Don’t get mad, get even!
In the small town of Ranburne, high school football rules and the players are treated like kings. How they treat the girls they go to school with? That’s a completely different story. Liv, Peyton, Melanie Jane, and Ana each have their own reason for wanting to teach the team a lesson—but it’s only when circumstances bring them together that they come up with the plan to steal the one thing the boys hold sacred. All they have to do is beat them at their own game.
My Thoughts 4.5 Stars
I rated this book 4.5 instead of a 5 solely because of this issue. I didn’t like the way the “church” people were portrayed. Two of the main characters, Melanie Jane and Peyton are regular church goers but the experiences they go through at church or with other “church people” are quite horrible. As someone who regularly goes to church I was uncomfortable reading these scenes because people from my church would not behave in this fashion or make the girls feel like such crap. I am sure there are people who claim religion and are terrible people, but I know so many fantastic people who love God and wouldn’t act this way.