It's All Your Fault

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"Paul Rudnick makes me lie hysterical on the floor, screeching with laughter and sobbing with fury that I can't write the way he does." -- E. Lockhart, author of We Were Liars and The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks My name is Caitlin and up until forty-eight hours ago I had never: Tasted alcohol, kissed a boy, sang in public at the top of my lungs, kidnapped anyone or -- WHAT? STOLEN A CONVERTIBLE? Now I'm in jail and I have no idea what I'm going to tell: The police, my parents, the mayor, all of those camera crews and everyone on Twitter. I have just noticed that: My nose is pierced and I have-WAIT? IS THAT A TATTOO? I blame one person for this entire insane weekend: My famous cousin. Who is also my former best friend. Who I have HATED for the past four years. Who I miss like crazy. NO I DON'T!!!! IT'S ALL YOUR FAULT, HELLER HARRIGAN!!!!
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AmyEM Regency
February 9, 2016
Absolutely fantastic. I was in from the first page!
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Seventeen-year-old Caitlin Singleberry is a proper Christian teenager and member of a family singing group, but today she has been given a truly impossible assignment--keep her cousin Heller Harrigan, Hollywood wild child, out of trouble for the last weekend before her first big movie debuts.
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Caitlin is a pure, homeschooled, sheltered, Christian girl from a large family that sings religious songs together. It has been four years since something happened between her and her cousin Heller ...

About the author

Paul Rudnick is a novelist, playwright, and screenwriter. His screenplays include "Addams Family Values" and "In&Out," and he's written for "Vogue," "Entertainment Weekly," "Vanity Fair," and the "New Yorker." His plays have been produced both on and off Broadway and around the world and include "I Hate Hamlet" and "Jeffrey." His first young adult novel was "Gorgeous," which Libba Bray for the "New York Times" called "a wicked good time." Under the pen name Libby Gelman-Waxner, he is also the world's most beloved and irresponsible film critic. Paul lives in New York City.

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