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Shes sleeping with the enemyand might be catching feelings. When Zoey Seevers best and only friend Skylar is unceremoniously dumped on the night of her Prom, the last thing Zoey wants to do is get involved with the girl responsible for breaking her best friends heart. Chelsea McDaniel has a reputation at their rival school for using girls up and tossing them aside when She’s sleeping with the enemy…and might be catching feelings. When Zoey Seever’s best and only friend Skylar is unceremoniously dumped on the night of her Prom, the last thing Zoey wants to do is get involved with the girl responsible for breaking her best friend’s heart. Chelsea McDaniel has a reputation at their rival school for using girls up and tossing them aside when things get serious. It’s the same sort of rumor people have been spreading about Zoey ever since she abruptly ended things with an ex-girlfriend of her own. Soon enough, Zoey finds herself roped into Skylar’s plot to make Chelsea pay. The plan is simple: Zoey will seduce Chelsea, make her fall in love as only another heartbreaker can, and then cruelly dump her at her own Prom. But Zoey isn’t the coldhearted girl her own best friend thinks she is. She doesn’t use girls. She’s hardly even properly out of the closet. And Chelsea is more than just an attractive stranger; back in middle school, she was also Zoey’s first kiss. Caught up in a whirlwind of deception, guilt, and her own growing feelings, Zoey will be forced to decide between the only friend she has left and the girl she might be falling in love with…who may want nothing to do with her once she finds out the truth. The Gay Girl's Guide to Ruining Prom is Amazon-bestselling author Siera Maley's newest young adult lesbian romance. 


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Shes sleeping with the enemyand might be catching feelings. When Zoey Seevers best and only friend Skylar is unceremoniously dumped on the night of her Prom, the last thing Zoey wants to do is get involved with the girl responsible for breaking her best friends heart. Chelsea McDaniel has a reputation at their rival school for using girls up and tossing them aside when She’s sleeping with the enemy…and might be catching feelings. When Zoey Seever’s best and only friend Skylar is unceremoniously dumped on the night of her Prom, the last thing Zoey wants to do is get involved with the girl responsible for breaking her best friend’s heart. Chelsea McDaniel has a reputation at their rival school for using girls up and tossing them aside when things get serious. It’s the same sort of rumor people have been spreading about Zoey ever since she abruptly ended things with an ex-girlfriend of her own. Soon enough, Zoey finds herself roped into Skylar’s plot to make Chelsea pay. The plan is simple: Zoey will seduce Chelsea, make her fall in love as only another heartbreaker can, and then cruelly dump her at her own Prom. But Zoey isn’t the coldhearted girl her own best friend thinks she is. She doesn’t use girls. She’s hardly even properly out of the closet. And Chelsea is more than just an attractive stranger; back in middle school, she was also Zoey’s first kiss. Caught up in a whirlwind of deception, guilt, and her own growing feelings, Zoey will be forced to decide between the only friend she has left and the girl she might be falling in love with…who may want nothing to do with her once she finds out the truth. The Gay Girl's Guide to Ruining Prom is Amazon-bestselling author Siera Maley's newest young adult lesbian romance. 

30 review for The Gay Girl's Guide to Ruining Prom

  1. 5 out of 5

    mishi

    "I was stuck swinging like a pendulum, going back and forth between liking her and reminding myself that she was probably evil." The plot was a bit similar to 'John Tucker Must Die' but the author made it gay which always equals better to me. Siera Maley's books always have the most adorable couple, Zoey and Chelsea being each other's first kiss at 12 *swoon*, Zoey saving her contact name as First Crush in Chelsea's phone etc . It'd be going so well and then Zoey would always be like 'plan, "I was stuck swinging like a pendulum, going back and forth between liking her and reminding myself that she was probably evil." The plot was a bit similar to 'John Tucker Must Die' but the author made it gay which always equals better to me. Siera Maley's books always have the most adorable couple, Zoey and Chelsea being each other's first kiss at 12 *swoon*, Zoey saving her contact name as “First Crush” in Chelsea's phone etc . It'd be going so well and then Zoey would always be like 'plan, plan, plan', like Chelsea is so charming and lovable, stop deceiving her, you sociopath. All that lying somewhat lessened the significance of their interactions for me. I didn't expect her to take it so seriously and go all Emily Thorne. “Any plans to break my heart?” “No.” She answered instantly; confidently. It surprised me. She was a good liar." I wanted to scream at her, of course she meant it, you were her first kiss, her first crush, the reason she figured out she liked girls and you are the one who breaks her heart. I was both intrigued and uncomfortable reading this because her lies were piling up and since i got attached to Zoey two pages in, I was ready to be hurt, which I was badly.. I really wish the characters could've been more likable, since I only liked Chelsea and Alex(later) and that Zoey and Chelsea could've gotten together in the last chapters at least instead of the epilogue. Also, I really need someone to come help me beat up Skylar.

