Lilah knows the rules better than anyone, but between her newfound visions, an absolutely fatal attraction to a boy who isn't real, and the threat of a supernatural enemy with a sting deadlier than any Queen Bee, it's going to take everything she has to stay on top at Emory. And to prove once and for all that - highlights and high heels aside - those who make the rules are the only ones who can break them.
My Rating: 3/5
This is the sequel to Golden.
Golden is told from Felicity's point of view and Felicity who doesn't fit in with any of the school cliques, however Platinum is told from Lilah's point of view and Lilah is the head Golden and the most popular girl in school.
It was interesting to read from Lilah's perspective as it gave great insight into the politics involved in their warped ideals of social standings.
The paranormal aspect was stronger in this book than it was in Golden which I really liked.
The main problem I have with this book is that I just feel as though I don't find it captivating enough.