Friday Night Alibi

Friday Night Alibi Rising star Cassie Mae introduces New Adult readers to a practical soon to be college freshman who seems to have everything until a special guy shows her what she s been missing In the wealthy town of

  • Title: Friday Night Alibi
  • Author: Cassie Mae
  • ISBN: 9780345548818
  • Page: 402
  • Format: ebook
  • Rising star Cassie Mae introduces New Adult readers to a practical soon to be college freshman who seems to have everything until a special guy shows her what she s been missing In the wealthy town of Sundale, Kelli Pinkins has hatched the perfect plan to capitalize on her sweet reputation For a generous fee, she will be every trust fund baby s dream a Friday night alRising star Cassie Mae introduces New Adult readers to a practical soon to be college freshman who seems to have everything until a special guy shows her what she s been missing In the wealthy town of Sundale, Kelli Pinkins has hatched the perfect plan to capitalize on her sweet reputation For a generous fee, she will be every trust fund baby s dream a Friday night alibi, the girlfriend or BFF that parents dream about With college approaching in the fall, Kelli s services are in demand than ever, which means that her social life is nonexistent But Kelli is A okay with that She s raking in cash for school Besides, relationships are tricky, and sometimes very messy She d rather be at home on Xbox LIVE, anyway Then the unexpected happens She meets college stud Chase Maroney Chase isn t like the preppy, privileged guys Kelli usually meets in Sundale For starters, he s twentysomething, always wears black and he shoots back one liners as fast as she can dish them out But Kelli s attempts to drive Chase away falter when she realizes that he treats her like he really knows her, like he cares about knowing her When Kelli finally gives in to the delicious kiss she s been fighting for so long, she faces a tough decision make Chase a real life boyfriend and risk her heart or keep her clients and lose her first true love.Advance praise for Friday Night Alibi Totally entertaining with as many swoon worthy moments as hilarious ones, Friday Night Alibi is a must read Jolene Perry, co author of Out of Play A fun, funny, and fantastic story, this is one you will read in a day, and pick up to re read again the next Kelley Lynn, author of Fraction of Stone

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  • Cassie Mae

    CASSIE MAE is the author of a few hundred okay, maybe not that many books, some of which became popular for their quirky titles, characters, and stories She likes writing about nerds, geeks, the awkward, the fluffy, the short, the shy, the loud, the fun.Since publishing her bestselling debut, Reasons I Fell for the Funny Fat Friend, she s signed several Romance titles with Random House Loveswept, and founded CookieLynn Publishing Services She is represented by Sharon Pelletier at Dystel Goderich Literary Management Along with writing, Cassie likes to binge watch Once Upon a Time and The Flash She can quote Harry Potter lines quick as a whip And she likes kissing her hubby, but only if his facial hair is trimmed She also likes cheesecake to a very obsessive degree.You can stalk, talk, or send pictures of Luke Bryan to her on her Facebook pagessiemaeauthorFacebook cassiemaeauthor


  • FIVE STICKY ORANGE, POPCORNY STARS.I've got a huge case of the heart-in-mouth feels, I want a 'hold me tight hug' right now, I can't resist young love that makes me smile, my heart is beating hard and fast, I didn't want this book to ever end, sweeter than any sugar covered sweets, I'll hold these characters in my heart forever and ever, I'm on a dreamy book cloud, wishing for a lasting happily ever after, I'm smiling so much I could burst I have so many descriptions for how this story made me [...]

  • 3.5 Enjoyable StarsTo say Kelli Pinkins has an interesting after school job would be an understatement. In the ultra-wealthy, uber pretentious town of Sundale, GA apparently teenagers can’t so much as jaywalk without their parents finding out and taking away their trust fund. Dating anyone their parents don’t approve of means the shit would really hit the fan but luckily these teenagers have another option; paying Kelli to be their Friday night alibi. For the right price Kelli will provide t [...]

