How To Teach Filthy Rich Girls

About The Book:
Written by Zoey Dean Also titled as Privileged Published Year 2007
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 their penchant for drunkenly flashing the paparazzi -- and get their SAT scores up enough to get into Duke. Impossible job -- yes. But if she succeeds, her student debts are history. Unfortunately for Megan, the Baker twins aren't about to curtail their busy social schedules for basic algebra. And they certainly aren't thrilled to have to sit down for a study session with dowdy Megan. Megan quickly discovers that if she's going to get her money, she'll have to learn her Pucci from her Prada. And if she can look the part, maybe, just maybe, she can teach the girls something along the way.

I've been wanting for so long to read one of her works, alas her very first novel apart from the A-List Series. How To Teach Filthy Rich Girls is quite entertaining which is as far as chick lits may go. Poor character development though; a bunch of shallow, forgetful ones which the author rightfully describes as -- The OC on Prozac.