Now OCD has become BOCD! The boys change everything. So instead of making this a chance to flirt with the boys and get their ex's back, Massie has comes up with the NPC. The New Pretty Committee, the one on a boyfast. Another one of Massie's crazy ideas.
Can Massie stick to the boyfast herself or will she have to kick herself out of the exclusive group?
Alicia is finally getting a chance with Josh Hotz, but will it all be ruined by Massie latest scheme? Or will she be caught?
Dylan is ready to give up on boys. Will she be able to help the girls stay together?
Kristen turned into a total surfer chick over the summer. Will the others approve?
Claire still can not stop thinking about Cam. Exactly what she did all summer. But now he has a new girlfriend, and that doesn't make her very happy. What will she do to get him attracted to her again?
And with an entire school of boys at OCD, where are all these people going to fit? How will the problems be solved? And maybe the "solution" is just the start of more problems.
This is the one group of girls I love reading about, but also laugh at because of all the stupid things they do. It's fun to watch them make huge mistakes, but they always come back in a BIG way!
In this ninth Clique novel, the Pretty Committee (PC) is OUT and the New Pretty Committee (NPC) is IN. Faced with an invasion of Briarwood boys on Octavian Country Day Schools turf, Massies alpha status dreams of 8th grade begin to fade like last years Chanel tote. Massie announces a boyfast, thats absolutely no flirting and no texting. The girls friendships are put to the test as one of their own is expelled from the NPC. The girls learn how to balance their own sense of self in a new world full of crushes. Lisi Harrison walks a fine line between expensive dreams of manolo shoes and designer handbags and alienating the average reader, who cant afford Tiffanys, to an LBR status (thats Loser Beyond Repair). In the end, I heart the Clique novels and Lisi Harrison for her strong female characters that are as flawed as they are perfect.