A review by katlikespie
Dead Little Mean Girl by Eva Darrows


"Quinn Littleton was a mean girl - a skinny blonde social terrorist in stilettos. She was everything Emma MacLaren hated. Until she died."

After Emma's parents got divorced, her mother found solace in a local divorce support group. Solace, and love - and now her mom's new girlfriend Karen is moving in with Emma and her mom, and so is Karen's daughter, the incredibly bitchy Barbie-doll-esque Quinn, who takes over the school and rules it with a perfectly-manicured fist. Until, that is, she dies.

This book didn't go exactly where I expected it to (though looking back, I'm not exactly why that is), but I enjoyed it. Emma is a relatable character going through some interesting times, just trying to live her life. Quinn is... mean. Evil maybe. But maybe there's a reason for it all?