All three have romantic designs on boys who are unattainable for different reasons and for different lengths of time.
When three high school sophomores set up a weblog as a class project to research whether girls or boys are more sex-crazed--and to play matchmaker, their own messy love lives become even more complicated. So one star for a cute book, entertaining in the fluffy way that certain movies or television shows are.
If you enjoy reading about what three girls with little experience and too much time on their hands do with their lives then I suppose this is a must read book. Personally, I know enough about my own adolescence and teenagers to believe that they have more on their minds than dating, status, and parties.
Probably the best-developed supporting character is Ramona, the gothic student who is in love with Dan.
She is an interesting foil for all three main characters and injects a lot of humor into the story.
Meet Madison, Holly, and Lina, the stars of this smart, sexy new series.
When The Dating Game web site they create for a sophomore class project is a smash hit, they become the matchmaking masters of their schooland, they hope, their own lives.
It moves very slow in some chapters, but in the majority of the chapters, it moves way too fast and doesn’t give all the information it should.
The author’s style of writing is very hard to follow and the story itself is very confusing to put all the pieces of it together.
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