She's So Dead to Us

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Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, May 25, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 275 pages
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Ally Ryan would rather be in Maryland. She would rather be anywhere, in fact, than Orchard Hill, site of her downfall. Well, not hers exactly—but when your father’s hedge fund goes south and all your friends lose their trust funds, things don’t look so sunny for you. Her mother moved her to Maryland to flee the shame, but now they’re moving back. Back to the country-club, new-car-every-year, my-family-came-over-on-the-Mayflower lifestyle that Ally has outgrown. One bright spot, however, is gorgeous, intense Jake Graydon. But it won’t be easy for the two of them to be together—not if his friends (her former friends) have anything to say about it. Is Ally ready to get thrown back into the drama of the life she left behind?

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User Review  - mrsdanaalbasha - LibraryThing

Told in two voices, high school juniors Allie, who now lives on the poor side of town, and Jake, the "Crestie" whose family bought her house, develop feelings for one another that are complicated by ... Read full review

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User Review  - rosetyper9 - LibraryThing

Review in 5: Compelling, Dramatic, Addictive, Disappointing, and Definitely for Teenagers. Review: I know my 'Review in 5' probably has you confused as heck. Let me explain in detail here, if you have ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Kieran Scott is the author of the Non-Blonde Cheerleader series along with the He’s So/She’s So trilogy: She’s So Dead to Us, He’s So Not Worth It, and This is So Not Happening. She also writes the New York Times bestselling series Private, as well as the Shadowlands trilogy, under the pen name Kate Brian. She resides in New Jersey with her family.

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