The Debutante Divorcee by Plum SykesThe Debutante Divorcee by Plum Sykes

The Debutante Divorcee

byPlum Sykes

Paperback | August 19, 2014

Pricing and Purchase Info

$16.65 online 
$18.50 list price save 10%
Earn 83 plum® points

Prices and offers may vary in store


In stock online

Ships free on orders over $25

Not available in stores


The delicious New York Times bestselling follow up to Bergdorf Blondes, a chic and witty tale of marriage, friendship, and divorce, that moves from New York to London, the Alps to Moscow, now back in print in a gorgeous, eye-catching package.

Newly married Sylvie Mortimer has found bliss with her Divine New Husband, Hunter. But her perfect Town & Country life is about to be rocked by a divine and dangerous predator—her new friend, the very rich, very young, very thin, very pretty, and very divorced Lauren Blount.

New York’s most reckless and glamorous Debutante Divorcee, Lauren is also the city’s most eager Husband Huntress. And now she’s got her sights on a new man: Sylvie’s Divine New Husband. . . .

Plum Sykes was born in London and educated at Oxford. The author of the novelsBergdorf BlondesandThe Debutante Divorcéeand the Kindle Single memoirOxford Girl, she is a contributing editor atAmerican Vogue, where she writes about fashion, society, and Hollywood. She has also written forVanity Fair. She lives in the English countryside ...
Title:The Debutante DivorceeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.65 inPublished:August 19, 2014Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0062355821

ISBN - 13:9780062355829

Look for similar items by category:


Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not my type of book I knew going into this book that it was going to have the same name dropping, brand-conscious technique that was found in the first book, so I wasn't expecting to love it. But even though I felt so annoyed when descriptions of socialites and their lives were dropped, I still liked this a little bit better than Bergdorf Blondes. This one is about marriage, trust and loyalty. Sylvie is very influenced by all of her friends who are recently divorced. None other than her best friend Lauren who coins the term "debutante divorcee" where she even goes on her very own divorce honeymoon and throws a divorce shower. Now I wasn't too surprised about this, for I've read about this and people actually do have these. It celebrates the fact that they're single again. I liked this one enough because Sylvie who just got married is having doubts about her new husband. All signs point to him having an affair and it was in her best interest to get to the bottom of it with proof. I found her friends to be very supportive even though they were very frivolous and flakey at times. They still had her back.Even though Sylvie didn't go crazy as most women in her position would, I still felt that she learned her lesson and to find trust in her husband and herself instead. I thought it had a very cute ending with the little twist rather sweet. Though predictable, I thought the book was all right, but it still didn't resonate with me. I hardly know what the socialite life is, and I don't particularly care either. Overall, I would recommend this one for women who like their chick lit with a little haute couture thrown in.
Date published: 2014-10-22