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Risky Business (Scenarios #3-4)

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Decisions, decisions! How is a girl supposed to choose? Lessons of right and wrong are put to the test in the Scenarios series, where you can test your decision-making abilities in an eye-opening, but safe, way. Each book follows a character up to the point where she has to make an important, life-changing decision—then it’s your turn to choose. Will your choices lead to a ...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published April 1st 2011 by Barbour Books
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Issue-Driven Christian YA Fiction
5th out of 104 books — 92 voters
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Jill Williamson
Jun 27, 2011 Jill Williamson rated it it was amazing
This is a two-books-in-one volume that is the second volume in Nicole O’Dell’s series Scenarios- Interactive Fiction for Girls. Read each story, then choose what the main character will do next by choosing one of two alternate endings. I highly recommend this series to all girls. These are fun stores with relatable characters that give the reader a chance to see each side of a major choice. I’ve given a review of each story below.

Molly and her friends want to find a part time job to earn e
Apr 29, 2012 Marina rated it it was ok
This book was written with extremely basic language. There was hardly any description and not enough character development. Most of the characters were branded with either "good" or "bad".

The first part of this book (before you "choose the ending") wasn't bad for younger kids. Beginner readers would probably enjoy it. The thing that really bugged me was all the preaching after you chose the ending. If somewhere on the cover it said something about "Choosing A Christian Life" or something to show
Jan 16, 2011 Catherine rated it did not like it
OK. Let me start off by saying this: I am a Christian. I'm a firm believer in Christ & follow Him in my day to day walk. Now. With that being said.

I believe that this book was to preachy. I believe that the parents (especially in the first story) came across as snobby & stuck up. I believe that any girl that reads this is going to probably roll her eyes & walk away a fourth of the way in.

Maybe I was raised differently, but when I was 15 I wouldn't have even DARED to THINK about doing
Emily B.
Nov 28, 2012 Emily B. rated it it was amazing
i love the scenarios series and nicole O`dell`s books. Every time i read her books it is so hard to put down. She is such good author it is unbelievable! i always read her books as soon as they are out. I would recommend this book for any girl- teen or tween - that is a christian and struggles with peer pressure. Nicole O`Dell is one of my all time favorite authors! This an amazing series and it keeps you reading! :D ...more
Apr 02, 2011 Hillyhope rated it it was amazing
I'm eighteen, and I feel like this book is geared to a slightly younger reader--like 11-16 maybe, but I do love the idea of the choice endings. As a swimmer, the Making Waves book in this two-in-one was my favorite. All of my sports enthusiast friends use energy drinks, so that part really rang true.

To be honest, I haven't read this edition, but I did read the two original books in this volume, so I feel okay rating this since I've read them both--just not in this format.
Paige Mefferd
Sep 08, 2011 Paige Mefferd rated it it was amazing
This book is great for Christian girls from the age of 10 and over. As life gets more difficult, the temptaions grow, also. I love this book. I am definately going to read Risky Business again. You can't tell that it is as Christian as Golden Filly, but you can tell that it is christian. It is really good.
Jul 26, 2011 Peyton added it
This is an awesome Christian book, that really makes young girls look deep into themselves, and see what they would really do in a tough situation. One that every Christian teenage girl should read.
May 29, 2011 Kristen rated it it was amazing
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I loved how there were two books in one :) I really enjoyed the morals that both characters experienced.
Jan 15, 2012 Katie rated it it was ok
I personally hated this book only read the first story and I don't plan on reading the other one sorry guys but I will say it had a good moral:)
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Nicole O'Dell, Choose NOW Ministries
...battling peer pressure by tackling the tough issues

Youth-culture expert, Nicole O’Dell, resides in Paxton, Illinois, with her husband and six children—the youngest of which are toddler triplets. She’s the founder of Choose NOW Ministries, dedicated to battling peer pressure and guiding teens through tough issues while helping parents encourage good decisions,
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Scenarios (4 books)
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  • Magna (Scenarios, #3)
  • Making Waves (Scenarios, #4)

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