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LOVE, INC.
by Yvonne Collins, Sandy Rideout

Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary Young Adult

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Take one overused plot, three dynamic and intriguing main characters, add a cup of culture and mix in lots of romance. Then add a pinch of comedy and mix well. You’ve got a recipe that could have been a disaster, but instead comes off as compelling and delicious!

When Zahra, Kali and Syd meet in counseling for teens whose parents have split, they are as different as can be. But after they discover they’ve been three-timed by the same boy they form a lasting friendship — and a business. With their victorious revenge on Eric aka Rick aka Rico still fresh, the girls decide other couples could use their services and found Love, Inc. Zahra the mediator can fix anyone else’s relationship dilemma — except her own parents’. Kali specializes in matchmaking, for everyone but herself. After having her own heart shattered, Syd takes care of revenge. When disaster strikes they may not have biological families to turn to, but they do have each other. (HYPERION, Jan., 432 pp., $16.99, ISBN: 9781423131151, HC, 11 & Up)

Reviewed By: Raven Haller

Publisher: HYPERION

Published: January 2011

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