By Lauren Barnholdt
Avery LaDuke is out there for a brand new ally. Her former BFF, Sophie Burns, dumped her to hang around with the preferred crowd in school. however the excellent news Avery's getting a brand new sister who is guaranteed to be her new BFF too! Blake is her age and she's from ny. How cool is that? yet issues do not cross particularly as easily as Avery was hoping. and what is with Blake turning into BFFs with Sophie? Huh?? That wasn’t speculated to take place! while Avery will get installed cost of the 8th grade charity undertaking, an online matchmaking provider, she thinks she will use this venture to get Blake again on her aspect. She comes to a decision to mend the suits in order that Blake will get matched with Sam, the most well-liked boy at school, but if the suits pop out anything has long past heavily improper! not just is Avery matched with Sam, however the category consultant understands that somebody tampered with this system. On most sensible of that, Avery discovers that she truly form of, type of, likes Sam . . . and he likes her again. Torn among the man she likes and her sister/best good friend, Avery is left brooding about: is there any real way she will be able to preserve them either?
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Blake twirls around from the sink. Her face, which just a minute ago was the picture of despair, is now lit up with excitement. ” I ask. ” she says. ” I ask, thinking about it. I mean, if she wants to have a party at our house, I guess that would be okay. We have a huge family room that’s pretty good for sleepovers. I mean, we definitely can’t sleep in my room, there are too many unfinished walls. Although I guess we could finish painting tonight, and then Rina and Jess could put their sleeping bags—Wait a minute.
She knocks on my dressing room door. ” I sigh and then open the door. ” she screams, then throws her arms around me. ” “Um . ” I take a deep breath, but before I can answer her, my mom comes into the dressing area from the front of the store. “Oh my God,” she breathes. ” She starts to get tears in her eyes. Which kind of settles it. I mean, you can’t really say no to a dress that’s making the bride cry, especially when the bride is your mother. ” Blake pulls her cell phone out of her purse and starts snapping pics of herself in the full-length mirror.
And I really was hoping I could have a . . a . . ” She blows her nose on her napkin. “But the only people I really know here are Sam and Avery,” Blake says, obviously completely forgetting about Sophie. ” Oh, yeah, sounds fun. Not. “Of course,” my mom says, and reaches over, taking Blake’s hand. ” I ask suspiciously. “Maybe we could all watch a movie in the rec room,” Blake says. “You and Avery are not going to be left alone with some boy,” Will says. “He’s not really some boy,” I say, before I realize what I’m doing.