Very cute, but this had more of a YA feel than NA. The main character seemed immature and hadn't made the move from "high-school" living (still with mommy and daddy) to venturing out on her own. There were some funny areas, but, again, the humor seemed geared more toward highschoolers.
Kelly was slightly immature and it came out in her thoughts and inner dialogue. I didn’t find anything about this book to attract the new adult audience.
That being said, I did love the idea of the Friday night alibi girl. I thought that was a new, fresh idea. It was cute and I think a lot of teens will enjoy the concept.