It's senior year at St. Teresa's Preparatory School for Girls. And the big thing about being a senior is getting a "little" which is getting a freshman or new student and showing them around. But the key is getting a good little. This is where the trouble and story begins.
Jane Jarvis' best friend Allison Concord ends up in a messy and very embarrassing situation the first day of senior year. And Jane has to comfort Allison thereby missing her chance to get a little. But Allison does get a little in the form of Lanalee. And soon the new, "improved" Allison shows up with new hair, new clothes, a cell phone and loads of confidence. The new Allison is also blowing off her best friend Jane. With the help of another strange but wise freshman named Owen, Jane finds out the truth. Ally sold her sold to the devil. And that's when the fight begins - for Allison's soul. Will Jane be able to win Allison's soul back? Or will she lose her own in the process?
Devilish is a funny, unpredictable read. I found this book highly entertaining and an excellent read.
The only thing that makes St. Teresa's Preparatory School for Girls bearable for Jane is her best friend Ally. But when Ally changes into a whole different person literally overnight the fall of their senior year, Jane's suddenly alone--and very confused. Turns out, Ally has sold her soul in exchange for popularity--to a devil masquerading as a sophomore at St. Teresa's! Now it's up to Jane to put it all on the line to save her friend from this ponytail-wearing, cupcakenibbling demon . . . without losing her own soul in the process. This YA take on Faust in a Catholic girls' high school is clever, fun, and full of tasty surprises.