Exposing Kitty Langley

Exposing Kitty Langley A Charity Series Novella or a Stand aloneFor almost four years Kitty Langley has been part of a mean girls group called the Bee Hives the most hated and feared girls at West Windrake High That is u

  • Title: Exposing Kitty Langley
  • Author: DeAnna Kinney
  • ISBN: 9781481900560
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Charity Series Novella, or a Stand aloneFor almost four years, Kitty Langley has been part of a mean girls group called the Bee Hives, the most hated and feared girls at West Windrake High That is until she witnesses their relentless attack on her former childhood friend Making a drastic decision, she takes a stand against the dreaded B s and thus becomes their new eA Charity Series Novella, or a Stand aloneFor almost four years, Kitty Langley has been part of a mean girls group called the Bee Hives, the most hated and feared girls at West Windrake High That is until she witnesses their relentless attack on her former childhood friend Making a drastic decision, she takes a stand against the dreaded B s and thus becomes their new enemy and number one target Now an outcast, not only of the B s but of the entire school, she will have to pull from her inner strength as she prepares for the persecution she will face in the name of revenge.Reed Reynolds is not looking for trouble He just wants to get through his senior year and work on his music in peace But when he mistakenly kisses Kitty Langley at their annual Masquerade Dance, he is both appalled and intrigued, never having experienced a kiss so powerful Reed soon finds himself drawn in by this new Kitty and her tolerance for her so called deserved punishment But will he endanger himself to defend her against the B s and the entire school in the name of honor or importantly, in the name of love

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    1. What a wonderful story. Not only is there a giggly school girl romance but Kinney tackles the ever-present issue of schoolyard bullying in this novella. Kitty, who at one time was one of the “mean girls” walked into school one morning and decided to stand up to her so-called friends. After that, she became the victim, not only to the bullies, but also to every other student whom she had hurt in the past. After an unexpected and—awkward—first meeting, Reed, the knight in shining armor (wh [...]

    2. I am so thrilled to finally have Exposing Kitty Langley published. I have worked on it off and on for so long that I was beginning to wonder if it would ever get finished. I adore this couple, Kitty and Reed, and I was especially excited about bringing back Charity and Levi. I really hope you enjoy this story. Well, I'm off to work on the next installment in the Charity Series. I think I've left the wolf pack alone too long.

    3. The brutal reality of the saying, "What goes around, comes around," hits home when a teen girl, once part of a pretty nasty and mean clique at school finds herself on the wrong end of being bullied, humiliated, beaten and outcast.There was a time when Kitty Langley was part of a girl's group called the Bee Hives, until she stood against them to help a former friend. What she endured after should never happen to anyone, EVER and now she knows how awful she had been to others. Help came from an un [...]

    4. This is a moving, young adult story about devoted friendship, love, betrayal, and loyalty.Kitty Langley is a bully. She is one of the most hated girls at West Windrake High, and is an exclusive group called the Bee Hives, or the B’s. They’re the mean girls. No one messes with them unless they want trouble. Bunnie Stevens, is the head B, and the most feared girl in school. When Kitty butts heads with her defending her friend’s honor, drastic things happen. Kitty is kicked out of the group a [...]

    5. First, I want to thank DeAnna for giving me this book in exchange for an honest review.The cover is beautiful, like all the books by DeAnna Kinney.This book deals with bullying in high school and how everyone should stand united to fight against it.This book is set in West Windrake High, where Levi and Charity (from Charity Moon series) completed their high school. Kitty Langley, member of mean-girl-gang Bee Hives was very mean before the fight involving her former BFF takes place. She leaves th [...]

    6. First of all I would like to thank De Anna for sending me Exposing Kitty Langley pre-released in exchange for a honest review. This novella was amazing and in such a short story each character was developed perfectly. Exposing Kitty Langley tackles the huge issue of bullying and De Anna does not disappoint. Kitty and Reed are the two main characters and it was great reading from both of their points of view. Kitty’s character develops and changes throughout the novella and is a strong and lova [...]