  2. 5 out of 5

    mahana

    in a perfect world, this would end with zoey and chelseas friend group banding together to beat the shit out of skylar rep: lesbian mcs, 3 bi side characters in a perfect world, this would end with zoey and chelsea’s friend group banding together to beat the shit out of skylar rep: lesbian mcs, 3 bi side characters

  3. 4 out of 5

    c, (½ of readsrainbow)

    Rep: lesbian mc & li, bi side characters CWs: homophobia, mc gets kicked out by parents

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lexxi Kitty

    I have a one to two page review I wrote that I do not have access to at moment. Of the things I noted, I made some comment about how it is quite rare for me to read everything by an author. And Maley is basically the only F-F author who has at least five books published and I've read them all. Right, so, this is a solo POV book about someone around the age of 17 & currently a high school student. She is very much a not likable character. I seem to alternate rating Maley books something near 5 I have a one to two page review I wrote that I do not have access to at moment. Of the things I noted, I made some comment about how it is quite rare for me to read everything by an author. And Maley is basically the only F-F author who has at least five books published and I've read them all. Right, so, this is a solo POV book about someone around the age of 17 & currently a high school student. She is very much a not likable character. I seem to alternate rating Maley books something near 5 stars and 2.75 stars. Unfortunately this one is a 2.75 book. Skylar is dumped on Prom night. While attempting to pick up her date. She decides on a little revenge plot: she's going to get her 'hot' best friend to seduce that ex, get the ex to really like them, and then have the friend, Zoey, dump Chelsea, the ex, at or on Prom night. Skylar isn't the main character, neither is Chelsea, no it's Zoey. Zoey, for reasons, is kind of a push over when it comes to doing what her friends ask (she doesn't want to lose friends, so they use her and she loses friends anyway), and is a messed up kid. I read something that seemed to indicate this got better the last 32% of the book. It never got better, and, for that matter, was never that good. I might not have liked anyone with the possible exception of Chelsea, but that's not because of poor characterization. No this book has strong well developed characters. The plot also is, for the most part, quite solid. No, none of that was the problem. The problem is that basically everyone in the book is basically unlikable. That also includes Chelsea, but she is, at least, trying to become a better person. Despite how I felt about this book, I look forward to reading another book by this author. Rating: 2.75 December 15, 2019

  5. 4 out of 5

    Anna Banana

    I really love this author's writing style! I was super addicted to reading this and tried to read this in every spare moment I had. But the only problem was...I didn't really like Zoey. Everyone talks about how horrible her friends are (and I agree...to an extent) but Zoey really isn't that good of a person either and I struggled with not judging her some times which I hated but I couldn't help it. I actually ended up feeling really bad for Chelsea with the whole prank and the fact that Zoey I really love this author's writing style! I was super addicted to reading this and tried to read this in every spare moment I had. But the only problem was...I didn't really like Zoey. Everyone talks about how horrible her friends are (and I agree...to an extent) but Zoey really isn't that good of a person either and I struggled with not judging her some times which I hated but I couldn't help it. I actually ended up feeling really bad for Chelsea with the whole prank and the fact that Zoey kept at it until basically the very end and it made me feel like honestly, maybe Chelsea deserved better. The prank was super, mega fucked up and the fact that it goes on for that long, I don't see how Chelsea wouldn't have trust issues after that but that's just my opinion. I definitely need to check out more books from this author though!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Paradise Lost

