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Be the star of six fun and twisted little romance stories. Explore the playfulness, action, and sudden mortal danger of these adventures with built-in hyperlinks where you choose the direction the stories take. The six stories offer thirty-five possible endings, but only a few endings will be a happily ever after. Can you find them?

This gamebook's stories include: 1) "Meeting the Barbarian" - You've lived inside the ground for as long as you can remember. 2) "The Lifeguard" - You're riding a bicycle down a beach trail when disaster strikes. 3) "Blood Rock" - You're rock climbing when you encounter a creature from a nightmare... or a fantasy? 4) "Luck in Love" - Con man or policeman? Your luck in love is about to change. 5) "Baxter and Bunny" - The love of your life dumps you for a blond receptionist named "Bunny." 6) "Unfamiliar Ground" - You're a mermaid lured to the shore.

Published: Christina Crooks on
ISBN: 9781476157252
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