Kiss Me Kill Me, Review

10 Jun

Kiss Me Kill Me by Lauren Henderson (Scarlett Wakefield Series, Book 1)

Plot: Scarlett Wakefield, 16, attends St. Tabby’s school in England and is on the gymnastics team with her two best friends. When Scarlett receives an invitation to hang with the popular crowd and attend a party where she knows her crush, Dan McAndrew, will be, she jumps at the chance, even though her two best friends are not invited.

While at the party, she gets a chance to be alone with Dan, and her wish comes true when they kiss. Yet the next thing she knows, Dan has dropped dead at her feet, and everybody thinks she had something to do with it. Asked to leave the school due to the bad publicity and shunned by both the popular crowd and her old best friends (since she chose to ditch them), Scarlett transfers to Wakefield Hall Collegiate, a girls’ school that has been in her family for ages.

She does not get along well with her grandmother or aunt (whom she lives with in a guest cottage), and tries to stay out of their way as much as possible. She meets a new friend Taylor and has a few run-ins with Jase, the groundskeeper’s son.

After Scarlett receives an anonymous note, she sets out to figure out what (or who) really caused Dan’s death so she can clear her name.

Would you recommend this book? Yes.

4 stars



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