Flirt Club by Cathleen Daly
I won this book through a First Reads Giveaway. Thanks very much! =)
- My Description -
Isabelle (Cisco) & Annie (The Bean) need help. They cant seem to get boys interested in them. They dont know how to flirt, so they form The Flirt Club.
The Flirt Club is founded with the hopes that it will strengthen ties with boys and help the members learn how to flirt.
- My Review -
This book is marked to young adolescents (like 13-15 year old readers) but the book was very mature as there are some sexual-type situations in the book.
Im not 13 or 15 years old, but I did enjoy this read. It was hard to put down. I kept coming back to it every chance I had. It was interesting reading the letters.
A fun book, with silly moments.
The whole book is told through letters to each other, with some journal entries included.
The book loses one star for me only because of the sex. Flirting is one thing, but 13 - 15 year old girls should not be engaging in sex like the book suggests.
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