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Totally Crushed (Candy Apple, Bk 7)
Totally Crushed - Candy Apple, Bk 7
Author: Eliza Willard
Pink for your friends. Red for your crush. What could be simpler? — Annabel is thrilled to find a red carnation at her locker on Valentine's Day. But when it turns out to be from her best guy friend Sam, things get messy -- fast! Annabel could never like Sam THAT way. But her best friend Phoebe does! Annabel's perfect Valentine's Day ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780545028141
ISBN-10: 0545028140
Publication Date: 2008
Pages: 160
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
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Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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Valentine's Day is almost here, meaning candy, flowers, and plenty of drama. The best presents (besides the ones from your friends and loved ones) are the ones from a secret admirer.

When you get a present from a secret admirer, your first thought is: Who could have sent me this? Your biggest wish is that it is from the really hot and really popular person; your biggest nightmare would be if it was from your best friend who you only have feelings of friendship for.

Unfortunately for Annabel, this is exactly her problem. At first she was ecstatic to have a carnation at her locker, since it could just possibly be from her biggest crush, Jude. Then she found out it was from her best friend, Sam.

What's a girl to do? Annabel just can't believe that the girl Sam has been crushing on was her and not her best friend, Phoebe, who actually likes him. How could she possibly let him down easily?

So now it is up to Annabel to resolve disaster, while making sure no one gets hurt. But Annabel still needs to find a date to the Skate Party, and since Jude doesn't seem a likely possibility at all, can she find a guy who is just as cute, and maybe even cuter?

Mixed messages, over-analyzing, crazy love triangles. Who knew seventh grade could be so entertaining?