by Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan
Spoiled is a great, quick read. It is Cocks and Morgan's first YA book. It follows the lives of stepsisters Molly and Brooke. Molly moves to her famous father's home in LA after the death of her mother. Brooke and Molly, counter to what their father Brick had hoped, are anything but fast friends or loving sisters. However, as Molly adjusts to celebrity life, a new school, and a distant father, the girls realize that not only is sabotaging each other not a good idea, but they may even have things in common!
I would describe this book as pink cotton candy. Not exactly filling, but it definitely satisfies a sweet tooth. And what could be sweeter then sisters hating on each other, boy drama, and lots of shopping? On the other hand, cotton candy is not really something you want all the time, more of a guilty pleasure, or a break from heavier literature.
If you're in the box I would put this as a 3.5 or 4. If you like Meg Cabot, this is a good choice.