e-Book Kissing Booth download

e-Book Kissing Booth download

by Lexie Hill

ISBN: 0545078652
ISBN13: 978-0545078658
Language: English
Publisher: Point (January 1, 2009)
Pages: 249
Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Subategory: For Kids

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Rating: 4.6
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KISSING BOOTH felt like it could have been a script for a great romantic comedy, and was a perfect feel-good book that left me smiling. I'm looking forward to reading more books from Lexie Hill in the future.

KISSING BOOTH felt like it could have been a script for a great romantic comedy, and was a perfect feel-good book that left me smiling.

Lexie Hill is a pseudonym of Lexa Hillyer. Lexie Hill studied English at Vassar College and now lives in New York City with two roommates and some plants. Her hobbies include writing, reading, shopping, eating, kissing, dancing, and making things.

Kissing booth,’ we both said at the same time, grinning. My phone beeped, and I saw a text from Olivia telling me that Dana and Karen would do the kissing booth too, so I replied a brief thank you. ‘The girls are all sorted,’ I said. Lee held his hand up for a high five, and I smacked my palm against his. This was going to be so cool.

Written by. Lexie Hill. Manufacturer: Scholastic Release date: 1 January 2009 ISBN-10 : 0545078652 ISBN-13: 9780545078658.

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As if I wasn’t already preoccupied enough with everything going on in my life – not to mention finals coming up – I had the school council to deal with, too.

Beth Reekles the beginning of June,’ Tyrone announced to us. ‘What? But that gives us hardly any time!’ someone protested loudly. Tyrone threw his hands up in surrender, and everyone hushed up. ‘I don’t choose the date, sorry. This is the only time we could get the ballroom at the Royale. You got us the Royale?’. Kaitlin shrieked, voicing what most of us girls were thinking

Who doesn’t love a fun, old-fashioned Kissing Booth? Maybe not the protagonist in this adorable, sweet YA novel.Lisi has never been kissed. Sure, she could practice on her guy friend, Johnny, but he’s like a brother to her! So when it comes time to pick a theme for the Spring Carnival booth, Lisi suggests a "Kissing Booth," hoping it will give her the chance to get a cheek-kiss from her crush, the handsome, popular Brett. But on the day of the carnival, as rumors fly and kisses are stolen, Lisi discovers that the person she should really kiss may have been right in front of her all along.
I thought this book was very cute, but it ultimately missed the mark. This is the story of Lisi of the NBK status (Never Been Kissed). She has a huge crush of a popular senior. He is an obsession she has harbored throughout high school, and she is determined to have something happen with him now that he has apparently broken up with his girlfriend and before he goes away to college. Meanwhile Lisi's group of friends seems to be breaking apart, and she can't figure out how to fix things.

I felt like the romantic elements of this book were far too underdeveloped. I was also annoyed by all the acronyms and "teen-speak" sayings that were thrown in randomly and didn't match the overall voice or tine of the book at all. Lisi was a very sympathetic character for me because I was just like her in high school. I think she represents a piece of all of us, but sometimes the way she acted in this book had me really angry. The heart-felt speech she gives at the end of the book had me rolling my eyes. I think this was cute, but you can do better with something else. I recommend Stephie Davis for a cute light read that has more flow and more romantic emphasis.

I normally love romance books, but this book was painful to read. Each character's personality was incredibly shallow; you can tell which character has blah tendencies but I didn't feel it. The plot was horridly predictable though normally this would be okay in some romance novels because of great characters and description. None of these were in this book. Not only did I guess the ending halfway through the book, it seemed to have fluffy fillers that didn't add much to the text. When trouble strikes (in the book), you KNOW its happening but I can not empathize with the character because there was basically NO elaboration, not on the setting, the characters, the conflict, etc.

I would strongly recommend AGAINST this book, that is, unless this book was aimed at elementary school kids...then, perhaps they won't mind the lack of detail. Poor read.

Lisi is an NBK - she's never been kissed. Lisi would really like to be kissed by her crush, Brett, who also happens to be the most popular guy in school. She doesn't think her chances are very high, since Lisi in not in the "in" crowd.

Springtime at Northside High means planning for the famous Spring Carnival. Spring Carnival is a huge deal, and this year the stakes are high for having the winning booth. Whichever booth sells the most tickets wins a trip to New York City. When planning for the school's Spring Carnival starts, Lisi gets the inspiration for a kissing booth. Lisi is secretly hoping she will finally get her first kiss from handsome Brett, but Lisi's not the only one with secrets.

After the popular fly girls make the Kissing Booth their main target for competition, rumors start to fly and the kissing booth crew just might have gotten themselves in too deep. And Lisi just might be falling for the wrong guy.

I'm a sucker for romances, and I couldn't resist the adorable red and white cover for this one! I loved the idea of an old-fashioned kissing booth and wished I could go to the Spring Carnival with Lisi and her friends. Even though the story is mainly a romance, there's also a sub-plot on friends growing up and growing apart that I thought added some depth to the story.

KISSING BOOTH felt like it could have been a script for a great romantic comedy, and was a perfect feel-good book that left me smiling. A must-read for fans of romance!

Reviewed by: Sarah Bean the Green Bean Teen Queen

This book is really cute! It is a must read for anybody! I am not a teenager and I still loved it! You feel like you are a part of their world and it teaches lessons about love, friendship, and growing up!

I got this book really ceap but it took a long time for it to finially get the mail.

This was a cute romantic comedy book that's perfect for the younger teen audience. I enjoyed it even though I'm no longer a teen. I'm looking forward to reading more books from Lexie Hill in the future.

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