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Boy Shopping (Boy Shopping #1)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 3, 2008


    this was one of the best books i have ever read..i liked how you could pick who she dated and how it was going to end..thats one reason why i liked it..this book was soooooo GOOD. it took me only one day to read this..i could not put it down..I wanna read another one now!.....I recomend that everyone read this,especialy if you like realilistic,teen life situations and just like to read a great book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2008

    Confussing yet good.

    All though this book has its confussing parts it is really good. It tells all about teenage girls and boys relationship troubles and what different type of people are out there. I personly LOVED the book.I would read it over and over again.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A treat

    Wentworth High School student and rock band drummer Kiki Kelvin wants a boyfriend to call her own. Instead the only female in the band, she gets male groupies whom she knows can salivate all they want, but as the lyrics she wrote in ¿Satisfy Me¿, they will never do. The guys at Wentworth seem to think she is hot, but none step forward to ask her out perhaps because of her local fame intimidating them. The band members are hunks, but they have female groupies and besides she fears the trouble of mixing work and pleasure. Kiki decides to try shopping online for a boyfriend. However neither she nor Nia Stephens choose who she will see readers select her dates and much more.---------------- This is a fun interactive young teenage female contemporary fiction tale in which the audience chooses the directions Kiki goes by picking what she will do or who she will see. Young adult fans will have a great time helping Kiki solve her problems in finding a boyfriend. Ms. Stephens provides an enjoyable teen tale that will have her fans clamoring to GET MORE boy shopping interactive novels.----- Harriet Klausner

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    Posted June 17, 2010

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