UntouchablePaperback - 2006
Can the Billings Girls remain untouchable?
Reed's boyfriend, Thomas Pearson -- the popular, easygoing, irresistibly handsome and charismatic boy she fell in love with -- is dead. No one knows how it happened, and everyone is after the truth. Or are they?
Life at Easton Academy begins to feel very different. Taylor is acting like the poster child for Prozac, Kiran is spiking her cornflakes, Noelle is being kind of...nice, and Arianna keeps floating along as if nothing has happened.
Thanksgiving break arrives and Reed and Josh find themselves alone on campus. They are forced to confront the feelings they've been hiding. Those feelings combined with an empty campus result in the hottest hookup Reed could possibly imagine. But when Reed breaks the news about Josh to the Billings Girls, there's no fun game of tell-all. Instead, Josh begins to look like suspect No. 1 in the murder of Thomas Pearson.
The perfect life Reed has constructed as a Billings Girl begins to crumble. And as everyone becomes more convinced of Josh's guilt, Reed's private suspicions lead her somewhere she doesn't want to go.
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Josh and Dash are probably two of my favorite characters. I feel like there's so much more to Dash than we are given and Josh is just such a sweet heart, which we get to see in this book. Especially as Josh and Reed grow closer and closer. Their romance was adorable and so much more sweet and innocence than they way Reed and Thomas became an item. Of course, we now have the murder of Thomas to deal with and it seems like everyone could become a suspect. There are various things I could gripe about this book but it's all due to this being a teen book. Sure the plot rushes through a bit and things flip and flop but in a book that fits into this sorta elite HS drama it works and you get pretty much what you expect. That's really both good and bad depending on what you're looking for.
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