She's So Money by Cherry Cheva

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Question: What do you get when you take . . .

1 overachieving girl + 1 insanely cute guy + 1 massive fine + 1 scheme involving a little dishonesty and a whole lot of cash?

I've always been the good girl—working seriously long hours at my family's restaurant and getting straight As. And Camden King was always just that hot, popular guy I'd pass in the halls, whose ego was probably much bigger than his brain. I didn't think there'd ever be a reason for us to actually, like, interact.

Then again, I never thought I'd mess up so badly that my family might lose our entire restaurant if I didn't come up with a ton of money, and fast. So that's where Camden comes in—he and his evil/genius plan to do kids' homework for cash.

I know cheating's wrong, but it's better than being dead, right? Which is what I'd be if my parents knew about what happened. I never expected things to spin so far out of control. Or that I'd be such a sucker for Camden's lopsided grin. Or that falling apart could be the best thing that ever happened to me.

Answer: The time of my life.


About Cherry Cheva

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Cherry Chevapravatdumrong ("Cherry Cheva") was born in Columbus, OH, and raised in Ann Arbor, MI. She majored in psychology at Yale and earned a J.D. from NYU Law School. While in school, Cherry spent her summers working at law firms and her winter breaks waiting tables at her parents' restaurant, Lotus Thai. She then moved to LA to pursue a career in writing, and is now the only female writer on Fox’s hit TV show "Family Guy." She's So Money is her first novel.
Published February 1, 2008 by HarperTeen. 304 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Together they devise a way to bring together Maya’s friends’ brains and Camden’s friends’ wallets.

Feb 01 2008 | Read Full Review of She's So Money

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Also, when a boy that Maya gently rejects gets mad and ends up blackmailing her, she gets an extension on meeting his demands by whispering in his ear, which she admits is the "closest to prostitution" as she's come.

Jan 22 2008 | Read Full Review of She's So Money

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