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Posted August 15, 2012
This lighthearted novel was more than fun to read. A snow storm
This lighthearted novel was more than fun to read. A snow storm could beWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
pouring flakes from the sky, but a reader only feels summer heat and
sunshine. Two girls are the main characters of this book. They imagine
each other as villains and are only connected by a scumbag boyfriend,
Blaine, and petty lawsuit. The novel describes their journey as they
become stronger and independent. A funny blog and friends help them grow
into adults. Dee has never minded spending her summers working for her
family business, a campground. She has plenty of opportunity to flirt,
swim, and have fun. This summer will be different, however. Sabrina
believes her boyfriend Blaine is great. He may not be attentive, or very
polite, but Sabrina is prom queen, and Blaine is her king. A blog is
also gaining fame, the Superflirt Chronicles, and some people described
seem oddly familiar... Any woman would enjoy reading this book. Ages
fourteen and up are appropriate readers for this novel. Bowers wrote
Just Flirt to be humorous and fun. Readers will enjoy the girls’ funny
friends and exaggerated family members. This is a book that can be read
again and again.
Posted November 27, 2014
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