Stung by an epic betrayal, Camy Cavanaugh relies on the sure things: her best friend, her job as peer tutor, and her safe spot on the sidelines of life. But when she hacks into a secret, trash-talking website, it ignites a war between the sexes that won’t end until the whole school is turned upside down—and Camy’s world is turned inside out.
Now the hottest girls in school refuse to date the A-List boys. But with the Homecoming dance looming, everyone from the queen bee to the girl “most likely to” pushes Camy to hook them up with guys from the nerd herd.
And then there's quarterback, A-lister—and former crush—Gavin Madison. He hasn’t spoken to Camy in three years … but he’s talking now, begging her to pair the guys on the football team with girls from the Honor Roll.
It’s a contest of wills and everything is on the line—even Camy’s heart. Will she retreat to the sidelines, or will she find the courage to get back in the game?
Dating on the Dork Side begins when Camy finds a website that is for the guys of her school to talk trash about certain girls, and guess what? She's on the list as well.
She hates that this is there, so she goes to the most popular girl at school, and from then on it spirals out of control when they do their best to get back at the guys.
However, as Camy tries to find the person who started it signs are pointing to people she thought she could trust, and her long time crush. This get more complicated when trust is broken, new friends and enemies are made and life is just crazy for Camy.
Dating on the Dork Side is actually not as dorky cute as you would think. It does have some really cool aspects to it, but it just wasn't what I was hoping it would be.
I really did like it though, and I enjoyed the plot line for the most part. Even if some of it seemed a bit repetitive.
And the characters were really interesting as well. But, this isn't a story that makes you laugh too much or fo you to spend to much time in. It is good to pass the time with though.