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  • Title: Catchpenny
  • Author: Sarah Wathen
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 321
  • Format: ebook
  • Sarah Wathen s serial novel is finally available, the four parts combined as one full novel Meg Shannon was rarely surprised She wasn t surprised, for example, whenever she came to school to find her locker vandalized again Slut Whore Trash She was an independent, self confident, intelligent young woman, and she d stopped caring about the labels people born on the riSarah Wathen s serial novel is finally available, the four parts combined as one full novel Meg Shannon was rarely surprised She wasn t surprised, for example, whenever she came to school to find her locker vandalized again Slut Whore Trash She was an independent, self confident, intelligent young woman, and she d stopped caring about the labels people born on the right side of the tracks in Shirley County slapped on her.So when quarterback Tristan Jameson walked up to her at lunch and flat out asked her to Homecoming, she refused to be surprised then either But she wasn t stupid Was it a joke Was he looking for a guaranteed good time Her phone number on a bathroom stall with just such a promise came to mind But he seemed nervous, as if he truly cared what her answer would be Maybe, just maybe he actually liked her.But to believe that would be dangerous Raise the stakes Sure, Meg was brave but was she willing to risk everything Her pride Her identity And why did she have such a hard time accepting that someone like him could want someone like her Was it possible she had started to believe all those hateful labels One way or another, Meg s answer to Tristan s proposal that sunny afternoon would change her life forever And everything she thought she knew about herself, too.
    Catchpenny Sarah Wathen s serial novel is finally available the four parts combined as one full novel Meg Shannon was rarely surprised She wasn t surprised for example whenever she came to school to find her

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    1. Catchpenny is a story about a strong independent young woman, Meg, from the wrong side of the tracks who falls in love with star quarterback and most popular kid in school, Tristan Meg is confident in everything except the fact they will ever have a future together She has worked hard for her dreams as have Tristan, so she doesn t see how they will last beyond high school with leaving for college rushing at them.Meg deals with prejudices against her every day and lets it roll off her like water [...]

    2. A new to me author with another coming of age story but a little better than most, and I fell into it from the start Wish I could say I maintained that high through to the end However, the last quarter of the book felt overly rushed on a fast track to the finish and lost a lot of its punch by doing so Still, it was representative of a very good depiction of this couple s senior year and the coming of age story scenario And Catchpenny meaning of little value, cheap, obtain for pennies is such a g [...]

    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. I read a lot of YA books, and while I thoroughly enjoy stories about kids and teens who travel to mystical realms or develop undiscovered abilities so they can catch murderers or battle demons or thwart ancient prophecies or Armageddon, it s good to get a healthy dose of reality from time to time Real characters in real places in real situations.Catchpenny is the story of Meg Shannon, a high school senior living in a small town in Shirley County, U.S.A In small towns such as this, everyone knows [...]

    5. Catchpenny by Sarah Wathen was hard to put down I found it intriguing and the writing style well crafted The main character is Meg, or, as main guy Tristan calls her by her full name, Mekaela Basically an outcast on the fringes of high school society, and even that of Shirley County, where she lives, Mekaela knows a better life awaits her Her mom has always told her so, and she has worked hard to live up to her academic potential to make a life for herself outside the confines of her small town [...]

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