Annisa Laksmi Paramitha Laksmi Paramitha itibaren Körs Köyü, 43270 Körs Köyü/Kütahya Merkez/Kütahya, Türkiye
Have you ever had one of those friends that will put on anything to go to school or have extremely frizzy hair so they just put it up in a ponytail? And then over the summer or during a break they change from this completely geeky uncool friend to a super model. They straighten their hair, they show off their curves, and they have all the guys talking about them! That’s how it starts with Frankie. She becomes gorgeous in the eyes of a senior at her boarding school (yes a boarding school story! I love those!) who ends up going out with her. Matthew Livingston is a lot more baggage than a pretty face. This is definitely a book for those feminists out there or for guys who have no idea of the power one girl can have over a whole secret society of boys! Once she realizes Matt is not letting him into her life as much as she would like, she starts investigating him and finds out about his secret society her Dad used to be a part of (her ex is also in the society, but he’s not a real member! You need to read this!). It seems as though she’s frustrated with how much Matt belittles her just because she’s a girl. He leaves her coming up with excuses such as he needs to see his boys. This male only society gives Frankie, a serious mastermind, a reason to mess with the boys. She starts out as spying on them, and then it leads to pranking, framing, and suspension. The boys don’t even realize she’s the one behind the whole thing! It pisses me off so much when it gets to the end and how Matt treats her when he figures out she’s the one. She does earn what she sought out in the end. I definitely feel how Frankie feels in this book. I know many guys who think that just because they have money and they look good, they can get whatever they want. This made the book very realistic. The girl isn’t whiny, like many other books, and that’s why I liked even more. She gets a little crazy, let’s just say that. The exclusivity of this male society drove me nuts too Frankie! A reason I disliked the book was because she might have taken it a little too far, which seemed a bit unrealistic and how the book was intended for a younger audience.