Jenny Jackson’s Pineapple Street is the latest pick for the Good Morning America book club.

Jackson’s debut novel, published Tuesday by Pamela Dorman/Viking, follows three women from a wealthy New York family. A critic for Kirkus called the book “a remarkably enjoyable visit with the annoying one percent, as close to crazy rich WASPs as WASPs can get.”

George Stephanopoulos announced the selection on the morning show, calling the debut novel  “a funny take on the melodramas of upper-crust families living in Brooklyn Heights.” Jackson, who is also a vice president and executive editor at Alfred A. Knopf, appeared in a taped video, describing her book as “a story of privilege, prenups, family secrets, and romantic disaster.”

In a podcast interview with Kirkus’ Megan Labrise, Jackson said of her novel, “I really set out to write the exact novel that I most love to read. I’ve been a fan forever of Laurie Colwin; she’s one of my favorite all-time writers. And I love a lot of the writers that I’ve gotten to work with as an editor, Katherine Heiny and Jennifer Close and J. Courtney Sullivan and Helen Fielding and Kevin Kwan.”

Jackson shared the news of her book’s selection on Instagram, with a video of her watching the announcement on Good Morning America. “Literally screaming (and contemplating Pineapple-themed lower back tattoo),” she wrote.

Michael Schaub, a journalist and regular contributor to NPR, lives near Austin, Texas.