Lexi Middleton has been socially invisible to her classmates, but starting her junior year, that’s going to change. First, she’s determined to hook a boyfriend, ensuring dates with flowers and possible kisses on the doorstep. Second, she wants to be a writer for the school paper, even though it freaks her out to think of everyone judging her by her punctuation and metaphors.
High school is difficult enough—keeping up her grades, dealing with increasing sibling rivalry, and trying to stay out of the way of her personal nemesis, Amberlee—but when Lexi catches the eye of her long-time crush, she also becomes the focus of mean-girl tactics.
Caught between who she was and who she wants to be, Lexi must decide how to confront a bully, and choose who to let into her heart.
Intended Audience 13-18 years old
This is a great book, it has high school drama,romance, or lack of romance, sibling rivalry, bully, just makes you want to be back in high school.
I did think this book was awesome, it is a story about Lexi, her Junior year. she is very into her studies making straight A, but like most girls in high school she wants a boyfriend, to be loved by someone, send her flowers and all that stuff. What she doesn’t want is her younger sister at the same school. so yes there is some issues with that. Lexi also hangs with a wonderful group of friends, two boys and two other girls, they are awesome friends to have, everyone should be lucky to have friends like hers. Lexi is also an aspiring writer and takes a creative writing classes and shares what she has written with her teacher. She keeps a spiral notebook for her notes and stories. The story she is writing is good.
This story goes through her Junior year the ups and the downs, the downs are no fun at all, but the story is really good and I feel this is great book for teens to read, it is a clean romantic and real. I felt the writer developed the characters and I really felt I could understand how Lexi felt. I recommend this for anyone who likes a clean story with a little bit of a twist. Yes this is a high school book, but it also a fun book to read.
I received this book for an honest opinion
I love this quote, Diana
“I’m wondering what to read next.” — Matilda, Roald Dahl