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Catchpenny: Wicked Lover By Sarah Wathen,

  • Title: Catchpenny: Wicked Lover
  • Author: Sarah Wathen
  • ISBN: 9781942938040
  • Page: 199
  • Format: Paperback
  • Have you ever wondered about that girl at the edge of the crowd The one who has dark, bushy hair that hides her eyes while she s reading, but tight shirts that don t even try to hide the size of her breasts You ve heard the rumors, you know the rude nicknames, and you wonder what she really does when she s not in school She never comes to parties and she lives in a neigHave you ever wondered about that girl at the edge of the crowd The one who has dark, bushy hair that hides her eyes while she s reading, but tight shirts that don t even try to hide the size of her breasts You ve heard the rumors, you know the rude nicknames, and you wonder what she really does when she s not in school She never comes to parties and she lives in a neighborhood where nice girls never venture Everyone tries to ignore herbut there is something about her that s impossible to ignore Especially for the star quarterback, apparently Because he just asked her to the Homecoming dance, after dumping the head cheerleader.Catchpenny tells the story from the eyes of that girl, and Wicked Lover is just the beginning of this coming of age serial novel The small town minds of Shirley County have underestimated Meg Shannon for too long She s even fun than she is trouble but maybe she has finally met her match.
    Catchpenny Wicked Lover Have you ever wondered about that girl at the edge of the crowd The one who has dark bushy hair that hides her eyes while she s reading but tight shirts that don t even try to hide the size of her b

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    1. Catchpenny Wicked Lover is a real, raw, coming of age story with a young woman that is already strong with who she is.Meg, from the wrong side of the tracks , is asked to the homecoming dance by the recently broken up football star, Tristan Tristan wants to explore his sexuality without the scorn of his past relationship and Meg is all too happy to oblige Meg faces ridicule from the popular crowd mean girls but she doesn t fall to their pressure While Tristan comes into himself and finds camarad [...]

    2. Being just a bit older than a high school girl yes, go ahead and laugh I don t always relate to YA stories But Meg and I seem to have an awful lot in common We both read alone at lunchtime, we don t carry cell phones No, the flip phone in my glove box for emergencies does not count We both like to thrift , listen to classical music I was instantly drawn into this story Sarah s writing is really good, I love her sense of humor And I m certain I would never join her in a game of poker The love sto [...]

    3. The school quarterback is on a mission to lose his virginity so he invites the school slut to the dance you could sum up the story like that and guess at the rest and you d be right, but you d also be wrong This was much than that Meg, said slut, may deserve that title to an extent She knows what Tristan, said quarterback, wants as soon as he asks her out Everyone knows He s recently broken up from a girl who refused to give it up for years Meg is all too willing to solve his little problem But [...]

    4. First, I just want to say that I m feeling really honored for being able to read this short Part One of the Catchpenny serial novel, because Sarah Wathen is an amazing storyteller.Regardless of that, I m so mad with the Author How you got me hooked into the story using so few words Please, I just need to know, what happens next Also, I d love to have info about this love story, what are Tristan s true intentions Is He hiding something are his feelings real I hate you, Sarah Wathen Highly Recomm [...]

    5. Excellent and realistic young adult book This was a great coming of age young adult book The author did an excellent job getting the tone of the typical mean teenage girl It made me feel like I was in high school all over again I love that the main character, Meg, is a so called outcast but had enough confidence in herself to stay true to herself and not change She certainly caught the attention of a certain football player This is a great inspirational book for girls, it teaches them that they [...]

    6. I won this book through a giveaway.This is a pleasant YA novella It is the tale of the girl known around school as the tramp and the school s star athlete respected by all Her experience and his inexperience create the inevitable hookup It doesn t take a lot of imagination to see where this story goes but it is an enjoyable read to get there And it leads to wanting to learn of the story I will keep my eye out for the next in this series.

    7. Posted originally on my blog The Writer s InkwellWicked Lover is part one to Catchpenny and it helps to introduce you to Meg In a way, Meg is a bit of a conundrum She s a strong, self confident, highly intelligent young woman who is just trying to make it through her senior year of high school Sadly, she suffers from a terrible reputation because she s from the wrong side of the track and isn t afraid of her sexuality All of which serves to make high school fairly unbearable As someone who was k [...]

    8. Sorry, you lost me at the poker game This is a short story in which the star quarterback dumps his virgin girlfriend of 4 years a few days before Homecoming and asks the school slut to be his date instead I m sorry, am I the only one who thinks that s a douche move Slut shaming is not ok but apparently virgin shaming is Of course the prude is supposedly the evil popular girl although we never actually encounter her nor does our protagonist know her so it s all an assumption that she s evil If my [...]

    9. I won this book through a giveaway.I really wanted to like this book, but it just didn t do anything for me I found the story to be very unrealistic and I didn t like Meg I wanted to like her, but I thought that some of her decisions were very strange and didn t make a lot of sense The story was very short and I think it really lacked in character and story development I felt like parts of the book were missing Although I didn t really like this book, I would be willing to give this author anoth [...]

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