Sweet 16 to Life

Sweet 16 to Life

by Kimberly Reid
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Sweet 16 to Life by Kimberly Reid

Thanks to skills learned from her undercover-cop mom, Chanti Evans has saved lives and exposed lies at her exclusive private school. But taking down Langdon Prepsters is one thing. Does she have what it takes to go up against hardcore criminals?

After a semester with Langdon's most rich and snobby, Chanti knows all too well that trust is tough to find and keep. So when her old hood friend, MJ, turns to her for help, Chanti is determined to protect her from vengeful gang member Lux. But that means mending fences with her irresistible ex-boyfriend, Marco, and enlisting his very reluctant assistance. And when Lux suddenly vanishes, Chanti and MJ become prime suspects. Now to clear their names, she must uncover secrets that will strike much too close to home, putting her place at Langdon--and her future--on the line. . .

"Watch out Nancy Drew. . .Chanti Evans from the 'hood is the hot new sleuth in town!" --Simone Elkeles, New York Times bestselling author

"Chanti will show why you keep your friends close and your frenemies closer." --Ni-Ni Simone on My Own Worst Frenemy

"Chanti is smart and funny. . .a welcome addition to the world of teen mysteries." --Kirkus

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780758286079
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 01/29/2013
Series: Langdon Prep , #3
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 240
File size: 814 KB
Age Range: 14 Years

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Sweet 16 to Life 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Jasmyn9 More than 1 year ago
As a lover of Nancy Drew and The Hardy Boys, the concept of this book really appealed to me.  However, it fell a bit short in my opinion.  Chanti was a little too hard and unafraid.  I wanted to see a softer side to her.  While the author may have tried to show that with her interactions with Marcus, it didn't come across as much more than a high school crush. The mystery aspect was great.  Lots of clues to help the reader put things together, and Chanti wasn't a know it all that could solve everything on her own.  There were things she didn't catch on to until someone else pointed them out which gave the story a little more realism.   Not a bad story, perhaps the others in the series show a different side the the characters that I just didn't pick up on in this volume.