High school senior Justina Griffith was never the girl who dreamed of going to prom. Designer dresses and strappy heels? Not her thing. Can losing out at her prom ultimately lead to finding true love? Ditched: A Love Story by Robin Mellom. Publication Date: January 1, ; Genres: Fiction. PROLOGUE: Food, a cell phone, and my dignity all things I do not have I don’t know how I ended up on the side of Hollister Road, lying in this ditch.

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Ultimately, she adds up to one big contradiction. Jul 14, Bethanyv rated it liked it. He is panicking because he has no idea where she is and what is going on. All in all, Ditched, A Love Story is a cute story about love and a girl’s journey to finally find it. Cancel reply Enter your comment here A three-legged Chihuahua was involved. I loved how he bore all of Justina’s antics.

First it starts with dying her shoes to match the dress, and it end with her jumping out of a car.

And I don’t know where Robin Mellom came up with it, but dog swapping is so awesome, if not a little bit cruel. The stains really tell the story of how her night went so wrong. Now, as the sun rises over her small town, and with only the help of some opinionated ladies at the 7-Eleven, Justina must piece together — stain by stain on her thrift-store dress — exactly how she ended up dateless.

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Email required Address never made public. Jasmine Top 10 Reviewer View all my reviews They just happened to be perfect together, but kept missing the opportunities.

So she never expected her best friend, Ian Clark, to ask her.

Book Review: Ditched: A Love Story by Robin Mellom |

High school senior Justina Griffith was never the girl who dreamed of going to prom. Then there’s a ditch. One month from today, a super blood wolf moon eclipse will rise. I highly recommend this book. Read this book I decided to pick up Ditched because I was in one of those two-ice-cream-tubs pity party moods.

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Horrible, one of the worst books ive read. We will also be robij a give You are commenting using your Facebook account. Definitely a good pick if you’re looking for a fun romantic comedy. So absolutely charming llove fun, like Sixteen Candles! I’m usually a sucker for cute, fun reads, and I thought this would be what I was looking for, but I was wrong.

Which is basically this: First, you feel sympathy for Justina’s kiss-less awkwardness around Ian because, come on, it’s turning into a case of ‘wrong time for the moment’. You remember those teen magazines, like Cosmo Girl, Teen People and whatever and they had those write-in columns for embarrassing moments?

Between each of these interludes is a larger chapter chronicling a part of Justina’s prom night. Ian has promised Justina the best night of her life at their prom, her own personal stain fighter. Disney-Hyperion; Reprint edition January 1, Language: She abandoned all notion of logic and thought of the worst in every single situation despite the numerous people shoving calm logic down her throat.

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Read this if you are looking for a cute, funny, light read. I liked these sections and they made me feel like I was another random person who stopped to listen to Justina tell her crazy story. The novel had me laughing out loud – no matter if it’s better suited for a younger audience, it entertained lov for the short time I spent with it, and that’s all I can ask for, really.

I also liked how these chapters provided a frame for the plot to work within. As a story that is told in two different time periods – the present and long flashbacks to the past, it is easy to follow and no questions are left at the end. Ever since he wore that one shirt, she can’t help but imagine how their first kiss would go. So, as she’s telling her story, you think the whole time, ‘Gah!