Inner Circle Themes

Kieran Scott
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Friendship

The book centers on the friendships of the girls in Billings. The feud between Cheyenne and Reed makes Reed appreciate her friends even more. As Cheyenne goes after Reed's boyfriend and reputation, the loyalty of Sabine, Constance and Tiffany keeps Reed from being overwhelmed. The need to protect Sabine and Constance from Tiffany is also a motivator for Reed. In order to protect her friends, Reed has to stand up to Constance, even if that means breaking with Billings' traditions.

Love

As a coming of age novel, first love is very significant in the protagonist's life. The moment when Reed admits that she loves Josh changes their relationship. It is a moment of trust that they share. Because Reed loves Josh the feeling that he may have betrayed her is devastating. The theme of love brings up other questions as well about loyalty, honesty and trust. Reed has...

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