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Jake & Christy (Love Stories For Young Adults #44)

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Christy's mom thinks Jake is the perfect guy for her. Sure, he's cute and smart, but he's also pretty obnoxious. But it just so happens that Christy and Jake's mothers are best friends. That's why when Jake surprised her by asking her to the prom, Christy found herself saying yes. Her mom has been sick for a long time, and she hates to let her mom down, even if it means sp...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published April 11th 2000 by Bantam Books for Young Readers
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Brittany Soncek
Such a cute book! I did'nt know this book was a trilogy untill now so I hope that reading it out of order doesn't matter. I didn't think I was going to like it as much as I did. This book made me cry it was just that good!
Asriani
A light reading.
What I like from this book is the words choice, since I do not read lots of English books. The description of anything is just right. I can get it in first place.

This book is written with Christy and Jake's point of view. So the book let me know what their thoughts about each others. Christy's chapter is my favorite. I like all part when she talked to herself. It looks like she has name for every things. She is a tough and deep girl who would do anything for her family. Actually...more
Kathryn Steffen
Hands down one of my favorites
Tiffany
I discovered the "Love Stories" Books back in Junior High. I loved them at the time. Great quick reads that always had a happy ending. :)
Hana Nur
i cried loads reading this.
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Elizabeth Craft and Sarah Fain wrote their first piece together when they were fifteen - a feature on Kansas City delis for their high school newspaper.

They now live in Los Angeles, where Sarah and Liz are currently Writer-Producers on the Emmy-award winning show "The Shield" and James Patterson's upcoming "Women's Murder Detective Club" TV series debuting this fall on ABC.
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