This Must Be Love

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Harper Collins, Dec 1, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 256 pages
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HERMIA: the perfect would-be Juliet in Athenwood High's upcoming spring production. Ok, maybe her only roles thus far have been trees -- but this future star is ready to break out and wow the world! They wouldn't even think about giving the part to her more obviously Juliet-like best friend ... HELENA: a believer in true love. She's prepared to wait as long as it takes for her perfect soul mate. But with the limited Romeo selection at Athenwood High School, she thinks she might have to wait forever -- until she meets ... DMITRI: the new guy. He's sultry, he's mysterious, and he's trying out for the lead in the school play. Helena is sure it's fate, Hermia thinks something's fishy, but the only one who knows the truth about him is ... ALEX: Hermia's best-friend-turned-secret-love-interest. He's smart, he's adorable, and, like a typical guy, he's absolutely clueless that Hermia is head-over-heels crushing on him! Or is he? The stage is set for mayhem, magic, and misunderstandings. Itmight be hilarious, it may be crazy, but in the end, it must be love!
  

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Review: This Must Be Love

User Review  - Kirsten - Goodreads

I've read some of her other books, and so thought I'd investigate. Not so great - the characters are a bit interchangeable, and certain things happened to propel the plot forward, not because they actually made sense. Read full review

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User Review  - Melissa - Goodreads

Great YA about two juniors in high school wanting to fall in love, big misunderstanding. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
32
Section 4
44
Section 5
94
Section 6
102
Section 7
121
Section 8
137
Section 9
157
Section 10
184
Section 11
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Section 12
239
Section 13
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About the author (2005)

Tui T. Sutherland is named after a rather noisy New Zealand bird. She loves lost civilizations and post-apocalyptic stories, and she has recurring end-of-the-world dreams (perhaps a side effect of being a Buffy fan!). Tui was born in Caracas, Venezuela, and lived all over the world before ending up in New York City, where she now resides with her dog, whose superpowers include hiding half-chewed things in the couch and woofing at noises no one else can hear. Tui is also the author of This Must Be Love, a comically romantic twenty-first-century update of A Midsummer Night's Dream.