This was so good!! The author created a fictional account of Ginerva Pierce's life (she met F. Scott Fitzgerald at the age of 16 and behaved a bit carelessly towards him and became the model for the Great Gatsby's Daisy) and it was fun, interesting and well-writen.
This novel is loosely based upon the real life of F. Scott Fitzgerald's muse for his characters Daisy Buchanan, Isabelle Borge, Judy Jones, Josephine Perry etc. Gatsby's Girl, is told from the perspective of Ginerva Perry, last name actually King. She tells of their whirlwind romance, their break up, and their 'crack up.' This is a silly, romantic novel. It is an enjoyable read.