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Pride and Popularity

Chloe Hart is just an ordinary senior in high school. She's not one of the "Popular" crowd, but she does have plenty of her own friends. Her family is just a little crazy, but whose isn't? I love the character of her mom, she is such an individual! It seems she had asked Chloe's younger sister, Cassidy, to clean her room for 3 weeks, she decided that was long enough and starts to "clean" it herself, using garbage bags for all of the stuff on the floor. Chloe finally has what she's been waiting her whole high school career for, an art class with her two best friends, Alyssa and Maddie. Unfortunately for her Taylor Andersen is also in that art class. Chloe has been avoiding him for ages, all of the girls in school are in love with him,  except Chloe and he seems to have a problem with that. Chloe can't understand why he wants her, when all those other girls like him. Things get pretty crazy when Chloe gets an "urgent" message from Taylor to call him on his cell phone. But when she calls him back, he claims to have not called her at all, but who would have called her? This is a modern day re-telling of Pride and Prejudice, on of my very favorite books of all time! I LOVED this book! I read this book in less than a day, it really held my attention. I can't wait to read the second book in this series, Northanger Alibi.

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