Where There's A Wolf, There's A Way by Lisi Harrison.
Book three in the Monster High series.
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Summery:Frankie and all of the monsters are reeling from a tragedy. The teenage monsters had an idea of speaking out that they didn't mean harm through a movie to people with their faces hidden. When it was shown there was a little problem...it was just shown without the hidden identities part. Oops. Some of the monster's families, like Frankie have stayed. Other have left or gone into hiding. Not good for Clawdeen's Sassy Sixteen birthday party. But she still hopes for some freedom and some spotlight time. Meanwhile Melody has discovered that she can tell people what to do and they will do it! And that her mom isn't who she thoughts she was...
Romance:Crushes, a few kisses, flirting, attraction/admiring, parents acting mushy.
Inappropriate Romance: Slightly crude jokes, one scene in which the invisible boy Billy gets a spray tan by Candace (Melody's sister) while only wearing underwear.
Language:P--s. Probably s-ck and crap.
Violence:Monsters being hunted (no one really does though), yelling/arguments, going werewolf and almost scaring/attacking some people.
Other: Monsters, siren songs, some Lady Gaga stuff mentioned (lyrics?) as some characters go to a concert.
My Thoughts: Okay. They are cute, pretty exciting and enjoyable. Oh did I mention funny too? However, they can be a little catty and have a few things I don't agree with. Mostly this series is clean and I like it better than Lisi Harrison's other series, The Clique. They aren't amazingly written but they are a fun read. I would recommend to YA. (13+)
My Stars: 3