Imagine being an outcast in your family and finally getting the chance to inherit millions and forget about everything your family has ever done to you. That is exactly the chance seventeen year old Avery gets. Her wealthy grandmother has decided to leave the family fortune to the family member who proves to be the most worthiest by figuring out the puzzles and riddles she has created. But in order to get the millions she will have to compete the rest of the family who will do anything (including cheat and steal) to win. Not only does Avery want to win the money to finally rid herself of her family forever but to find the truth about about her long-lost mother. Who can Avery trust in this competition and is winning really worth risking her life?
Sisters Dara Nick were always close growing up until the accident that left Dara face scarred and the two sisters like complete strangers. When Dara goes missing on her birthday, Nick things it is all a trick at first until somethings don't start adding up. Nick comes even more convinced it is not a trick when Dara's disappearance is linked to the disappearance of 9 year old Madeline Snow. Can Dara find out what has happened before it is too late.
When Lexi and her twin sister Ava were little they made up an imaginary third twin that they named "Alicia.." Whenever they did something bad or broke the rules it was "Alicia's" fault. Now that the girls are seniors they use Alicia in a different way, she is their cover when they go out with boys that are not exactly the boys they want to bring home to mom and dad. When one of the boys that "Alica" goes out with ends up dead Lexi thinks they need to stop with "Alica" but Ava doesn't agree. When another boy is killed and all the eveidence points to "Alica" Lexi knows she needs to figure out the truth before some else dies. The truth is almost more frightening them another murder though because either Ava is the killer or "Alicia" is real.
Julie has the "picture-perfect" life. She is smart and is on her way to getting into Harvard, she has a family who loves her, she has a gorgeous. loving boyfriend (who is going to Harvard with her), what could be better? When her perfect family life falls apart, her dad moves out and her mom loses it, life begins to get more complicated.... and to make matters worse she meets Declan, a good-looking boy who makes her wonder if her life is actually as perfect as it seems. What is better then having a "Perfect Life?" Julie is about to find out.