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  • Posted November 1, 2008

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    Reviewed by JodiG. for TeensReadToo.com

    Emma Freeman is about to break free from her quiet suburban life and usual summer job as a lifeguard. She is also making the break from Brian, her boyfriend of nine months who, as it turns out, is a rotten, no-good cheat. <BR/><BR/>So, where is a girl to go when she wants to get away from it all? How about New York City? <BR/><BR/>Emma lands a summer internship in the city and even talks her BFF, Rachel, into coming along. The girls head to New York with a moderate budget and big plans for a glamorous summer in the city. The reality of living in the city soon hits them. What seemed like a sizeable budget in the suburbs doesn't measure up to the cost of living in NYC. And the kind of housing you can rent for the price Emma and Rachel have to pay usually has some very creepy terms in the deal. <BR/><BR/>Just when they are about to give up, Emma and Rachel answer an ad and find themselves rooming with a real life socialite. Jayla is beautiful, rich, and lives an exciting life full of nightclubs and late-night make-out sessions with the hottest guys in town. <BR/><BR/>Although the housing situation is looking brighter, the internship turns out to be almost unbearable. Emma's boss is a nightmarish mix of 90's rap revival, bad jokes, and an overblown self-image. Then there is that one cute guy that works for the company, and the one lie that Emma told him. Will she be able to keep the lie going all summer long? <BR/><BR/>HOT MESS: SUMMER IN THE CITY is a really fun read that is full of current references to popular culture and believable dialogue. This is a must-have for your summer reading list!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 14, 2008

    Bad Content

    This book was not at all great. There was so much fowl language and terms. This book has some content that is SO not appropriate.The story was boring and not that interesting. I have to admit there was some funny points in the story but that's the only good thing about the book. I would not recommend this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 14, 2008

    Calling all Gossip Girls!

    Fun, sassy and totally engaging, if you devour pop culture, watch Gossip Girl or read Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, this is a great fun read that goes down just like candy. Highly reccomended!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2008

    A reviewer

    This book is so funny-- such a sassy and smart book for young adults. A must have for this summer! Everybody should keep a close eye on Kraut and Lester, they are truly up and coming writers.

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