Mates, Dates and Sizzling Summers

by Cathy Hopkins

Part of the The Mates, Dates series Series

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Great for age range 12+


Perfectly pitched for the ‘just-about-to-be-a-teenager’ market with some lively and likeable characters and a plot line that fizzes with emotions of every kind.  It’s also a lesson on the importance of family and friends, and that sometimes a teenager’s hopes and aspirations have to be curtailed in the light of them.

Mates, Dates and Sizzling Summers Synopsis

TJ's life is turned upside down as new boy Ollie Axford pursues her, while ex boyfriend Luke still tugs on her heart Which of them can she trust? Events conspire and suddenly she finds that she's the one doing the two timing. Does that mean she's the real love rat? In the meantime, her father has a serious heart attack, and TJ also has to realign her thinking about her family, and her life. She is lucky to have such close friends.

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ISBN: 9781853409387
Publication date: 24/03/2006
Publisher: Piccadilly Press Ltd
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781853409387
Publication date: 24th March 2006
Author: Cathy Hopkins
Publisher: Piccadilly Press Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 160 pages
Categories: General fiction (Children's / Teenage),

About Cathy Hopkins

Cathy has had 63 books published so far, and principally writes for the teenage market where her books have been translated into 34 languages. Her five teen series to date are: the Mates Dates series, the Truth Dare series, the Cinnamon Girl series, the Zodiac Girl series and Million Dollar Mates. Cathy has also written standalone novels for teens: Dead Dudes, Love At Second Sight and Playlist For a Broken Heart which will be published on May 8th 2014 by Simon and Schuster in the UK. Cathy Hopkins lives in Bath with her husband and three cats.

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