Senior Prom is just a few weeks away, and Rylie’s long time crush asked her to go with him. Wow! Could things get more perfect? Oh, except her mom is making her earn the money for her dress, mostly by cleaning all the dead bugs out of their house, and a guy in choir is making her life miserable. Then her mom lands her a steady babysitting job and things start to look up. She’ll have her dress in no time and a two year old is better than bugs any day. Unfortunately, she’s in for a big surprise when she shows up for her first night on duty. One moonlit lullaby and Rylie realizes she’s in trouble. What do you do when you have everything you want… and you don’t want it anymore?
I absolutely love Michelle Pennington’s “True Images” series. I am having a hard time identifying specifically what I like so much about it. The first book, “Candid,” attracted me because it was about a high school photojournalist. This is something I did in high school and could relate to that. This second book alludes to the power of the photograph, but that really isn’t the main plot to the story. Still, I loved it. It was fresh and clean, yet dealt with teen issues. This is a series I would like to share with my teenage daughter. Many other teen books I don’t feel that way about. In this story Rylie discovers that the annoying guy in her choir class really is someone she can love once she get’s to know him. Her dream date to prom seems less desirable after she sees under the surface of both guys. I highly recommend this series!
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