In her first month as a paralegal at the law firm Lavigne Nelson Kiley Moore, Callie Morrison is just trying to keep her head down, do good work and stay anonymous. This all changes the moment she discovers that Katherine, Holly, and Patrick (three lawyers at the firm) have a regular Thursday night Book Club. For a bibliophile like Callie, the allure of a regular book club is more than she can handle. It turns out Callie is more than just a book enthusiast. She has a savant-like ability to recall entire passages and chapters from anything she's ever read...and she's read them all. Accordingly, she sees the world through the lens of classic literature. Where others see a lawsuit involving a "Toddlers and Tiaras" type show, to her, it is Lolita. Callie uses her knowledge of the books to predict outcomes and find solution to these cases. But when Callie crashes Book Club in the hopes of engaging in a deep and meaningful exchange on her favorite works of literature, she makes a shocking discovery. Book Club may not be as it appears from the outside. High stakes court cases, a secret club, adventures lasting into the wee hours of the morning - this is not your mother's Book Club.