Play Me

Paperback | October 6, 2009

byLaura Ruby

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Eddy knows how to play the game of love.

He has all the tricks down cold, and his favorite girls are the ones with cherry lipstick and long legs in fishnets. They know he doesn’t make any promises.

But as graduation looms, the game begins to shift for Eddy. He never expected unattainable and perfect Lucinda Dulko to walk into his life. For the first time ever, Eddy’s not in control. To be with Lucinda, he has to play on her terms.

But what happens to a player when the rules suddenly change? Will Eddy find a way to win it all? Or will he get played?

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Eddy knows how to play the game of love.He has all the tricks down cold, and his favorite girls are the ones with cherry lipstick and long legs in fishnets. They know he doesn’t make any promises.But as graduation looms, the game begins to shift for Eddy. He never expected unattainable and perfect Lucinda Dulko to walk into his life. F...

Laura Ruby is the author of books for adults, teens, and children, including the Edgar-nominated mysteryLily's Ghosts, the 2006 Book Sense PickGood Girls, and the acclaimed novelsPlay MeandBad Apple. She is on the faculty of Hamline University's MFA in writing for children and young adults program and lives in the Chicago area.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.8 inPublished:October 6, 2009Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0061243299

ISBN - 13:9780061243295

Appropriate for ages: 13 - 17

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“Guy lit with a brain and a heart, this has plenty to offer both romantics and cynics about love, film, and transformation.”