|“||They're sweet... but deadly.||”|
— Quote of the Book
The Good Girls is the second and final book in The Perfectionists duology, written by Sara Shepard. The five girls' story continues as they reel in from the shocking cliffhanger, the latest move of the killer who framed them simply for fantasizing about the murder that happened and started it all.
Back Cover Summary
In Beacon Heights, Washington, five perfect girls have done some not-so-perfect things...
High school seniors Mackenzie, Ava, Julie, Parker, and Caitlin have been accused of murder—a murder they didn’t commit. Sure, they talked about killing rich bully Nolan Hotchkiss, but it’s just a coincidence that Nolan died in exactly the way they planned... right?
Except Nolan wasn’t the only enemy they mentioned that day. Each girl named someone else, someone she wished would just... disappear. They never meant for anyone to get hurt, but when someone else on their list dies, the girls wonder: Are they being framed? Or are they about to become the killer’s next targets?
In Detail Summary
- This is the final book in The Perfectionists series according to Sara Shepard. While the possibility of a third novel isn't out of the question, she liked the idea of a two-book series.