Cass McBride is worse than Massie or Blair could ever be. Living in the constant shadow of her highly-succesful and yet socially-inept father, Cass is the picture of high-school perfection. She'll do - and does - anything to be as popular as humanly possible. Until she's kidnapped and buried alive, of course.
Brought on by Kyle, her kidnapper's brother's suicide, Cass has to talk her way out of a situation that - unlike most of her controlled life - has a slim-to-none possibility of ending up how she'd like.
Told in the changing POVS (third-person of the police officers, Cass', Kyle's), this book is un-put-downable. Cass kept me up all night. Amazing.
Total: Four stars; Yet again, I really disliked Cass.
If you liked this, check out:
Sean Olin's Killing Britney.