Get Dirty

I liked this sequel to “Get Even” as much, if not more, than I did the first. I found the characters better developed and the story faster paced. However, some still seems pretty far-fetched, especially the way the police were portrayed.  I ended up being correct on who the killer was, but not why. I was surprised by a few of the developments, but way ahead on others. All in all a nice revenge story that makes you think twice about who is right and who is wrong. Also, it never hurts to know more about a person before you assume you understand them. Everyone has secrets and some are easy to find while others are kept secret for a very good reason. This story brings to mind “cast the first stone if you are blameless” which usually means no one should.

The members of Don’t Get Mad aren’t mad anymore … they’re afraid. And with Margot in a coma and Bree stuck in juvie, it’s up to Olivia and Kitty to try to catch their deadly tormentor. But just as the girls are about to go on the offensive, Ed the Head reveals a shocking secret that turns all their theories upside down. The killer could be anyone, and this time he – or she – is our for more than just revenge. The girls desperately try to discover the killer’s identity as their peronal lives are falling apart: Donte is pulling away from Kitty and seems to be hiding a secret of his own. Bree is under house arrest, and Olivia’s mother is on an emotional downward spiral. The killer is closing in, the threats are becoming more personal, and when the police refuse to listen, the girls have no choice but to confront their anonymous friend … or die trying.