Playing with Fire

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Laurel-Leaf, Aug 26, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 202 pages
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JESSICA WAKEFIELD DEMANDS attention in any crowd, from every boy. After obsessing over him for weeks, she finally lands the perfect guy: Bruce Patman. And she falls hard and fast. There’s nothing she won’t do for him. . . .But Elizabeth soon notices a change in her twin. Jessica’s usual charm,determination, and attitude are gone. She’s a ghost of her old self. And Liz wonders just how far her sister will go for love.

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User Review  - MyaB - LibraryThing

For me this one was ok, perhaps if I still had teenage hormones running wild I would have felt more enraged with how Bruce was treating Jessica but as it was I just saw it as he's a jerk and she should stand up for what she wants. Read full review

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User Review  - jilnicw - LibraryThing

Not bad as far as these types of books go. I read the updated version. I don't know exactly how the plot compares to the original written in the '80s, but this one seemed just like whoever wrote it ... Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Francine Pascal is the creator of many books for young adults. She lives in New York City and the South of France.

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