All American Girl, Paperback

All American Girl Paperback

2.5 out of 5 (3 ratings)

Description

Sam Madison never knew life could change overnight.

But, that's exactly what happens when she saves the life of the President of the United States as she's bunking off art class one night.

Now, an instant (if highly reluctant and very unlikely) celebrity, not to mention teen ambassador to the United Nations, Sam finds herself not only hanging out at the White House, but, trying to stop herself falling for David, the President's son ...

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 240 pages
  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: General
  • ISBN: 9780330415552

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I had my reservations about teh first book, so it took me forever to actually pick it up. but I liked it. This one was an almost 'Why not' kind of pick, but I found it disappointing. It seemed like such an issue book. And then there was all this random stuff about movies. Uh... don't care. It felt weird, and didn't add anything to the story. The story itself was one giant angst-fest, then when the conflict finally gets resolved, it's very much in a 'yeah, it's okay now' sort of way. Very disappointing.

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2

I had my reservations about teh first book, so it took me forever to actually pick it up. but I liked it. This one was an almost 'Why not' kind of pick, but I found it disappointing. It seemed like such an issue book. And then there was all this random stuff about movies. Uh... don't care. It felt weird, and didn't add anything to the story. The story itself was one giant angst-fest, then when the conflict finally gets resolved, it's very much in a 'yeah, it's okay now' sort of way. Very disappointing.

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4

Enjoyable tale about a girl that saves the life of the President's son from an assasin. I loved Sam's crazy sisters and her elder sister's boyfriend. By contrast, the passages between Sam and the President' son were handledwith care. Charming, funny and warm.

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