The Principles of Love by Emily Franklin
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What do you really know about Love?
Love’s her name, but it’s not her whole story . . .
Love Bukowski is a new sophomore at Hadley Hall, the posh prep school where her father is now principal. Raised by her single dad (with more than a little help from her funky aunt Mable), almost-sixteen-year-old Love is strong willed, with a wry sense of humor—but will she fit into the world of Hadley Hall? In the made-for-TV version of her life, she’s got cool friends and hot guys galore. But being a “fac brat” makes new friends hard to come by, and the guys—well, that remains to be seen. Now Love’s got to step it up if she’s going to overcome her less-than-glamorous reality and get that walk-on role in her own fantasies.

About Emily Franklin

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Emily Franklin studied at Oxford University and graduated from Sarah Lawrence College. She worked as a chef on historic yachts and sailboats, an English teacher, and a freelance writer before earning a master's degree from Dartmouth College. The author of Liner Notes, she lives in the Boston area with her family.
Published November 12, 2013 by Open Road Media Teen & Tween. 256 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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The traditional saga of high-school girl meets two boys, done up with a literary and mature style.

Jun 15 2005 | Read Full Review of The Principles of Love (Fring...

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The Principles Of Love by Emily Franklin, is the first book in a series and tells the story of a teenage girl named Love whose single father has forced her to move yet again to another school where he will be principal.

Jun 12 2010 | Read Full Review of The Principles of Love (Fring...

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