The liars struggle to hold it together and keep A quiet, but secrets are like a SCRAM bracelet—ugly and hard to hide. Aria's family is disintegrating, and as if that's not enough, she's torn between two equally hot guys.
Hanna struggles to make her fellow Queen Bee, Mona's birthday party the most talked about Super Sweet Seventeen in Rosewood history—because if it's not, all anyone will remember is that Hanna used to be popular. Emily is feeling like an abnormal girl with tragically flawed parents . . . and the one person who accepts her could turn everyone else against her. And Spencer? She's a chronic boyfriend stealer, but she's never been a cheater—until now. Slip into your Zac Posen dress and get ready for a wild ride, because Perfect is an exclusive party that you won't want to miss
Sara Shepard sure knows how to write a series. Every book in the Pretty Little Liars series has been extremely addicting so far. I do not know how she does it, but Sara Shepard provides so many twists and turns and little details that somehow always add up. I do not know how she keeps everything straight!
In the third book in the series, Perfect, 'A' definitely messes with the girls' lives more than ever. Aria gets kicked out of the house because of 'A,' Spencer wins a prize for cheating, Hanna is losing her popularity, and Emily's parents do not accept her. There is so much suspense and drama in this book! We still do not find out who 'A' is, which is kind of disappointing but the ending distracted me from that little detail.
The ending was a HUGE cliffhanger, and there were many questions left unanswered. I was so happy I had the next book on hand to start reading as soon as I finished because I would not have been happy otherwise. I NEEDED to know what happened.
Books in the Pretty Little Liars series:
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