  • WANTED: Someone to smack some sense into me when I request these kinds of books. DNF At 16%:Oh, Moron is so the right name for him. His dang ego stands in the way of him finding out I'm only doing this to show him who has the upper hand in this relationship.Whoa, I mean ugh, this isn't a relationship. It's an antagoni-ship? Enemi-ship? Grr let's just call it I-hate-your-dang-tude-and-I'm-gonna-make-you-pay-for-being-a-pervert thing. Yeah, that's what we have.

  • *3.5 CUTE STARS!*I did enjoy this, especially the beginning but unfortunately certain things really bugged me The nicknames they had for one another 'stinky' and 'moron' ugh some people might find it cute whereas I found it so annoying they aren't five years old! I love Cassie Mae's writing she has a way of making things funny and the banter always really good but I couldn't help but keep comparing this to Switched and how much more I loved that to this! I did find Kelli and Chase adorable but I [...]

  • I. LOVED. This. Book. Absolutely, utterly amazing! Everything about it was perfect. So funny, so sweet, and a brilliant book. Friday Night Alibi is definitely my new favorite summer read. I don't even have enough words to say how much I loved it.I don't think I've ever had a book make me laugh this much. I was literally laughing out loud during this entire book. And when I wasn't laughing, I was smiling so widely that my cheeks hurt. Thank goodness I was in my room when I read this because my fa [...]

  • ARC received on behalf of Random House Publishing Group - Flirt from NetGalley.I adored this story, but there was just something that I can't put my finger on that it was missing though. I am also going to be a bit of a snob, there were several references of Chase looking like Joseph Gordon Levitt that by itself knocked this down a notch. Sorry to any JGL fans, but nope that's just not happening.Do not want to picture this while reading a romance, even one on a more PG side of things (view spoil [...]

  • Sweet, funny, swoon-worthy romantic novel that reminds me of some of Jennifer Echols' first romantic comedies.Thank you to Random House Publishing - Flirt for the ARC on Netgalley.Such a sweet cover. So glad it's not a headshot of a girl and a guy staring at each other or getting ready to kiss. There's so much I enjoyed about FRIDAY NIGHT ALIBI, so here's my list:1. I was fascinated that Kelli Pinkins came up with the idea of charging people to be their alibi while they went and did something th [...]

  • I read recently that the YA category is the most difficult category to find a book that you completely fall in love with. There aren't any steamy sex scenes or anything graphic or scandalous that would be inappropriate for a young audience. The story and characters have to be enough to make the reader fall in love with the book.And, I am so in love with this book! One of my favorite ever! I literally didn't put this book down - literally read it cover to cover without stopping, completely sleep [...]

  • WOW. Wow. WOW! This is the sweetest story I have read in a long time. It made me laugh out loud, cry and will seriously tug at your heart. I read it in one sitting- Couldn't put it down.Kelli Pickins is the girl who has it all, or at least it looks like she does from the outside anyway. In the super rich town of Sundale, Kelli is the girl you say you were with when you were really out with the girl-or guy-that your trust fund hostage holding parents find undesirable. For a price, Kelli has carve [...]

  • 3.5 starsGreat plot. Super writing! The nicknames were fresh to see! Sometimes I wished the story moved faster BUT I read it in almost one afternoon. I love the ESR (easy, sexy, romantic) ones!!

  • Find This and Other Reviews At Craves The Angst.Friday Night Alibi is a YA Contemporary Romance written by Cassie Mae. I received this ARC in exchange for an honest review by Random House Publishing Group - Flirt through NetGalley.4 Lovely, Flirtatious Stars!Quirky and Fun! A Sweet and Enjoyable YA Romance for Everyone!The Review:I really enjoyed Friday Night Alibi. It was a light romance that was incredibly sweet, often hilarious and simply charming. The characters were interesting and their an [...]

