All war. No love. Madeleine’s been hurt too many times in the dating scene to let Byron beat her in some huge prank war. They’ve had their deserters, their POWS, their casualties, but no one can risk losing the battle of the sexes.
Except now something strange is happening at the college...and it’s not just the students. Buried deep beneath the pranks is real danger, and the only other person who suspects is Byron. Should Mad join sides with him or does that mean forfeiting her heart to the enemy?
Prank Wars is not at all what I was expecting. It begins with Madeline having a rivalry with Byron, a guy she thinks is a major player. After she got her hurt broken she is determined that most guys are the same. So she sets out to prove Byron is like all the rest. And Byron is dead set on showing her he can take the challenge. But he's also going to challenge her as to why she's really doing this. With lots of crazy pranks, and lots of people involved things quickly become out of hand. Especially when Mad keeps thinking bad things are happening to her neighbor and Byron always seems to be around. She's not sure who to trust, or what she should do to help. But she's not going to stand back if something really is going down, she's going to help anyway she can.
I have to say that this book was okay. I was actually disappointed with the first half of it. It was slightly boring and so much of what they did seemed very strange. Sometimes the characters also acted like teenagers when they were grown adults. That was somewhat frustrating. Also I really felt confused through out most of the book as well until the end. I really couldn't get a grasp on either of the main characters feelings about everything going on. So that was kind of a bummer. Other than that this book made me laugh a lot which made it all the more enjoyable. I would like to see the two main characters ago though. But other wise it was okay. It was a nice read that made me laugh.