It’s the life I was born to live: billionaire’s daughters, living amongst the rich & famous. But my mom kept me a secret from my dad. Until now.
I am so out of my league. Fancy parties, expensive cars, and a private school for the elite… It sounds like a dream. But everything is not as perfect as it seems on the outside. Here, the secrets are dirty, and the lies comes easy.
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Okay I'm going to keep this short and honest. Really, this wasn't my favorite from Mercy. I liked it, it was alright. I mean I gave it 3 stars on goodreads which is actually pretty good coming from me.
The good: Short, easy to read. Mercy's writing is so fluent. It's definitely a good book to just sit down in read for the day. I like the rich lifestyle portrayed in the book. So yeah I'd recommend it for someone just looking for a quick read. I don't know, add it to a list for a readathon or something.
The bad: so. much. focus. on. sex. Ohmygoodness. Like okay! Teenagers do things other than party and have sex. The book centered around Kihanna's relationships for about 90% of the time. I was so worried at first when almost every new character introduced was a male who happened to have an interest in her. Love triangles are bad enough, we don't need a love hexagon thanks.
Overall: The last 10% is what is keeping me hopeful for book 2. Those last few chapters were a huge game changer for this series.
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I am a YA/ NA author, with an addiction to NOS & Red Bull energy drinks. My guilty pleasure is the TV series The Lying Game and The Vampire Diaries. I'm 23 years old. I currently live in St Louis, with my husband of 2 years.
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