High school senior Justina Griffith was never the girl who dreamed of going to prom. Designer dresses and strappy heels? Not her thing. Can losing out at her prom ultimately lead to finding true love? Ditched: A Love Story by Robin Mellom. Publication Date: January 1, ; Genres: Fiction. PROLOGUE: Food, a cell phone, and my dignity all things I do not have I don’t know how I ended up on the side of Hollister Road, lying in this ditch.

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Then there’s a ditch. With no purse and no cell phone, Justina wanders into a nearby convenience store, and that is where she meets Gilda and Donna. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.

I remember being a teen and realize now that the things I thought were so important that if they didn’t get fixed right away that I would die, were petty things. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Heading to the nearest 7 Eleven to call for a ride, Justina ends up telling her story to a lady that works aa.

She talked about it openly, used the lingo, sent some of the characters to a head shop. She had a despicable attitude. ARC provided by netgalley dot com. There were some hilarious after prom scenes such as when they head to In-N-Out. Feb 03, Menna rated it liked it Shelves: It goes something like this The book alternates between the present in the and the events of the diched before. One month from today, a super blood wolf moon eclipse sory rise.


Ditched: A Love Story

I loved the idea of best friends trying to figure out if they should be more with the stress of prom hanging over their heads. The ending left me fizzy with joy.

Justina’s story can be mapped by the stains on her dress, and each lov nudged Justina toward explaining how she got every stain, rip, and bruise and tattoo. A Love Story on your Kindle in under a minute. I was disappointed because I thought I would like this book, but in the end the book was a giant failure for me all because of Justina. Robun wasn’t just hilarious but also compelling and a little mind-spinning.

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The problems encountered weren’t that much of a deal. Actually, it probably doesn’t go the way anyone expected.

I mean, can all this happen in one single night? I loved how it alternated between the past and the present and how Justina was telling the story.

Can losing out at her prom ultimately lead to finding true love? You can’t put the book stogy because you just have to know where that next stain came from and where the french fry looking bruise came from on her leg. Heading to a local she meets the store clerk and one of the regulars and proceeds to tell them exactly how she ended up looking like she did a d just exactly how her night turned out so bad.

That said, she never expected her best friend, Ian Clark, to ask her.

Originally posted at Small Review. Karen Klein, Staff Reviewer. The book lobe told through flashbacks. Designer dresses and strappy heels? There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Dec 20, Jennifer rated it really liked it. The storyline was implausible. Well, I will say I liked the voice. The other characters get maybe a word to describe them.


Ian, who promised her the most amazing night at prom. The stains really tell the story of how her night went so wrong. Its been a long time since I was a teen, but brought back some crazy memories. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime.

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So, as you can tell from my blabbering on and on about this book that I really liked it. The Mikes and their dates were such good companions for Justina during most of her adventures. But she knows if she’s going to break her rule, Ian is the guy to do it with. This book is so much fun! She is freaking crazy and I love her! The chapters are short and serve as little interludes where the cashier and, later, one of the customers who stays to listen, chime in with their opinions and sympathy.

I absolutely loved it. He knows when her blood sugar is getting low and she is in need of a peanut butter cookie and she knows every facial expression he has and ditchfd what ditche mean. There, she starts to tell the story of her prom night to the store clerk. The logic she came up with half the time was pure comical.