Pretty Little Liars meets Luckiest Girl Alive in this riveting novel about a practically perfect girl who is willing to do anything to make sure it stays that way. Absolutely anything.
Things to know about Riley Stone:
Riley Stone is just about perfect. (Ask anyone.)
She has a crush on her French teacher, Alex Belrose. (And she suspects he likes her, too.)
Riley has her entire life planned out. (The plan is nonnegotiable.)
She’s never had a secret she couldn’t keep. (Not ever.)
Riley is sure that her life is on the right track. (And nothing will change that.)
She’s nothing like a regular teenager. (But she doesn’t have any problem admitting that.)
Riley doesn’t usually play games. (But when she does, she always wins.)
She thinks a game is about to start…
But Riley always has a plan…
And she always wins.
Being a huge fan of Pretty Little Liars of course I had to check a book that is being compared to it.
I can see why they are making the comparison because there is a very similar level in how the author created a storyline and characters that are so provoking the answers will leave you feeling dumbfounded for a bit as everything sinks in.
Morgan seems pretty adept at writing a decent novel with enough suspense to get you hooked and keep you there til the end. She knows how to throw in enough twists and when to keep the pace on point and your attention from wandering.
The characters are exactly what you’d expect for this age level so it would’ve been nice to have a more balanced view than just following the main character after all that is what makes stuff like PLL so awesome is you get to see how things work from various points of view.
Thank you to Netgalley and Simon Pulse for allowing me to review this book.
*synopsis and pic from netgalley.com