Platinum

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Random House Australia, 2007 - Extrasensory perception - 211 pages
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"Among the Goldens at Emory high, Lilah Covington is Platinum - the hottest of the hot. She's popular, beautiful, and much smarter than she looks. But most importantly to Lilah, she's in complete control of her own destiny - if only someone would tell that to the mysterious ghost boy roaming the halls. Ever since Lissy and Lexie James arrived in town, Lilah's perfect world has been coming unhinged. No-one else can see the ghost who's trailing her around campus, and - forget the rumour mill - her memories have her more sidetracked than any gossip could. It looks as if the James family legacy of supernatural sight might be contagious. And to make matters worse, mutiny is brewing among the Goldens, and if Lilah isn't careful, she may just lose her top-tier boyfriend to her second-in-command. Lilah knows the rules better than anyone, but between her newfound visions, an absolutely fatal attraction to a boy who isn't real, and the threat of a supernatural enemy with a sting deadlier than any Queen Bee, it's going to take everything Lilah has to stay on top at Emory. And to prove once and for all that - highlights and high heels aside - those who make the rules are the only ones who can break them." -- Publisher.
 

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In the sequel to Golden, we hear the story of Lilah Covington, the Platinum queen of the Goldens. She doesn’t like Lissy, but can’t seem to help, well, helping her. But Lilah is in for a big surprise ... Read full review

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Section 1
1
Section 2
5
Section 3
19
Section 4
31
Section 5
38
Section 6
50
Section 7
58
Section 8
69
Section 13
118
Section 14
129
Section 15
138
Section 16
150
Section 17
164
Section 18
172
Section 19
182
Section 20
196

Section 9
77
Section 10
87
Section 11
98
Section 12
108
Section 21
206
Section 22
212
Section 23
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