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Perfectly Ridiculous (My Perfectly Misunderstood Life Book #3)

A Universally Misunderstood Novel

Perfectly Ridiculous (My Perfectly Misunderstood Life Book #3) by Kristin Billerbeck
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Daisy Crispin is at a crossroads. In one direction lies the promised land--life at college, away from her embarrassing and overprotective parents. In the other direction is reality--her strapped bank account, an ailing father, and family priorities. Daisy knows the "perfect" daughter wouldn't have to think twice. But maybe Daisy was never really perfect on any level, because she does not want her life to look the way her parents think it should. She won't let that stop her, though. Now that she has been given an exciting free trip to Argentina before going to college, she's thrilled--until her parents decide to go along with her.

Hilarious and all too true to life, Perfectly Ridiculous gives teen girls more of what they want and love to read from Kristin Billerbeck.
Baker Publishing Group; July 2012
ISBN 9781441238061
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Title: Perfectly Ridiculous (My Perfectly Misunderstood Life Book #3)
Author: Kristin Billerbeck
 
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