Book Review: The Dazzling Heights by Katharine McGee (Book 2)

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Genre: Fiction

Age Recommended: 16 and up

Okay so I made a mistake and read this book (the second book in the series) before the first, but that’s okay; this book was incredible by itself. It was the perfect mix of romance, mystery, and drama and had enough punch for a whole series. The ending was extremely abrupt, but I think that it provided a nice shock to the reader after a few slow chapters near the climax. I also think this author wrote one of the best prologues I’ve ever read; it definitely hooked the reader and made total sense after the end of the book.


Lena has a secret.

Eris is dead and everyone thinks that it was an accident that she fell off of the thousandth floor. But someone knows that it wasn’t and now Lena, who has always been a master blackmailer, is in a position to be blackmailed and she doesn’t know how she can handle it. Her best friend Avery won’t even speak to her and the highest circles of the city are falling apart.

Avery is in love with her adopted brother.

After Eris’s death, they fell together but must hide their relationship from their parents and everyone else who wants to ruin them. But after Avery’s father plans to send her brother to Dubai in an effort to keep him away from her, she finds that the only good thing in her life is falling apart too.

Calliope is a con girl.

She’s been traveling with her mother around the world, pretending to be rich and and conning people out of their money, but when her arrival in New York leads her to meet people she’s conned before, her cover might be blown. Especially when her new target is the one boy she could never have: Avery’s brother.

What will happen when these three girls collide?

If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: The Dazzling Heights (Thousandth Floor)

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