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Aces Up
     

Aces Up

3.5 38
by Lauren Barnholdt
 

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Seventeen-year-old high school senior Shannon Card needs money. And lots of it. She's been admitted to Wellesley, but her dad just lost his job, and somehow she has to come up with a year of tuition herself. But Shannon's dream of making big bucks waitressing at the local casino, the Collosio, disappears faster than a gambler's lucky streak. Her boss is a tyrant,

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Aces Up 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 37 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
At the beginning i must say, i was in love with this book. the whole time i just wanted shannon to end up with Cole and forget about max, but that didn't happen for awhie in the book and by the time it did their relationship quickly ended. the book was good. i felt like it was the book version of the movie 21 but with slightly different characters. overall i liked it, but i wouldnt buy it if i could do it over again. hope you found this helpful :)
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thebookscoop More than 1 year ago
This is my first Barnholdt and I can definitely say that it won't be my last. I enjoyed this book greatly and would definitely recommend it to fans of contemporary YA romances or just fans of Barnholdt. She weaved a great story with likable characters and an interesting take on the poker world. Now, don't go expecting something deep and thought provoking when you start this book. This story is all light, breezy and totally cute.
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