Review of Prep School Confidential by Kara Taylor (ebook)



Prep School Confidential by Kara Taylor 


In this breathtaking debut that reads like Gossip Girl crossed with Twin Peaks, a Queen Bee at a blue-blooded New England prep school stumbles into a murder mystery.

Anne Dowling practically runs her exclusive academy on New York’s Upper East Side—that is, until she accidentally burns part of it down and gets sent to a prestigious boarding school outside of Boston. Determined to make it back to New York, Anne couldn’t care less about making friends at the preppy Wheatley School. That is, until her roommate Isabella’s body is found in the woods behind the school.

When everyone else is oddly silent, Anne becomes determined to uncover the truth no matter how many rules she has to break to do it. With the help of Isabella’s twin brother Anthony, and a cute classmate named Brent, Anne discovers that Isabella wasn’t quite the innocent nerdy girl she pretended to be. But someone will do anything to stop Anne’s snooping in this fast-paced, unputdownable read—even if it means framing her for Isabella’s murder.





This was a fun book.

Anne did annoy me at times and it’s obvious that this is an older book. But the mystery was good and it definitely got me interested in the next mystery. I just bought book two. With Anne, she has a bit of an ego and is obsessed with what boys think of her. But I guess I was somewhat that way when I was 16. I just didn’t think they were all into me the way she does. There is a triangle, so that might bother some readers. Triangles don’t annoy me the way they do with other people. I liked Isabella a lot. I didn’t read the book synopsis, so I had no idea she died (not a spoiler). It bummed me out. It was intesting finding out who Isabella really was. She was different with Anne, but it was also only a week. I love prep school and boarding school books, so I knew this would be a good one for me.

I gave this book 4 1/2 stars.


Have you read this?  Is it on your TBR?





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