Some of these I read a while ago, so if I leave off big points, or small points, or any points--just don't harrass me, okay? I'm a loser at these review things, but I have raging impulses to make them. Tis the life of a teenager. Or maybe just me. Whatever.
On an unrelated note, school is already kicking my booty. Onward!
The Naughty List (by Suzanne Young)
When I first started reading this one, I won't lie, I was a tad skeptical. The first two pages are letters and a list, and you really have no idea what they're for. And then you're thrown right into one of the SOS missions. SOS is the group that the Smitten Kittens, the cheerleading squad, created that's main focus is to track down and investigate if boys are cheating. Girls will text in who they need to know is cheating, and then the Smitten Kittens--SOS--will, well, basically they spy. After the first chapter you start to catch up, but it's a bit jarring and confusing at the start. Other than that I loved it. I don't think the plot really started until further into the book, which made it slow at times, but it kept me entertained and it's filled with a lot of humor. Especially Tessa, the main character, and how she shows she's surprised. She refuses to cuss, she tries to make sure the whole squad are quite the ladies so the school doesn't think badly of them, and so instead of saying curse words, she'll randomly exclaim things like "Sugerplum fairies!" and "Candycanes and unicorns!" and "Napa Valley!" Needless to say, it kept me smiling.