The Dating Game #6: Parallel Parking by Natalie Standiford

The Dating Game #6: Parallel Parking

byNatalie Standiford

Kobo ebook | October 31, 2009

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Meet sophomores Madison, Holly and Lina. When the Dating Game Web site that they create for class becomes a campus hit, as a matchmaking service and a forum for students' views on love, sex, and dating, the three friends hope it will help them take control of their love lives, too?

Check all the statements that sound like you.

_ I believe in love at first sight.
_ I always go after the hottest guy in the room.
_ I know I'm cute, and I expect the best.
_ I never seem to like the one who likes me
_ I like people no one else notices.
_ I believe you should love the one you're with.
_ My way or the highway!

Holly, Lina, and Mads have mapped out a plan to definitely get the guys of their dreams. But are they moving too fast? Is it time to put the brakes on the ultimate search for love?
Title:The Dating Game #6: Parallel ParkingFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 31, 2009Publisher:Little, Brown Books for Young ReadersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0316089036

ISBN - 13:9780316089036


Rated 5 out of 5 by from BEST BOOK EVERRRRRR This book is amazing. This is pretty much the last book of the Dating Game series. Its scandalous, exciting, suspensful, and funny just like all the others. I can't believe that Natalie Standiford isnt writing anymore books in the series. Anyways....Natalie Standiford went out with a bang in this series. She actually went out with a BIG BANG. You'll just have to read to find out.....oh. and this book isnt intended for children under 13. AWESOME BOOK!!!! 10 MILLION STARS.
Date published: 2006-12-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Books I have to say, I have read most of the popular teen book series' by now, and I really like these quite a lot. Although I am quite a fan of the A-list and Gossip Girl series', among others, i really enjoy these because they have a more realistic view of the characters lives. Both the A-list and the Gossip Girl are set in well known zip codes (ex. 90210, Beverly Hills) and the characters include many rich kids living the high life, but this book is more in tune with the rest of the world. Yes, i love those other books, and they're a great read, but i like these in the fact that you can relate to these more, or at least I know I can. They have a different plot line that you don't see every day, and they don't get boring. The characters are more ordinary and common in todays society. I haven't read this latest book yet, but the next time I'm in the book store i'll be sure to pick it up. I hope there will be another addition to this series soon!!!!
Date published: 2006-10-21