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A Dangerous Game (Capital Girls #2.5)

3.04  ·  Rating Details  ·  48 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Taylor Cane is planning a dangerous game for tonight’s over-the-top party for Washington DC’s privileged crowd. Not even her three best friends know what she’s going to do ... what she has to do. Because if Jackie Whitman, Laura Beth Ballou, or Lettie Velasquez ever found out they’d do absolutely anything to stop her.
ebook, 51 pages
Published February 26th 2013 by St. Martin's Griffin
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Nikki "The Crazie Betty" V.
I enjoyed this short story about high class DC girls way more than I should've. I'm really not usually a fan of the Gossip Girl type stories but dammit if the drama queen in me isn't totally entertained by the backstabbing and mind games these aristocratic folks go through in this story. This actually really made me want to read the series that this is a part of so kudos to the author!
Dec 15, 2013 Angelique rated it did not like it
This was free and I was bored at the laundromat, but I still say I wasted the thirty minutes of my life it took to read this in between snorts and eye rolls. These characters are absolutely dreadful people and such stereotypes that I can't help but wonder who really acts like this? Aside from television girls. None of them are likable nor have real, relatable problems except maybe Lettie who mostly appears to be an attempt to make the others look like better people than they are.

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Mel (Reviews In A Pinch)
Dec 09, 2015 Mel (Reviews In A Pinch) rated it it was ok
Shelves: owned
This is a short story (44 pages on the Nook) that comes from a series by Ella Monroe. It is not a relatable story, unless you’re a prep school girl in DC that loves to party and lie to your friends. The story was also slightly confusing if you don’t read her series. It left off on a cliffhanger that didn’t actually make me want to read anymore of this series. There were just too many unanswered questions. I would not recommend this short story, unless you’re already a fan of the Capital Girls se ...more
Andrea Deleon
May 05, 2014 Andrea Deleon rated it it was ok
It was a good story ish.
Jun 14, 2013 Kylie rated it liked it
Shelves: read-in-2013, kindle
An interesting prequel to Capital Girls.
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Ella Monroe is the pen name of authors Maz Rauber and Amy Reingold. Maz grew up in Australia and was a New York Post reporter before turning to fiction-writing. In her previous life, Amy was a Cordon Bleu trained chef and textile artist. After leaving her Midwestern hometown, Amy moved to Chicago, London, and Hong Kong. Both of us now live in Washington D.C., where each of us raised two kids. Maz ...more
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