I wasn’t sure what to expect when I started this book. The first bit of the book felt too familiar, but it also left me curious to know more.
Julia, though wealthy and privileged, was relatable in her desire to be seen and appreciated. I felt for her as her “friends” and Tatum started turning on her. Her husband James was definitely my favorite character.
That’s What Frenemies Are For was a solid, engaging and interesting book.