The higher you climb, the farther you have to fall....
Reed Brennan knew being elected president of exclusive Billings Hall would change her life. What she didn't count on was being dumped by her boyfriend, Josh Hollis, or being held responsible for a fire that destroyed Easton Academy's oldest building.
And now the administration wants to shut Billings down. Forever.
As president, it's up to Reed to save Billings Hall. What better way to win over the head?master than to host a glam fund-raising event in New York City? Everyone needs a date, and the newly single Reed is the most eligible girl on campus. All of Easton's hottest boys are angling to take her out, and for once, Reed's biggest problem is which one to choose.
Reed has never felt so popular or powerful -- until the police start asking questions about Cheyenne Martin's death. Excited party buzz quickly turns to whispered rumors and dark moods, and one thing becomes clear: There is someone who wants to see Billings, and Reed, go down. And they will do anything to make it happen.
What I thought:
Things are starting to heat up by the end of this novel and it has gotten my attention all over again. I thought by now I would be over the drama of this series, but somehow I have gotten addicted to it all and I really do enjoy following Reed, even if most of the time I spend my time wishing things could only get better for her.
The plot was an interesting one, as Reed had to find a way to save Billings, but in the process she is also the victim of some disturbing incidents. I'm ready to find out how the whole thing with Cheyenne ends, it has been a good one through this book and I look forward to reading the rest.
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