Flinch.


Divas Never Flinch by Jon McDonald is a very interesting novel mostly based on two socialites Donors and Connye. McDonald provides a writing style that simply flows and allows the reader to take a ride with the characters presented. I would definitely recommend this novel to friends and followers.


This book started off a little slow with no real storyline building on each other until the end of the book when both Sonora and Connye take trips back home. This is where I feel the plot finally started building on itself and made me want to keep reading.


I’m not normally one for anything to do with vampires, but a good premise is a good premise, and I liked the possibilities that a book like that could have. I’m still not completely sold on the genre, but Bloodlines at least pushed me towards being a supporter.


This book reminds me very much of the screwball comedies of the 1930’s. Lots of style and wit with rich ladies at each other’s throats.

I highly recommend this book if you want a fun read and a great laugh.