Genre: Chick Lit, Drama,
Always over shadowed by her six siblings and her fab friends, Clawdeen plans to finally strut her stuff in the spotlight at her upcoming Sassy Sixteen bash. But then The Ghoul Next Door video goes viral, and it's into the woods for the family Wolf. Clawdeen goes stir-crazy hiding out at her family's B&B with her annoying brothers until Lala shows up to keep her company. But is the vamp flirting with Claude?
Frankie can't believe that Brett betrayed her. Just when she thought she had sparked a new romance, it seems to have fizzled out. Still, Frankie is charged up and ready to fight for her rights. She refuses to run for the hills, and since her face isn't shown in the video, she can afford to stay in Salem. Who's with her?...Hello? Anyone still here?
Melody wants to help put the smackdown on Bekka's Monster Home Tours, but she's kinda busy trying to get the truth out of her parents and keep Ms. J from sending Jackson into hiding. As she struggles to walk the line between normie and RAD, she starts to realize that people are actually listening to what she says--even Candace! Is Melody's newfound voice here to stay?
I enjoyed this book a lot more than the first one and the second one. In this book Frankie was less annoying (but still annoying), I loved Melody just as I did before but I absolutely adored Clawdeen. Of course she was very irrational and rash but I loved her all the same. She was funny and had a lot of sass. I really admired Melody and how she never gave up. There's not much that I can really say about this book, I enjoyed it very much and I'm sad that the series will end after one more book. Needless to say I'm very excited about it--especially since Lala (my favourite) will be a main character!
Likes: Clawdeen, Melody, Lala, Claude, Billy, Candace.
Dislikes: Frankie, Brett, Bekka.