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[Elisa Ludwig] ✓ Pretty Wanted [labor PDF] Read Online ☆ One thing that I often dislike as a reader, is when you get hooked on a series and then it finishes, you know it has to finish but it s sad at the same time as you have to say Goodbye to those characters forever, unless you are a re reader which sadly I am not Reading the last book in the Pretty Crooked series, made me remember back when I picked up the first book on as it sounded like a fun read and readers, it has definitely been a heck of a ride with this series as in Book 1 it started off with Willa just being a modern day Robin Hood until the end of the book which saw her mother talking to an FBI agent In Book 2 readers were given a big twist when it turned out that Willa s mum was in fact her older sister, her mother had been murdered when she was a baby and Willa Fox isn t even her real name , not to mention that this set Willa along with best friends A What I liked I love being able to read an entire series in one go, because if one ends in a cliffhanger then I can immediately pick up the next one and continue on without having to wait sometimes a few years for the next book I m looking at you, Shadow Scale I have wait for you since I readSeraphina three years ago but at the same time, It s always a little nostalgic in a sense if I get attached to the characters And funnily enough, I got attached to Aiden and Willa through their crazy adventure that started in Pretty Sly and continued into this one I knew I liked Willa in the first book because I understood her motives and why she did what she did and cheered for her during her improvised escape at the end of Pretty Crooked But along the way, I found that Aiden and Willa are char Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss This was a really good end to the series, and in my opinion the best book in the trilogy.
I liked Willa in this, she still made some silly decisions, but she seemed a little mature, and thought about things a bit rather than acting quite so impulsively I think Aidan helped with this a bit though, as he seemed a little sensible in this book too.
The storyline in this was pretty good, and I liked that we got a bit of action I liked the mystery element, and I liked how it wasn t easy to find out what had really happened to Willa s mother There was a touch of romance, but not a lot, although the story didn t suffer for that.
The Find reviews at One thing that I often dislike as a reader, is when you get hooked on a series and then it finishes, you know it has to finish but it s sad at the same time as you have to say Goodbye to those characters forever, unless you are a re reader which sadly I am not Reading the last book in the Pretty Crooked series, made me remember back when I picked up the first book on as it sounded like a fun read and readers, it has definitely been a heck of a ride with this series as in Book 1 it started off with Willa just being a modern day Robin Hood until the end of the book which saw her mother talking to an FBI agent In Book 2 readers were given a big twist when it turned out that Willa s mum was in fact her older sister, her mother had been murdered when she was a baby and Willa Fox isn t even her real name , not to mention that this set Willa along with best friends A What I liked I love being able to read an entire series in one go, because if one ends in a cliffhanger then I can immediately pick up the next one and continue on without having to wait sometimes a few years for the next book I m looking at you, Shadow Scale I have wait for you since I readSeraphina three years ago but at the same time, It s always a little nostalgic in a sense if I get attached to the characters And funnily enough, I got attached to Aiden and Willa through their crazy adventure that started in Pretty Sly and continued into this one I knew I liked Willa in the first book because I understood her motives and why she did what she did and cheered for her during her improvised escape at the end of Pretty Crooked But along the way, I found that Aiden and Willa are char Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss This was a really good end to the series, and in my opinion the best book in the trilogy.
I liked Willa in this, she still made some silly decisions, but she seemed a little mature, and thought about things a bit rather than acting quite so impulsively I think Aidan helped with this a bit though, as he seemed a little sensible in this book too.
The storyline in this was pretty good, and I liked that we got a bit of action I liked the mystery element, and I liked how it wasn t easy to find out what had really happened to Willa s mother There was a touch of romance, but not a lot, although the story didn t suffer for that.
The Find reviews at Man, I didn t love the first two books in this series, but revisiting it for the third really shows how this series kind of slowed into a mishmash of overly familiar plotting and the tire Bonnie and Clyde thing Given the struggles with the first two I had, throwing in the towel on book 3 made sense for me even if Elisa Ludwig is forging her own interesting path in the greater YA genre.
Hands down, in my opinion, Pretty Wanted is the best in the trilogy The puzzle was complete, things made sense, Willa has grown to mature young adult and did the unexpected It was a good ending to the series.
We learned in Pretty Sly, Willa s mother is actually her older sister She learns her mother has been murdered Even though she is in trouble with the law, she wants to uncover the truth of her past and takes a journey to reveal the truth Pretty Wanted is this journey.
I was pleased with the ending I liked the decision Willa made She is usually careless But as she learns of the truth, this made her wise She started to act like a mature young lady What I liked most is she did not stop until everything Willa S String Of Good Hearted But Ill Conceived Thefts At Her Former High School Catapulted Her Into A Life She Hardly Knows She Became A Cult Hero, But Soon Afterward, Her Mom Disappeared, Leaving Only A Cryptic Message When Willa Hit The California Highway To Find Her, She Discovered A Dark Family Secret Joanne Fox Is Not Who She Says She Is And Neither Is Willa Now, Willa And Fellow Trouble Maker Aidan Must Race To St Louis, Missouri, Willa S Birthplace There, They Hope To Find Answers About Willa S Past But Uncovering The Truth Requires Solving A Decades Old Murder CaseUnfortunately, The Perps Are Still Out There And Willing To Do Whatever It Takes To Keep The Case Cold With Willa S Face On The Nightly News And The Police Hot On Her Trail, It Might Not Matter That Aidan And Her Friend Tre Are There To Help Willa S Only Hope Is To Find The Truth Before It Finds Her First Great end to a fun trilogy Loved these books.
Why do 90% of the characters in these books seem to be morally corrupt Also, Aidan is an asshole.
Finally finished this series It was OK There were some exciting moments, also dull moments But overall, it was an OK book.



Hands down, in my opinion, Pretty Wanted is the best in the trilogy The puzzle was complete, things made sense, Willa has grown to mature young adult and did the unexpected It was a good ending to the series.
We learned in Pretty Sly, Willa s mother is actually her older sister She learns her mother has been murdered Even though she is in trouble with the law, she wants to uncover the truth of her past and takes a journey to reveal the truth Pretty Wanted is this journey.
I was pleased with the ending I liked the decision Willa made She is usually careless But as she learns of the truth, this made her wise She started to act like a mature young lady What I liked most is she did not stop until everything Man, I didn t love the first two books in this series, but revisiting it for the third really shows how this series kind of slowed into a mishmash of overly familiar plotting and the tire Bonnie and Clyde thing Given the struggles with the first two I had, throwing in the towel on book 3 made sense for me even if Elisa Ludwig is forging her own interesting path in the greater YA genre.
Great end to a fun trilogy Loved these books.
Why do 90% of the characters in these books seem to be morally corrupt Also, Aidan is an asshole.
Finally finished this series It was OK There were some exciting moments, also dull moments But overall, it was an OK book.

I m the author of the PRETTY CROOKED trilogy HarperCollins and COIN HEIST Adaptive , now a Netflix Original film starring Sasha Pieterse My story About You Now is featured in the forthcoming anthology BEHIND THE SONG Sourcebooks Visit me at elisaludwig.com, ElisaLudwigYA and