Who's Your Daddy?

Who's Your Daddy?

by Lynda Sandoval
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Who's Your Daddy? 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My dad helps people and he is really tall so no boyfriend for me, and my brother is a cop so that makes it worse
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SocialPrisonerBookLuver21 More than 1 year ago
i loved this book. as soon as i saw the cover, i thought what the heck ill read it. It changed everything i thought about my dad. My dad is the outreach coordinator everyone from my town fears. All the boys are scared to even hang out at my house because my dad is harsh. He jst...travels alot and...well ur personality comes out when your dad is selling info for his new job. :/ anyway this book really made me think. Not that anyday ill have a boyfriend this way but...i think it could once you get what love these girls have to go through. its alot no doubt. But with their friendship they get along way.
MountainView More than 1 year ago
I really liked this book because it had a lot of things happening in it. There was a lot of drama like fighting between the popular girls and the non-popular girls. The characters did a lot of stupid stuff like sneaking out and driving when there was a big snowstorm that is fun to read about. There are these three girls named Lila Moreno, Meryl Morgenstern and Caressa Thibodaux. They are all best friends. Lila's dad is a policeman; he not always home. Meryl's dad is nothing and Caressa's dad is a songwriter. On homecoming night, they all went to Caressa's house, but Lila wasn't supposed to because she was grounded. So she snuck out. They all were doing this supper thing to see who their boyfriends would be but then Lila's dad found out she snuck out. Most girls round the age 13-14 would most likely enjoy this book because it has a lot of girly things in it. It wouldn't really be good for anyone any younger than that because it has some naughty words in it.
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TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
There is only one word for WHO'S YOUR DADDY?--laugh-out-loud hilarious. Wait, I think that might actually count as four words. Or if you take into account the hyphens, at least two. Anyway, you catch my drift. I laughed through the entire three-hundred plus pages of this book, and now have only one request. Please, please, please make this book into a movie!

Meet three best friends unlike (or very much like) anyone you've ever known. There's Lila Moreno, whose dad happens to be not only a hottie widower sought after by all the town's women, but the police chief of White Peaks, Colorado. Then there's Meryl Morgenstern, who although she was named after Meryl Streep, is totally anti-pop culture, including television. Her dad is also the Vice President of discipline, the driver's ed teacher, and the assistant football coach at the high school they attend. And then there's Caressa Thibodoux, who has a very famous retired blues musician for a father, and also happens to live in a log cabin house that can only be described as a mansion. When you're sixteen, having the types of fathers these girls have does not put you high up on the popularity list. You're either too pretty and rich (Caressa), too weird (Meryl, who doesn't even know who Buffy is), or way, way off the instant-dateability list (Lila, whose dad is, you remember, the Chief of Police).

So what are three girls to do? Especially three girls who are desperate to gain dates to the homecoming dance? Well, the only thing three pretty, intelligent, intimidating girls can do. They stage a Dumb Supper, hoping that between the supernatural energy of having a meal entirely backwards combined with the helping-hand of the ghost of Lila's mother will help them in their search for a date. All they have to do is write down their wish, and after the Supper the first guy they see will be their one-true-love. At least that's how it's supposed to work, but in the lives of Lila and her friends, few things rarely ever go as planned.

The first guy Lila runs into is Dylan Sebring, lieutenant of the junior narcotics squad, otherwise known as the Police Explorers. If there's anything Lila doesn't need in her life, it's another cop. Her father and brother are enough, thank you very much. The first guy Meryl meets is Ismet, previously known only as That Bosnian Guy. Meryl's pretty sure things are looking up, until she realizes that the only type of girl Ismet wants is a typical, fully-submerged-in-American-culture teen, which Meryl most certainly is not. And as for Caressa? Her bright idea is to get musician Bobby Slade to ask her to the dance, which ends up with, you guessed it, some humiliating results.

