Excellent YA chick-lit comedy
Reading Level: Young Adult
Release Date: February 17, 2011
Source: Copy from Author
Reviewed By: Kate McMurry
Natalie writes an advice column for the school newspaper under a pseudonym, and though the students love her column, her editor and his assistant treat her like a joke. Her pride on the line, Natalie decides to write a truly significant piece of investigative journalism in order to win an important writing contest to prove her worth as a writer. She goes undercover dressed as a male, calling herself Nat, as she infiltrates an all-boys school with the help of a brilliant preteen hacker.
This is a fast, entertaining and often very funny read. I love the heroine’s sharp, snarky voice and, in general Natalie is an engaging heroine with a lot of spunk. There is a terrific romantic interest who is very sympathetic.
For people who enjoyed this book, you may also appreciate:
- A Match Made in High School
- The Oracle of Dating (Harlequin Teen)
- The Oracle Rebounds (Harlequin Teen)
- As You Like It
- Triumph of Love
- She’s the Man (Widescreen Edition)
- Just One of the Guys
Disclaimer: I received a review copy from the author, who contacted me as an Amazon top reviewer.
I rate this book as follows:
Comedy Plot: 5
Romantic Plot: 5