Legacy (Private #6)
After Cheyenne Martin's death, everyone at Easton Academy is struggling to recover from yet another tragedy--especially the girls of Billings Hall. With Cheyenne gone, they need to elect a new leader. And who better than Reed Brennan, the ultimate Billings Girls?
As the new Billings president, Reed suddenly has access to power she never imagined. Gossip...more
Reed: That annoying girl is dead (sobs hysterically).
Roomies: Totally. So, which shade of nailpolish looks better?
Reed: You insensitive (bleeped)!!! You didn't love her like I... oh, wait, I hated her. But still!!
Josh: Your roomies are insensitive (bleeped).
Reed: Don't talk bad about them!!!
Josh: Just sayin'.
Roomies: Like, we didn't get invited to the party. We hafta go! We hafta!
Reed: How can you think about such things at a time like this?
Noelle: It's true. We HAVE to go to ...more
I've been devouring these books
like they were candy lately.
I read them in like 2 hours flat.
Thoughts on "Legacy":
*Yay, Noelle is back!
Admit it, you love to hate her.
*What's with the Dash thing, its
just so weird, i mean, seriously?
*For some reason I just don't like
Sabine, something always seemed up
with her, and i cant quite place my
finger on it.
*NNNOOOOOO JJJJOOOOSSSSHHHH! Reed,
what did you do?????
*Ahhhh, I smell trouble in the next book!
CAN'T WAIT! =)
These girls are craaaazy! The stuff they go through just to go to a party is unreal, so not worth it to me, but to each their own I guess. I am loving this series but I jus ...more
When Reed finds out that Easton students haven’t been invited to the notorious Legacy party, she i ...more
Reed Brennan feels responsible since the last note she ever received from Cheyenne did blamed her for her death.
With Cheyenne gone, the Billings Girls are in need of a new leader. Who better than Reed Brennan for that position?
With that being said, Reed Brennan became the most powerful girl at Easton.
But this power isn't so wonderful. Now that she's president, everyone expects her to get them invitations for the Legacy, the most exclusive party on the East Coast ...more
I can make a text to self-connection with Reed. Reed and I are kind of the same because she is organized and likes to get all her friends invited to the same party so that they could all hang out together. I also try to do what he does which ...more
If I was to skip this book, I would probably not understand the rest of the Private books. This one just has so many huge changes, and hints as well (about Cheyenne, that is). It changed my perspective ...more
The Girls of Billing are still grieving over the loss of Cheyenne. The sisters can't believe that one of their own would commit suicide. But Cheyenne was expelled at the end of book five, INNER CIRCLE, and the girls believe Cheyenne couldn't face leaving in disgrace.
So we arrive at the start of book six in the PRIVATE series by Kate Brian.
Reed Brennan can't stand seeing everyone so down and depressed. So she convinces them that a day in town shopping and ...more
But people don't always last at Easton. Noelle is gone. Ariana is gone. Kiran is gone. Taylor is gone. And now, even the perky Cheyenne Martin can no longer be s ...more
There’s no doubt that this book was entertaining despite its predictability in the sense that you can ...more
The Billings Girls are still reeling from Cheyenne’s death, a new president must be elected and it looks like Reed Brennan is the perfect candidate, and Noelle Lange is back. How, and why? On top of that, Reed’s e-mail flirtation with Dash continues, she gets repeat messages from dead-girl Cheyenne (how is that possible?) and she has to think of a way to get the Billings Girls invited into the most important party of the year: the Legacy.
My opinion of Reed stil ...more
They hear through the grapevine that the Legacy may still be on, but no one ...more
I miss old Reed or at least the girl she tried to become in the previous book, you know... nice and fair? Now she's truly a mess on heels what means being a Billings Girl. And I hate her now, she destroyed my ship and her own self.
I understand the whole desire for fun and affair, I get it but she needed to separate fantasy from reality, what she thinks she wants and what she actually needs. She went down the whole "Zoey Redbird spiral" ...more
I can relate to his book because i have 2 best friends that hate each-other. i want to have parties and stuff with ...more
I love how there is a twist or a "big bang" at the end of every book that keeps you wanting more, without being left hanging. I also like how the author give you little details that you never think twice about, but it ends up being a huge deal at the end. The main character is lovable, realistic, and sometimes makes stupid decisions that you just want to scream at h ...more
Reed and the rest of the Billings Girls are back in Legacy, book six of the Private Series. They are mourning the loss of Cheyenne and trying to get answers to their questions surrounding her suicide. This is the second death on the Easton campus and the question is how can tragedy strike the sheltered and the elite?
Cheyenne was president of Billings House prior to her death. Now that the presidency is vacant, only one Billings Girl seems appropriate to rep ...more