"this book wasn't as good as i thought it would be. melissa begins to keep a journal about her sexual encounters as she searches for love. although she is only 14, she comes off as being older. i'm not really sure what i expected the book to be like, but i don't think it was like this. i guess i was looking for more suspense or detail. more about why she was doing this.
this is a book i would recommend to teens around the age of 15 or 16 to read. i know some people may disagree saying that it may give them ideas about being sexually active, but i believe it won't. alot of girls have fanasies like these growing up. in this book, melissa shows the reader (at least a little) that doing this could could hurt you. the end of the book really tells the difference between real love and "sex" love."
"a little bit slower than the others in the series, but still good. lindsay must stop deadly fires and find out what happened to a very famous, very sick boy. she is also faced with realizing her feelings about her partner and her boyfriend."
"i finally finished this book. let me tell you, i was not too thrilled with it. there were several errors with quotations and grammar. the beginning of the story started off good, but it quickly got boring. the ending was good also, but you had to sit through the whole boring middle part to get to it. to me, it just wasn't worth it"
"this book made me cry, smile, laugh, and get angry. it is a very touching story about Page, her husband, Brad, and their children, Allyson and Andy. It starts off as Allie lieing to her mother about where is going and who she is going with. While out with her friends, Allie is involved in a tragic car accident. As Allie lays on a very thin line between life and death, Page feels her whole life fall apart in a matter of days. As she tries to find her find her husband to tell him about Allie's accident, he comes to realize that he is cheating on her. Just when Page thinks that her dying daughter and ending marriage is enough to deal with, Andy runs away and breaks his arm. Page knows that her life will never be the same again, but she's just not prepared for everything that happens."
"all romances end the same....the couple get together. but it's what happens before the ending that makes a good read. this one is steamy and funny. the first love scene is hot, while the ones that follow slowyly simmer down. still worth the quick read though."
"this is a good book for children 10 and older. the book is talks about divorces, bras, killings of barbie, and other stuff that may not be suitable for younder children. it talks about how amber is unhappy because her mom is dating a new guy and it seems to effect her school work. through her school work, she came to know her mother's boyfriend."
"while i've never read a true crime book before, i don't think i like this type of book. there was way too much detail and it took forever to actually get into the story line. the first part of the book describe the characters ancestors. i don't see a point in reading about a person's grandparents, it didn't matter in the plot. as much as i wanted to put this book down, i didn't because i wanted to see what happened in the end."
"when redheads reve and jazzy realize that they are twins, they have found more trouble than they asked for. with a killer going around killing redheads, and someone out to stop the girls from finding out who their real parents are, the girls are in some big trouble. with jazzy hurt, reve must turn to the one man she hates the most, jacob. but even with his help, the girls just may not survive to find out the truth."
"not one of her best books, although i haven't read many by her. win is asked to solve a cold case that took place miles away from him. he enlists the help of his friend. the secrets that they uncover are so shocking that he can't believe them."
"just when you think you know someone, it's time to think again. that's what you'll be saying after you read this breath-taking romantic suspense. maddie thinks her attack was just a random act of violence. but when sam enters the picture, things begin to change. maddie can't stand the thought of him being around, but she soon realizes, she can't stand the thought of him NOT being around. robards has you at the edge of you seat waiting to see what will happen, a real page turner."