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Summary

Ask Jenny your most complex interpersonal relationship questions. Go on, we dare you!

High school junior Jenny Greenley is good at solving other people's problems, so good that she's the school newspapers' anonymous advice columnist. But when 19-year-old screen sensation Luke Striker comes to Jen's small town to research a role, he creates havoc that even levelheaded Jenny isn't sure she can repair...especially when he asks her, and not Jenny's Luke Striker-groupie best friend, to the Clayton High Spring Fling.

Can Jen, who always manages to be there for everybody else, learn to take her own advice, and find true love at last?

©2004 Meggin Cabot (P)2004 Random House, Inc. Listening Library, an imprint of the Random House Audio Publishing Group

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This is a really good book, and if you love teen drama then this book is perfect for you.

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I thought this book deserved 5 stars when ranked against other books of its kind. It was an easy, light read that still conveyed a great message. The heroine in this book learned to take an active stance against injustice in her school. She managed to stop some bullying and along the way find some romance. I think the message is a good one for both youth and adults. What injustices are present in our world that we just accept as part of life? We, like the main character in this novel, may find that we can do a great deal of good if we only put our minds to it.