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Double Clutch by Liz Reinhardt
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Nov 11, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: romance, ya, realistic-fiction

high school & up

Brenna has just moved back to the states with her parents after living in Denmark for a year. She is going to be splitting her school days between the traditional high school classes and the vocational tech school. Brenna meets the smoldering, dangerous Saxon at the high school and the sexy, self-deprecating Jake at the vocational tech school. Brenna is crazily attracted to both but decides to begin a relationship with Jake. The rivalry between the two boys, however, goes much deeper than fighting over the same girl.

I really enjoyed this book. Brenna is a great character. Although she does seem way too level-headed at times to be a real teenager. No one would really be that accepting of their mom's over-protectiveness. Still, I like her. She's got terrific self-confidence and isn't overly worried about whether or not she's popular. Maybe that is what happens when you're a world traveled teen.
A word of warning: there are some intense make out sessions. This book is likely to be challenged if put in a middle school library.
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