Once again, as with Tempestuous, I loved the story! Only Askew and Helmes can take Tickle Me Elmo and relate him somehow to Shakespeare. This should be required reading for every high school student who has to read MacBeth. I can imagine the essays now, drawing similarities between characters, plot lines, etc.
But back to the book. I love Skye. Everything about her screams model and wallflower at the same time. She sounds like she would be great to hang out with in real life. I'm not sure, though, how she could have grown up in this town and still not have close friends. I either glossed over that or it wasn't explained straightforward enough for me.
And I totally kept waiting for Margot to be her mother's girlfriend. I hope I didn't ruin that for you, but if you had read The You Know Who Girls yesterday like I did, that would be in the back of your mind, too.
I will recommend this book to students who enjoy fairy tales retold, romance novels, comedies, and tragedies.