Saturday, September 25, 2010

In My Mailbox 38

In My Mailbox is hosted by The Story Siren and inspired by Alea of Pop Culture Junkie.


Prom Crashers by Erin Downing
Pub. date: February 2007
Will you go to the proms with me?
It was love at first sight for Emily and Ethan. But then Em lost his number and, with it, all the hope of finding a real boyfriend before the end of senior year. All she knows about Ethan is his first name, that he has a supercute smile, and that he's going to a prom this month. Which high school? That's anyone's guess....
Em enlists the help of her three best friends, who quickly score formal wear and hail a limo. Together, Emily, Max and Sid vow to find Ethan, to find a cure for senioritis, and most important, to find true love -- one hilarious prom night at a time.
This sounds really funny!

Love on Cue by Catherine Hapka
Pub. date: March 2009
Maggie Tannery is a true theater girl and a total shoo-in for the lead in this year's school production of Romeo and Juliet. She's seriously psyched because it looks like her crush Daniel, might be playing her Romeo both on- and offstage- if all goes as planned.
But when her school decides to perform a musical instead, Maggie catches a major case of stage fright- because she can't sing! With her lead role in jeopardy, as well as her chance of winning her leading man, Maggie turns to the musically talented Nico to give her voice lessons. But their voices aren't the only things that seem to be harmonizing. As Maggie tries to break a leg- and not her heart- she wonders who the music man of her dreams really is...

Cupidity by Caroline Goode
Pub. date: December 2004
Dating in high school is like reality TV. It can get pretty surreal.
Between the strict social ladder (geeks' lockers left, jocks' to the right), and silly, pointless rules (no hand-holding, no kissing, no breathing!), high school is the single worst place to find a boyfriend. And Laura Sweeney is no exception. She hasn't had a date since...well, ever.
Desperate times call for desperate measures. So Laura is calling in the big guns. She needs guidance. A proven "get the guy" strategy. Luckily she knows exactly the expert to call. He's a matchmaking mastermind who actually has the bow and arrow to prove it. Let's just call him...Cupid.
These all sound like pretty good, light reads. I must thank Orchid, Zombie Girrrl, and Holland for getting these for me at a library sale this week. I rather enjoyed the one Romantic Comedy I read (Perfect Shot), so I'm looking forward to reading these. Perhaps I'll have a mini zombie read-a-thon, followed by a chick-lit read-a-thon (I need something light after excessive gore).

Eclectically yours,


~The Book Pixie said...

I have and need to read Prom Crashers. The other two look good as well. Happy reading! :D


chelleyreads said...

prom crashers and the rest of your books this week all look like a fun reads. enjoy!


Tina (Book Couture) said...

Hi! I just found your blog through IMM, and I just had to stop and leave a comment telling you how wonderful your blog is. I love your content and this post is amazing! You're definitely in for some good reads this week.
Oh, and I'm a follower for sure!
Feel free to come by my blog if you want to see what I got this week.
Best wishes,
●▬▬▬๑۩Tina @ Book Couture۩๑▬▬▬●

Orchid said...

Hope you enjoy them, D. ^_^