  • May be a 4.5 starsI'm still waffling. I seriously love Ms. Mae's writing "voice"I fell in love with it in Reasons I Fell for the Funny Fat Friend, and knew I would be a fan for life. And this book did not let me down. I think in the end, I just got so frustrated with Kelli and could not personally relate to her, and that's basically the only reason this is not a solid 4.5 rounded up to 5 star book. It's not that Kelli was unlikeable, it was just that I didn't always fully buy her complete aversi [...]

  • I love this cover and this book! Ok, not a fair review since I am the editor but hey, I can't help myself. Cassie is a fantastic author who is launching our Flirt imprint - I do hope you enjoy her story.Rising star Cassie Mae introduces New Adult readers to a practical soon-to-be college freshman who seems to have everything—until a special guy shows her what she’s been missing.In the wealthy town of Sundale, Kelli Pinkins has hatched the perfect plan to capitalize on her sweet reputation. F [...]

  • Friday Night Alibi, although categorized as new adult, reads like young adult fiction. As a fan of many YA titles, I decided to make an allowance and continued to read. To my dismay, I was constantly distracted by the unsophisticated choices made by the author. The writing feels overly adolescent and forced with crude vocabulary and recurrent juvenile acts by main characters, Kelli and Chase. The tone shifts and matures a little further into the story as we discover Kelli and Chase are both lone [...]

  • 4.8 Sweet Orange Flavored Stars! I think i just found my new favorite author!! After reading Switched, im so eager to read another Cassie Mae book! Enjoyed reading this book! Another light, funny, good humored and refreshing read. No heavy and over the top drama. This one really satisfied my needs and wants for romance book. Humor, sweet, sexy, slow burn, i-hate-you-but-i-want-you kind of book. The relationship between Kelli and Chase was slow building. It's so cute to see how their romance prog [...]

  • A cute little frolic into the YA genre where the rich kids apparently need Friday night alibis to assure hanging on to their trust funds. It’s a little on the unbelievably zany side but I'll give kudos for a stab at new and refreshing.Well-written and very few editing errors which certainly made the plus column. Fun-to-read.

  • Cassie Mae is brilliant! Kelli and Chase are so much fun, and had me laughing from the "gum incident." I love some playful banter turned HOT! This book had me laughing out loud, tearing up, blushing and everything in between. I can't get enough of these characters or their sweet amazing story. Definitely a book I can read again and again.

  • Initial reaction: Very cool story. I'll admit this started rocky and it had cliches that made me roll my eyes more than once, but I really liked watching the development of the relationship between Chase and Kelli. Kelli can be a little on the goofy side in her internal voice, but she's likable, and I think she's typical of a chick-lit heroine. Chase has his annoying moments, but he's very respectful towards Kelli, and it's refreshing to see that even with the way he teases her, they have a good [...]

  • Thanks to NetGalley for a copy of this bookHave you been searching for a good clean romance? One with no sex whatsoevert even the Fade To Black scenes? A book with a heroine who's moral standards keep her from hopping in the sack with a boy just because he's perfect for her?Yeah, me neither.But if you know someone who is looking for something like that, you can recommend Friday Night Alibi to them!Ok, the premise is actually really weird. Like, Syfy channel weird.Sundale is a community filled to [...]

  • Everyone of Kelli's fridays are booked but she's as lonely as she's ever been. She is safe and the good girl that all the parents want their daughters to be like and their boys to marry, so Kelli decides to profit from that by being everyones alibi for a price. In Sundale all the kids have trust funds and fear they will loose them if they bring home the wrong girl or guy so they hire Kelli and Kelli provides the perfect alibi for every occasion. Kelli's Friday night's are spend playing Halo with [...]

  • To start with, I absolutely loved the idea of this book because it was so fun and different. Kelli is a really sweet girl who combines helping out her friends while making a large pile of cash at the same time. Sundale is a town where the kids are supposed to behave properly, date the right people and generally have a perfect reputation. If they don’t, they’ll lose their trust funds. So, Kelli becomes everyone’s Friday night alibi so they can all do what they really want. Poor Kelli though [...]

