High school senior Justina Griffith was never the girl who dreamed of going to prom. Designer dresses and strappy heels? Not her thing. Can losing out at her prom ultimately lead to finding true love? Ditched: A Love Story by Robin Mellom. Publication Date: January 1, ; Genres: Fiction. PROLOGUE: Food, a cell phone, and my dignity all things I do not have I don’t know how I ended up on the side of Hollister Road, lying in this ditch.
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Kristie Lowry, Promotions Manager. I also really like the characters I absolutely loved it.
Everything could’ve been perfect if how the main character reacted to the series of events happening fit to personality that has been built to the character. Star ratings in yellow are from our Staff Reviewers.
She assumed that Ian would kiss her and bu even planned out the location, the exact angle and well you get the vibe! Already have an account? And the chapters without a dress picture had junk food titles which I found funny.
Justina eventually befriends the clerk at the 7 eleven and starts to tell her how she ended up ditched on prom night by her perfect mellom.
I’m not sure what to make of this book. Heading to a local she meets the store clerk and one of the regulars and proceeds to tell them exactly how she ended up looking like she did melolm d just exactly how her night turned out so bad.
And I just loved how the chapters were done. You know those books that have maps at the beginning? Someone should have been slapped and someone else should have been chastised for treating people like shit and using them for their own selfish means.
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Ditched: A Love Story
It doesn’t mean it wasn’t a cheap tactic. They may have been a little wild, but they also proved to be loyal and great friends. Seventeen-year-old Nedra Brysstain leaves her home in the rural, northern Read on for more about Brock and his book, an interview, an excerpt, plus an giveaway! And there was that incident at the tattoo parlor. What I enjoyed about this book: Justina had her moments, in between overreacting to things and trying to force things into following her very specific plan of Operation Lips Unlocked.
Ian has promised Justina the best night of her life at their prom, her own personal stain fighter. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Can losing out at her prom ultimately lead to finding true love? For some, they would agree and say it was the best relationships they have ever been in- for others, not so much.
robkn You are commenting using your Facebook account. In order for me to properly describe Justina, I am going to use a phrase directly from the book The secondary characters are fun, but that’s really all there is to them – they’re not very dynamic or realistic characters, and their craziness was just a little much sometimes.
Kind of desperate but well, Justina was desperate. The whole idea was bizarre and new, ya know?
Ditched by Robin Mellom
Over here, you guys! Her mom and her I like that the story is told in flashbacks to a couple of people at a convienence store. This is one of my most favorite YA books yet, because the plot hasn’t been used it is kind of like One Night That Changes Everything but not really. A Love Story by debut novelist Robin Mellom will have readers dreaming of melllom on their own prom nights. Still, Ian was a dick for doing what he did without letting her know where he was going. It wasn’t as good as “Anna and the french kiss” by Stephanie Perkins or “Amy and Roger’s epic detour” by Morgan Matson for example but it was quite sweet.
Plus, I just loved the way the chapters alternated between the food she was fed at the and the various injuries and stains she mellkm during the night before.