The Sweetest Thing: An Inside Girl novel [NOOK Book]

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Flan Flood finally has her life in order. Her new, normal friends from school get along with her celebrity friends and she couldn't be happier. But right when life is settling down, her friends all fall for the same guy: hot quarterback Adam. And when Flan's BFF, teen-starlet Sarah-Beth, decides to throw a costume party, her friends each vow to kiss their football prince by midnight. Can she convince Meredith and Judith that girlfriends are way more important than any guy, or will Flan find herself dangerously ...
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The Sweetest Thing: An Inside Girl novel

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Overview

Flan Flood finally has her life in order. Her new, normal friends from school get along with her celebrity friends and she couldn't be happier. But right when life is settling down, her friends all fall for the same guy: hot quarterback Adam. And when Flan's BFF, teen-starlet Sarah-Beth, decides to throw a costume party, her friends each vow to kiss their football prince by midnight. Can she convince Meredith and Judith that girlfriends are way more important than any guy, or will Flan find herself dangerously stuck in the middle? All will be revealed in this second installment of an enticing new series.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781619630741
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury USA
  • Publication date: 12/26/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 256
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

J. MINTER is the pen-name of Ben Schrank. He is the author of the adult titles Miracle Man and Consent, published in the U.S. He was also the guy columnist in Seventeen magazine.
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  • Posted November 17, 2008

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    Reviewed by Taylor Rector for TeensReadToo.com

    Flan Flood is back with another adorable novel about her and her crazy friends. (Some more literally crazy then others.) <BR/><BR/>Two of her closest friends fall for the same guy. And Flan has to be his lab partner. And even though she has an amazing boyfriend who really cares about her, is Flan really the one with feelings for the freshman varsity football quarterback? <BR/><BR/>I absolutely adore Flan. She has a life that so many teens envy, but she still goes through real issues. She is a character that is so easy to relate to and can seem so real, minus the fact that she's filthy rich. <BR/><BR/>Take this book to the beach, sit back, and relax, because you're in for a fun ride!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2008

    omg i loved this book

    Flan Flood was living the good life. Great friends who were always there for her when she needed them, an amazing boyfriend that she very much likes and parents who love her despite all her faults. Until, her parents decided to travel to Beijing. Even after promising that they would stop leaving her with her sister Feb and her brother Patch. To make matters worse her sister is a club freak and her brother, a party animal! This is only the least of her problems. Flan¿s best friends Judith and Meredith discover they like the same guy! How tragic is that? Oh but this isn¿t just any guy, no way this is hotty Adam Mc Gregor the dreamy football player! This isn¿t their 1st time liking the same guy though. Back in 6th grade they both liked the same guy as well. This whole situation is probably déjà vu for them. Is flan actually falling for him despite the fact she is taken by Bennet, her boyfriend? Does Feb take her job as ¿mom¿ too seriously? Who gets the guy, Judith or Meredith? Or maybe even Flan? The thing I liked about this book was that it is easy to relate to because the book contains a lot of everyday teen drama. What I disliked about this book was that it was kind of slow at some parts. It would focus too much on small details.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2008

    loved this book!

    This book was awesome! it had soo much romace and suspense in it that i couldn't put it down! i even took the book to practically to all my school classes and tryed to read it when the teachers weren't looking! i'm so glad that there are two more books to read! i need to go to get the next one!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 5, 2007

    book lover

    this book was awsome! i read it in one day! it did get kind of slow and boring in some parts but the rest was amazing!!

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