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Middle-class America goes Hollywood at West Mount High, where Susan Brantley finds an anonymous love note, the rest of the kids are concerned with cars, and everyone attempts to put up with an uptight principal.
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Jesse McCracken adores Susan Brantley, yet family loyalty prevents him from telling her--their fathers loathe one another. He resorts to sending Susan anonymous love letters. She is intrigued, but concludes that the notes are from Blake Farraby, an occasional date. At a school dance, Jesse orchestrates a power outage, and in the resulting darkness, he seizes the opportunity to kiss a stunned Susan. It doesn't take long for her to realize that she's as smitten as he. The importance of attaining motor vehicle ownership (just about any kind will do) is a secondary theme in this modern-day Romeo and Juliet takeoff. The dialogue is on-target and the characters share a recognizable egocentricity that's typical among teenagers. Ages 11-14.
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Book Description Simon Pulse, 1989. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0671685708