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All's Fair in Love, War, and High School - Community Reviews back

by Janette Rallison
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The Reading Picnic
The Reading Picnic rated it 6 years ago
The only reason this book has three stars is because it wasn't memorable. I remember all of the books that I loved (or most of them) and although I remember it from sitting on my bookshelf I can't remember anything else about it.Please note: I am going through all of my read books with an attempt to...
Rachel Blogs
Rachel Blogs rated it 6 years ago
The only reason this book has three stars is because it wasn't memorable. I remember all of the books that I loved (or most of them) and although I remember it from sitting on my bookshelf I can't remember anything else about it.Please note: I am going through all of my read books with an attempt to...
KizunaYueMichaelis
KizunaYueMichaelis rated it 6 years ago
Darn, I did not know this was the 2nd book of a series.Janette Rallison knows how to write YA books. And what it is the best of all is that her heroines are far from being a Mary Sue. Like in this book, Samantha is the typical blond, hot, popular cheerleader, and also shallow, and likes to insult pe...
Tiana Smith
Tiana Smith rated it 7 years ago
Oh my goodness this cover is awful. But the book is good. It took me a while to like the main character, but she does grow on you. And she does change, so that's always a plus. It's sweet to see how Logan helps her to change and see a better way of treating people, and it's sweet that he sticks by h...
Miss Clark
Miss Clark rated it 9 years ago
I enjoyed it and what I was so glad to see was very believable teenage characters, but without the disgusting profanity and lustful/shallow attitudes that are so typical with this particular sort of story.I enjoyed it, even though it was still a little shallow for me. I would be interested in readin...
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