Once a down-to-earth girl who loved her freckles as much as sailing with her carefree husband, one day Mim Woolcott wakes up to find she is keeping Prada, Louis Vuitton and numerous day spas in business and her life has descended into a merry-go-round of shopping, backstabbing and snobbery.
Welcome to the world of Gucci Mamas, where every day Mim has to negotiate the Carpark Mafia and the Mothers Superior as she drops her children off at the most prestigious school in Melbourne. But in between keeping up with the Joneses – or in this case the Mason-Jacksons – cracks are starting to show in Mim’s perfect life as money gets tighter and her husband works ever longer hours. If her two best friends have similar problems, Mim would never know – the Gucci Mamas are far too busy picking their outfits for the races and having manicures to notice each other’s troubles.
Something’s got to give, and it will take a catastrophic, life-changing event to bring Mim to her senses. But will it be too late?
Wryly funny and frighteningly sharply observed, with characters who are all too real, Gucci Mamas will have you hooked from the first page.