    7. Review also appears on my blogARC Review!!! This novella was a cute read but it had so much character and the heroine faced real problems. Kitty Langley made some mistakes she once was the mean girl everybody hates but she decided to change for the better. She left the B's and wants nothing to do with them. But, no one just gets away with leaving the B's. I loved Kitty and I felt so bad for her. She believed that she deserved what was happening to her. Getting pushed down the stairs, beaten, jus [...]

    8. I recieved this Arc free from the author in exchange for an honest review.Reading this book was my pleasure. I love DeAnna Kinney's writing style. This book was a quick and easy read but with a strong message. I found a lot of truth to the story because tons of people deal with bullying on an everyday basis. I found this to be a pretty severe case of bullying, where the bullies not only physically bullied Kitty, but also mentally and psychologically. I just feel like so many readers would relate [...]

    9. I was given an ARC of this book in exchange for my honest review.Exposing Kitty Langley is the story of a girl named Kitty who was a bully, when she sees a child hood friend being bullied by the leader of the Bee Hives; she takes a stand and her life changes. She no longer has the protection of the other bullies and everyone she hurt is ready to take their revenge. Reed Reynolds is a shy boy who just wants to go to school and write his music. When he looses a bet to a friend and accidentally end [...]

    10. This novella was one of the biggest and welcoming surprises that I have read in awhile. I am having great luck with all these Young Adult/ New Adult books I have been reading. Not only did it really touch on the bully element in schools in a raw and violent sort of way. It also showed how fickle that teenagers can be. When faced with all the elements that the characters were it came off as very real and very heart breaking for me. The romance that was embedded in the story made me smile. It deve [...]

    11. First I want to thank DeAnna for letting me read this early for a review. I just want to say that bullying someone is one of the most horrible things a person can do. After saying that, DeAnna wrote a wonderful book talking about bullying and how a person survived it. She was able to show the horrible, painful, and heartbreaking effects it has on a person, but also show how the person being bullied can be free, love life, and still find someone to love. The main character Kitty has done some awf [...]

    12. I was asked to review this book by the Author which i was happy to do so, because i have loved all her books. When i received this book i was in the middle of another one but i actually took a break from that book to read this one. I was not disappointed. This book is great. Its about bullying and standing up for yourself. This book has a great love story between two people who found love when they least expected to. The story of Kitty Langley was so touching and i cried in more then one part. S [...]

    13. First of all I want to the author DeAnna Kinney for giving me an ARC of this book.This book started with Kitty defending her old friend from bullying by a part of team she was herself a part of . Seeing from outside and to be done on somebody you knew gave her something else to think and opened her eyes to what she was becoming. A monster. Reed is a guy who is shy and quiet but circumstances make him support Kitty because somehow he saw the true face of the girl when he first met her. That Kiss [...]

    14. This was an interesting angle to use when writing about bullying. I thought this book was different, important and also fun to read. I can see how a teen could really relate to this book. Even I, as an adult was able to relate to the main character as I went through some of the same things when I was in high school. I liked that the author used the main character as both the villain and the hero at times and thought the expressions she used to convey her point really fleshed out the character an [...]

    15. I hated that this novella made feel sorry for a bully. Of all the subjects Kinney could have chosen for her story, this seems the among the most contemptible. With no context, the quote unquote heroine of the piece suddenly decides she doesn't want to be a bully any more. Her fellow bullies and most of the rest of the student body decide to make her life hell. And you do feel sympathy for her. You can't help it! And, frankly, I have no desire to feel any form of sympathy for bullies. Even ones w [...]

    16. This was a charming novella, with a really good message, about how much a person can take until they fight back, and stand up for themselves. Kitty used to be a mean girl, but after standing up to her peers, was suddenly on the other side, being bullied by her former friends and everyone she’s ever hurt in the past. All it takes is one person to make a difference, and in this story it was Reed. He was a sweet and caring character that stuck his neck out for someone he didn’t know. We need mo [...]