WHO'S YOUR DADDY? is a downright funny, entertaining read. You won't go wrong reading this book for many reasons, the least of which is the exercise to your smile muscles.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this book was very good. thrilling and a total truth of a life of high school minorities. this book may be inapropiate for children ages under 13. but i truly love this book with its beautiful text and story. i would definitely read this book again!
Guest More than 1 year ago
this book is totally awsome and i cant wait for the next book. rock on dudes and dudettes!!!!!!CANNOT WAIT FOR THE NEXT BOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!PEACE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
i luv this book bc it is like they way i feel.lol i cannot put it down. i can read it over and over again
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was an amusing book that is very enjoyable to read. Each girl has their own story, and i think everyone can relate to at least one girl at some level. I would reccomend this to all fiction lovers.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book absolutely ROCKED. From its characterizations to its fun-filled, laugh-out-loud plot, I cannot recommend Who's Your Daddy? highly enough. The Celtic ritual is a cute, guileless, completely teenagerish way to approach the dating game. The book is a nice break from the now-popular sex-and-drugs-filled YA novels marketed to teens. It's about good kids who get a little creative in finding their dates. :-) Way to go, Ms. Sandoval!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this book it was so good and funny. It had me laughing almost the whole time!! I recommended this to everyone!
Guest More than 1 year ago
There is only one word for WHO'S YOUR DADDY?: laugh-out-loud hilarious. Wait, I think that might actually count as four words. Or if you take into account the hyphens, at least two. Anyway, you catch my drift. I laughed through the entire three-hundred plus pages of this book, and now have only one request. Please, please, please make this book into a movie! Meet three best friends unlike (or very much like) anyone you've ever known. There's Lila Moreno, whose dad happens to be not only a hottie widower sought after by all the town's women, but the police chief of White Peaks, Colorado. Then there's Meryl Morgenstern, who although she was named after Meryl Streep, is totally anti-pop culture, including television. Her dad is also the Vice President of discipline, the driver's ed teacher, and the assistant football coach at the high school they attend. And then there's Caressa Thibodoux, who has a very famous retired blues musician for a father, and also happens to live in a log cabin house that can only be described as a mansion. When you're sixteen, having the types of fathers these girls have does not put you high up on the popularity list. You're either too pretty and rich (Caressa), too weird (Meryl, who doesn't even know who Buffy is), or way, way off the instant-dateability list (Lila, whose dad is, you remember, the Chief of Police). So what are three girls to do? Especially three girls who are desperate to gain dates to the homecoming dance? Well, the only thing three pretty, intelligent, intimidating girls can do. They stage a Dumb Supper, hoping that between the supernatural energy of having a meal entirely backwards combined with the helping-hand of the ghost of Lila's mother will help them in their search for a date. All they have to do is write down their wish, and after the Supper the first guy they see will be their one-true-love. At least that's how it's supposed to work, but in the lives of Lila and her friends, few things rarely ever go as planned. The first guy Lila runs into is Dylan Sebring, lieutenant of the junior narcotics squad, otherwise known as the Police Explorers. If there's anything Lila doesn't need in her life, it's another cop. Her father and brother are enough, thank you very much. The first guy Meryl meets is Ismet, previously known only as That Bosnian Guy. Meryl's pretty sure things are looking up, until she realizes that the only type of girl Ismet wants is a typical, fully-submerged-in-American-culture teen, which Meryl most certainly is not. And as for Caressa? Her bright idea is to get musician Bobby Slade to ask her to the dance, which ends up with, you guessed it, some humiliating results. WHO'S YOUR DADDY? is a downright funny, entertaining read. You won't go wrong reading this book for many reasons, the least of which is the exercise to your smile muscles.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved the story, I read it over and over, and it never gets boring! Lot's of suspense, plus normal teen troubles, and a great ending!!! This book is a must-read for all teens! :D!!!!! (do not read book late at night, cuz u won't get any sleep!)
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is shameful I brought it for my daughter and it's about celtic rituals how evil is that. I dont reccomend tis book to no one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i loved every moment of this book!!! Lila was hilarious!! i couldn't put it down!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was great.Lila is like me.Dylan sounds good 4 her.I read this book in 1 day it was that good.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this book because it made me laugh and I could kind-of relate to Lila and Meryl. I thought that Lila's part was the best since she tried so much to hate Dylan. I also loved how stubborn Lila was and how she wasn't going to let anyone walk all over her. Romance stories are my favorite and this was great. Great book for anyone who likes romance.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. The story being told by the girls was great because i like a story being told from more than one view. It reminded me of the Mates, Dates series. The girls may be different but they are connected by the well known fathers. They plan a 'dumb supper' to find dates for prom & what they ask for isn't what they expected. The more Lila & Meryl spends with their guy, the deeper they fall. As for Carissa, she's making it happen.
Guest More than 1 year ago
i love this book! it's about three girls who have dads that make them have disadvantages finding boyfriends for themselves. this is a MUST read!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved the dumb supper! I liked how Lila was a rebel even though her father was the police chief. She and I are like twins!