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by Kate Brian

The drama follows her wherever she goes: Ariana Osgood’s reign continues in this Private series spin-off.After escaping from the Brenda T. Trumball Correctional Facility for Women and stealing the identity of rich socialite, Ariana Osgood finally thought she was on the path she always believed she deserved. But her past caught up with her and is blackmailing her right back to her old ways. Everything she wants seems further out of reach. The Privilege series continues with all the suspense, romance, drama and, wherever Ariana is concerned, murder.
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ISBN: 1442407867
ISBN13: 978-1442407862
Category: Teen
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Author: Kate Brian
Language: English
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers; First Edition edition (October 5, 2010)
Pages: 191 pages
ePUB size: 1449 kb
FB2 size: 1362 kb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 997
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In the latest book in Privilege series, Ariana thinks that her troubles are over since Kaitlynn is finally out of her life, she`s finally been initiated in Stone and Grave, and Briana Leigh`s grandmother has died, making her inherit the wealth that she was once so used to. However, she didn't count on Lexie, who helped her cover up her latest crime, to act so guilty about it. Lexie starts to act like Lady Macbeth throughout the book making her friends wonder what is wrong with her. She also starts to like another guy besides her predictable boyfriend Palmer, which kind of reminds me of the plot of the Private prequel Last Christmas. Also, Ariana has a bit of a breakdown herself upon learning that Reed is at Georgetown University which is not far from where she's in school.
Overall, this book was okay. The series is still really good and I'm kind of wondering where it will go from here. It's kind of fake how she inherited the money even though she's 16, even if she was the sole heiress, by law she would still have to wait until her 18th birthday. How convient it was that Briana Leigh's grandmother didn't have a furneral and therefore she didn't have to go through someone not knowing she's not Briana Leigh? Also isn't it a little weird that NONE of Briana Leigh's relatives called or came to see how she was? There are some plot holes in the book though. Like when Lexie calls out the name Kaitlynn even though she didn't know Kaitlynn by that name, and when it was mentioned that Ariana's father visited her several times in prison but in the first book it's stated that her dad didn't visit her once. I wonder if the author remembers what she wrote but it's understandable that she will forget some small details since she is writing three different book series right now. Anyway like I said, this book is a good addition to the series and judging by the ending where it seems like Ariana has finally went nuts, it seems like it's going to be the beginning of the end of her but of course she's going to find some way out of it. I can't wait to see what though!

Grade: B
It is a great series with a great story line. I really like all the characters and how it is written. The only thing is that the ending was a little disappointing and It left me wanting to know more but, I really like this series and it was a good buy
I finished this book in a matter of hours! Kate Brian isn't super consistent with her details(sometimes the characters in her books change eye/hair colors, etc) but her storylines are great. It's a good read if you are already hooked on the series and don't mind character inconsistencies.
It's so easy
i love this series they are always soo entetaining as it says there are a few holes in he book but it doesnt put a dent in the perfection shes making me like reading.