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Popular girl Bliss Merino is ready to have the perfect prom. But when she catches her boyfriend making out with her best friend in the back of the limo, she has only one thought: revenge....

Bad girl Jolene Nelson is the last person anyone expected to see at prom. Yet here she is, dressed in pink ruffles and feeling like a fool for believing that he would actually show up....

Meg Rose Zuckerman is ready to stop being a wallflower and start experiencing life firsthand. But when her date stands her up, she finds herself on the outside yet again....

Three unlikely allies team up for a night of rebellion, romance, and revenge in this high-stakes dramedy from acclaimed young author Abby McDonald.

©2011 Abby McDonald (P)2011 Brilliance Audio, Inc.

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A Mad Night

First, I have to tell you that the author is wonderful and the narrator is perfect. Her work was really, reallly, admirable and I think she got her sole into this book. I have much to say about each of the three girls: I pittyed Bliss at least in the begining, admired Jolin, and loved Meg. The processes they delt with were very reall. But such things can not be solved in one night- mad as it might be. You can understand a few things, but not change completely. But again, even if the author made them change and find a way to get along, she did it in an almost realistic way. She created three original complecated carichtors. That was good. I stayed up all night to see what was going to happen. Highly recommended, and not only for teens.

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  • 05-30-12

A Mad Night

First, I have to tell you that the author is wonderful and the narrator is perfect. Her work was really, reallly, admirable and I think she got her sole into this book. I have much to say about each of the three girls: I pittyed Bliss at least in the begining, admired Jolin, and loved Meg. The processes they delt with were very reall. But such things can not be solved in one night- mad as it might be. You can understand a few things, but not change completely. But again, even if the author made them change and find a way to get along, she did it in an almost realistic way. She created three original complecated carichtors. That was good. I stayed up all night to see what was going to happen. Highly recommended, and not only for teens.

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Fun, Fun, Fun

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Three teenagers come together for hi-jinx and healing one one very eventful night. With sympathetic, distinct characters, great pacing, nice humor, and some heartfelt moments too, this was a very good listen.