Flirting with Disaster (Stupid Cupid, #2)
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Flirting with Disaster (Stupid Cupid #2)

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Felicity is a total romantic. That’s why she follows her heart—not the rules—in her job as a cupid. But when Felicity turns her matchmaking magic on her best friend, Andy, it’s Andy who breaks their golden rule: friends always come first. Andy is so wrapped up in her new guy that she’s ditching everyone else. How can Felici...more
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Published March 9th 2010 by Simon Pulse (first published February 15th 2010)
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willaful
(Won from First Reads.)

This was the second in a series, but I didn’t find it hard to follow. I sort of wish I’d read the first though, just to find out what on earth the rationale behind hiring teens to act as magical “cupids” for other high school students is. (Literally hiring… I had to snort when Felicity mentions getting a bonus check for a “lasting love match” -- a couple that’s been together almost a whole month.)

Although hardly plausible, the set up is kind of amusing: cupid Felicity work...more
Bookworm1858
Summary: Felicity returns as a cupid with her magic PDA! This time she decides to try to fix her friend Andy up which results in Andy ditching her friends for her boyfriend. Felicity also gets tantalizingly close to her longtime crush Derek but only as friends.

Thoughts: Again Felicity manages to mess up and she seems unashamed at not reading the instructions for her job. Yes they might be difficult to read but it's her job and she should actually read them. The drama in this book revolves around...more
Kristi (The Story Siren)
These books are just so cute! That is my one word description: cute. They are feel good, warm and fuzzy, easy to read books.

This is actually the book I read after Mockingjay because I was so traumatized after I finished I needed something that I wouldn’t have to think too much about and something that would make me feel good by the end of the novel. Sometimes as a reader you just want those types of books. I for one really enjoy reading them, and that’s what you will get with Flirting with Disa...more
Princess Bookie
My Thoughts: This series is made of awesomeness! Seriously, these are the cutest books ever! I read Flirting With Disaster a few weeks after Stupid Cupid and it had the same fun to it! We are reunited with Felicity, Andy, and Maya. And of course her crazy matchmaking job! This time the book focuses on her friend Andy. Felicity set her up with Tyler and things seem to be going smoothly except for one glitch. Andy is so in love with Tyler she starts to ditch Felicity and Maya. All she does is brea...more
123maureen
Felicity Walker is a cupid, however no one knows, and no one is allowed to know or she will be in trouble. Felicity has always had a crush on Derek since freshman year, but finally, she decides that it is time for her to move on. So, in an attempt to put Derek in a relationship with one girl, she messes up, and somehow, the whole school is now in love with Derek. Teachers, boys, principals- EVERYONE. What a disaster. Not only that, but after seeing her best friend Andy single for so long, she de...more
Tiffany
I have really enjoyed this series. They are cute, clean, and fun reads.

Felicity has a job as a cupid. She matches couples up and sends them an email through her cute pink PDA. When they open the email it is like being shot with cupids arrow. They are instantly attracted to each other, after two weeks the effects run out and that is when you find out if you made a good match or not.

Felicity is unable to match herself to Derek her dream guy. She has had a crush on him since her Freshman year. Deci...more
Myhotstylist
2nd in series

Felicity is a cupid and once again she finds herself in matchmaking trouble.

In book one, she pairs up her firend Maya with 3 matches and learned from her mistake. Now shes paired up her other friend, Andy, and shes soon regretting it. Andy is spending all her free time with her new love Tyler and the trio friendship suffers. Also in a fit of desperation to get over her crush Derek, she decides to make him a match. She figres if he is in love with someone else, she could forget abou...more
Lisette
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Helen
I actually liked this one better than the first one. I love how entertaining these books are.
I've read way too many books lately where the author is trying too hard to make the book something it's not, or make a teen sound more like a teen when they really just sound...fake. But Rhonda Stapleton has something they don't - quality and realness. It makes her writing shine.
Sure, they're a little predictable at times, but it's the kind of predictable that's entertaining, and not the kind that makes...more
Kris
Recommended for gr. 8-12. Light, entertaining read, definitely a "girl book". The second in a series, I didn't figure out for a couple of chapters that Felicity had a job as a "cupid" with a magical PDA that she used to match up couples. A little more explanation would have been helpful (or just having read the first book!). Some underage drinking, mention of "going all the way", otherwise nothing inappropriate.
Katy
This was really cute. Yes, it was cliche and predictable (except for the one fact about Derek's secret at the end), but it was fun to read, especially the awkward moments. Had me smiling and laughing out loud.
Tsubasa
Totally a fast read and it was a as good as the first book! I can't wait to read the conclusion to this trilogy!
Misti
Just finished it, awesome! Love the twist at the end with Derek.
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Rhonda Stapleton started writing a few years ago to appease the voices in her head. She has a Master's degree in English and a Bachelor's degree in Creative Writing. Rhonda lives in Northeast Ohio with her lovely, energetic family and their crazy dogs.

In the twelve minutes of free time she has each day, Rhonda enjoys reading, photography, writing poetry, singing in the shower (and in the car, at w...more
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