Sasha loves Xavier. She would do anything to protect him, especially from his manipulative ex, Ivy, who has wheedled her way back into his life. Posing as a hot guy on Instagram, Sasha does her very best to prove that cheaters never change, but things are about to go horribly, irreversibly wrong.
I don’t really know how to talk about this book. It is silly and unrealistic, and I loved it. There were plot twists here, there and everywhere (some predictable, some not) most of which were completely improbable. I was hooked.
The story starts out as your generic high-school, angsty romance: well-written but predictable and a bit dull. But, after lulling you into a false sense of security, everything flips. Bad Girls with Perfect Faces is thrilling, immersive and addictive. The relationships featured within the book are complex and authentic, even if the plot is rather farfetched.
Surprising, and much, much better than I was expecting.
I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.