Love at First Sight

As the new girl in town, Janine Anderson had no way of knowing that she had just flipped over one of the most popular boys in school Craig Matthews was a public figure, a star athlete already dating a cheerleader.When an after school job brought Janine and Craig together, Janine s happiness knew no bounds But being friends with Craig turned out to be complicated thaAs the new girl in town, Janine Anderson had no way of knowing that she had just flipped over one of the most popular boys in school Craig Matthews was a public figure, a star athlete already dating a cheerleader.When an after school job brought Janine and Craig together, Janine s happiness knew no bounds But being friends with Craig turned out to be complicated than Janine expected especially when a jealous classmate stirred up rumors that came between them.
Love at First Sight As the new girl in town Janine Anderson had no way of knowing that she had just flipped over one of the most popular boys in school Craig Matthews was a public figure a star athlete already dating a

  • Title: Love at First Sight
  • Author: Elaine Harper
  • ISBN: 9780671533090
  • Page: 332
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Love at First Sight”

    1. This is a constant re-read since first reading it when I was 12. It is kind of like a candy bar -- good old reliable junk food for the brain. I appreciated that Janine took a lot of responsibility for her grades and finances but the parents were, like, nowhere except to complain about the cost of living there was nothing even listed about their reaction to her winning the foreign exchange scholarship but maybe she didn't tell them, the way she didn't tell them about getting fired from the Weich [...]

    2. This is one of the more intense First Love books. I remember being so drawn in and how intense the feelings were. I think this book is geared towards older teens who can envision the idea that one might meet the person that one would want to spend a lifetime with. My sister owned the books and I read hers, but she let me have this one and the two sequels. One of my favorites.

    3. I read this book when I was 13 years old and it was sooo romantic (back then), especially the Boz Scaggs soundtrack. I bought a Boz cassette. Another example of how I was warped by reading cheesy books.

    4. I loved this book as a young teen. I'm trying to find it online to read it again as an adult in my 40s. Call it Nostalgia but this book introduced me to a fantastic musician, Boz Scaggs. Anyone else?

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