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In the sequel to The Mariposa Club, devoted Maui, fabulous Trini, and Goth-boy Liberace discover that the miedo and drama of life as a senior in high school is never-ending. The cure: friendship. But the bonds between the trio are tested; Sebasti�n, the handsome son of a wealthy developer crushes on Maui's eye-and the attraction is mutual but oh-so-complicated; Trini must ...more
Paperback, 230 pages
Published September 7th 2012 by Tincture
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Apr 01, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I liked the book. I will finish the series. As I probably mentioned in the first book, I liked how the characters have intersectional identities. Chicanx and LGBTQ. It felt very relatable.
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Directly following the events that transpired in Mariposa Club, the foursome-turned-threesome now is in their last semester of high school and with the failed club endeavor, they decide they need to go out with a bang. A prom queen that is actually a queen...a dragqueen.

Besides the prom project, the town welcomes a construction tycoon that causes problems with some of the college students that have problems with gentrification. Along with the tycoon, comes his very attractive son, who also happ
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