Monster High by Lisi Harrison
The first sentence from each chapter of Monster High, it's a mini summary of what you can expect to read.
*There is no chapter 13 it is called Lost Chapter (Whose Unlucky Number Shall Go Unmentioned)
"The fourteen-hour drive from Beverly Hills, California, to Salem, Oregon, had been total Gitmo."
"The sun was finally up."
"Frankie jumped to her bare feet and began dancing to the Lady Gaga beats lingering inside her head."
"Despite the early hour, Melody and Candace took to Radcliffe Way with the boundless energy of two girls who had been cooped up in an SUV for fourteen hours."
"Viveka knocked on the door to Frankie's Fab."
"The lunchtime bell bwoopbwooped like a European busy signal."
"Frankie ran-walked down the empty hall, her wool-covered thighs chafing."
"On Friday, Bekka greeted Melody with a celebratory high five."
"The rain continued into Saturday."
"Are you sure you don't want to camp with us?"
"Frankie slept like a chick with its head cut off--her brain and her body were on totally different programs."
"Can anyone tell me what an autotroph is?"
"It was a tomato-soup -and-macaroni kind of night."
"...and kissed...and kissed...and kissed."
"Frankie, dear pass the asparagus to our guests, please," Viveka asked, with a hint of Madonna's fake English accent."
"Haylee followed Bekka down the "Till Death Do You Part" aisle of the Costume Castle like a dutiful maid of honor."
"Plan A was ready for activation."
"Okay, one more picture!"
"Standing outside the double gym doors, Frankie, Lala, Blue, Clawdeen, and Cleo locked hands like the Pussycat Dolls about to take their final curtain call."
"Melody and Jackson had been enjoying a post-dance cooldown in an unpopulated corner of the gym when the incident occurred."
"It smelled like life had stopped and all that remained were cold sterile instruments."
"Melody's finger hovered over the doorbell."
"Frankie had taken the stand."
"Pacing across her porch, Melody thought of those windup dogs she'd seen on display on tables in the mall."
"A pebble bounced off the frosted-glass window."