Crazy in Love
From a bestselling author comes a fun, flirty look at first love! High school senior Mary Jane Ettermeyer has been the good girl for a long time. To date, she's proud to say she's been able to keep her pledge of abstinence (not that anyone has challenged it). But when the cutest guy in school starts flirting with her, she suddenly finds herself crazy in love, even though her inner Plain Jane tells her he can't possibly think she's cute, while her inner Sexy M. J. is questioning her vow to keep herself pure until marriage. Not to mention that hot Jackson House shouldn't even be talking to her, because he already has a girlfriend! There are a ton of good reasons why she should never speak to Jackson again, except that every time she sees him, all of her resistance seems to melt away. . . .
- Paperback | 232 pages
- 137.16 x 205.74 x 20.32mm | 249.47g
- 15 May 2008
- New York, NY, United States
?Mackall hits the nail on the head with her poignant description of first love and sexual yearning.? ?"School Library Journal
About Dandi Daley Mackall
Dandi Daley Mackall is theauthor of numerous books for children, including"Larger-Than-Life Lara." She lives in West Salem, Ohio, with her husband and their three children.
Our customer reviews
Can four minutes really change your life? When Mary Jane leaves a party for four minutes with a boy to grab more soda, rumors start flying out of control. The boy in question is the school hottie, and boyfriend to Star, a very popular girl, not to mention Mary Jane\'s friend. She can\'t believe that people are talking about her and acting as though something major happened during that short time. Now Star\'s bent on revenge and boys are phoning Mary Jane\'s house day and night asking for special privileges. As for the boy in question, Jackson admits wanting to date Mary Jane, but isn\'t sure if he can end it with Star. Does Mary Jane have the gumption to straighten out the rumors? How far will girls go for the right boy and is the cost worth it in the end? Devour this book along with A BAD BOY CAN BE GOOD FOR A GIRL by Tanya Lee Stone and kick girl power up a notch.show moreby TeensReadToo