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Paisley Hanover Kisses and Tells

(Paisley Hanover #2)

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The election results are in?and totally UnExpected. Now the UnPops are picketing, the Pops are preening, and Paisley?s sophomore year is a bust?again. But when best frienemy Jen?s reputation takes a beating by viral text, Paisley?s pity party is over. She rolls out a new undercover plan to save Jen?s rep, and in the process, follows her heart into a crazy complicated love
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Hardcover, 360 pages
Published July 8th 2010 by Dial (first published May 25th 2010)
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Leann
Jul 02, 2010 rated it really liked it
Fun and hilarious, Paisley Hanover Kisses and Tells is sure to be a great summer read!

This book is a follow up to Paisley Hanover Acts Out. I'd never read the first one, but it was still simple enough to fall into the story. It starts off as Paisley awaits the election results for sophomore class president, which she's sure she's won. Or, rather, her alter-ego Miss UnPleasant won. Cue the drama.

The characters are definitely full of their own personalities, from quirky Paisley; sweet and popular
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Lauren
Mar 02, 2009 rated it really liked it
Shelves: own
*3.5*

After reading the first humor filled Paisley Hanover book, Paisley Hanover Acts Out, I was eager to read more about the lovely and charming UnPop girl who goes by the name Paisley, so you can just imagine my happiness when an early copy landed in my hands unexpectedly. Thankfully, Paisley Hanover Kisses and Tells was a funny and compellable book that nearly lived up to its predecessor.

Paisley Hanover Kisses and Tells begins just as the final results of the student election are released, an
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Rachael
Apr 08, 2010 rated it really liked it
Pleasant Hill High has probably never seen anything like Paisley Hanover or her snarky alter ego Miss UnPleasant. Whether she knows it or not, this girl is a mover and shaker—and she’s just turned the entire social scene at Pleasant Hill High upside down in her quest to defy the rules (both official and Un) by becoming sophomore class president. Of course, when things go a big haywire, Paisley needs a new plan of attack. Good thing she’s got some really good friends and a whole army of UnPops be ...more
Khy
Feb 14, 2010 rated it really liked it
I feel like I've been waiting for years to read the sequel to the hilariously amazing Paisley Hanover Acts Out, but I suppose it's only been a little over a year. But what a slow year it was. When I finally got to pick up Paisley Hanover Kisses and Tells, I was terrified I wouldn't like it. Luckily, though, this sequel was just as unbelievably awesome as book one.

Even though some of the events in this book are way over-the-top, I loved them anyway. I really can't imagine so many people engaging
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Brittany
Mar 22, 2010 rated it really liked it
Paisley Hanover is back! Well... she's in detention, but she will be back. She's dying to know the result of the class elections. But, when she finds out it may not be quite the result she was looking for. When Paisley's UnFriends and PopFriends start to mingle and pick up a "Vive la Résistance" sort of attitude Principal Canfield better watch out. People like Miss UnPleasant, but they love Paisley Hanover. Which is what gets Paisley stuck in a Bermuda Love Triangle, love. With a protest that is ...more
16aderom
Feb 12, 2014 rated it really liked it
After i finished the book, i was happy that i had completed it but at the same time felt a feeling of sadness, due to the fact that Paisley Hanover and her adventures had accompanied me for a great deal of January, and afternoons at the beach. The whole story had basically been about problems in high school, which i was familiar with, and the constant fight to stand up to those who treated other people wrong. Paisley is actually a role model in this story. She called herself the "queen of the Un ...more
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May 13, 2010 rated it really liked it
Another awesome adventure from Paisley. But I think were was more drama in this one; sexting, bullying, love triangle, control freak principals, and thats just some of whats going on.
This book picks up right where "Acts Out" left off. Paisley and her friends are still protesting the unfair election to bully and sports star Hutch but also Paisley has to deal with choosing bad boy hottie Clint (PICK HIM!), or long time crush and popular soccor star Eric (PICK CLINT!). That, in its self, is a very
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Khornberger
Apr 11, 2011 rated it liked it
High School students will gravitate towards this trendy little book about high school drama. Paisley Hanover is a fighter for the unpopular kids and begins the book by winning a student government election, yet not being awarded with the title. Her classmates are in an uproar because they know she won and go to the vice principal's office to demand a recount. He allows a recount by handing them the shredded ballots. They stage a protest and in the meantime Paisley and her friends have a ton of a ...more
The Library Lady
Oct 07, 2010 rated it really liked it
Shelves: ya-books
I just can't be overly critical of this book, no matter how over the top it goes, because it is such a hoot to read. Okay, I will say that I find the "love triangle" bit hokey and unnecessary.

