In this third book in the Ruby Oliver series, Roo is back at Tate Prep, and it’s her thirty-seventh week in the state of Noboyfriend. Her panic attacks are bad, her love life is even worse, and what’s more:

Noel is writing her notes,
Jackson is giving her frogs,
Gideon is helping her cook,
and Finn is making her brownies.

Rumors are flying, and Ruby’s already sucky reputation is heading downhill.

Not only that, she’s also:

Running a bake sale,
learning the secrets of heavy metal therapy,
encountering some seriously smelly feet,
defending the rights of pygmy goats,
and bodyguarding Noel from unwanted advances.

Neurotic, lovable, and painfully believable …Replete with wordplay, footnotes and … lots of laugh-out-loud moments, this is a worthy follow-up for fans….Ruby is smart, confused and often foolish when it comes to love; few characters ring this true. As Ruby would say: complete and utter deliciousness.
— Kirkus Reviews
Despite her obvious insecurities, Ruby is funny–very funny. She expresses herself in a manner both self-deprecating and precocious, with a quirky use of language and an appreciation for the absurd that is thoroughly endearing. A definite purchase if you have the first two in the series; if you don’t, consider getting all three for reluctant readers and lovers of chick-lit.
— School Library Journal