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Lana’s Ex Prom Date
by Amy Sparling
Genre: YA Romance
Release Date: Dec. 13th, 2016
Lana Clarke just got asked out by one of the hottest guys in school. Toby Fitzgerald is undeniably gorgeous, but his charismatic personality makes Lana the envy of every girl at Fawkes High. Senior prom is right around the corner, and although Lana had planned on a stag outing with her friends, Ashlyn and Bennet, Toby asks her to be his date in the most romantic way ever. Her friends are bummed, but support her anyway. After all, Toby Fitzgerald is the boyfriend everyone wants.
Lana’s life is now perfect—until Toby breaks up with her three days before prom.
But he’s a nice guy, and he still wants to take her to prom as a friend. After all, they’d already rented a limo and picked out Lana’s dress together. Her friends think she shouldn’t ditch them for a guy who ditched her, but when she discovers Toby’s secret, she’ll have to choose between lying to her friends, or lying to the whole school.
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She puts a warm hand on my shoulder and squeezes. “Don’t you worry. Your true love is out there, and you’ll find him. He’ll be the one who listens and who you can truly tell anything to. That’s important, you know.”
Even though I knew she was trying to give me advice from the start, I didn’t think it’d be as profound as it is. She makes a really good point about guys. Toby is just a guy under everything. Yeah, he’s super cute and popular and he’s nice to me. But he’s not true love material. There’s no way I’d tell him anything even remotely embarrassing. I wouldn’t tell him my deepest fears or hopes or dreams. I’d feel stupid.
I actually kissed him earlier and haven’t talked to him since. That’s not love. That’s not anything close to it.
Oddly, I feel better now. So what if I humiliated myself in front of Toby? He’s just a guy I’m going to date in high school. One day I’ll meet my version of an Uncle Mike, and he’ll be the guy I can tell stuff to. He’ll listen and he’ll be there for me no matter what.
My heart warms up at the very idea of this mysterious man. In a way, I already have someone like that in my life, a guy I can tell anything to.
“Thanks Aunt Shawna,” I say, giving her a genuine smile. “That really helps me feel better.”
“Anytime, sweetheart.” She gives me this knowing wink and then begins closing down the register.
I head over to the front door and turn the OPEN sign over, then I lock the front door since I leave out the back on each night. I’m feeling better now that I have a plan for my future. Toby might forgive me for this award day, but he probably won’t stick around forever. I need to find a guy I can trust and talk to. A guy like Bennet.
Amy Sparling is the author of The Summer Unplugged Series, Deadbeat & other awesome books for younger teens. She lives in Texas and has an addictioWebsiten to sparkly nail polish, taking photos of her cute dog, and swooning over book boyfriends.
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