Parker has everything: popularity, friends, style, and now shes a junior in high school. Sixteen is the age when youre supposed to be having the time of your life but how humiliating would it be if you found out youre stuck on the freshman soccer team? Parker hatches a plan to get on the varsity team where her friends are but its complicated and she needs a boy & to teach her how to kiss. When her so-called best friend discovers Parker kissing a freshman, rumors start to spread. Parker finally gets to see her friends from the outside, the way others do, and its not pretty. Now she has to decide where she truly belongs: with the popular crowd or in the arms of the loveable freshman boy across the street.
The ABCs of Kissing Boys was sweet and enjoyable. Though the moral of the story is a little messy and not the easiest to understand at first, the author never strayed from the plot. The romance seemed so real and I couldnt help but smile at the predictability of the ending. This book has the potential to be a great film! Author Tina Ferraros writing isnt the best Ive read but it was new and different. Have you ever read a book where the girl falls for a younger boy? The narration actually felt like it was coming from a teenage girl. I rated it a 4 was because I couldnt feel any sympathy toward the main character for the situation she was in. Overall, I learned a lot from The ABCs of Kissing Boys. *wink, wink*