How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls

How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls

Recent Yale graduate Megan Smith comes to Manhattan with big plans for a career in journalism and even bigger student loan debt: $75,000. When she flails at her trashy tabloid job, she's given an escape hatch: tutor seventeen-year-old identical twins Rose and Sage Baker--yes, the infamous Baker heiresses of Palm Beach, Florida, best known for their massive fortunes and the Recent Yale graduate Megan Smith comes to Manhattan with big plans for a career in journalism and even bigger student loa...

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Title:How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls
Author:Zoey Dean
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Genres:Womens Fiction
ISBN:How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:293 pages pages

How to Teach Filthy Rich Girls Reviews

  • stephanie
    Jul 27, 2007
    okay, it could be that my brain is on overload from the heavy things i've been reading lately. or it could be that i'm feeling particularly sappy. whatever the reason is, i think this is one of my new favorite chicklit books EVER. poor little megan smith, yale graduate, is up to he...
  • Cory
    Nov 09, 2017
    No new ground broken here, but it was a quick and enjoyable read. ...
  • Blaise Dierks
    Oct 25, 2007
    Okay, so I've liked some chick-lit in the past, what can I say? But maybe I am growing out of this phase because i just thought this book was nothing special--same old story: girl is a journalist, has a boyfriend, lives in NYC, something bad happens-she's thrown into a crazy predicamen...
  • Heather
    Oct 04, 2007
    Cute read; finished the book in about 2 days. ...
  • Tory
    Jun 20, 2017
    I finished it. and there were whitty parts. But silly and unrealistic. No bridget jones, which is likely how I got the recommendation. Maybe YA? ...
  • Heather
    Oct 13, 2007
    I read this book because it was on my TBR list (I forgot how I found out about it), and I was craving some chick lit. I thought the storyline was great, but the time frame wasn't long enough. Megan realistically wouldn't have been able to go through that many changes in just nine w...
  • Caitie
    Oct 05, 2008
    SO DIFFERENT FROM THE TV SHOW. Which is a good thing, because this was pretty terrible. And even though it was meant to be all moralistic about reverse snobbery, the book ended up being all reverse reverse snobbery. If that makes any sense. And Marcus was the biggest gay fairygodmother...
  • Melissa
    Mar 10, 2008
    Megan Smith graduated from Yale with a prestigious journalism degree, but the only job she can find in New York City is with the gossip magazine Scoop. But Megan can't seem to get the hang of tabloid-style journalism, so her boss fires her. Fortunately for Megan, her boss is friends...
  • Phoebe
    Dec 29, 2007
    This book is a guilty pleasure, like reading celebrity tell-alls at the nail salon or watching people's escapades on reality tv shows. But when life gets heavy, its good to sometimes get away with a fluffy, silly book (ahh, calgon, take me awwaaayy!). First the bad news: this book trea...
  • Ellen
    Mar 26, 2009
    I'm not sure what I thought of this. I was thinking it was ok until I realized how many things were there that I don't like in books: bad language, sex (mostly just in the beginning), the main character pretending to be someone she isn't and lying. I did like how she owned up to things...
  • Kimberly
    Jan 05, 2009
    This just reminded me why I cant stand chick lit. I thought this would be an easy read for the gym......its an easy read and just awful. ...
  • Jessica
    Apr 19, 2008
    The more I read chick lit, the more I realize how much I don't care for it. Sometimes it seems as though all the plots are the same, and all the narrators the same person. Of course, all that isn't the fault of this book. To be fair, it's a reasonably nice example of the genre. The cha...
  • Marie
    Mar 02, 2009
    After reading a number of much more serious books, this light frothy novel called to me from the shelves of the library. I'm not crazy about the term "chick lit," because it's too broadly applied to a lot of books by women...but if the book has a rags to riches story, including fashion...
  • Allie
    Dec 14, 2008
