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Cali Boys (Boyfriend Season) Paperback – April 1, 2012
Intrusion: A Novel
A loving couple, grieving the loss of their son, finds their marriage in free fall when a beautiful, long-lost acquaintance inserts herself into their lives. Learn More
Top Customer Reviews
Jacobi's family moves to a better area when they come into some money. She left behind her best friend and the guy she has the biggest crush on. Jacobi is very talented in so many ways, but when it comes to boys she is out of her element. At the same time, she is begging God to clear-up her skin and enhance her barely there breasts. Will Jacobi ever get the things she desires?
Kassidy moves from New York to California after her mother gets married. Aside from a new home, Kassidy gains a stepsister, who creates problems for her. However, Kassidy does not care; she is too busy trying to locate her boyfriend while finding some new guys to occupy her time. What could have happened to him? How will she deal with her troubling stepsister?
Cali Boys is a fun, quick read. Through the angst of being the new girls and regular teenage issues, Kassidy and Jacobi develop a friendship. They each come to the friendship with something the other needs. Teenage girls and readers of young adult fiction will like this book.
The publisher provided a copy of the book for review purposes.
After moving not too far from her hood, Jacobi finds herself in a neighborhood where she feels completely different. With her lop-sided breast, being barely developed, and her cheetah print face, Jacobi's insecurities get in the way. That is, until she meets her neighbors.
Moving to Cali from NYC was the worst thing that ever happened to Kassidy. Rather than looking at the move as new modeling opportunities, all Kassidy wanted to do was return to New York to be with her first real boyfriend, Brent. First things first, Kassidy has to get her mind off Brent and scope out the city...mostly for boys. Being a player had to have some type of advantage for her...right?
I really liked Cali Boys by Kelli London. The story had so much going on, including thrilling moments. The author did a great job of pulling both girls lives into one another. The only thing I disliked about the story is the fact that one of the characters seems to have been just pulled out of the story without a reason. Other than that, I really enjoyed Cali Boys.