Source Received from the publisher
Published by Simon Pulse on October 31, 2017
Received from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Cover image and synopsis from Goodreads:
When Sasha’s best friend Xavier gets back together with his cheating ex, Ivy, Sasha knows she needs to protect him. So she poses as a guy online to lure Ivy away.
But Sasha’s plan goes sickeningly wrong. And she soon learns to be careful of who you pretend to be because you might be surprised by who you become…
Told in multiple points of view, Bad Girls with Perfect Faces is sexy and twisted with shocks at every turn.
I read Lynn Weingarten’s Suicide Notes From Beautiful Girls a few years ago, and I mostly enjoyed it, so when I saw Bad Girls with Perfect Faces on Edelweiss, I knew I wanted to read it!
This was a pretty good book. It was dark and twisty, which I like, and there was a mounting sense of dread and tension throughout. I read this fairly quickly, wanting to find out what was going to happen next and what Sasha would do.
While I enjoyed this and would recommend it to readers looking for a darker YA read, it doesn’t stand out from other books I’ve read. It didn’t stay with me when I put the book down, but it was an interesting story.