Smart Girls Get What They Want
Gigi, Bea, and Neerja are best friends and total overachievers. Even if they aren't the most popular girls in school, they aren't too worried. They know their real lives will begin once they get to their Ivy League colleges. There will be ivy, and there will be cute guys in the libraries... show more
Gigi, Bea, and Neerja are best friends and total overachievers. Even if they aren't the most popular girls in school, they aren't too worried. They know their real lives will begin once they get to their Ivy League colleges. There will be ivy, and there will be cute guys in the libraries (hopefully with English accents)! But when an unexpected event shows them they're missing out on the full high school experience, it's time to come out of the honors lounge and into the spotlight. They make a pact: They will each take on their greatest challenge—and they will totally rock it. Gigi decides to run for student rep, but she'll have to get over her fear of public speaking—and go head-to-head with gorgeous California Will. Bea used to be one of the best skiers around, until she was derailed. It could be time for her to take the plunge again. And Neerja loves the drama club but has always stayed behind the scenes—until now. These friends are determined to show the world that smart girls really can get what they want—but that could mean getting way more attention than they ever bargained for. . . .
Publish date: 2012-06-26
Publisher: Balzer & Bray
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
2.5 stars.since 'how zoe made her dreams (mostly) come true' was one of my favorite chicklit books, i had really high expectations for this book! man, i wish i hadn't. almost all of the girls in this book we're insufferable for various reasons: one was a controlling, mean, irritating girl, and there...
This is a cute little YA book about three girls who have been best friends pretty much their whole lives, and how they branch out and expand their horizons.It felt a little young for YA, so I think this book will be perfect for 12-14 year olds. I loved the three leads. Bea (short for Beatrice), Neer...
“Coeur qui soupire n'a pas ce qu'il desire.The heart that sighs does not have what it desires.”