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All-American Girl by Meg Cabot
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Jan 17, 2011

really liked it

** spoiler alert ** i really did enjoy the book all American girl! i would often catch myself staying up late in the night, not being able to get my nose out of this book.
this book is about a average girl who isn't popular at all. she just goes about her like as a normal girl. in tell one day having the chance to save the presidents life, doing so and not her life is changed. she saves the president of the united states life and now her own personal life has changed tremendously. after a little while goes on in the book. Samantha falls in love with the presidents son. it goes on in the story where they become close and Samantha becomes more and more popular towards the other students at her school. after what amazing courageous thing she did for the president everyone start to act just as Sam. the way she dresses, the way she talks, etc.
if i had to recommend this book to someone i would say that the boys wouldn't be to interested in it and that this book would be recommend to the ladies. it is a romance that you shouldn't miss! i love it and would honestly say that any teenage girl who reads this book would feel the same way. i really liked reading this book and think that you should read it to!

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