Madison is trying her hardest to act more grown up and get the cutest boy in school to notice her no matter what it takes.The teens eventually come to the conclusion that the guys they were originally interested in are not necessarily right for them.
Also, this book is obviously meant to be a part of a series which explains its open ended ending so be duly warned that if by some chance you happen to get so caught up in the story of these three girls then be prepared to read on. It was all kind of “smooshed together” toward the ending, and at the end when they said what was going to happen with Sean and Mads, it wasn’t very clear what all happened. However, I think the characters are very relatable.
Rather than read on I am moving on to another book. Mads, Holly, and Lina seem like three average teenage girls who would go to our school.
Oh well, it still looks kind of real." "You don't look like you work out, but that outfit hides it well." "I don't usually like acrylic nails but yours look ok." The pick-up artist technique is to throw a cut, a jab, and then a sort of a redeeming comment.
This follows the "game" rule that to get a hot babe, an "HB," you have to cut her down.
Girls waiting for a new A List or Gossip Girl, however, will be well pleased.
Cindy Welch Copyright © American Library Association.
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This is why this tactic will end up getting the girl to sleep with the guy -- or so the theory goes. And that is why this tactic can work: At first, my initial reaction was to try to get his approval, to come on to him and make him want me, to prove to him that I was sexy even though he didn't seem to think I was.
When three high school sophomores set up a weblog as a class project to research whether girls or boys are more sex-crazed--and to play matchmaker, their own messy love lives become even more complicated. So one star for a cute book, entertaining in the fluffy way that certain movies or television shows are.
They are well developed because they are very mature, and most of the This book was not that well put together. It was all kind of “smooshed together” toward the ending, and at the end when they said what was going to happen with Sean and Mads, it wasn’t very clear what all happened. However, I think the characters are very relatable.