This is cute and quirky, and I have become rather fond of this author. She writes characters who are flawed but lovable, and I enjoy that.
In this story, Gia’s friends think she’s lying about her very real college boyfriend, so when he breaks up with her in the parking lot at prom, she begs a stranger to be her fill-in boyfriend for just one night. She can’t stand the idea that her friends think she’s a liar, and she is fixated on proving them wrong. The problem is, when he fake breaks-up with her shortly after the charade begins, she kind of misses him. Romantic madness ensues.