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Publisher's Summary

Pretty Little Liars meets People like Us in this taut, tense thriller about two teens who find their lives intertwined when an anonymous texter threatens to spill their secrets and uproot their lives.

PRIVATE NUMBER: Wouldn't you look better without a cheater on your arm?

AMANDA: Who is this?

The daughter of small-town social climbers, Amanda Kelly is deeply invested in her boyfriend, real estate heir Carter Shaw. He's kind, ambitious, the town golden boy - but he's far from perfect. Because behind Amanda's back, Carter is also dating Rosalie. 

PRIVATE NUMBER: I'm watching you, sweetheart.

ROSALIE: Who IS this?

Rosalie Bell is fighting to remain true to herself and her girlfriend - while concealing her identity from her Christian fundamentalist parents. After years spent in and out of conversion "therapy", her own safety is her top priority. But maintaining a fake straight relationship is killing her from the inside. 

When an anonymous texter ropes Amanda and Rosalie into a bid to take Carter down, the girls become collateral damage - and unlikely allies in a fight to unmask their stalker before Private uproots their lives.

PRIVATE NUMBER: You shouldn't have ignored me. Now look what you made me do....

©2019 Kit Frick (P)2019 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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The ending was terrible

I should have known at the beginning that the story would be unreasonable. What parents of highschoolers plan for their children to be married one day to climb a social ladder? In addition to that the villain in the end was not logical in the least. You cannot have a character who is fine for an entire book and then make him crazy in the last chapter without good cause.

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MUST READ

This book is an amazing blend of suspense mixed with social injustices everyone should be aware of. I truly believe each person who reads this book with be touched in some profound way. That is to say, I wholeheartedly hope this to be true...

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I liked it but...

I truly enjoyed this book, but there was one scene in, if i remember correctly in chapter 22, where it got more details than I think was necessary between the sexual counter between Rosalie and her girlfriend. They are 17 years old in this book and I though i understand that it happens in high school relationships i don’t think it was necessary to hear the details, it’s easy enough to
imagine without them.
Other than that i really enjoyed the story. I watch Pretty Little Liars growing up and it was similar to a point but different enough where i didn’t feel like i was hearing the same story over again.
I liked how it took place in one a few weeks and how it was told in both perspectives!
Give it a shot! :)

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On the Edge of My Seat

I didn’t know I needed YA thriller as a genre in my life until Kit Frick came into my life.

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Great Book

It was not only a great book with a wonderful mystery story line but it was also informative, showing the burdens that parents put on their children to conform to their beliefs and practices.

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Meh. Not great, not terrible

It was free so I’m not mad at it but I wouldn’t read it again either.

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  • JN
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Enlightening

Spoiler Alert!!


The LGBTQ issues and the struggles of one character are heartbreaking. All I as a parent could think is this poor child just wants to be true to herself and is terrified. It was eye opening about the real problems some teens and young adults face when they come out. We as parents and adults have to do better about our responses to these kids. They need our love and support not judgement.

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A good listen

I enjoyed the story. The readers were really good and kept me entertained. I like hearing 2 different people reading for the main characters.

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Two teenage girls involved in different relationships with the same teenage boy.

When I first started listening to this book I thought I would just delete it. But as time went on I realized how involved I became in the lives of these two young girls. Amanda who appeared to have it all. Money, friends, nice house and a rich boyfriend. And Rosalie, who was poor, her parents belonged to a very strict church that had too many rules.

The end will enlighten you on the importance of acceptance of LBGT

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There is a twist!

I usually don't listen to YA novels, this one is enjoyable! The twist was really nice.

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  • FC51
  • 11-16-21

A highly original story with important issues

This is a brilliant book that should be listened to or read by all young people and tells the story of how two remarkable young women brake free of the restrictive social and religious controls placed on their lives. The subject matter, dealing with the severe restrictions placed on some young people - especially girls - by conservative social and religious groups, is never preachy but is presented in a highly original way. The novel is a mystery thriller told by the two main characters who have the most to loose, and to gain.

This novel opened my eyes to the destructive nature of conversion therapy techniques that are used by the religious right to and divide families and terrorise LGBTQ+ young people. It is great how, at the end of the book the author, Kit Frick, includes contact information for young people in the US and Canada to find the support they need. There is also information so US citizens can campaign for conversion therapy to be made uniformity illegal throughout the US.

It is a huge shame, however, that no help information has been made available for young people in other English speaking countries such as Australia, New Zealand and the UK, where the discussion about legally banning conversion therapy is only now beginning.

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  • Lisa Garrard
  • 11-01-21

A good story

I did not realise this book was aimed at teens when I began it. Enjoyable book and well narrated even if you are not in the target audience range.