TMI by Patty Blount


TMI by Patty Blount

The girls respect their different viewpoints except for two issues: Chase Gallagher and Ryder West. Chase is the boy next door in love with Megan but she refuses to spend time with him, much to Bailey's disgust. Ryder is the boy Bailey met online and she's falling hard for him. Bailey knows practical Megan would never trust a boy online and so keeps Ryder a secret. When Meg eventually finds out why Bailey's s been blowing her off, she's is furious and does exactly what Bailey always feared - she proves Ryder cannot be trusted. Their feud quickly evolves into a no-holds-barred online battle with poor Chase caught in the middle. As for Ryder? Megan was right all along; he can't be trusted. Because he doesn't exist.


[A] tech-driven cautionary tale . . .Blount addresses the potential perils of online relationships and the sometimes-destructive power of social media without proselytizing.

About the Author

Chocolate-addict PATTY BLOUNT lives on Long Island with her family and a sociopathic fish. She spends her days as a software technical writer documenting facts but her nights are devoted to making stuff up, which is fun except for that time when she added a cliff-hanger ending to an instruction guide.

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336 pages


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Publication date

30th August 2013



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