Friday Night Alibi: A Novel – Ebook written by Cassie Mae. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline. In the wealthy town of Sundale, Kelli Pinkins has hatched the perfect plan to capitalize on her sweet reputation. For a generous fee, she will be. For a generous fee, she will be every trust-fund baby’s dream: a Friday-night alibi, the “girlfriend” or “BFF” that parents dream about. With college approaching in.
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Cassie Mae definitely knows how to write with humor. Kelli can be a little on the goofy side in her internal voice, but she’s likable, and I think she’s typical of a chick-lit heroine. Besides, relationships are tricky, and sometimes very messy. You definitely will want to put this at the top of your to-be-read pile.
When I chose to read this book, it was because I thought it would be fridday and fluffy and quick. But when Kelli meets Chase, her good-girl reputation might have to change as she realizes just how attracted to him she is, and how great he can be in her life. I will never be able to eat an orange again without thinking about Chase.
But then she meets college stud Chase Maroney. I was rooting for their happily-ever-after and was sighing with satisfaction by the end.
Sweet, funny, swoon-worthy romantic novel that reminds me of some of Jennifer Echols’ first romantic comedies. Everything is exaggerated, immature and stupid stupid stupid. I loved everything about this story!
Suddenly these two are thrown together and with her Friday nights tied up with her fake dates, it’s the perfect opening for Chase to spend some time with his Friday night girl. It’s so cute to see how their romance pro 4. It made me laugh out loud, cry and will seriously tug at your heart. For a price, Kelli has carved a living out of being a weekend alibi for the super rich while she actually spends Friday nights playing XBox live with her favorite gaming partner.
Book Review: Friday Night Alibi by Cassie Mae
It’s like a rambling, teenage stream-of-consciousness, using terms like “convo” and “deets” like they are real words.
The characters feel down to earth, even though they are trust fund babies, and while I can see where Kelli was coming from with her Friday Night Alibi ‘business’ it made it hard for her to get out and meet people herself, to be a teenager like everyone else she was being an alibi for. Instead of brushing it off Kelli inwardly deals with it, even though she has no fgiday hope of the relationship improving.
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This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Subjects Fiction Romance Historical Fiction. The police are baffled. There is not much more than some heavy kissing, both characters are a bit awkward in the sexual department. It was lighthearted, funny, and so sweet.
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Cassie Mae is a fresh and fun voice in the new adult genre and one I will be looking forward to reading more of. The story begins with Kelli, an aspiring college freshman who runs a cover service at her high school and community for people in her well-to-do community. It’s just the kind of book that aoibi a smile on your face. And this book did not let me down. I just loved it.
That made this book a very fun book to read. So if the younger generation of Sundale find romance outside their circle, trust funds are threatened and the social ladder is questioned as a parent holds the family money over their heads to guide them in their foreseen direction. View all 16 comments. In the super rich town of Sundale, Kelli is casise girl you say you were with when you were really out with the girl-or guy-that your trust fund hostage holding parents find undesirable. I’ve got a huge case of the heart-in-mouth feels, I want a ‘hold me tight hug’ right now, I can’t resist young love that makes me smile, my heart is beating hard and fast, I didn’t want this book to ever end, sweeter than any sugar covered sweets, I’ll hold these characters in my heart forever and ever, I’m on a mad book cloud, wishing for a lasting happily ever after, I’m smiling so much I could burst Chase had me right away, from his first smart-ass comment.
But in the backdrop of things, she runs an “alibi” service, where she serves as a girlfriend or BFF for hire for anyone who needs one for the right price, to maintain their respective image.
From beginning to end I was spell bound by this easy-to-read, pure-escape-from-reality novel and I don’t care that this book was cheesy and dreamy it fitted my love fridqy books like a glove and for those that love a sweet coming of age romance, don’t take my word for it go get a sticky orange, popcorny feeling fix, you may find yourself falling in love. Is is such a stretch to use that same mental muscle to believe that this scenario is possible, too?
Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. So first off while these characters are college age this felt like more of a YA read. More about Cassie Mae. I seriously love Ms. A book with a heroine who’s moral standards keep her from hopping in the sack with a boy just because he’s perfect for her? She realizes most of the relationships in her life, including her nigght, are superficial at best and she never hesitates to comment on the ridiculousness of it all.
The mindset skewed way too young. Kelli is the Friday Night Alibi for those who don’t want to lose their trust funds by dating the wrong type of person. I rated this 4. She meets college stud Chase Maroney.