Inebriated by Katey Taylor

Reviewed by diane lawton

Katey knows how to write a gripping story about teenage student frolics. It takes place through one summer with her best friends. They manage to tap into some of the hot San Francisco's party scenes in their revealing pretty dresses. They forge documents with fake IDs that belie their age and quickly have access to too much alcohol and troublesome boys

Cait is quickly besotted by a new boyfriend who introduces her to the heart-breaking world of liquor and lust and its resulting repercussions.

As her partying lifestyle spirals out of control with her pranks and reckless living, it takes a toll on Cait and all those she once loved.

Can she face up to the consequences of her behavior as she cascades into an adult world she is not ready for? Will one summer’s booze on the loose, and boys galore, destroy her, or make her? A gripping read.

 

I received a complimentary copy of this book through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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