The Lipstick Laws
At Penford High School, Britney Taylor is the queen bee. She dates whomever she likes, rules over her inner circle of friends like Genghis Khan, and can ruin anyone's life with a snap of perfectly manicured fingers. Just ask the unfortunate few who have crossed her. For April Bowers, Britney is... show more
At Penford High School, Britney Taylor is the queen bee. She dates whomever she likes, rules over her inner circle of friends like Genghis Khan, and can ruin anyone's life with a snap of perfectly manicured fingers. Just ask the unfortunate few who have crossed her. For April Bowers, Britney is also the answer to her prayers. April is so unpopular, kids don't even know she exists. But one lunch spent at Britney's table, and April is basking in the glow of popularity. But Britney's friendship comes with a high price tag. How much is April willing to pay?
Publish date: April 4th 2011
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Pages no: 237
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
, Young Adult Contemporary
Ah, high school. A time of my life that I'd never willingly go back to, and this book reminds me exactly why!Poor April gets caught up in the desire to be popular, but it conflicts with her personality and desire to be nice. She struggles with many of the same issues that we all faced: not having th...
I absolutely loved the Lipstick Laws, I even stayed up late into the night to read as much as possible of it. It's hilarious! If you've seen Mean Girls, read this. It's much better. The nick-name 'Hottie-Body-Brentwood cracked me up, it was so cheesy! Oh and the cross-dressing scene.... I found myse...
If you don't take this book too seriously, it's a fun and enjoyable read filled with laugh-out-loud moments. It's not particularly life-changing and the angst is only small-scale (thank god) but this is what made it so refreshing. It's the age-old story of surviving high school and all the cliques, ...
I shouldn't be so annoyed, I'm the adult woman reading young adult novels...but I found this just extremely silly. It was very hard for me not to be annoyed by the main character, and in the end, I wouldn't have complained if she ended up sad and alone. Which isn't usually like me, I always try to ...