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    Amazing

    I highly recommend this book to any teenagers looking for a cheesy romance novel! It's got a hunky football player, a bad boy who's really a softie, and a girl with family issues who makes all the wrong decisions. A-1 job by Jennifer!
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    Awesome

    Very good read
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    Page turner!!!

    Such a good book couldn't put it down!!!!
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    Interesting

    This book was very interesting, not as thrilling as I had hoped but it was good enough I suppose. I had really anticipated some kind of major twist and I just wasn't satisfied.
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    Possibly the worst written YA book I've ever read. The story jumped all over the place, leaving loose ends and holes every other page. And then, as if to balance that, random plot points would suddenly have major significance as if jumping out of no where. None of the characters actions made any sense, from the oblivious main character to her psychotic, unfeeling father. I feel like this cloths have been written by a twelve-year-old who clearly was imagining exciting high school relationships. Zoey continually spouting how she and Brandon were saying even though there was not a single shred of evidence that pointed to that. When she attempted to say they were in love I actually wanted to throw the book across the room to get it away from me. Interesting story idea but terribly executed.
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