Everyone loves Jen Greenley. But being the world's best listener doesn't always get you too far. Until Jen's asked to look after 'Lucas Smith' -- better known as Luke Striker, Hollywood's most famous teenage movie star, who's coming to Clayton to research a new role. Can Jen keep Luke's identity a secret? And can she manage not to lose her heart ...
Everyone loves Jen Greenley. But being the world's best listener doesn't always get you too far. Until Jen's asked to look after 'Lucas Smith' -- better known as Luke Striker, Hollywood's most famous teenage movie star, who's coming to Clayton to research a new role. Can Jen keep Luke's identity a secret? And can she manage not to lose her heart to the most gorgeous guy on the planet? Let's face it -- Jen's starring in her very own Mission Impossible! Or is she?
Good. 5 Reliable and polished AUDIO CDs in the clamshell case withdrawn from the library collection. Some library marking to the box and the CDs. Each CD is in an individual slot, protected and clear sounding. Enjoy this Audio CD performance.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. Audio CD Ex-Library This unabridged audio book has 5 CD's in very good condition with a library's writing on each one. The plastic case is in very good condition with some stickers on it. This book is read by Elisabeth Moss and lasts about 5 hours and 59 minutes.
Isn't it every girl's dream to have a hottest Hollywood celebrity fall in love with her? Well, that's exactly what happens to Jen, when she's selected to show the "new student" in school around. The "new student", however, turns out to be the hunky guy every girl dreams of...and he's falling for Jen!!! This is such a great read, especially for teenage girls!
Publishers Weekly, 2004-08-30 Cabot (Princess Diaries) revisits her Hoosier roots, taking something of a break from the glitzy world of Genovia's royalty. But not too much of a break, since this brisk and bubbly tale explores what happens when teen heartthrob Luke Striker attempts to spend a week posing as an ordinary high school student in a small Indiana town, in order to research his next movie role. Luke's host (and the novel's peppy narrator) is Jenny, a well-liked junior at Clayton High who has her own secrets: she anonymously pens "Ask Annie," the school paper's advice column, excerpts of which appear before each of the novel's chapters. And she nurses a half-acknowledged crush on the paper's editor, Scott, who is dating someone else. Shocked by the cruelty of real-life high school, Luke convinces Jenny to become a force for good-to no longer simply be everybody's pal but to champion the downtrodden (such as the school's least popular girl, Cara "Cow") and fight for what's right (the return of a favorite teacher's kidnapped Cabbage Patch doll). As a reward, of sorts, Luke promises to come back to town to take Jenny to the high school's Spring Fling. The down-to-earth high school setting, peopled with recognizable, fully realized characters and ably described by Jenny, provides a sturdy springboard for the over-the-top Hollywood plotline, which Cabot delivers with a wink. A snappy and fun read that is-no doubt-soon to be ready for its own close-up. Ages 12-up. (Aug.) Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
Publishers Weekly, 2005-09-05 In a starred review, PW wrote, "Cabot's brisk and bubbly tale explores what happens when teen heartthrob Luke Striker attempts to spend a week posing as an ordinary high school student in a small Indiana town." Ages 12-up. (Aug.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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