Kissing Booth

Kissing Booth

by Lexie Hill
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Kissing Booth 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
Lisi is an NBK - she's never been kissed. Lisi would really like to be kissed by her crush, Brett, who also happens to be the most popular guy in school. She doesn't think her chances are very high, since Lisi in not in the "in" crowd.

Springtime at Northside High means planning for the famous Spring Carnival. Spring Carnival is a huge deal, and this year the stakes are high for having the winning booth. Whichever booth sells the most tickets wins a trip to New York City. When planning for the school's Spring Carnival starts, Lisi gets the inspiration for a kissing booth. Lisi is secretly hoping she will finally get her first kiss from handsome Brett, but Lisi's not the only one with secrets.

After the popular fly girls make the Kissing Booth their main target for competition, rumors start to fly and the kissing booth crew just might have gotten themselves in too deep. And Lisi just might be falling for the wrong guy.

I'm a sucker for romances, and I couldn't resist the adorable red and white cover for this one! I loved the idea of an old-fashioned kissing booth and wished I could go to the Spring Carnival with Lisi and her friends. Even though the story is mainly a romance, there's also a sub-plot on friends growing up and growing apart that I thought added some depth to the story.

KISSING BOOTH felt like it could have been a script for a great romantic comedy, and was a perfect feel-good book that left me smiling. A must-read for fans of romance!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
i didn't like the book. its a book for little kids.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is the typical "oh no!! i just fell in love with my average friend instead of the hot popular jock" type of story. it wasn't a bad book, it was really well written and relateable. Kind of predictible, but still believable. i said yea that i would reccomend this to a friend because i actully did and she loved it! I guess it just depends what kind of books your into. This is a typical highschool, cookie-cutter, pink bubblegum, sweet innocent love kind of story. If you read those kind of books then i would reccomend this.
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