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Isabelle's Boyfriend

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  • Posted December 19, 2008

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    Reviewed by Jaglvr for TeensReadToo.com

    Taryn Greenleaf just wants to change into warmer clothing before walking their dog, Camille, after school. But Camille is impatient, so Taryn, dressed in her school uniform, heads out for their daily walk. It's snowing and it's cold. During the walk, Taryn stops to let snowflakes fall on her tongue. She glances up and encounters an absolutely gorgeous guy walking towards her. And he stops!! And of all things for this boy to talk about, it's Camille. <BR/><BR/>He introduces himself as John "Epp" Epplin. Taryn's never seen him around before, and she soon learns the harsh truth. He's in the area to take care of his girlfriend's dog while her family is off skiing. And his girlfriend is none other than Isabelle Graham from school. Isabelle is everything Taryn isn't, and thus goes all of Taryn's hopes of anything happening with Epp. <BR/><BR/>Taryn tells her friend, Lila, all about meeting Epp. He's everything that Taryn's ever wanted. Lila doesn't think a little thing like Isabelle being his girlfriend should deter Taryn. So the two of them start to brainstorm on ways for Taryn to run into Epp again. Since he goes to St. Ivan's, the boy's school, it's not like they will see each other in the hallways. They stumble across his name on the driver's education class sign in sheet, and things start to look up. <BR/><BR/>But then Isabelle returns home. Isabelle and Taryn aren't NOT friends, but they haven't hung out together since they were much younger. When Isabelle finds out Taryn has met Epp, all of a sudden, Isabelle is talking to Taryn and inviting her to hang out with them. Lila warns Taryn to be careful, and watches as Taryn does things to hurt their friendship. <BR/><BR/>When Isabelle and Epp set Taryn up with their friend Pete, things get even more complicated. Taryn realizes she's using Pete to get what she wants, but she can't seem to stop the snowball effect of her actions. <BR/><BR/>Ms. Hickey slowly builds the story to the point where the reader knows something is going to happen. And usually, in most cases, that something generally is bad. It takes a revelation from the most unlikely source to bring everything to a head and make Taryn realize how awful she's been behaving.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2012

    Great book!!

    i loved the book though it seemed as if something was missing. also i swear the book just pleaded to be longer, it needed to be longer but it was cute and a quick read

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 15, 2010

    Fantastic Book!

    A really funny book about a girl who tries to steal another girl's boyfriend. The end is a surprise and I loved the best friend in it! This book is a great summer read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2010

    funny and different

    not what i expected in a good way. funny characters and a good mom too. isabelle was intersting and not like the tyupical popular girl. i would recommend this book.

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  • Posted February 13, 2010

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    Does NOT hold my interest

    If anyone is like me, I have a hard time finding books that keep my interest. I have several that I have started and just put down after the 2nd or 3rd chapter. This is one of them.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 23, 2008

    So much fun!

    This book is witty and so much fun to read. Not to mention all the cool names like Epp. I wish I knew a hot guy named Epp. Anyway, it was perfect!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 29, 2008

    Pretty good book...

    This was a pretty good book. It's very believable and I can somewhat relate to it. I would recommend it to someone.

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