After surviving the harrowing experience of the Dust Bowl, Callie LeRoux feels invincible. She has her life figured out and loves her stylish job at a film company, where she can live the fast life in the glamourous era of the 1920s. Despite her success, she cannot let this distract her from her true mission, finding her mother. She finds herself tangled up in a world of magic, caught in between conflicting fairy clans. As Callie discovers a whole new world, she learns she may have to choose between humans and fairies.
While this book did lean toward the predictable side, I did enjoy it. I am a sucker for the 20s, and I was pleased with how the author presented the time period. The writing was good, if not sometimes slightly cheesy. Despite this, the book still read well, and I think it is worth the read.
If you liked Wicked Lovely and The Luxe, then I would recommend Golden Girl, but read Dust Girl first!