    I'm having a little trouble reviewing this, to be honest. Maley's writing style really resonates with me. I think I've read most of her books. My favourite by far, though, is "taking flight". I really enjoyed that book. And the characters were exactly what I needed them to be, as well as the general story. This... Not so much. Character motivations seemed a bit... flimsy, at best, I guess. As well as the plot. I guess what I'm saying is, I love maley's style, and I can go through her books pretty I'm having a little trouble reviewing this, to be honest. Maley's writing style really resonates with me. I think I've read most of her books. My favourite by far, though, is "taking flight". I really enjoyed that book. And the characters were exactly what I needed them to be, as well as the general story. This... Not so much. Character motivations seemed a bit... flimsy, at best, I guess. As well as the plot. I guess what I'm saying is, I love maley's style, and I can go through her books pretty quickly and easily, and more than that, I want to. Same with this. I really enjoyed the pace and flow. Even the general idea of the story was totally appealing. I just wish the characters had better motivations. And I wish both the characters and the plot were a bit stronger, not quite as flimsy. Then again, I remember being in school, and how every little thing seemed like it was the biggest deal ever, every fight, every slight, all of it... It was all so dramatic and seemed life changing. So, I kind of also get it :) 3.5 stars

  7. 4 out of 5

    menna

    Alex, date me.

  8. 5 out of 5

    thi

    3.5/5 - tw homophobia (from mcs parents) - Siera maley has become an auto read author for me, Ill read anything and everything by her bc I love so many of her works (taking flight, colourblind, dating sarah cooper, on the outside) - That said .. when I read this synopsis .. I was not super excited just because Im just not a huge fan of revenge-dating type plots - If you liked the sound of the synopsis I doubt youll be disappointed, I think the romance, the story the pacing are all up to par with 3.5/5 - tw homophobia (from mc’s parents) - Siera maley has become an auto read author for me, I’ll read anything and everything by her bc I love so many of her works (taking flight, colourblind, dating sarah cooper, on the outside) - That said .. when I read this synopsis .. I was not super excited just because I’m just not a huge fan of revenge-dating type plots - If you liked the sound of the synopsis I doubt you’ll be disappointed, I think the romance, the story the pacing are all up to par with maley’s work - maley is such a great writer who’s so in tune with her young characters feelings, which I’m sure can be attributed to her being an own voices author writing sapphic love stories that are still grounded in reality - That said a certain theme that came up was the idea of coming out to family even though already “out” to their peers, and the personas and guilt that (may) come from it .. an all too common experience that I’m sure many can relate to 😭💕 - It’s not a favourite of mine from her but I can still appreciate how great it is for anyone else who finds these “tropes” enjoyable 💕

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    Adorable little lesbian romance with just enough angst to keep it interesting! I literally can never get enough of gays in high school falling in love, and since we dont get lesbian movie rom-coms, I have to get those feels from somewhere! Devoured it in one sitting. *I received an advance reader copy from the author Adorable little lesbian romance with just enough angst to keep it interesting! I literally can never get enough of gays in high school falling in love, and since we don’t get lesbian movie rom-coms, I have to get those feels from somewhere! Devoured it in one sitting. *I received an advance reader copy from the author

  10. 4 out of 5

    Barbro-Katrin

    I was a lot excited and a little scared to read this because Ive been real disappointed with lesfic lately but I didnt need to worry. Siera Maley delivers! Shes one of my favorite lesfic authors and Ive been (im)patiently waiting for her new novel and I love it. The build up, the feelings, the characters. I can feel the emotions. I havent ever been disappointed with Siera Maley and her writing and Im (im)patiently waiting for her next book. My only problem with her books is that I wish they were I was a lot excited and a little scared to read this because I’ve been real disappointed with lesfic lately but I didn’t need to worry. Siera Maley delivers! She’s one of my favorite lesfic authors and I’ve been (im)patiently waiting for her new novel and I love it. The build up, the feelings, the characters. I can feel the emotions. I haven’t ever been disappointed with Siera Maley and her writing and I’m (im)patiently waiting for her next book. My only “problem” with her books is that I wish they were a little longer. I will admit that I’ve kept checking Maley’s profile in the last years to see when she was publishing a new book. As said, one if my favorite lesfic authors. She never disappoints me