    O.K. I changed my mind. That was the corniest book I had ever read in my 15 almost 16 years of life. By the end, I was seriously gagging. I was shocked. In the beginning it seems fine...and then it get's ridiculous. And lastly, what I found the most disappointing was the fact that it ...
  • Agi
    Aug 04, 2013
    If you ask me how to teach a filthy rich girls, i'll come up with an idea: isolate them in a jail cell and let them have a bitter taste of life. But Zoey Dean had another idea in mind; Or rather... another cliche. Yes cliche about a girl who's life turning upside down when she had o...
  • Rachel
    Sep 12, 2009
    I first started watching the TV show and then thought I would try out the book. I love the TV show, which I think made me really like the book. The book and TV show is about a college graduate, Megan, that just can seem to get the perfect job yet, so she ends up tutoring two twins that...
  • April
    Jul 15, 2018
    Fluffy AF, but there are times that the brain just needs fluff and candy instead of scintillating intellectualism. This was probably one of the better chick lit books that I've read over the past few years. The protagonist was flawed but not so deeply that it felt like satire. There...
  • Gina
    Jul 09, 2015
    I had actually only gotten this book because of the TV show based on it, Privileged. And although the show had its problems, ultimately, I liked its short-lived run much better than the book. Mainly because it's what I like to call a humiliation conga book, which then turns into the po...
  • Sandy
    Jul 15, 2013
    I really liked this book. I have never read this author but picked up the book based on the cover (I know). I read it in 2 days, it was cute, made me laugh and I really wanted to see how it ended. I just picked up my second novel of this author, then I will start on the A-list series. ...
  • Cindy Tucker
    Aug 14, 2019
    This is a book for older teens and 20-somethings. I found it on my daughter?s shelf. A recent Yale graduate with $75,000 in loans is having trouble finding a decent job. She works at a trash tabloid writing, well trash. Then she gets an offer she can?t refuse- a job tutoring 2 spo...
  • Gale Harrington
    Dec 18, 2018
    Fun, light read with a good message! I used to watch Privileged, which was based off this book, and now I want to watch it again. ...
  • Cathy
    Mar 31, 2019
    A fun fluff book with interesting characters and a well deserved end. Megan's foray into the world of the uber rich elite wasn't the typical overly rich snob story. Sure, Sage and Rose certainly came off as such in the beginning, but as their true characters were discovered, you couldn...
  • Dawn Frazier
    Jul 08, 2018
    Fun book! I loved the main character. Lots of laughs. ...
  • ➤ Mary
    Mar 11, 2017
    I miss the show so much ...
  • Emily
    Feb 26, 2017
    This book was way better than I expected it to be seeing as I hated the a-list series. The end was kind of abrupt and cheesy after all the progression throughout the book but I liked it. It was a good story I enjoyed the time I spent reading it. ...
  • Francesca
    Aug 13, 2015
    Before reading this book, I had just read two books that were both very serious and dealt with heavy subject matters which had left me feeling a bit drained. After finishing those books I needed something light and fluffy and perk me back up a bit and as I was a fan of the show that wa...
  • Carol
    Aug 17, 2019
    Meh. Holes in the story and cliche. A beach book at best. ...
  • Aiyana
    Apr 04, 2018
    The author, Zoey Dean, did a phenomenal job of making the characters very relatable. The protagonist has a struggle of paying back college loans for pursuing a career in journalism. Dealing with difficult people is a task that no one ever wants to do. But for Megan Simms, that's a task...
  • Heather McC
    Dec 11, 2018
    "Dean's book is the inspiration for the CW show 'Privileged' has the unfortunate case of unsympathetic characterization (especially when concerning Yale tutor Megan Smith). While the CW show was given a season to flesh out characters (and portrayed Megan as more earnest and well nature...
  • Clarissa Harbin
    Nov 26, 2018
    While this book was often predictable, it did have some twists I wasn?t expecting. It?s an easy read (a book that has no real depth), but I am a sucker for a happy ending! ...