Description - Mates, Dates Perfectly Divine by Cathy Hopkins
In MATES, DATES AND SLEEPOVER SECRETS, TJ is having a difficult year, feeling very alone. When Lucy befriends her, things start to look up, but will Nesta and Izzie accept her? Will they let her into the world of sleepovers, secrets, laughter and advice? Can they help TJ be herself and discover her real potential? Then in MATES, DATES AND SOLE SURVIVORS, it's Lucy who's feeling lonely without a boyfriend. On a spa weekend with Izzie, Lucy meets someone who seems just right. But after a while, she starts to feel smothered. Can someone love you too much? Maybe the life of a singleton isn't so bad after all! Izzie is restless and eager to be treated like an adult. When she makes some changes in MATES, DATES AND MAD MISTAKES, the new Izzie comes with new problems, including an older but wild boyfriend, her mother's opposition to the 'new Izzie' and an unfortunate night involving cocktails. In the process, Izzie learns a great deal about herself and what it means to be grown up - but not before she's upset just about everyone along the way.
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(198mm x 129mm x mm)
Piccadilly Press Ltd
Publisher: Templar Publishing
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Author Biography - Cathy Hopkins
Cathy Hopkins is the author of the incredibly successful Mates, Dates and Truth, Dare books. She spends most of her time locked in a shed at the bottom of the garden pretending to write books but is actually in there listening to music, hippie dancing and talking to her friends on email. Occasionally she is joined by Molly, the cat who thinks she is a copy editor and likes to walk all over the keyboard rewriting and deleting words she doesn't like. Apart from that, Cathy has joined the gym and spends more time than is good for her making up excuses as to why she hasn't got time to go.