Since Tuttle has lots left in Paisley's sophomore year alone, I think she is planning quite a few more books. I just hope she doesn't drag it out as have Meg Cabot with her "Princess" books and Louise Rennison with her "Georgia Nicolson" books. Sometimes knowing when to stop is very very important if you re
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Rachael
Feb 24, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 5-stars
I really enjoyed this fun series! I really liked how Paisley is a sophomore in high school because so am I :) So there were many relatable things in this book and that's what I loved most! I also really liked meeting Paisley's friends because they reminded me a lot about my friends lol. This series over all was just a fun and easy read, so it definitely deserves 5 stars! I definitely recommend this to everyone. ...more
Aileen
Jul 02, 2009 rated it liked it
Shelves: own
I have to say, this book makes the first book look like junk. It...was...AWESOME!!! I loved it!!! I seriously hope that Cameron Tuttle comtinues this series with another book, Paisley is just an adorable character that no matter what age, almost anyone can kind of relate to her!! She's so fun, funny, and just plain silly in the best possible way. Love love LOVED it!!! ...more
Julia Concepcion
Jul 06, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: summers
SO amazing, I just spent 2 hours tearing through the last of it. And now I'm also very ticked because it promises another addition to the series but apparently, it still hasn't been released yet, after 4 years!!!! ...more
Kasey
Aug 16, 2010 rated it it was amazing
This book was really good! It was an amazing sequel to the first book in the series. I loved it! I was definitely torn between the two guys in her life. I loved this story! I can't wait for the next book! ...more
Forevernovels
Aug 05, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: favorites
This book was pretty funny, and witty. I have read this book twice, and I think I enjoyed it more the second time, because I was able to remember more details and events in the book. Hopefully the third book in the series is just as interesting, if not more.
Emily
Sep 23, 2010 added it
Shelves: review-books
Paisley is a corker (I love that word) to be sure, full of chutzpah and drama. Teenage girls will love her and all her conflict. I, on the other hand, am infinitely bored by this. So much to read, so little time.
Emma
May 29, 2013 rated it really liked it
Awesome! I'm definitely going to have to make the poor-me-me's that were described in the book! ...more
Katie
Feb 03, 2011 rated it really liked it
This was the sequel to the Paisley Hanover Acts Out and it wasn't disappointing in the least. I can't wait until the next one comes out. ...more
Elorm Ladzekpo
it's a good book!! ...more
Gina
Jun 08, 2010 added it
Shelves: firstreads
Can't wait to read this! ...more
Emily
Jul 16, 2011 rated it it was amazing
I really liked it although the constant talk about the election made it hard to get through some chapters.
Julianna Schock
Mar 23, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: ya
This book was pretty good! i liked the first one better though
Luke
Jan 27, 2010 marked it as to-read
The first book of this series was one of my favorites! I'm looking forward to this one! ...more
Brandee Terry
Sep 03, 2011 rated it liked it
Another cute book. I didnt like it as much as the first book but not bad.
Tomiko Mosby
Jun 29, 2011 rated it it was amazing
This book was AMAZING! Can't wait til the third one! ...more
Maryanne
Jun 20, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I really don't understand why this book isn't popular. I raved about it when I read the first one. And this one is even better. Characters are funny and realistic. ...more
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