Smart Boys & Fast Girls

Smart Boys & Fast Girls

by Stephie Davis

Paperback(Mass Market Paperback)

$5.99

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780843953985
Publisher: Leisure Books
Publication date: 08/30/2005
Pages: 178
Product dimensions: 4.22(w) x 6.78(h) x 0.53(d)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

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Smart Boys & Fast Girls 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 41 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
HAHA!! Well to start off this is definitely the stereotypical book. Boy meets girl, Girl likes boy, Boy confused, Boy and Girl fall in love. Ha, well this book completely shocked me! I absolutely loved how Stephie Davis put the Geeky Boy and the Athletic Girl together. They made a perfect match and it was great how there were ups and downs. I highly recommend this book!
readtolive_livetoread More than 1 year ago
An unliklely couple make a go of it...I can't believe I'm saying this, as I'm often hard to please when it comes to YA novels, but when Stephie Davis and teen fiction mix, you get a perfect result. One that's fun, cute, and totally romantic. Teenage readers will be grappling to get their hands on Davis' latest SMART BOYS & FAST GIRLS, and may just find themselves praying that she will continue the series, as this one is too good to end anytime soon. Filled with hilarious moments that will keep all readers rolling on the floor laughing, this book is too good to miss.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought this book was sooo good! if you like teen romances you should defininitely read this book!! read it and you wont regret it!!
lauren97224 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Smart Boys and Fast Girls is a super quick, fun read, and isn't like normal chick lit. Natalie is a sophmore, and made it on the varsity cross country team. But when she starts to fail geometry, she is given a choice: get a tutor and get B-'s on her tests so she'll pass, or be taken off cross country. So she choses the tutor, and he is a cute boy named Matt, but has ego issues with jocks, and assumes that Natalie is one. So when she tells her parents that he is her boyfriend, things get shaken up. Matt already has a girlfriend, and doesnt want to go alonng with the plan. But he decides to just so he can try to get a job with Natalie's dad. And this may mess up things with Natalie and her crush-showing-interest Zach. I loved this book, and it really made me laugh. And I read it through in like, two hours. And I toally felt like Matt, Natalie, and even Natalie's friends were real. LOVE!
kikilon on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Wrong boy! Run! Run fast! I liked the idea of jock girl/brainy guy. I didn't like the old 'I just want to be popular/hang with the in-crowd/date the popular jerk'. There were some complexities, but somehow, they just didn't bloom. But hey. At least it was a fast read.
kikianika on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Wrong boy! Run! Run fast! I liked the idea of jock girl/brainy guy. I didn't like the old 'I just want to be popular/hang with the in-crowd/date the popular jerk'. There were some complexities, but somehow, they just didn't bloom. But hey. At least it was a fast read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Personally, I found the story and the characters to be very one dimensional, and the chemistry between them to be so lacking that when they kissed, it was borderline uncomfortable and awkward. Definitely wouldn't recommend to someone in search of a story with substance.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
The more books I read, the more predictable they become. I guess that's to be expected because as I go, I'm absorbing more plots, characters, and author ideas so I'm able to compare and predict more and more. And for the most part, this book was very predictable. I think it was a lot like She's So Money except with the genders reversed what with the tutoring, the unreachable jock, the falling for each other in the end. It was all so cliched and unexciting. I knew what was going to happen through out the whole book and something like that is not enjoyable to read in the least...except it was. Weirdly, as unexciting as the story was, I wasn't completely lulled or put off. There was some little thing in there that made me not want to put the book down. I think it may have been how relatable Natalie was as a main character. Her character was one of the main things the author got right. Natalie is that perfect girl who you feel could be your best friend. She was written so that she would have issues and flaws and yet still seem like someone who deserved a happy ending, and for me, that was the one part that redeemed the book. The plot was ordinary, the side characters were ordinary, the ending was completely and utterly ordinary but the one unordinary thing in the book, Natalie, was the one thing that made it worth reading. And I would recommend this book, just so you can meet a super cool girl that you may possibly want to make your new best friend.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I started to read this book today and finished it today. Its addicting i could not put it down i HAD to read it page after page. I NEEDED to find out what was going to happen. Its a really good book because it is based on real life in highschool. I recomended this book to my friends and they all loved it. It is TRULY a GOOD book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It was an amazing book,im 15,and i never read,but that book was too good. I think alot of people can relate to Natalie,with the whole gemontry issue and then zach and matt. I think there are alot of guy's out there like matt,who should be recongized,and now im dating an amazing guy like matt,and i never go for people like him. Thanks so much.
Guest More than 1 year ago
it sort of compared jocks and 'nerds'. It also proved seriotyps to be wrong like nerds. overall is was a great read -amononous, age 15
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was a good book :)