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Happy & You Know It A dark, witty page turner set around a group of wealthy mothers and the young musician who takes a job singing to their babies and finds herself pulled into their glamorous lives and dangerous secretsAfter her former band shot to superstardom without her, Claire reluctantly agrees to a gig as a playgroup musician for overprivileged infants on New York s Park Avenue Claire is surprised to discover that she is smitten with her new employers, a welcoming clique of wellness addicts with impossibly shiny hair, who whirl from juice cleanse to overpriced miracle vitamins to spin class with limitless energyThere is perfect hostess Whitney who is on the brink of social media stardom and just needs to find a way to keep her perfect life from falling apart Caustically funny, recent stay at home mom Amara who is struggling to embrace her new identity And old money, veteran mom Gwen who never misses an opportunity to dole out parenting advice But as Claire grows closer to the cool women who pay her bills, she uncovers secrets and betrayals that no amount of activated charcoal can fixFilled with humor and shocking twists, Happy and You Know It is a brilliant take on motherhood exposing it as yet another way for society to pass judgment on women while also exploring the baffling magnetism of curated social media lives that are designed to make us feel unworthy But, ultimately, this dazzling novel celebrates the unlikely bonds that form, and the power that can be unlocked, when a group of very different women is thrown together when each is at her most vulnerable

10 thoughts on “Happy & You Know It

  1. says:

    Welcome to the universe of Super powered trust fund Manhattan penthouse moms They can t be defined as regular stay at home moms They are full of energy with their shiny, beautiful hairs, wearing their designer clothes especially blouses or casually Lululemon yoga pants, drinking wines, already lost their pregnancy weights, running around from different activities to another social gatherings Now

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    Yayy This is a BOTM option this month Well hello.mommy club book What a refreshing book this was I flew through this entertaining read in less than 24 hours Not being a mommy myself except for my adorable dogs I wasn t sure if this would be a book I would click with No worries here If you have a sense of humor, like some entertainment and like a little mystery and frenemy type behaviorthis is it Thi

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    This story was okay but I feel like it was missing that something to make it great I love stories like this that follow a bunch of rich privileged moms and then someone new is getting sucked into their world, it s one of my favorite tropes but I feel like this would ve worked so much better as a thriller, as opposed to a contemporary I really enjoyed the first 200 pages, I was invested in all the entert

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    I am excited to have Laura Hankin join us in The Behind the Pages group for a spoiler free Q A today To see what she has to say about Happy You Know It you can find the thread here I am happy, and I want to show it Happy You Know it was another book from that stack of not my normal that surprised me Again I find myself feeling like a little kid on the playground wanting to share my joy with everyone orlike

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    Happy You Know It is such a unique read It centers around an elite group of mothers who hire a musician to sing to their children.Claire is the musician hired to perform for a play dates for these Park Avenue moms She never imagines she d fall in love with this work, but she does She even grows to like the well to do moms.Each of the moms has some drama and secrets of her own Claire becomes closer and closer to

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    This is a WONDERFUL novel For the first part of it, I couldn t figure out why I was turning the pages too fast to take notes, which I usually do when there are this many characters involved There s Claire, who was unceremoniously dumped by her band for another singer who was curvier and sexier, which would have been rough on its own, but what s worse is that shortly after they made the change, they catapulted to fa

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    It took me a few chapters to really get into this one but soon after I was hooked And I don t think you necessarily have to be a parent and or active on social media to find this to be a worthwhile read.Claire is a musician who is struggling to make ends meet so she takes a job as a playgroup entertainer for a group of privileged mothers and their babies Not the most exciting gig especially considering her former band

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    Claire lost her gig with a band right as they hit it big She is down on her luck and in need of a job So when a upper class mommy group needs a singer She is on it Once she gets into these women s lives she realizes that maybe they aren t just the upper class housewives that she originally thought view spoiler I so want to call them the house ho s like I do in real life but I can feel the trolls fingers just a burning hide

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    I must admit the book lulled me in a little But the twist at the end caught me by total surprise In the end the book was different from what I expected, but nevertheless captivating.Thanks to great drama And a plot that went an unexpected path I had a great time reading this book It was easy and entertaining which makes for a great summer novel.The entertainment value was high with this novel, especially the realistic and some

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    Happy and You Know It , Laura Hankin s new novel, is an insightful, humorous commentary on the pressures of motherhood.Claire has impeccable timing she gets kicked out of her band just before their meteoric rise to fame Now, barely able to make ends meet and filling her spare time with alcohol, she s forced to take a job as a musician for a children s playgroup.But as hellish as the job sounds, the wealthy mothers whose infants m

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About the Author: Laura Hankin

Laura Hankin is the author of HAPPY YOU KNOW IT and has written for McSweeney s and HuffPost, among other publications The viral videos that she creates and stars in with her comedy duo, Feminarchy, have been featured in Now This, The New York Times, and Funny or Die She grew up in Washington, D.C and now lives in New York City, where she has performed off Broadway, acted onscreen, and sung to far too many babies.