She finna get caught soon enough by other people in that school too. A person can hold on a lie for so long…..
*** There’s a few spoilers in this review**
Sooo, okay, this book was good. I would’ve finished this book yesterday, but I had other important things to do. I am glad I finally finished because after a while I get tired lol. But the book was good; I didn’t know if I’ll finish it until I started!
I wouldn’t say I liked the fact that Rinidi had to pretend to be someone else for her to make friends. I think if she would’ve been herself from the beginning, she would’ve still had friends. She probably would’ve gotten Tyler or maybe even had a crush on him…. though; he probably wouldn’t have talked to her.
But I do understand that she had to do what she had to do. With trying to fit in because she felt like she would’ve been BULLIED for being a charity case (poor girl) if she didn’t lie about how she was rich and the granddaughter of Andrea’s mom….
I was also glad; that Megan got the stick from up her behind because, for one, she was jealous of Rinidi and was stupid for sitting and starving herself to please Lizzie even Rinidi kind of did that too by not eating what she wanted.
No way could I do that….. but at least they all came around to be here still (Rindi) friend even after the lies she told had come out in the open. She also changes Cooper too; from being a womanizer and Megan finally got the guy and she sort of change Megan for the better, even Lizzie…
Rindi always felt invisible at her other schools. Her family moves so much she’s never had a chance to fit in. Now, half-way through her senior year, she’s starting an elite school where she would normally fit in least of all, but one little lie propels her to the top of the social hierarchy.
Suddenly, she has it all. Friends, parties, boyfriends. Thanks to her teeny, tiny lie, she’s living the life of a rich girl. So, why is she so unhappy?
When the truth finally comes out, her fictional world crashes down around her. Will any of her new friends be there to pick up the pieces, or will she become something even worse than invisible?