The Break-Up Diaries by Ni-Ni Simone

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The only thing more intense than teen love is a break-up with the uncertainty of a make-up. This exciting new series serves up two tales of love that will shake-up your assumptions of relationships. So buckle up, it's time to get real, learn to deal, and move on with this first volume of The Break-Up Diaries.

Hot Boyz Ni-Ni Simone

Chance Kennedy always gets what she wants, even if she has to bend the truth to do it. She's set her sights on extremely fine and college-bound Ahmad King, and she will do anything to become his girl. There's only one problem: she didn't count on love entering the picture. Now she's scrabbling to make things right before the tiny white lie she's told to lock down her guy blows up in everyone's face. Now, the girl with everything may lose it all. . .

The Boy Trap Kelli London

Pretty, popular, and with mad potential, Gabrielle Newton is, hands down, the girl to know. But Gabrielle only has time for Tyler Scott, Lakeview High's hottest new athlete. He's the golden ticket to her dream: becoming an NBA star's pampered wife. But when Gabrielle plays Tyler one time too many, suddenly more than their relationship is on the line . . .

 

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Published May 1, 2011 by Kensington Books. 273 pages
Genres: Romance, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Zori accepts expensive gifts, invitations to sneak out of the house and double dates with DeMarco's dangerous and disrespectful friend Jimmy, hurting and scaring her friends and parents in the process.

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As Breezy's disturbingly manipulative schemes escalate, so do Tyler's often didactic admonishments: “First, you have to be good enough for yourself.” The language in both stories is fresh and appealing, filled with contemporary slang, wordplay and censor-friendly modified curses (“Oh, hello!”), a...

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Lessons, frenemies and posturing abound in this pair of novelette-length bittersweet romances featuring African-American teens.

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Simone (Upgrade U) and debut author London kick off a new series with a pair of drama-fueled stories about girls looking for love in all the wrong ways. Set in Atlanta, Simone's Hot Boyz follows the

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In London's "The Boy Trap," head cheerleader and schemer Gabrielle, aka "Easy Breezy," is dumped by a popular basketball player, only to latch on to a new one, Tyler, as she tries to fulfill her goal of snagging a future NBA player and living the easy life.

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Two cute cautionary tales for teen girls gone boy crazy, The Break-up Diaries has realistic dialogue that teens will easily understand.

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