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Turning Seventeen #2: More Than This [School & Library Binding]

Wendy Corsi Staub
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August 2000 0613279824 978-0613279826

"I'm not the kind of girl who cheats on her boyfriend. And I love Alex. Really. But Scott is totally amazing. Now I'm not sure what kind of girl I am." -- Jessica

Kerri, Jessica, Maya, and Erin.

They're ready for life.

They're ready for love.

They're turning Seventeen. . .

--This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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Wendy Corsi Staub was raised in the heart of western New York's snow belt and decided she wanted to be an author while in third grade. Her first historical romance, The Long Way Home, was published by Berkley Jove in July 1999.

The year 2003 has brought the publication of three new original novels. In addition to this book, She Loves Me Not, a domestic suspense novel that has been compared to Mary Higgins Clark's fiction, was released in February by Pinnacle Books; The Nine Month Plan, a romantic comedy written under the pseudonym Wendy Markham, was released in August by Warner Books.

After moving, Wendy now lives in the NYC area with her husband, who is an advertising sales director in Manhattan, and their children. She is a memberof Mystery Writers of America, the Young Adult Network, and Romance Writers of America.

--This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Jessica is Dazzling Jan. 25 2001
By A Customer
Format:Paperback
I loved this book. It was one of my favorite Turning Seventeen copies. Jessica got into some trouble, but finally did the right thing to get out of it.I think she is one of the best girls in this series. She has a lovely way of making everything turn out. She has to do so much, but still has time to do it and be with her friends. She's like Wonder Woman, but as an almost seventeen year old girl, just doing what she feels she has to, just going with the flow,and going to college at the same time.It's hard to go to college if you're still in high school, but she does it. It's hard to make time for all your friends and your boyfriend when you're so busy, but she does it.It's hard to just think strait if so many things are going on in your life and you just want to get a whole new one, but know you can't and just have to deal with it,she can do it.That is why I decided to write a review for this book, I believe that Jessica is a young woman with a lot of spunk. Wendi Corsi Staub is a very talented writer and I want to thank her for inventing this series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Jessica is Dazzling Jan. 25 2001
By A Customer
Format:Paperback
I loved this book. It was one of my favorite Turning Seventeen copies. Jessica got into some trouble, but finally did the right thing to get out of it.I think she is one of the best girls in this series. She has a lovely way of making everything turn out. She has to do so much, but still has time to do it and be with her friends. She's like Wonder Woman, but as an almost seventeen year old girl, just doing what she feels she has to, just going with the flow,and going to college at the same time.It's hard to go to college if you're still in high school, but she does it. It's hard to make time for all your friends and your boyfriend when you're so busy, but she does it.It's hard to just think strait if so many things are going on in your life and you just want to get a whole new one, but know you can't and just have to deal with it,she can do it.That is why I decided to write a review for this book, I believe that Jessica is a young woman with a lot of spunk. Wendi Corsi Staub is a very talented writer and I want to thank her for inventing this series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Jessica...A Good Girl? NOT! Nov. 9 2003
By @m@nd@
Format:Paperback
In this book, smart, geeky Jessica meets a guy named Scott as a B.B.Q Party. Scott ends up hitting on Jessica, and kissing her. Meanwhile, Jessica has a b/f, Alex. She and Alex had been going steady for 2 years. Jessica ends up being a 'bad girl' and sneaking out with Scott. Scott ends up to be a total player-at a party, he tries to have sex with jessica-and when she says no, he has sex with a drunk girl. jessica dumps him, but she does something to Alex-that she'll totally regreat.
This book was soooooo awesome! It's even better then the first TURNING SEVENTEEN book!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Jessica is Dazzling Jan. 25 2001
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Format:Paperback
I loved this book. It was one of my favorite Turning Seventeen copies. Jessica got into some trouble, but finally did the right thing to get out of it.I think she is one of the best girls in this series. She has a lovely way of making everything turn out. She has to do so much, but still has time to do it and be with her friends. She's like Wonder Woman, but as an almost seventeen year old girl, just doing what she feels she has to, just going with the flow,and going to college at the same time.It's hard to go to college if you're still in high school, but she does it. It's hard to make time for all your friends and your boyfriend when you're so busy, but she does it.It's hard to just think strait if so many things are going on in your life and you just want to get a whole new one, but know you can't and just have to deal with it,she can do it.That is why I decided to write a review for this book, I believe that Jessica is a young woman with a lot of spunk. Wendi Corsi Staub is a very talented writer and I want to thank her for inventing this series.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Jessica is Dazzling Jan. 25 2001
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I loved this book. It was one of my favorite Turning Seventeen copies. Jessica got into some trouble, but finally did the right thing to get out of it.I think she is one of the best girls in this series. She has a lovely way of making everything turn out. She has to do so much, but still has time to do it and be with her friends. She's like Wonder Woman, but as an almost seventeen year old girl, just doing what she feels she has to, just going with the flow,and going to college at the same time.It's hard to go to college if you're still in high school, but she does it. It's hard to make time for all your friends and your boyfriend when you're so busy, but she does it.It's hard to just think strait if so many things are going on in your life and you just want to get a whole new one, but know you can't and just have to deal with it,she can do it.That is why I decided to write a review for this book, I believe that Jessica is a young woman with a lot of spunk. Wendi Corsi Staub is a very talented writer and I want to thank her for inventing this series.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Jessica...A Good Girl? NOT! Nov. 9 2003
By @m@nd@ - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
In this book, smart, geeky Jessica meets a guy named Scott as a B.B.Q Party. Scott ends up hitting on Jessica, and kissing her. Meanwhile, Jessica has a b/f, Alex. She and Alex had been going steady for 2 years. Jessica ends up being a 'bad girl' and sneaking out with Scott. Scott ends up to be a total player-at a party, he tries to have sex with jessica-and when she says no, he has sex with a drunk girl. jessica dumps him, but she does something to Alex-that she'll totally regreat.
This book was soooooo awesome! It's even better then the first TURNING SEVENTEEN book!
5.0 out of 5 stars More than Jess Can Handle? Feb. 12 2011
By Tina Givens-Wright - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Wow! That pretty much sums up my feelings about the second book in the "Turning Seventeen" series. "More Than This" focuses on Jessica, a beautiful straight-A student with the sweetest boyfriend one can imagine. She seems like she has it all, but she feels like something's missing. We learned from the first book that Kerri is Jessica's best friend and we got a glimpse of her busy life, attending courses at the local college, a part of the yearbook staff and squeezing in time to spend with her boyfriend, Alex. This book really explores who Jessica is and what she wants out of life. She's not content with her relationship and ends up getting involved with bad boy Scott. Jessica makes some irresponsible choices throughout this book that I think a lot of girls can not only relate to, but learn from. Don't expect a complete happy ending, but expect a fantastic read. I finished it in a few hours!
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