  • I won Friday Night Alibi in a Days of Christmas giveaway, it is one of the two Cassie Mae books I didn’t already own at the time. As always, Cassie does not disappoint in giving me a great story to smile and laugh at. Her characters always feel like real people who you know or want to know in real life.What I Loved: The ‘foreplay’ of this book was the greatest, the bickering, jabs and pranks made for amusing relationship development. Then once things got heated up between Kelli and Chase, [...]

  • Talk about grinning from ear to ear – FRIDAY NIGHT ALIBI had me giddy happy and hugging my kindle, not to mention ignoring my family for the half a day I spent reading it. FRIDAY NIGHT ALIBI is a humorous and refreshingly clean new/young adult book that makes you fall in love with each of the characters and every part of their lives. (And its not clean in the cheesy, written for younger people way – Cassie Mae is able to include so much passion and romance that you don’t feel like you need [...]

  • Need an alibi for Friday night? Dinner date, movie night? You name it Kelli has it covered, for a price. Kelli is the Friday Night Alibi for those who don't want to lose their trust funds by dating the wrong type of person. Kelli Pinkins is the ideal girlfriend or friend to be associated with. The only person who know about Kelli's business is her best friend Sadie, her gamer friend on Friday nights, and the people she is an alibi for.Friday Night Alibi is another book I failed at taking review [...]

  • 3.5 Friday Night Alibi is the story of Kelli Pinkins, good little rich Christian girl, who spends her Friday nights locked in her room playing X-Box, watching movies, or doing anything that doesn’t require her to go out. Why? Because she’s an alibi. People give her money to pretend that they were hanging out with her while they are with other people, people that their parents wouldn’t approve of. Sounds…boring, right? Well, Kelli thinks she’s doing good and therefore doesn’t mind sta [...]

  • E-Arc from NetgalleyI would qualify this book as YA rather than NA, simply because Kelli hasn't really set out into the "adult" world yet: she's a sheltered 18 year-old who lives at home, grapples with few to no difficult, "real life" problems, and thinks that the growing-up step between high school and college is scaling back on how much glitter is in your make-up. But that's splitting hairs, and age-bracket placement doesn't *really* matter when everything comes down to: this book was TERRIBLE [...]

  • Ok, I love a good romance novel, but I am so happy that there are still new books out there where the main characters are at least considering saving themselves. :)Kelli is running her own small business, despite barely being done with high school. She is an alibi. Kelli's 'clients' pay her to pretend that she is doing something with them, while they go do something elsemething else that would lose them their trust fund. So, since Kelli is supposed to be with someone else every Friday night, and [...]

  • From the very beginning, I was immediately captivated by the book. Kelli, the main character has a great voice and is witty. I love the whole overall idea of being the "Alibi", to many times in society, young people feel they have to hide their true selves from everyone else. In the town of Sundale however, Kelli offers them an alternative to retain that part of them they need to hide. From beginning to end, this book had my total attention. So much so, I read the entire thing in one sitting and [...]

  • This was a super cute read!! Not at all what I expected but sooooo cute!!Kelli seems to be the perfect girl. The type of girl you can bring home to the family. That's what lead to her business of being the alibi. If you looking to sneak out with someone your family won't approve of then she's your girl. Which leads to a lot of Friday nights spent alone in her room. That is until she meets Chase and everything changes.So first off while these characters are college age this felt like more of a YA [...]

  • Very cute, but this had more of a YA feel than NA. The main character seemed immature and hadn't made the move from "high-school" living (still with mommy and daddy) to venturing out on her own. There were some funny areas, but, again, the humor seemed geared more toward highschoolers.Kelly was slightly immature and it came out in her thoughts and inner dialogue. I didn’t find anything about this book to attract the new adult audience.That being said, I did love the idea of the Friday night al [...]

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