because this copykitten is far more naughty than nice.Still refusing to swear, her euphemisms provide constant entertainment throughout, no matter the situation.As the plot progresses, tensions amp up significantly, coming to a bigger climax than seen in The Naughty List.The outcome, while predictable to an astute reader who is willing to piece things together, is shocking and fantastic.
There was more spying action, both by the Smitten Kittens and the “copy-Kitten”, and a lot of excitement and drama.
Despite this, even the most betraying character has reasons- and Young does a phenomenal job bringing sympathy across the board.
The mental voice rings through strongly, giving the reader the same bold connection to Tessa forged in The Naughty List.
She had to quit cheerleading, break up with Aiden, I was beyond excited when I found So Many Boys at a Books A Million while I was on vacation, and finished it in the same day I bought it :) The exciting plot lines and likable characters of the first book all returned in So Many Boys, making it another fun filled and great read. In the beginning of the novel, she was still recovering from the trauma and craziness of The Naughty List and I really felt for her.
She had to quit cheerleading, break up with Aiden, and abandon SOS.