The Flirting Games

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Eleanor Parkhurst is determined to get in the way of Nathaniel Naverly seducing her sweet cousin Rose. Nate has a history of treating girls badly and Ellie suspects his intentions are far from honorable. Getting Nate to switch his attention to her seemed like a good plan, but Ellie didn't foresee that she might have to protect her own heart from his schemes as well. The game is proving a challenge. Midnight meetings, fighting or kissing, it's all part of the fun of flirting. Set in an English boarding school, ...
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Overview

Eleanor Parkhurst is determined to get in the way of Nathaniel Naverly seducing her sweet cousin Rose. Nate has a history of treating girls badly and Ellie suspects his intentions are far from honorable. Getting Nate to switch his attention to her seemed like a good plan, but Ellie didn't foresee that she might have to protect her own heart from his schemes as well. The game is proving a challenge. Midnight meetings, fighting or kissing, it's all part of the fun of flirting. Set in an English boarding school, Ellie discovers that boys are more complicated than classes, and you have to play the game well or you might just get played!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781484882320
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/2/2013
  • Pages: 104
  • Sales rank: 1,044,802
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.25 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2015

    Cool book for teen

    This book is great for me it helped me with my dating. How about yooooooooouuuuuuuuuu?

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2015

    Loved it

    Sorry for thing i posted on last review with the whaaaaaaaaaat i actully loved the book

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  • Posted January 26, 2015

    more from this reviewer

    Let¿s travel to a British boarding school, where the live-in stu

    Let’s travel to a British boarding school, where the live-in students are learning their lessons in maths and language, but also lessons of
     life.  Stella Wilkinson pens a solidly ‘teen’ read, with voices and attitudes most appropriate for the 13 – 18 year olds that are the focus of
     this story. 

    Eleanor, or Ellie is the self-appointed friend protector, wanting to keep her friends safe from the hurts that are so easily handed out like
    candy floss at the carnival by boys like Nate.  And Nate appears to have Rose in his sights, until Ellie steps in.  

    Ellie is the friend you want to have: smart, determined and utterly unimpressed by the lines and approaches of the heartthrob boys. She
     cares about her friends, has a sharp tongue and sharper wit, and is not afraid to speak her mind. 

    Nathan is the “it man” on campus, with a bad reputation and a seeming enjoyment of playing the girls along.  He really is an insensitive
    jerk, until he comes face to face with Ellie, the ONE girl not impressed by his carefully cultivated demeanor and attitude. 

    And here is where things get fun: Nate and Ellie have a love-hate relationship that doesn’t change Ellie that much, but shows Nate there
    is a different way to behave, and he does so.  He and Ellie are soon attached, with no loss of their banter, and things are changing
    dramatically.  

    With lovely secondary characters all setting up for their own school-time romances, this is a quick, light and fun read that is honest and
    refreshing, sure to appeal to readers of high school age. 

    I purchased a copy of this title for my own personal library. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own
     responsibility. 

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