Upper Class (Upper Class #1)
Welcome to Wellington
Boarding school for society's elite, overachievers, and rich screwups.
No matter who you are, Wellington can be the deepest and most beautiful time of your life, or the loneliest and most difficult. And two new girls are about to find out which it will be for them . . .
Laine Hunt is a Wellington girl by blood: She lives the country club life i...more
The confusing writing might not be so bad if the authors wer ...more
There is a classic love triangle between Parker, Chase, and Laine, who is only able to communicate with Chase through email. I would've liked to see Parker and Chase's friendship develop into something more, but I was disappointed.
There is plenty of room at the end of this book for another ...more
Not a bad mistake to buy this book, I guess. It got me thorough the last leg of a long American flight.
What about this book that annoyed me:
1.) the characters (they were all shallow stereotypes that did teenagers all over the world injustice)
2.) the writing style (it was just annoying)
3.) the way the story flowed (it didn't)
4.) how much sense it made sometimes (none)
but other than that... meh.
i just did not enjoy this book.
"The sisters used to look so similar they freaked people out. They were variations in B flat, or three sketches someone did of the same girl. Identical sky blue eyes staring without expression from complacent faces. ...more
Two girls who are polar opposites become roommates at boarding school.
Laine, a field hockey jock, a perfect match for the school, looks down upon her new roommate for a number of reasons, including her look-at-me attitude. Nikki's loud, loves the attention of the spotlight, and doesn't understand the rules and society of old money -- and thus the school.
How can they survive a year together, especially when the older girls are rooting for one of t ...more
Laine is the little innocent field hockey player, who got involved in something she shouldn't have. Nikki, on the other hand, is a obnoxious girl who does whatever she wants. I deff. did NOT like the second chapt ...more
Nikki and Laine are two mismatched room mates who are different as can be. Nikki is at boarding school because her parents do not like her friends' influences at home. Laine of course is considered Wellington-material.
But there's a problem. Schuyler is proctor of the dorm. While she may act all sweet and stuff, she has a book known as the Crash Test, a college full of girls that some believe will not make it at Wellington. Now near the end of ...more