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Reviewed by Erin Nicole Cochran for Readers' Favorite
The Alpha Female Files by Jessica Burner Lee is a non-fictional memoir that feels like it should be a headline in a newspaper. It’s a sidewinding, blindsiding journey of a young woman who finds out that her husband and the father of her children, a prestigious doctor to boot, is not at all who he claims to be. That, however, is not where the story ends; it is just the beginning of her new world and not the Disney version that Aladdin and Jasmine sang in “A Whole New World.” This new world of Lee’s is full of investigators, gangs, and influential people, most of whom are not on her side.
Jessica Burner Lee’s The Alpha Female Files is a book that you will not want to put down once you start it. It’s like reading the most personal diary one could ever come across. There are moments of fear and humiliation, and still, Lee manages to instill bits of humor along the way as she writes down part of her life’s story. On page 110, she writes, “Baldy was wearing a cheesy 1970s suit and tie that practically screamed “Mong Kok Triad-looking porn investor guy.” Lee has a way of juxtaposing heinous situations with descriptions that still poke a bit of fun at the evil players trying to destroy her. While reading this, every reader will have an incredible instinctive pull to Lee. This woman is a daughter, a mother, a wife, and most definitely the ultimate alpha female.