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Perfect Shot: 12/23/12
Perfect Shot by Debbie Rigaud part of Simon and Schuster's Romantic Comedy series of novels. London Abrams loves volley ball and wants nothing more than to attend a volley ball summer camp. It's unfortunately a bit pricey and her parents have said no. She's decided she'll do what it takes to earn the money herself — even if it means entering a local modeling contest!
Mixed into this equation is a cute boy, Brent St. John, who is an amateur photographer and part of the contest. Part of her inspiration to enter the contest is her crush on Brent.
The plot is a bit formulaic — more so than I found Animal Attraction by Jamie Ponti. The situation — working in a boutique / modeling is a bit of a cliché. As it's been done so many times, Perfect Shot has to work a lot harder to stand out.
Comment #1: Monday, December 24, 2012 at 00:40:31
I actually really liked this one-I haven't read many YA books with athletes even if that wasn't as much of a focus. Hope your next read is better!
Comment #2: Wednesday, January 09, 2013 at 17:43:04
It was probably the timing of when I read the book. I still want to try other books in the series.