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Willa’s secret plan seems all too simple: take from the rich kids at Valley Prep and give to the poor ones.Praise for Pretty Crooked:
Yet Willa’s turn as Robin Hood at her ultra-exclusive high school is anything but. Bilking her “friends”-known to everyone as the Glitterati-without them suspecting a thing, is far from easy. Learning how to pick pockets and break into lockers is as difficult as she’d thought it’d be. Delivering care packages to the scholarship girls, who are ostracized just for being from the “wrong” side of town, is way more fun than she’d expected.
The complication Willa didn’t expect, though, is Aidan Murphy, Valley Prep’s most notorious (and gorgeous) ace-degenerate. His mere existence is distracting Willa from what matters most to her-evening the social playing field between the have and have-nots. There’s no time for crushes and flirting with boys, especially conceited and obnoxious trust-funders like Aidan.
But when the cops start investigating the string of burglaries at Valley Prep and the Glitterati begin to seek revenge, could he wind up being the person that Willa trusts most?
If you're looking for a fun, fast paced read I'd recommend checking out Pretty Crooked. -Mundie Moms
In the end, Pretty Crooked was creative and entertaining, sucking me in until I finished the last page, easily becoming one of my new favorites. -Cheyenne from Goodreads
I think Elisa did an amazing job with this story and although what Willa did is considered doing something wrong, I can picture myself getting as upset as Willa and doing exactly what she did!! This is a perfect read for all high school students and just anyone who likes reading. I highly recommend this book to Everyone!!! -Once Upon a Twilight
To be honest, I didn't believe I would like this book. I'm not too familiar with Robing Hood and the book jacket convinced me I was going to be reading about some girl named Willa who adores some boy named Aidan, and she's a thief who magically gives to the poor. I wasn't sure how Willa would be giving people things without telling how she got them. But that teaches me to also not judge a book by its jacket. I wound up really enjoying Pretty Crooked. -Diana from GoodreadsTo learn more about Pretty Crooked and Elisa Ludwig, stalk the author on:
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