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Flawless by Sara Shepard
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Nov 01, 11

Read in November, 2011

Personally, I think Flawless by Sara Shepard was not as interesting as the first book of this series. Except, I still really enjoyed reading this book and would rate it four out of five stars. Emily Fields, Aria Montgomery, Spencer Hastings and Hanna Marin all are best friends ever since Alison Dilaurentis brought them together, but they were not as close for about a year after Alison's death. During this story, Hanna Marin has family problems since her mom and dad had a divorce and now her dad is engaged and her boyfriend, Sean Ackard, joins a clubs and promises to be a virgin till marriage which really irritates Hanna. Emily Fields can't figure out who she truly is and what she wants to do in life. She is a competitive swimmer and tries to focus on getting into college, because her dad is in the military and he would be really proud, after all she's a perfect girl to them, but is she really is the question? Aria Montgomery tries to keep her family together from falling to pieces after her dad's affair with her mom. She also really likes a older boy but finds out a big problem that they have to face. Spencer Hastings's family is always straight A's and perfect, for Spencer it's hard to keep up the hard work and be as exquisite as her sister. That's not her only problem though, she also keeps falling in love with boys that aren't exactly for her and suppose to be with her. New messages are received all the time still by A, a unknown person trying to ruin their life they think. All sorts of drama happens in this book which really does keep you interested. New relationships, break-ups, secrets, family troubles and other teenage crisits that actually do happen in real life sometimes. I recommend this book to any reader interested in mysterious and dramatic books!

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