The Peace, Love, and Cupcake Girls are ready for a new school year, but are they ready for the, well, drama? When Lexi lands the role of Juliet in the upcoming performance of Romeo and Juliet, she couldn’t be more excited, but when she finds out the leading man opposite her is her secret crush, Jeremy, the PLC gang sets its sights on match-making. Things go quickly awry, though, when Jeremy throws away the “Bake Me I’m Yours” cupcake Lexi anonymously gives him. That’s not all! It seems that Jeremy has a few odd habits. For one, it turns out he doesn’t eat any desert during lunch period. Then they notice that he keeps a stash of nuts with him at all times. Not to mention his over-frequent visits to the nurse’s office. What could be up with Jeremy?
Curious how a mother and daughter write a book together? The two have a unique and fun process for writing. Carrie cooked up the idea for the series when she was just seven years old, and a little under a year ago they put out their first book together. Carrie is sharp and candid about her love for cupcakes. She manages a cupcake blog of her own and is an avid cupcake connoisseur. Her mom Sheryl is the co-author of the New York Times Bestseller Soul Surfer. The two work side-by-side to think up adventures that will be both entertaining and insightful. When asked what inspired her to write the series, Carrie said that she wanted to write about the awesome friends she had at school.
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