Biggest Flirts

Biggest Flirts

Book - 2014 | Simon Pulse edition.
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"Tia likes to flirt, but she isn't looking for a serious relationship. Will is the same way--at least, that's what Tia thinks. But Will wants a real girlfriend, so despite their chemistry, he starts dating someone else. Then Tia and Will are elected their yearbook's Biggest Flirts, and things get really complicated"--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York ;, Toronto :, Simon Pulse,, 2014.
Edition: Simon Pulse edition.
ISBN: 9781442474451
Characteristics: 317 pages ; 22 cm.


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Feb 22, 2018

If younger than 18, DO NOT READ

FindingJane Feb 18, 2016

Reversing the usual gender dynamics in having the girl being the commitment-phobic half of a possible love duo, Ms. Echols shows that keeping things light and easy doesn’t necessarily make life more negotiable. Tia Cruz is adept at getting out of heavy responsibility but the novel shows that she doesn’t always manage as well as she’d like.

It’s refreshing to see a female protagonist who’s comfortable with her sexuality, doesn’t get labeled a “slut” and engages in sex without the urge to hurt other girls or simply break the hearts of boys. The story remains mostly on the light and fluffy side, although moments of painful introspection leak through—much like Tia herself. It does show how REALLY complicated relationships can get, especially when one person isn’t entirely sure she wants to be in one.

As YA romantic fictions go, this one gets insightful and remains playful without getting crushingly painful in spirit.

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Feb 22, 2018

ElizabethD_15 thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over


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