  11. 5 out of 5

    Neville Longbottom

    2.5 - I liked that this book used the plot that was prominent in a lot of 90s teen movies, where someone dates a person as part of a bet or a scheme, but then actually starts to fall for them just making it with two girls instead of a straight couple. Its always interesting to see how the other person finds out that their relationship started as a lie and if it can recover from that. However, I felt pretty meh about this book overall. I did appreciate that the main character Zoey felt conflicted 2.5 - I liked that this book used the plot that was prominent in a lot of 90s teen movies, where someone dates a person as part of a bet or a scheme, but then actually starts to fall for them… just making it with two girls instead of a straight couple. It’s always interesting to see how the other person finds out that their relationship started as a lie and if it can recover from that. However, I felt pretty “meh” about this book overall. I did appreciate that the main character Zoey felt conflicted about the whole plot and constantly thought about how morally grey it was. But I just felt like I didn’t really care about the outcome of the story. I wasn’t rooting for Zoey & Chelsea’s relationship. I wasn’t rooting for Zoey’s best friend Skylar to get the revenge on Chelsea that she wanted. Everything just got way too dramatic and over the top in the end. I don’t really think I would recommend this book. If you haven’t read anything by Siera Maley, I’d definitely say to read Taking Flight over this.

  12. 5 out of 5

    S

    So let me start off by saying Siera Maley is one of my go to writers. I admit it, I really like her YA books. I have read pretty much everything she has done and given her 4 pluses on all of them I think. She is a go to for me and a re-read as well. BUT..not this one. I didn't really like this book. It started out good, and then just, blea. Don't get me wrong it is a worthwhile read but not up to her usual class. In fact I didn't really like the MC. And the end was not the outcome I would have So let me start off by saying Siera Maley is one of my go to writers. I admit it, I really like her YA books. I have read pretty much everything she has done and given her 4 pluses on all of them I think. She is a go to for me and a re-read as well. BUT..not this one. I didn't really like this book. It started out good, and then just, blea. Don't get me wrong it is a worthwhile read but not up to her usual class. In fact I didn't really like the MC. And the end was not the outcome I would have wanted either..and the good people I think,, did she want me to like them? cause if so she failed..and the people I think she wanted me to dislike..na, not so much. You have to read it for yourself and see how you take it. Again a good enough book but the lowest of scores of all her books from me...3 and small change stars but still cant wait for her next one.

  13. 4 out of 5

    yvee

    3.5 stars

  14. 4 out of 5

    Cindy Stein

    When Zoey's best friend is suddenly dumped by Chelsea on the night the two were supposed to go to the prom together, Zoey is enlisted to get Chelsea interested in her so she can dump Chelsea. Zoey reluctantly goes along with the plan because she's worried about losing her best friend, especially since she's getting no support from her religious parents who aren't happy about her being a lesbian. It turns out Zoey and Chelsea knew each other in middle school before they went off to different high When Zoey's best friend is suddenly dumped by Chelsea on the night the two were supposed to go to the prom together, Zoey is enlisted to get Chelsea interested in her so she can dump Chelsea. Zoey reluctantly goes along with the plan because she's worried about losing her best friend, especially since she's getting no support from her religious parents who aren't happy about her being a lesbian. It turns out Zoey and Chelsea knew each other in middle school before they went off to different high schools and were each other's first kiss. Of course the plan goes awry when Zoey and Chelsea develop feelings, but a lot of high school drama means that there's a lot that Zoey will have to deal with before the truth comes out. Siera Maley is one of the best of the lesbian/bi YA book authors and this book didn't disappoint. It's hard to watch Zoey dig herself deeper into a lie, and the big reveal is quite interesting and surprising.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Misago

    This was a very enjoyable read. Once in a while, I enjoy the kind of messy romance that blooms in a situation that always tethers on the brink of violently exploding, and eventually it does, but finds a good ending. I also like it when characters do the wrong things for the right reasons. The two leads, Zoey and Chelsea, were deep and well-written, in my opinion, and I was surprised what I could still learn about them, the longer the story went on. Not in a "the author made up new stuff about This was a very enjoyable read. Once in a while, I enjoy the kind of messy romance that blooms in a situation that always tethers on the brink of violently exploding, and eventually it does, but finds a good ending. I also like it when characters do the wrong things for the right reasons. The two leads, Zoey and Chelsea, were deep and well-written, in my opinion, and I was surprised what I could still learn about them, the longer the story went on. Not in a "the author made up new stuff about them" sense, but connecting little hints and giving the answers to questions I've been pondering in regards to the backstory. I liked the the relationship that unfolded, and the feelings happening felt a lot more deep and well-developed than they do in a lot of romances. Can definitely recommend!

