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Spring Fling Book Review

Spring Fling By Sabrina James
Spring Fling By Sabrina James
Spring Fling Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Feb 01, 2010
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

The perfect book for Valentine's Day! Spring Fling by Sabrina James is all about holidays, romance and LOVE - check out Kidzworld's review of this "Be Mine" book!

Spring Fling Rating: 5


Author: Sabrina James

The perfect book for Valentine's Day! Spring Fling by Sabrina James is all about holidays, romance and LOVE - check out Kidzworld's review of this "Be Mine" book!


Sweet Story

Danielle Hollis, the star of this novel, is 17-years-old and in high school. She's looking forward to something all teens start thinking about when winter shows signs of ending, the flowers start blooming, the birds start singing, the bees start buzzing and a change to warmer weather is in the air: spring break!


But this spring break is special - Danielle is absolutely determined to reinvent herself. And going on a vacation to Florida with her two BFFs - Mindy and Ava - is the perfect time to shed her shy-girl image!


What Danielle hadn't exactly planned on, however, was a houseful of cute guys (Cooper, Ethan and Damian) staying in the house next door in Florida … Romantic twists, turns and comic mishaps abound! Can Danielle change her image, find love, get a tan - and maybe even discover who she really is - before spring break is over? Read Spring Fling to find out!


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