It Girl #10: Classic [NOOK Book]

Overview

It's almost Valentine's Day at Waverly Academy, and love is in the air...and in everyone's inboxes. Each year, The Waverly Computer Society runs Perfect Match, an online personality survey that pairs up Waverly Owls with their supposed soul mates. Now the campus is overrun with peculiar pairings, odd couples, and mischief makers hoping to play Cupid for a day.



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It Girl #10: Classic

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Overview

It's almost Valentine's Day at Waverly Academy, and love is in the air...and in everyone's inboxes. Each year, The Waverly Computer Society runs Perfect Match, an online personality survey that pairs up Waverly Owls with their supposed soul mates. Now the campus is overrun with peculiar pairings, odd couples, and mischief makers hoping to play Cupid for a day.



Jenny Humphrey is convinced she'll be paired with her adorable new boyfriend, Isaac Dresden. But when he starts acting skittish, she begins to wonder if he's her Perfect Match after all. Brett Messerschmidt and Tinsley Carmichael definitely aren't feeling the love this Valentine's Day: when Isla Dresden, Isaac's sister, steals Tinsley's thunder-and Brett's boyfriend-the two girls vow to plot their revenge. Callie Vernon is starting to wonder if a girl can have two soulmates. She's in love with both Easy Walsh and Brandon Buchanan, but on February 14th, she can only give one of them her heart.





In this final dramatic It Girl novel, the Waverly Owls ponder an age-old question: is all really fair in love and war?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780316097642
  • Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
  • Publication date: 6/1/2010
  • Series: It Girl , #10
  • Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 169,143
  • Age range: 15 - 18 Years
  • File size: 500 KB

Meet the Author

Cecily von Ziegesar
Cecily von Ziegesar is the creator of the #1 bestselling Gossip Girl and #1 bestselling It Girl novels. She has always lived in New York City.
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  • Posted April 12, 2011

    OH MY GOSH

    This book was sooooo good! especially the ending!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 5, 2012

    Loved it!!!!!!!

    Bummer the next one isnt out yet. I wonder when it will be... i cant wait to read it!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2011

    Whats next?

    I really enjoyed this book. The only thing i can say is when is the next one coming out? Good for an easy and quick to read series

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2011

    Sad its over

    The book was good just wish they went ruther jenny still has plenty of time at waverly and lots of room to grow.

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  • Posted April 13, 2011

    so many ?s

    first do sebastion and brett make up second who does callie, jenny, and tinsley end up with and do any of the perfect matches end up together and oh ya 1 comment Sebastion was totally sleazy wen he keeps ignoring his GIRLFRIEND and keeps fawning all over some random new chick who is a total b**** (trying to keep it rated G) if u finished and wanted to b a really awsome person will u plz answer my ?s ? THANK YOU!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    Another great It Girl book, however with a few disappointments

    I was so sad to see the last book of the series come, as I adore this series and find there is more that can be done (as they have another year at Waverly left), however was happy to see the fabulous characters for 10 fabulous books.
    I liked the Valentines setting, but found there could have been a book for the rest of the year, plus one for the next years. Seeing this series come to a close is very disappointing, and although unlikely I hope that another book is unleashed (she can always change her mind!)
    As usual, I love sly and gorgeous Tinsley, and seeing a sliver of insecurity in her was great.
    I love Brett, as well, and her getting along with Tinsley again.
    I love Julian's sweetness, Brandon's meticulous nature and romantic and kind ways (I would totally date him), Easy's artsy and loving ways to Callie. Callie's being unsure is something I think people can relate to.

    SPOILER ALERT
    I was disappointed that Tinsley never made up with Julian. I was upset that Brandon did not make up with Callie, and that he ended up with a frumpy, unfashionable girl. Sure, she is nice and tried to help him, but Brandon always tends to be let down in this series despite the fact he is handsome, smart, kind, sensitive and romantic. I believe he should have gotten a sweet but fashionable girl instead of a frumpy one (Cora) he doesn't seem to match well with. She came out of no where, and I think Brandon in addition should have made up with his ex girlfriend in Switzerland, as he did loose his v-card to her, and Brandon's kind nature would have made up with her.
    I liked to see Tinsley and Brett work together, however, as they were such close friends before the series and showing that connection again was great.
    I was glad Isla and Tinsley made up, but was upset that Isaac and Jenny did not.
    I know I am asking for a lot, but considering it is the end of the series, I wish that it had tied everything into a pretty bow.
    Tinsley being as fabulous as usual, friends with Jenny, Brett and Callie, either with Heath or Julian. Jenny friends with Easy, and with Julian or Isaac. Brett with Sebastian. Brandon with a fabulous fashionable girl, whether it is Alison Quentin, Sage Francis again, Benny Cunningham (but she does have Lon), Celene or Rifat. Callie with Easy but she made up with Brandon, and Easy and Brandon getting along quite well. I think Isaac of course did bad things, but was upset by how it ended with him as such a bad guy, although he did show artsy, kind and caring sides to both Jenny and Brett.
    I feel Brandon deserved a better ending, and a few strings were left untied.

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