Review: I Kissed Shara Wheeler by Casey McQuiston


Casey McQuiston


From the New York Times bestselling author of One Last Stop and Red, White & Royal Blue comes a romantic comedy about chasing down what you want, only to find what you need…

Chloe Green is so close to winning. After her moms moved her from SoCal to Alabama for high school, she’s spent the past four years dodging gossipy classmates and the puritanical administration of Willowgrove Christian Academy. The thing that’s kept her going: winning valedictorian. Her only rival: prom queen Shara Wheeler, the principal’s perfect progeny.

But a month before graduation, Shara kisses Chloe and vanishes.

On a furious hunt for answers, Chloe discovers she’s not the only one Shara kissed. There’s also Smith, Shara’s longtime quarterback sweetheart, and Rory, Shara’s bad boy neighbor with a crush. The three have nothing in common except Shara and the annoyingly cryptic notes she left behind, but together they must untangle Shara’s trail of clues and find her. It’ll be worth it, if Chloe can drag Shara back before graduation to beat her fair and square.

Thrown into an unlikely alliance, chasing a ghost through parties, break-ins, puzzles, and secrets revealed on monogrammed stationery, Chloe starts to suspect there might be more to this small town than she thought. And maybe—probably not, but maybe—more to Shara, too.

Fierce, funny, and frank, Casey McQuiston’s I Kissed Shara Wheeler is about breaking the rules, getting messy, and finding love in unexpected places.

● Chloe
● senior year
● timeline: prom to graduation
● Shara is the prom queen
● Shara Wheeler runs away on prom night
● Shara kissed Chloe, Smith, and Rory prior to running away
● Shara left each of them a note with clues to where she is
● Chloe, Smith, and Rory work together to find Shara
● Smith is Shara’s boyfriend
● Rory is Shara’s neighbor
● Rory & Smith used to be best friends as kids
● small-town in the bible-belt
● Paper Towns by John Green vibes
● contemporary young adult

**Complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review.**

Audiobook source: NetGalley
Narrator: Natalie Naudus
Length: 9H 25M

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