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The (Best) Worst Case Scenario Sandy Hall


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Scenario: A Musical Theater Lock-In you've been looking forward to all summer long.

Best Case: You and all your best friends have a fabulous time, your crush falls madly in love with you, and you get amazing material for your college applications that gets you early admittance into their theater programs.

Worst Case: Your best friend brings your mortal enemy to the lock-in and insists that you be on the same team mere hours after you catch your father making out with the person in charge of the lock-in. The drama totally overwhelms you, making it impossible to charm your crush and leaving you wanting to lay down on the floor and cry. Not exactly a formula for success.


I let out a sigh that sounds more like a groan and a person I didn’t realize was standing in front of the table laughs.

I look up at him, having to crane my neck way more than usual, because this dude is tall. And lanky. And hot. Like surfer hot, which is not a look I even realized I was attracted to.

I am smitten.

And momentarily speechless. I clear my throat, trying to remember the intricacies of speech. Why is it so difficult?

“Hi,” I say, my voice barely a breath.

“Hey,” he says, with a head bob and a smile that makes me want to smile back.

So I do.


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Hardcover: $17.99
ISBN 9781250119124

E-book: $9.99
ISBN 9781250119117


Been Here All Along:

"It really was everything I had hoped it would be. . . If you need a cute romance to end your summer with, read this. It’s sweet. It’s adorable. It’s full of emotions. It’s one of the best romances I’ve ever read, and I’ll be reading this one again multiple times." —Here's to Happy Endings

"Such a fun, adorable read . . . another fun addition to Hall’s repertoire of swoonworthy reads." —Good Books & Good Wine

Signs Point to Yes:

“Funny and charming, all signs point to yes that this sweet story of love—whether in romance, friendship, or family—has something for everyone.” —Booklist

A Little Something Different:

“A fun, light romance that will appeal to male and female readers alike.” —School Library Journal

“Romance with a twist.” —Booklist

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partington00908 on Oct. 23, 2016, 10:06 p.m. said:


this is a nice book

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