Irresistible

by Liz Bankes

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LoveReading View on Irresistible

On seeing this book we were initially reluctant to feature it in NewGen, our teen/YA category - so we thought we would ask a handful of our teenagers in our Reader Review panel for their thoughts.  As you can see from their comments it got a really positive response but please - our advice is only for 15+ readers.

 

Holly Hughes   I found Irresistible really enjoyable and entertaining to read. I would definitely recommend it to friends. It involves emotions that every girl experiences as a teenager, which is why it's easy to relate to.  Click here to read the full review...

Hannah Glenton   The story was nicely structured and well written....I really enjoyed this book as it had mature content but not too much, which kept it from being inappropriate, whilst keeping it sassy and fresh. Click here to read the full review...

Darcy Elliman  Gripping and a fun read which keeps you hooked. I loved it. Click here to read the full review...

Safiyah Afghan  I believe that this book should be at least for 16+ because of the strong language used and the topics discussed in this book. Click here to read the full review...


Gemma Bees  When I began reading it I was slightly worried about the passionate nature of the book, sometimes I find it to be too much and simply embarrassing. I didn’t feel like that at all with this book. This has a genuine story to follow and these passionate scenes haven’t just been thrown in, they’re part of the story and don’t feel the slightest bit unnecessary. It is very well written too... It’s just an all-round brilliant book. Click here to read the full review...

Chloe Sheehan  This is a perfect read for any teenager because if you are down or have had a bad day it gives you a bit of hope, love and interest. I really recommend this book, I look forward to her next. Click here to read the full review...


Eloise Greenberry   Irresistible is the title of this book and that says it all; you cannot put this book down.....this book is suited for teens, it is a life guide for how not to make stupid mistakes, and to appreciate what you have, although I would recommend it for 15+ due to the passionate scenes. Click here to read the full review...

 

Irresistible Synopsis

When Mia gets a summer job in a country club, it's a chance to see into a whole world of privilege and passion she's never imagined. Thankfully there's Dan to keep her feet on the ground. He's laid-back, funny and could be the perfect person to go travelling with when the summer's over.

But behind everything that happens in the summer, there's Jamie. Wealthy and sexy, he's got everything he could ever want, and enjoys nothing more than messing with people's lives for his own entertainment. Mia knows that any relationship with Jamie is a bad idea,
but as she's drawn into his dangerous and madly exciting world, she finds the one thing she can't stop is herself.

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Irresistible Press Reviews

'Compelling, juicy, and highly enjoyable.' Chicklish

‘A quick, fun, sexy read . . . I will be keeping my eye out for more books by Bankes in the future.’ Once Upon a Bookcase

‘Great, chemistry-filled scenes.’  Fluttering Butterflies

‘A fun, sexy debut [with] some genuinely laugh out loud moments.' Daisy Chain Book Reviews

‘Simply irresistible, truly one of those rare reads that captivated me . . . amazing.’
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ISBN: 9781848123380
Publication date: 13/03/2013
Publisher: Piccadilly Press Ltd
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781848123380
Publication date: 13th March 2013
Author: Liz Bankes
Publisher: Piccadilly Press Ltd
Format: Paperback
Genres: NewGen - YA Fiction, eBook Favourites,
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About Liz Bankes

From an early age Liz wanted to be a Thunderbird. Upon discovering that they were fictional and wooden she decided to be a writer. She wrote her GCSE coursework about awoman who cooks people in pies and later won the Tunbridge Wells Girls Grammar School creative writing prize.She went on to study book-reading at some universities in order to avoid getting a job and to spend the next four years in pyjamas. After working on a building magazine and a science magazine, she had the wonderful and very exciting chance to write a story.As well as all book-related ...

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