Homecoming Queen (Carter House Girls, Book 3)

Homecoming Queen (Carter House Girls, Book 3) - Melody Carlson Usually, when reviewing a book in the middle of a series such as "Carter House Girls," I would say that you'll like this if you liked the previous outings, but if you didn't, then this isn't worth reading. That's true for this novel, but I have more to say than just that: For one, this novel tackles the issue of misuse of prescription drugs, and does it quite well. One complaint I do have is that the ending was a bit Disney-fied; it seemed too unrealistic to me. It was still an enjoyable read, and I look forward to the next few volumes in the series.