The fifth installment of The Dating Game is a certainty and hopefully will get back to the basics that made the first three books undeniable winners.
The Dating Game has gotten too hot to handle--at least for the school principal and parents.
Lina realizes she has romantic feelings for Walker, but it may be a little too late since he's begun dating someone else.
And Mads is dealing with her parents and the censorship issue for the most part.
Holly is doing her best to stand her ground against the stressed-out sister of her boyfriend, Rob.
But Mads, Lina, and Holly aren't giving up without a fight.
Madison gets first-hand experience of civil disobedience.
Lina is over her teacher Dan and now wants Walker's attention, only he doesn't seem interested in her anymore.
Sean, Mads's perfect male, makes a cameo appearance, while Lina's object of affection for so long --- her teacher Dan --- has become a cardboard character.
Readers have come to care about the major and minor characters who populate this series, so they shouldn't be relegated to the background.
When the Dating Game Web site that they create for class becomes a campus hit, as a matchmaking service and a forum for students' views on love, sex, and dating, the three friends hope it will help them take control of their love lives, too?