The Lipstick Laws by Amy Holder

The Lipstick Laws
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At Penford High School, Britney Taylor is the queen bee. She dates whomever she likes, rules over her inner circle of friends like Genghis Khan, and can ruin anyone's life with a snap of perfectly manicured fingers. Just ask the unfortunate few who have crossed her.   For April Bowers, Britney is also the answer to her prayers. April is so unpopular, kids don't even know she exists. But one lunch spent at Britney's table, and April is basking in the glow of popularity.   But Britney's friendship comes with a high price tag. How much is April willing to pay?
After finishing this book I realized that Britney and April could have been twins separated at birth. I felt that April was more immature than Britney through most of the novel. I have read a lot of reviews so far on this one calling it similar to Mean Girls and I really agree. Where the "good girls" are not any better than the "bad girls" just trying to show up one another with prank after prank. Most pranks being really hurtful and each side responsible for bullying the other.
Whomever walks into a situation where you have to pass tests to become a member of a group. A Group that has taken the time to write down "laws" of what it takes to pass as a "friend" than you know something has to go wrong.
It was a fast paced read, full of superficial, hypocritical mean girls trying to get more popularity than the other.