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Laurel can't handle her new authority as editor of the yearbook, especially when it comes to Matt, the new guy at school who has her head spinning.
Is she doing what's best for the yearbook, or what's best for her? Is she being unfair to Matt, or is he trying to use her? To complicate matters, her best friend's love life is falling apart, her home life is driving her crazy with parents who are frantic about their upcoming high-school reunion and a sister who has suddenly become klutz of the century. Can Laurel help her best friend, survive her chaotic household and resolve her war of words with Matt without losing at love?
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I’m glad I’m not unattractive. But at times I’ve seriously wished I were regal, sophisticated, the kind of person who would be taken seriously. Unfortunately, I usually have to worry about people wanting to pat my head. In fact, Anna has always said my whole family, with our wavy blond hair, big brown eyes, and turned up noses, remind her of a litter of cocker spaniels. In other words, cute. Painfully cute.
“I totally think I might be named editor-in-chief,” I said to myself as much as to Anna. “I mean, I was a junior class assistant last year. Plus, I completely want it!”
“Don’t worry,” said Anna, always one to reassure me when I was nervous. “Bonine knows your writing.”
He knows my writing. He knows my writing. He knows my writing. Maybe if I repeated that mantra enough, my yearbook dream would come true.
During the rest of our walk to school my mind was spinning with plans. The first thing I would do would be to eliminate the Who’s Who section. Okay, it was one of the most popular features, but I have my reasons. My parents had been named the Most Adorable Couple in their high school yearbook eons ago, and I didn’t want a label like that to stalk me the rest of my life. Not that I was dating anyone in particular, adorable or otherwise. I just didn’t want to take any chances.