Google+ Reading Teen: Little White Lies by Jennifer Lynn Barnes // How to Be a Debutante for BA Beginners

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Little White Lies by Jennifer Lynn Barnes // How to Be a Debutante for BA Beginners

LITTLE WHITE LIES
by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Series: Debutantes
Hardcover: 400 pages
Publisher: Freeform (November 6, 2018)
Buy The Book: Amazon.com
Eighteen-year-old auto mechanic Sawyer Taft did not expect her estranged grandmother to show up at her apartment door and offer her a six-figure contract to participate in debutante season. And she definitely never imagined she would accept. But when she realizes that immersing herself in her grandmother's "society" might mean discovering the answer to the biggest mystery of her life-her father's identity-she signs on the dotted line and braces herself for a year of makeovers, big dresses, bigger egos, and a whole lot of bless your heart. The one thing she doesn't expect to find is friendship, but as she's drawn into a group of debutantes with scandalous, dangerous secrets of their own, Sawyer quickly discovers that her family isn't the only mainstay of high society with skeletons in their closet. There are people in her grandmother's glittering world who are not what they appear, and no one wants Sawyer poking her nose into the past. As she navigates the twisted relationships between her new friends and their powerful parents, Sawyer's search for the truth about her own origins is just the beginning.

Really weirdly, this book reminded me of Gilmore Girls. The main character is a girl whose father isn't in the picture (even though Rory knows Christopher is her dad), and doesn't know her grandparents (but they end up being rich and in her life), and is close with her mom. But that's where the similarities end. Where Gilmore Girls branches off into humor, and relationships, Little White Lies goes into mystery and a game of 'Which of you stuck up snobs is my father?'


Before almost every chapter, there are scenes from the very end of the book. So while reading the book you're kind of like:

Which I actually enjoy, because it really makes you think, instead of just handing over the answers. Plus THERE ARE SO MANY PLOT TWISTS. Like, every time you think you've got it figured out and you're like 'there's so much of the book left like ?????' and then get a MASSIVE curve ball. 


But don't come over here looking for romance, because Sawyer Taft doesn't need a mans (though I do, so if you're hot call me ;) I'M JUST KIDDING STOP CRYING MOM). At first it kind of annoyed me because, ummm Sawyer look at all these hot mans around you ARE YOU BLIND!? But then I actually got to know her character and I was like, yeah makes sense. She has priorities, and those come first, and if the opportunitiy arises after the smoke clears then maybe. She has this set of rules pertaining to guys, and I love it, because she never compromises them. She is smart, and has learned how to take care of herself. So Sawyer, I forgive you for not being a romantic. 



This book has more WHICH IS GREAT because while questions are answered IT ISN'T RESOLVED SO YEAH PLEASE GIVE ME MORE PLEASE AND THANK YOU! Au revoir readers!


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