Published by St. Martin's Press on May 3, 2022
Also by this author: Red, White & Royal Blue, One Last Stop
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
About I Kissed Shara Wheeler
Two high school seniors couldn’t be more different or more competitive with each other. Chloe is a Californian transplant to False Beach, AL. She’s out as bi, child of two moms, not Christian, and unwilling to be anyone other than her prickly, driven self, determined to be class valedictorian.
Her only competitor is Shara Wheeler, daughter of their Christian school’s principal and pastor. Girl next door beautiful, dating the school’s star quarterback, do-gooder and seemingly perfect embodiment of her town’s ideals.
Shara disappears during Prom. And Chloe is determined to find out why. What she does instead is discover that Shara’s left clues for herself, Smith – the quarterback boyfriend, and Rory, Smith’s former BF and Shara’s neighbor who’s crushed on her for years.
Through untangling the clues and their feelings about Shara and each other, lots of revelations and realizations happen.
My thoughts about I Kissed Shara Wheeler
Warmth, kindness, all the types of love with a generous helping of sparkling wit and snark twine throughout this book like Casey McQuiston’s other books, Red, White & Royal Blue and One Last Stop.
🌸All the witty banter you could want
🌸Theatre kid shoutouts
🌸Enemies to lovers
🌸Small town politics
🌸Cranky elder statescat
🌸Trail of clues
🌸Climbing into bedroom windows
🌸Finding your tribe
🌸Lots of feels
Casey McQuiston is an amazing writer and definitely automatically on my Must Read list.
Thank you St. Martin’s Press for the ARC.
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