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Francesca Trask is about to leave high school and enter adult life but she's terribly perplexed about everything—college, career, attending the Prom, plus Conan the Klutz who has bet the gang he can obtain an intimate trophy… and even more. More

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About Dai Alanye

No superheroes nor anything supernatural (thus far, at least.) Expect merely ordinary people - you and me, as it were - caught up in extraordinary circumstances. Plots are character-driven, and the characters themselves are complex and often contradictory.
I aim to appeal to the reader who has an ample sense of humor and an appreciation for irony. You can expect adventure and romance, but graphic violence and sex are at a minimum - think PG or PG-13 at most - and suitable for mature youths as well as adults.

About the Series: West Baker
A woman who's been a bit too indiscreet and a man whose self-control needs a tune-up, plus a little girl who doesn't even know her own name. That's how the story starts, and the tale carries on into the next generation. Half the town of West Baker might be scandalized by the antics of Chuck, Charly and Frankie, but they intend to struggle on to the bitter (or happy) ending.

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Review by: Chester on March 3, 2016 :
Enjoyable and funny read.
the school familiar atmosphere at the beginning takes you back to the good old days of high school, loved the homey feeling in the Trask household. This book tells what happens after the HEA ,Which is great if you read the first two books, even if it focuses mainly on Frankie, we can still enjoy Chuck and Charlie.
Frankie was an amazing very well-written character. the book cover is a success and this is Highly recommended for everyone.
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
Review by: LEJ Clayton on Nov. 13, 2014 :
This is very much the story of Frankie and the various scrapes she gets into, mostly thanks to her forthright and sometimes combative nature. She's not averse to joining in with physical encounters such as happens rather comically at the school prom, and a host of other misunderstandings which see her losing her temporary job and in the end almost getting expelled from college.
But for all that you can't help liking and even admiring her. She's got guts but she has principles too and stands by them.
A perfect book for YA, addressing all the things that matter to them and providing in Frankie an engaging and unusual character.
It's a dryly funny book with some sly swipes at the education system.
(reviewed 8 days after purchase)
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