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Where The Boys Are

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Seventeen-year-old Ben Harris has landed a summer resort job -- a maid! Smitten with a beautiful guest, Lexie Madison, Ben transforms himself every night into the rich and dashing Benjamin Holt. When Lexie uncovers the truth, she's furious. But after weeks of persistence, Ben wins her back.
Published August 1st 1998 by Point Signature
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Okay, so did not give this book a rating. I was given this paperback book. It is a "Scholastic" story for young readers. I read it because it is one of those books that adults can read in an hour or two. At my age, lol, I am far from being a "young" reader! I did not feel like I could rate this book fairly. It is a cute story and certainly is written with young reader's in mind.
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