Fake nails or a nice Manicure: Fake nails are so tacky. A good manicure is the only way to go. I recommend Elise over at Hand to God.
Cheeseburger or Vegetable Wrap: Veggie wrap. Do you have any idea how many fat grams are in a slice of cheese? And that’s not even counting all the grease from the burger. *shudder*
Soda or Water: Diet Coke. It’s my one weakness.
Coach or Louie Vuitton: Hello, BOTH!
Singing or Dancing: Dancing
Coffee or Tea: Neither. They stain your teeth.
Long or Short Dress: Short dress. I did not work this hard for this body to hide it under some Laura Ingalls Wilder outfit.
Heels or Sneakers: Heels.
Chick Flick or Horror Film: Ugh. Neither. We’re always supposed to find those girls in chick flicks all clumsy and awkward and cute. But seriously? With a little more planning and a better wardrobe, she wouldn’t have to fall out of a chair or get caught hanging upside down in a tree to get the guy. It’s just a matter of strategy and presentation. Easy. And don’t even get me started on horror movies—the pretty girl always dies first!
The final book in The Ghost and the Goth Trilogy!
I’ve been trapped in the body of Lily “Ally” Turner for a month now. Talk about a fashion crisis on an epic scale. What worries me more, though, is sometimes I catch Will looking at me like he thinks I’m Lily...or that he wishes I were. Without the good looks of my former self, I don’t know who I am, or if who that is is good enough. I need out of this mess. Now.
Will and I have been looking for a solution, one that would separate me from Lily without killing her. But it’s not going well. Then, when it seems like things couldn’t get any worse, we run into Misty, my former best friend and boyfriend-stealer extraordinaire, who claims she’s being haunted...by me. Seriously?
I’m determined to get to the bottom of who’s pretending to be the spirit of Alona Dare (while I’m pretending to be someone else) and then get the heck out of this body. Or die trying...
I’ll admit it. It’s really weird to look at Alona but see Lily. I do know the difference, though, contrary to what Alona might be saying. And Alona is more than a pretty face to me, not that she would believe that.
Our one lead for some help in this messed up situation might be a page torn from the yellow pages-—the “Psychics” section-—I found in my dad’s stuff. One of the “fakes” seems a bit more real-—and odd-—than the others. Before I can investigate further, though, Alona is off and chasing a ghost that’s probably nothing more than a figment of Misty’s guilty imagination. Now Lily’s family is freaking out because she didn’t come home, my mom is ordering me to stay out of it, and something is definitely wrong with the person formerly known as Lily “Ally” Turner...