Meet the best new couples of Holiday High in these three hilarious, young adult contemporary romance novels.
My Fake Valentine - Mia's star desperately needs polishing. Can a fake relationship with Austin make her shine?
Geeky Mia knows her reputation could use some help, and basketball phenom Austin is the perfect guy to elevate her from not to hot. All she has to do is help him get his grades up, and Austin will pretend to be her boyfriend.
Fake it till you make it, the saying goes, and Mia and Austin soon realize that opposites do attract. But can their relationship, and their reputations, survive when the whole school finds out they were only faking?
Good Luck Charm - Connor is Kerri’s good luck charm, but is he lucky enough to win her heart
Basketball star Kerri “Killer O’Connor” knows she’s bad luck, but she’s convinced that Connor Murphy is the talisman she needs to change her fate.
Connor never expected to fall for the kooky girl with the crazy superstitions, but can he convince Kerri that he’s more than just her lucky charm?
April Fools' Joke - KC wants payback for Jake’s cruel prank, but is she getting revenge or falling in love?
KC can’t wait for a chance to start over in a new school, until Jake Matthews humiliates her in front of everyone with an epic April Fools’ joke.
When KC attempts to exact her own revenge by catfishing him - she never expected to actually fall for him.
But what happens when Jake finds out the girl he’s in love with is also his sworn enemy?
This series is perfect for fans of Cookie O'Gorman, Jenny Han, Amanda Abram, and Julie Buxbaum.
What listeners say about Holiday High Series: A YA Contemporary Romance Collection
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An A+ Series!
Kellie scores highly again with this wonderful high school series! Great series that's a sure-fire winner in the reading stakes-she's done it again! If you don't read this-you'll get detention!
- Eva Elizabeth
Not many sexual comments
Normally I don't rate books I don't completely finish, but I got the audiobook for free for review. I got 3/4 of the way through it before the content got too much for me. I prefer a much cleaner read. I normally would have stopped sooner but I felt bad since I was supposed to review. As much as a review as I can give, it's a bit of a stereotypical fake dating story, but I like that they're both unsure what the other could see in them.