Review: Deadly Little Scandals - Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Deadly Little Scandals (Debutantes, #2)

Review: Deadly Little Scandals - Book #2 Debutantes Series - Jennifer Lynn Barnes - November 2019

One of my favorite YA authors ever since I discovered her book when I was a teen - Tattoo has been Jennifer Lynn Barnes. I just love how her books have this mystery aspect threaded through them but the mystery element doesn't overshadow the story and there are always more twists and turns than one ever initially thought.  Deadly Little Scandals is the second book in the Debutantes series and blew us all away as instead of simply answering our questions from the first book, it created a whole new truckload of questions and very crazy twists and not to mention some twisted characters. At the end of the first book, Sawyer Taft finally got through her first year as a Debutante and discovered the true identity of her Dad and now she is getting to know him - but she still doesn't know if he knows the truth himself.  In Book #2 we have the further story of Sawyer's mother's best friend Ana and what happened to her after she left and her baby and then Sadie's step-mother has just thrown a baby shower for her non-existent child. The family head to the Lake House for a vacation and here more secrets will be uncovered, family members and friends drugged and a secret society will come out of the shadows known as The White Gloves that are all about burying and exposing their members darkest secrets. If you love authors like Natalie D. Richards, Sara Shepard, Karen McManus, and Natasha Preston with their YA thrillers - then Jennifer Lynn Barnes is another author to add to your must-read lists.



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