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Something, maybe

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Published by Simon Pulse in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Children of celebrities,
  • Father-daughter relationship,
  • Teenage girls,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • High school students,
  • Family life,
  • Fiction,
  • Interpersonal relations,
  • Children of the rich,
  • High schools,
  • Mothers and daughters,
  • First loves

Book details:

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Seventeen-year-old high school student Hannah is trying to lead a normal life, despite the fact that both her parents are famous for their wild lifestyles, which means getting her secret crush to notice her.

Edition Notes

StatementElizabeth Scott
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ7.S4195 So 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination217 p. ;
Number of Pages217
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25059139M
ISBN 101416978658, 1416953566
ISBN 109781416978657, 9781416953562
LC Control Number2008925771
OCLC/WorldCa419813541

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Elizabeth Scott is the author of Bloom, Perfect You, Living Dead Girl, Something Maybe, The Unwritten Rule, Between Here and Forever, and Miracle, among lives just outside Washington, D.C. with her husband and firmly believes you can never own too many books. Visit her online at Edition: Reprint. Something, Maybe We are all guilty of having embarrassing parents, or at least have our share of embarrassing moments, but Hannah has each and everyone of us topped. Her dad is Jackson James, founder of a playboy-esque website and show/5(4). Something, Maybe () About book: *coughs*So I could probably stretch this to stars for Finn and , incredibly predictable how the whole 'love triangle' would end, but it still amazed me how much I wanted to punch Josh and smack Hannah on the head every time she said "soul-mates". Something, Maybe is a straight-up romance, the kind of book you’d expect from Sarah Dessen or Maureen Johnson. And as a straight-up romance, it works wonderfully. Yes, it’s a bit predictable — I figured out how the ending would go and there really were no surprises, even with Hannah’s incredibly wacky parents — but, it’s a good.