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Privilege by Kate Brian
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Oct 09, 10

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** spoiler alert ** As you probably know if you’ve read my blog in the past month, I’m pretty obsessed with Kate Brian’s Private series, so I was thrilled when I found out that Ariana, one of the main characters from the series got her own spin-off book. The book is called Privilege and follows the life of Ariana Osgood.

*Stop reading here if you haven’t read up until book 4 in the Private series or are planning on reading the series…SPOILERS AHEAD.*

After being found guilty of killing Thomas Pearson, Ariana is sent to the Brenda T. Trumbull Correctional Facility for Women. She hates the place but makes one good friend: Kaitlynn. Kaitlynn tells Ariana that her best friend Briana Leigh framed her for the murder of Briana Leigh’s father.

After 2 years behind bars, Ariana finally hatches the perfect plan to get out. Once she escapes, she knows what she has to do. She goes to Texas, home of Briana Leigh and pretends to be someone else to get close with her. Ariana will do anything to save Kaitlynn and help her escape and Briana Leigh is the key.

I won’t even go on because what happens in the rest of the book is just TOO good to spoil.

I LOVED this book and devoured it in the matter of a few hours. I couldn’t put it down and was so engrossed in Ariana’s life. Even though she is a criminal (and seriously crazy) Kate Brian still found a way to make me like her and make me hope and hope that she didn’t get caught throughout the course of the book.
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