Synopsis: When Chelsea Givens discovered that her ex-boyfriend Drew dumped her to be with her former best friend Lizzie, she'd never felt so betrayed in her life. Then her new friend Shannon tells her she can help set things right. Chelsea's willing to listen, but what Shannon wants her to believe -- that she shared a past life with Drew -- is impossible. And what she wants her to do to get him back … well, it's downright crazy.
Could Shannon be telling the truth? And if she is, what lengths will Chelsea go if it means making Lizzie pay? (From Goodreads)
This is a super short story that just follows up Remembrance and bridges to the next novel in this series. It follows the point of view of Chelsea - I loved getting the point of view from the wronged best friend. There's so many best friends who get screwed over in YA that I was really excited to hear her point of view.
This was the perfect little taste to satisfy my craving to know what's going on with these characters - and it definitely makes me want the next book immediately. Remembrance didn't leave me aching to know what happens next, but this book did.
And I'll just leave off with this - this series just continues to be a Taylor Swift song, and I love it. While reading Remembrance I had "Love Story" stuck in my head. While reading Vengeance, I was replaying the lyrics to "Better than Revenge."
"Taking other people's toys on the playground won't make her any friends. She should keep in mind there is nothing I do better than revenge."