The Truth About Thongs (Mapleville High Book 1)
Publisher: SBD Press
Category: Children's eBooks
Description and OverviewYou know that amazing moment when the guy you've been crushing on finally notices you? And you have a fantastic conversation? And then, the next day, he doesn't even recognize you, let alone drop to his knees and declare he'll be yours forever? Yeah, that hurts. And that's pretty much Blueberry Waller's life.
Freshman year might have started off as zero for Blue, but when she gets a part in the school musical as her crush's mother, it's her chance to get noticed by him. Yes, Heath is much cooler than she is. Yes, he's a senior, and she's a freshman. And yes, he has to kiss another girl in the play. But when he runs into Blue at a cast party, suddenly, she's on his radar.
Things are moving fast, faster than Blue is prepared for. It takes her three best friends, and a very hot senior named Colin, to help her figure things out….until things suddenly become a lot more complicated than she ever intended…including a first kiss that's all wrong. Or is it?
Books in the Mapleville High Series:
The Truth About Thongs
How to Date a Bad Boy
Pedicures Don't Like Dirt
Geeks Can Be Hot )
The Fake Boyfriend Experiment
Ice Cream, Jealousy & Other Dating Tips
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Stephanie Rowe is the author of more than 40 novels. Stephanie is a four-time nominee of the RITA Award, the highest award in romance fiction. She has won many awards for her novels, including the prestigious Golden Heart Award. She has received coveted starred reviews from Booklist, and Publishers Weekly has called her work "[a] genre-twister that will make readers...rabid for more." Her books have been selected as YALSA Quick Picks for Reluctant Readers. For more information on Stephanie, visit www.stephanierowe.com.
Author's Note: This novel was originally published in paperback in 2004 by Dorchester Publishing with the title Putting Boys on the Ledge under the author's pen name of Stephie Davis. This edition has been substantially revised and expanded.