Friday Night Alibi: A Novel – Ebook written by Cassie Mae. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline. 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. 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.

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It was lighthearted, funny, and so sweet. You worry too much about being perfect.

The innocent gestures and internal dialogue cause me to sigh, or laugh, with the turn of each page. Kelli is all sorts of prim and proper; she goes to church, works at a Christian bookstore, is predictable and responsible. She meets college stud Chase Maroney. Friday Night Alibi, although categorized as new adult, reads like young adult fiction.

I look forward to reading more of Cassie Mae’s work. And I say guilty because when I lay my hands on one, I tend to read them in one sitting and let all my other responsibilities go to the wayside.

I am also going to be a bit of a snob, there were several references of Chase looking like Joseph Gordon Levitt I literally didn’t put this book down – literally read it cover to cover without stopping, completely sleep deprived the next day and it was so worth it. One with no sex whatsoever Thank goodness I was in my room when I read nighy because my fa I.


Oct 31, Lisa Jayne rated it it nivht amazing Shelves: I have so many descriptions for how this story made me feel, I must warn readers that I’m feeling just a little bit in a frenzy over this story, beware a gushing review will commence. I read it in one sitting- Couldn’t put it down. Contemporary Romance New Adult Romance. For a I love this cover and nigh book!

Friday Night Alibi

This is my first book by this author but it absolutely won’t be my last. It’s not a big deal to him, though. Well-written and very few editing errors which certainly made the plus column.

As Chase and Kelli spend more time together Kelli discovers that Chase has a lot of secrets vassie hides, and that Chase is worming his way into her heart. A fun easy read while in between books and it did put a smile on my face! Did you hear about that Lindsay Hannigan?

Book Review: Friday Night Alibi by Cassie Mae

Jul 14, The Lusty Literate rated it it was alibl Shelves: The story as a whole is sweet, Chase and Kelli have the potential for a fun romance.

He does attempt to touch her boob at one point, but she doesn’t feel like she’s ready to move that fast.

She was challenging, gave as good as she got and tough. So on casaie Friday when Kelli is an “alibi” her friend asks her to go out and Kelli reluctantly agrees, but when she gets to the pool room she see’s someone she knows and hides.


He’s such a good guy, that he immediately hops off of her and apologizes for trying to get to second base But then she meets college stud Chase Maroney. 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. F thebookpushers Rachel Morgan: This has brought her money, which she doesn’t need, a purpose to feel useful, which she desperately seeks and absolutely zero life.

Friday Night Alibi is fearlessly hilarious and will have you hanging on to every word until the very end. Then the unexpected happens: But he makes my stomach pop popcorn you’d get it if you read this book.

Review – Friday Night Alibi by Cassie Mae | The Book Pushers | Book Reviews | Book Chatter

No trivia or quizzes yet. Your email address will not be published. All of that non-sensical stuff I just tried to describe. As much fun as this book is, Kelli’s a bit to naive to really be believable. Friday Night Alibi is another book I failed at taking review notes for.