What do you do when your sister needs help with dating? She’s older than you, but you have more experience in this department. She also doesn’t like to go outside, brush her hair, flaps her arms when she gets anxious or mad, and her social skills are a bit to be desired, but that’s what one would expect of a person with autism. But, like the amazing sister Chloe is, she’s determined to help Ivy in any way possible. Even if that means she has to double “date” with classmate, David. Too bad he’s irascible on a good day, anti-social, and seems to find fault with everything she does. But, David’s brother Ethan is who Ivy has agreed to go out with, and so the four embark on some social experiment
Look to the Stars. Aim. Ignite! Welp, the totes adorbs factor is absolutely off the charts on this one. It’s an absolute must-read for any boy, girl, man, or woman who considers him or herself to be a part of any fandom. Is it predictable? Well, duh. But that’s more than okay. Let’s look at the title and analyze the cover. GeekERELLA. A pumpkin (okay, it’s a food truck instead of a coach). Girl in ball gown (wearing all-access pass to a comic-con event). One missing shoe. Could it be a Cinderella retelling? You bet. Is it unlike one you’ve ever read before? Again, you bet. I don’t even need to tell you that Ella’s parents are dead and stepmonster and stepsisters are, well, y’kn
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