the-abcs-of-kissing-boysBook TItle: The ABC’s of Kissing Boys
Author: Tina Ferraro
# of pages: 215
Publisher: Delacorte Press; (January 13, 2009)

Parker Stanhope has played soccer practically since she could walk. And now that she’s a high school junior, everything she’s worked for is finally coming together. She’s paid her dues on the field, and as an upperclassman she’s a shoo-in for the varsity team.
But that’s not what happens.
This year, Coach Hartley moved up every JV player but two—and one of those two was Parker.
Parker has spent her life being a team player, but as soon as school starts, she’s stuck with (horror of horrors) the freshman, and her love of the game is seriously beginning to fail. Worse? Her friends her own age are cutting her loose, and now the freshman kid across the street is the only person who’ll give her the time of day.
But Parker’s determined to get her life back. She has to get on the varsity team, and she has the perfect plan. The only catch? She has to trick her way into a place in the kissing booth at the school’s annual sports fair, then pull a stunt crazier than any she could ever dream up on her own. But the kiss has to look real. And Parker is less than experienced in that sort of field.
Parker knows that practice makes perfect. Now she just has to find the right coach.

I recommend this book to about anyone whose looking for a cute, light read. I am glad that I got a copy of this book. Thanks Mrs. Ferraro! Haha, if I was Parker I totally want to find my Tristan out there!

I thought the way the chapters were labeled in alphabetically order and had words revolving around kissing/kisses were extremely a great add and was quite cute. The story was really cute too! (i need another word for cute here) I loved the way Parker and Tristan were totally cute and seemed like a great couple. You get to know Parker including her school-self, soccer-self, true-self, and her family. Tristan kinda remains a mystery but there is way a lot of other things involved in the book.

I really wished this book was way more than a mere two-hundred pages, but it really had a great flow that kept me flipping the pages not wanting to put down the book.