  16. 4 out of 5

    XR

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book gave me weird feelings inside while I read. The whole plan of lying to Chelsea just didn't sit right with me but hey... it's the plot right? I wondered if Zoey was going to be able to work things out and was happy for a few things that happened. Firstly, that she was no longer friends with Skylar. Second, that her and Alex sorted out their friendship... and finally, Zoey was able to get her truth out and worked things out with Chelsea.

  17. 4 out of 5

    ♛ Cameron ♛

    TW: Homophobia (From MCs Parents), MC Kicked Out of House Wow a gay romance where it isnt seen as the ultimate love sacrifice for the main character to come out to her her homophobic family for her love interest (Also Im about to run Skylar over with a truck) TW: Homophobia (From MC’s Parents), MC Kicked Out of House Wow a gay romance where it isn’t seen as the ultimate love sacrifice for the main character to come out to her her homophobic family for her love interest (Also I’m about to run Skylar over with a truck)

  18. 5 out of 5

    WonderGoon

    A Great Read Full disclosure: I read this book through Kindle Unlimited. With that out of the way, this book is the polar opposite of Siera Maley's previous work "Time it Right." In that book, Valerie Marsh is uncertain of her sexuality and her developing feelings for another girl. In this work, Zoey has already fully embraced her sexuality and owns it throughout the story. To me, the most implausible element of this work is that Zoey is a high school student. She handles her challenges more like A Great Read Full disclosure: I read this book through Kindle Unlimited. With that out of the way, this book is the polar opposite of Siera Maley's previous work "Time it Right." In that book, Valerie Marsh is uncertain of her sexuality and her developing feelings for another girl. In this work, Zoey has already fully embraced her sexuality and owns it throughout the story. To me, the most implausible element of this work is that Zoey is a high school student. She handles her challenges more like a woman in her late 20's than a senior in high school. This doesn't detract from the work too much, however, and it's not enough to knock off a star. Overall, this is a good read and if my eyes hadn't been all hurty, I would've finished it in one sitting. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys complex characters or who likes convoluted revenge tales. Siera Maley fans will truly enjoy this book. It's her best book since her last book and she continues to advance her skills with every release. I am looking forward to her next work.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sseureki

    3.5 I really really enjoyed this book. It was fun and quite addictive and had an adorable OTP in Zoey and Chelsea. They had boatloads of chemistry and cute interactions. I just wish the revelation came earlier because the aftermath and the conclusion felt a bit rushed. This was on the lighter side(despite how dramatic everyone is *to my delight btw*) but because the reveal came way later, I feel like we were deprived of cutesy moments entirely devoid of the *plan*. But, hey, I totally liked it. 3.5 I really really enjoyed this book. It was fun and quite addictive and had an adorable OTP in Zoey and Chelsea. They had boatloads of chemistry and cute interactions. I just wish the revelation came earlier because the aftermath and the conclusion felt a bit rushed. This was on the lighter side(despite how dramatic everyone is *to my delight btw*) but because the reveal came way later, I feel like we were deprived of cutesy moments entirely devoid of the *plan*. But, hey, I totally liked it. Charming characters. Some more annoying than others. But mostly I didn't really care for anyone but the leads.

  20. 4 out of 5

    LesReview

    Loved it What can I say but love all of Sierra Maleys work. I also grew up in the Bible Belt where dancing was frowned upon and had to wear dresses below the knee. I wish times had been different, I always wished I couldve been myself. Zoeys parents were just like mine except I wouldve been sent away to a camp hoping I would change. We have gone through these experiences to become stronger and hopefully make this new generation even better to be able to be themselves and not have to hide. I hope Loved it What can I say but love all of Sierra Maley’s work. I also grew up in the Bible Belt where dancing was frowned upon and had to wear dresses below the knee. I wish times had been different, I always wished I could’ve been myself. Zoeys parents were just like mine except I would’ve been sent away to a camp hoping I would change. We have gone through these experiences to become stronger and hopefully make this new generation even better to be able to be themselves and not have to hide. I hope there is another book in this series and thank you to the author for writing them. 4.5 stars

