I had the same question...it was weird until you realize it's like Whisper but for these rich southern kids.

Little White Lies incorporated everything awesome about suspense novels and everything action packed about young adult novels and combined them to make one awesome story. And what if their accidental meeting wasn’t an accident at all...? The first time Lou meets mysterious Christian, she knows he is The One. Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on current books in 10-30 seconds! Suffice to say, LITTLE WHITE LIES was nothing short of simply brilliant. When Christian’s house goes up in flames, his tires are slashed, and he flees for his life, Lou insists on going with him. I enjoyed this book a lot. [ hoping that the next book spends more time on the "pregnancy pact" because what even??? But as Christian’s secret is unveiled in front of the whole world, it seems everything he’s ever told Lou is a lie. Can what the media are saying about him really be true? I studied English Literature at Sheffield University, spent a year at UNC-Chapel Hill, followed by a crazy year at Mountview drama school, a national Shakespeare tour, and back-packing through South-East Asia. “You're not the type to natter, are you?" It’s all so pitiful and addictive. I know I am being vague but I can't spoil anything. When Christian’s house goes up in flames, his tires are slashed, and he flees for his life, Lou insists on going with him. I love nothing more than creating characters - both on page and on-stage! I would recommend this book to anyone because of every little bit that it has.

Reread 2020 so I can continue with the series :) When it comes to creating original and believable characters + plot that will make your head explode - J.L.Barnes is THE ONE.

Suspense is hard for young adult but Katie Dale managed to craft a wonderful story that kept me guessing until the very end. It's also a story of lies and regret, and - ultimately - of trust, love and forgiveness.

Just when I thought I might have an idea where the book was heading, the author delivered another revelation and threw me for a loop.

Little White Lies is a fast-paced, entertaining blend of Gossip Girl, Gilmore Girls, and Barnes’ The Fixer.

The shifting time lines messed me up a bit, and the ending was a bit- odd - what with the twist within the twist.

Then her aristocratic grandmother Lillian makes an offer the eighteen-year-old can hardly refuse—spend the debutant season living with her grandmother and she’ll receive half a million dollars. What Abigail is experiencing after being re-deposited back into a family that had continued on without her is explored through her interactions, and it is difficult to get a purchase on why she is not happier about being reunited with her parents, siblings and extended family.

Abigail is now a troubled teenager and has little to offer up about what happened in the intervening years. I studied English Literature at Sheffield University, spent a year at UNC-Chapel Hill, followed by a crazy year at Mountview drama school, a national Shakespeare tour, and back-packing through South-East Asia. Yes, the author did a creditable job of keeping the reader in suspense about the whodunit. Which is why 90% of my frustration can only be told in coded sentences. Why does he clam up every time Lou asks about his past? by Freeform. Full of deception and intense emotions, LITTLE WHITE LIES doesn't hold back once the truth starts unfolding - it will knock you down, over and over again.

In the end, there are still some unresolved issues and I look forward to the sequel to see what happens next to Sawyer and her new friends.

Abigail isn’t a sad shivering wreck, she’s angry. Eighteen years old Sawyer Taft and her mother barely get by. Sawyer is a sassy, no nonsense kind of girl who, through a deal with her grandmother, is thrown into the glittering world of high society as a debutante. She has been, in turn, a competitive cheerleader, a volleyball player, a dancer, a debutante, a primate cognition researcher, a teen model, a comic book geek, and a lemur aficionado.

Lilian, Anne’s forthright sister, never had a kind word to say about Abigail’s biological father Fraser and it was an effort to extract Anne from her toxic domestic situation when Abigail was small.

I love high society. This definitely felt like a standalone version of. I found that by the time of the big reveal, I just didn't care. This is not a racy thriller with twists and turns at the end of each chapter but more a purposeful march towards the one big unknown fracture that is alluded to throughout the book. I got the impression that the author might have changed the ending so that it wouldn't be so predictable? What a great book!



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