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He's the One

He s the One Jill Gersten has never been a one guy type of girl after all variety s the spice of life So Jill s become a master at juggling dates As long as she can get away with it there s no need to commit to

  • Title: He's the One
  • Author: Nina Alexander
  • ISBN: 9780553492507
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Jill Gersten has never been a one guy type of girl after all, variety s the spice of life So Jill s become a master at juggling dates As long as she can get away with it, there s no need to commit to just one person And with the tourists flooding her town on the Delaware Shore in the coming weeks, Jill s sure to have a guy crazy summer.Then Jill meets Craig Miller WitJill Gersten has never been a one guy type of girl after all, variety s the spice of life So Jill s become a master at juggling dates As long as she can get away with it, there s no need to commit to just one person And with the tourists flooding her town on the Delaware Shore in the coming weeks, Jill s sure to have a guy crazy summer.Then Jill meets Craig Miller With his deep green eyes and intense personality, he s, welldifferent When Jill s friends tease that she s finally fallen for someone, Jill protests She s still not interested in settling down no matter how cute Craig is But when Jill spots Craig kissing another girl, she s sick with jealousy Now she wants Craig all to herselfbut can she give up her flirtatious ways

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    1. I remember reading this book sometime in my teenage years, and when I was back at my mom's house, I discovered it on my book shelf and picked it up again. I remember this being my favorite of the "Love Stories for Young Adults" series (does anyone else remember those books?), and thus it stayed wedged between a few childhood favorites (likeKing of the Wind andSilver Creek Riders) for years. After picking it up again, I see what 13-year-old me liked about the book. It's an innocent look into teen [...]

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