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Step Up and Dance (Girlfriend Fiction #6)

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As I leaped and kicked, taking care to be perfectly in line, I felt a quickening in my chest, a secret dance in my heart. I just had to get through rehearsal and the game itself, then I would finally get to talk to him . . .
Saph's life is pretty perfect. At sixteen, she's already doing what she loves: dancing in a cheerleading squad for a professional basketball team. So w
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Published August 2008 by Allen & Unwin
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Alex Smith
Mar 18, 2011 Alex Smith rated it really liked it
Really good but it was one of those books where you feel like yelling at the characters because it's so obvious from the readers point of view but the characters keep doing stupid things! So annoying. But overall a brilliant book and you do not, i repeat, DO NOT have to be into dancing to really enjoy it!
Dec 12, 2010 Lore rated it it was amazing
Another of my faves in the GF fiction 'series'.
Oct 19, 2013 Bailey rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This was one of my pre-teen favorites when I was I think year 7. This was the only one that I would read with full interest back in the days (besides twilight). It's still one of my favorites till now. Not only that but I also love the magazine 'Girlfriend'. Back in the days when I was not that interest in books, I saw this at the school library when my class would go and borrow a book. Once we got in class, we started to read our book that we borrowed and that is when I was hooked! There was no ...more
May 25, 2013 Carlie rated it liked it
It's a book of love between a basketball player and a cheerleader. On valentine's day, Saph, the cheerleader gets a love letter from her secret crush Damien Rowsthorn who is the basketball player which Saph has a secret crush on. She finds out another player on Damien's basketball team wrote the letter and now Saph and her best friend summer want revenge.
Alisha Brook
Oct 07, 2016 Alisha Brook rated it liked it
Shelves: 3-stars
Personally I love these Girlfriend Fiction books as they all have relatable characters, a great story with a message and they're based on teens.

STEP UP AND DANCE was an enjoyable read.
Jan 29, 2011 Tina rated it it was ok
A step above the usual teen romance drivel, but still quite predictable. The attractive cover should mean that many fans of the recent "So you think you can dance" craze will pick it up...
Dec 19, 2012 Kluv rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I found it a bit boring. Didn't enjoy it and probably wouldn't read it again.
Mar 02, 2010 Sarah.gra rated it really liked it
i liked this book and im sure many others would to dancer or not
Mar 02, 2011 Jessi rated it really liked it
Shelves: top-faves
Pretty good book, not the best but it was good. I really enjoyed it.
May 21, 2010 Nandar rated it it was amazing
Well I really loved this book.
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