Book Reviews of My Sister's Boyfriend (Changes Romance No. 9)

My Sister's Boyfriend (Changes Romance No. 9)
My Sister's Boyfriend - Changes Romance No. 9
Author: Katherine Applegate
ISBN-13: 9780061067174
ISBN-10: 0061067172
Publication Date: 11/1992
Reading Level: Young Adult
Rating:
  • Currently 4.7/5 Stars.
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4.7 stars, based on 3 ratings
Publisher: Harpercollins (Mm)
Book Type: Paperback
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This is a very funny book, written by the author of the "Ocean City" sries.

Justine is skeptical about romance; she likes writing about love, but doesn't have a love life of her own. She leaves the romance for her younger sister, Skyler. But when Rick shows up--as both the lead actor in Justine's new play and the new man in Skyler's life--Justine knows she's in trouble. She and Rick shared a life-chaning, life-threatening event at Walt Disney World the summer before. Now, Rick is back in her life. How can Justine be attracted to the first boy her sister's ever been serious about?
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Justine Drew is a skeptic about romance. She's had only one love-a mysterious stranger on an amusement-park ride-and she never expects to see him again. Justine's beautiful younger sister is the opposite: She falls in love weekly. So when Skyle says she finallt found true love Justine doesn't believe her-until Skyler brings her true love home. Rick Callahan is Justine's own mystery man, and Justine's feels her heart breaking the moment she sees him.

Justine vows to keep her distance from Rick, but when he's cast as the leading actor in a prize-winning play she has written, that vow is impossible to keep. If only Justine could write a happy ending to her own real-life tragic romance...

(Taken off back page of the book. Read when I was a teenager so I really don't remeber much about the book anymore. SOund like a interesting story for a girl age:8-14 into Romance novels though)