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    Great, feel good book

    I loved this book. It was like getting two books in one. The book is told from the points of view of Catherine and Riley. They each want porm to happen for their own reasons, but things keep happening to prevent prom. This book takes the time honored tradition of prom, and turns it on its head. It's a wonderfully told story that proves even with all the planning in the world, not everything will go as planned. I lookforward to reading more from both these authors.
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    If you're in a mood for a quick and light read, th

    I requested for this ARC hoping for a light and easy read. I wasn't disappointed. But this wasn't one of those ARCs that exceed your expectations or blow your mind even. It was just alright. The plot is pretty straight forward. After senior prom gets canceled due to funding problems, Riley decides to take matters into her own hands, with help from her friends to organize prom. I don't really have much to say about this book. Things I liked - Alternate POVs of the former best friends Riley and Catherine. I don't remember the last time I read a book with only POVs from two girls and not their love interests. Although I could not relate to it, I liked that there was a lot of details about the high school life here. This isn't a book where high school is just used as a background with the characters acting as adults. No. The high school is at the forefront here. And the characters here are teenagers with all their angst, insecurities and self-importance. Things I didn't like - One thing about this book being so high school centric was that it relied more on the shenanigans for the story to proceed. So, it wasn't focused on characters like I want my high school reads to be. I wanted more character evolution. The romance wasn't well-developed. The sense of humor also didn't appeal to me very much. If you're in a mood for a quick and light read, this could be the book for you.
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