  21. 5 out of 5

    Katie Pierce

    I was very invested in the story, and the romance was actually quite well-written. I think this one was just a little too dramatic for me. I was really stressed out for most of the book, but I had to finish it to make sure they were all gonna end up ok. Terrible stress and anxiety isnt really something I usually look for in a romance. Some things were very well done, including the inclusion of several bi characters who were not treated like stereotypes. I do recommend this book, but only if you I was very invested in the story, and the romance was actually quite well-written. I think this one was just a little too dramatic for me. I was really stressed out for most of the book, but I had to finish it to make sure they were all gonna end up ok. Terrible stress and anxiety isn’t really something I usually look for in a romance. Some things were very well done, including the inclusion of several bi characters who were not treated like stereotypes. I do recommend this book, but only if you don’t mind really dramatic and tense relationship stories.

  22. 4 out of 5

    laura

    2.5/3 Stars. TW: homophobia from parents I didnt like the revenge plot. It just went too far. There was so many chances for Zoey to tell Chelsea and I wish she did. But I did like the build of Zoey and Chelseas relationship and I wish we were able to see them be together for a few chapters instead of only the epilogue. The authors writing is definitely easy to read and I did enjoy it until I started skimming since I couldnt care about the revenge trope. This definitely makes me want to pick up 2.5/3 Stars. TW: homophobia from parents I didn’t like the revenge plot. It just went too far. There was so many chances for Zoey to tell Chelsea and I wish she did. But I did like the build of Zoey and Chelsea’s relationship and I wish we were able to see them be together for a few chapters instead of only the epilogue. The authors writing is definitely easy to read and I did enjoy it until I started skimming since I couldn’t care about the revenge trope. This definitely makes me want to pick up Colorblind (finally).

  23. 5 out of 5

    Silvia (roomforbooks)

    3.5 TW: homophobia Rep: Lesbian MC, lesbian LI, bi side characters Up to 70% the book wasnt that great, the plot wasnt bad but it was weak and even tough I almost always understood the characters motives for their actions, it still felt like they were all two-dimensional and just plain stereotypes. The last 30% was definitely better, I thought the drama would have been much much worse but at least the ending was cute and it almost made up for the rest of the book. 3.5 TW: homophobia Rep: Lesbian MC, lesbian LI, bi side characters Up to 70% the book wasn’t that great, the plot wasn’t bad but it was weak and even tough I almost always understood the characters motives for their actions, it still felt like they were all two-dimensional and just plain stereotypes. The last 30% was definitely better, I thought the drama would have been much much worse but at least the ending was cute and it almost made up for the rest of the book.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Garima

    I did love Chelsea and Zoey as a couple, their chemistry was off the charts!! BUT the whole premise of this novel? It seemed so goddamn childish. Maybe I'm too old to appreciate it as much as an actual young adult - but the plot points missed the mark for me. I'd love to read a part two for these two though, their journey with college and all that! 3 solid stars :)

  25. 4 out of 5

    edith

    3.5* don't really know how to feel about this book. it was easy to read and i liked it, but i just didn't liked it as much as i liked dating sarah cooper. skylar and cole were really annoying all the time (which i know is the point but, still.), there are some choices i just didn't vibe with and the ending wasn't that great.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Alex Farias

    Im Sieras fan for while, and Its been a while since Ive read one of her books, missed it a lot...and I have to say I was so happy with this one omg! I read it all in one night, couldnt sleep until it ended, and it was worth it! If you are looking for a very very interesting teen f/f story, this is it! Im Siera’s fan for while, and Its been a while since I’ve read one of her books, missed it a lot...and I have to say I was so happy with this one omg! I read it all in one night, couldn’t sleep until it ended, and it was worth it! If you are looking for a very very interesting teen f/f story, this is it!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cassidy Elizabeth Zeller

    4.5 One of my favorite authors in this genre. Didn't love the storyline as much as some of her other books, and am very picky about giving 5 stars, but it was a great read. Love how she is able to pull you in and create a great story while/by keeping everything realistic. Would definitely recommend!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Best Lesfic Reviews

    A mad teenage drama with a plot as convoluted as Taming of the Shrew (which was adapted excellently in the teen flick 10 Things I Hate About You). Read the full review @ https://www.bestlesficreviews.com/202...

  29. 4 out of 5

    Samuel Samson

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Wow it's was hot

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kailor

    Very well written. I enjoyed this book a lot. 10/10

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