    17. Another success for DeAnna Kinney!Exposing Kitty Langely centers on Kitty (as the title suggests) and Reed. Kitty is the mean girl, but when she has a fallout with her "mean girl" crowd no one likes herexceptmaybeReed. Reed is the adorable guy who shocks all the girls by honestly not wanting to get involved with their drama. But he has to help out Kitty Just to throw it out there, Reed is awesome :)Exposing Kitty Langely is so great to read and really gets into a cool plot for being so short. It [...]

    18. This is a great high school romance about a girl named Kitty and a boy named Reed. Reed is a true knight in shining armor. He so wants to protect Kitty and slay any dragons that come against her. I loved them as a couple. If you are familiar with DeAnna Kinney's Charity series, than you will be happy to see a little bit of Levi and Charity. I highly recommend this book as well as DeAnna Kinney's Charity series!

    19. What a great freebie and stand alone! Exposing Kitty Langley by DeAnna Kinney is an excellent young adult read, this being my first to get me going into the series. I'm definitely hooked, if it is anything like this! I am really looking forward to reading more by this author. Amazeball book cover, and upbeat with lots of fast paced action, and sucker punches I didn't even forsee coming. This read is in your face.POW!.d I want more!

    20. First, isn’t the cover pretty? I love the purple mask and the gorgeous green eyes! This is a great, quick read with a strong message. I would recommend it to teenagers, especially anyone dealing with bullying. The bullying Kitty suffers is a pretty extreme case, but the fact that she stays so strong and eventually stands up for herself was pretty inspiring. I enjoyed it!

    21. I really enjoyed this book. It was a great, fast read and I love the chivalry shown by the main male character. Not enough of that in the everyday. I found it free for kindle and I'm glad I gave it a try. Now I want to read the Charity books by this author to know two of the characters back story :)

    22. It was an easy read. I completed this book in a day. The writing was smooth and story was well written.I loved how Kitty stood for herself when she was being abused by her schoolmates.I adored how Reed was amazing to Kitty knowing the things she did in her past. It was definitely a refreshing story. Thanks DeAnna for giving me a pre-release copy. :))

    23. So I would just like to start off saying WOW. If you have read any other of DeAnna Kinnly books I absolutely recommend this book. It's a wonderful read that has all you could hope for and more. If you read the description and think nah you are sooo missing out. Give it a try and after the first page you will be hooked! Amazing job on this book DeAnna good luck trying to top the next one!

    24. This story is great every girl deserves a guy like Reed. This is the perfect YA story. The relationship between Kitty and Reed was so sweet. I read this in one sitting, I wasn't able to put it down. The beehives show you what mean girls in high school are made of. This story flowed perfectly and was very well written.

    25. I think some people could learn a thing or two from this book. Being the mean girl is Never the best option it will usually bite you in the butt I have to say though this book was better then I honestly thought it would be. I would re-read this book immediatly if I didnt want to read the last book in the Charity Series

    26. I thought that this was an adorable story. I loved the theme of overcoming adversity. (view spoiler)[ Pretending to be her boyfriend, come on, how long could that really last, they both wanted to be together so badly, it was bound to happen. (hide spoiler)] This was a beautifully written story and I hope that it inspires people to stand up to those who bully them.

    27. I felt like this was a bittersweet story and I cried at the way Kitty was being treated and how brave she tried to handle it all.I highly recommend this story especially if you love the whole friendship/romance/savior dynamic because without a doubt that is Kitty and Reed relationship.

    28. Bullying is a serious problem facing our young people. It is an issue dear to my heart. This story is a powerful one and one every teen should read. Spread the word and let's make a difference. Oh, and Reed is pretty amazing too.

    29. Wow - girls are brutal. So glad that happiness and love conquered the ugliness in this book! Would recommend to friends and would like to read more by this author.

    30. On occasion I am one of those people who 'Judges a book by It's cover', when I'm browsing Kindle. Thankfully this books cover caught my eye, I love the cover how subtle it is with only the head shot of a young girl with short brown hair, a stunning purple mask and the greenest eyes I have ever seen. The characters in this story are amazing and I love how they change throughout the story. I do like the journey Kitty Langley goes on and how the only person who seems to want to help her is Reed an [...]

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