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This is the second book in the internationally successful Calypso Chronicles series. Calypso begins the term facing a dilemma: who does she fancy? Freddie (the prince) or Billy (the fit older boy who rescued her from a dog attack) - or both!

While text-flirting with them over the summer break was fun, she knows she has to choose and decides to make the big decision before the La Fiesta Ball. It's the first ball her parents have allowed her to attend, and the pressure is on to find the perfect partner. Billy may be older and have the hero-persona working for him, but Freddie is the one who sets her pulse racing.

Unfortunately, Freddie reveals he won't be attending due to a much grander fabulous ball at the palace with all the other European royals - a more or less Annual-Euro-Royal-Bash. What can Calypso do? And this is on top of all the other things she has to contend with: school, friends, and sharing a room with the vile Honey O'Hare...

©2005 Tyne O' Connell; (P)2007 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd.

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"A fresh and sassy new voice for teenage fiction, this is a hilarious look at the world of 'upmarket' teenage angst in boarding school culture and an expose of what it's like to be ordinary in an extraordinary world." (Publishing News)

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