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  • Amazing Historical Fiction

    Imagine a world when Cosmopolitan, the magazine, wasn’t a force in the magazine world… I can’t. Since I’ve been old enough to know what Cosmo is it has always been a go-to women’s magazine. From the sexy, eye-catching covers to the edgy titles on the cover Cosmo has always been a magazine that is on top of fashion and knowing what women want to read about. Helen Gurley Brown is the one who took Cosmo from a humdrum on the way out of business magazine to the one we all know and love now. The story is told by Helen’s secretary, Alice. The secretary is the woman who has the inside scoop on the who’s who, who’s out, and who’s in, and who is doing what with who. Alice comes to New York to start a dream life. She dreams of being a photographer but instead becomes the secretary to a woman who is breaking down walls and showing the men in the magazine world what she is capable of. I love the strength of the women in Park Avenue Summer. They show the men that they are capable of making a successful magazine. They prove that they can stand up for themselves and be successful in a world run by men. They have relationships that are what they want them to be, a marriage, a friendship, or just a convenience until the real thing comes along. This is an amazing historical fiction book with a great look into life in New York during 1965.

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