Busted review

busted

352 pages
Published January 2nd 2018 by Sourcebooks Fire
This book had everything I was looking for.  It’s filled with drama, romance, betrayal, humor-everything you need if you’re looking to break from the monotony.
I couldn’t put it down.
This is a story about Marisa who accidentally finds her best friend’s boyfriend cheating on her and hesitantly decides to make a business out of catching cheaters. She then falls for one of the accused and finds herself spiraling down a tangled web of lies.
Marisa was pretty cool in spite of making some mistakes which we’ve all done especially in high school…with hot boys… That being said, she didn’t take shit lying down and even stooped to her enemy’s levels which I didn’t find all that unnerving because, well, they deserved it. *shrug*
I liked the love interest, TJ. He’s the quiet, artistic type that all gals vie for and you say you don’t, you’re lying.  Marisa’s friends are also pretty bad-ass. I mean, someone who defends you when you’re being attacked if someone you want to keep around. That’s love, baby.
What I loved most if that every single person is called out on their actions and nobody gets by easy peasy. Overall, I loved it.