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Angie can't wait to bounce this mill town she's been living in. At least she's got her friends, the guys who live to ride and grind. And her job painting custom boards at Sk8 4Ever.
Then one day Carter walks into the shop. He's all Abercrombie, and she's black hoodies. But it's hot in therre.
Carter offers to help Angie with her dream: to take her art to NYC. She really believes in Carter, but then she learns the truth about his family -- something that turns Love & Sk8 into Love vs. Sk8.
Published: Simon Pulse on
ISBN: 9781439121672
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315/315 pages: 120 pages in 2nd quarter This book is about a girl named Angie Simms, who loves skateboarding and art. She meets a preppy man named Carter Morgan III, and they become more intimate with each other. Angie's skater friends don't like the fact that she is dating a prep, so Angie has do make the decision to leave her friends or to leave Carter.The main character in this book is Angie Simms. She is a skater girl who loves art and wants to go to an art college. Angie used to be just a girl with an attitude, but she becomes a more caring person when she meets Carter and she doesn't think about herself all the time. I think that Angie is a brave person because she will stand up to anyone, her skater friends, her boyfriend Carter, and even her parents, whom she doesn't like. In this book I can relate to some of the things that Angie likes. We both love skateboarding and we both like to eat hamburgers and French fries.I didn't like how some of the characters in this book classified skaters as troublemakers that vandalize and only care about their friends and themselves. Not all skaters are like this and I believe that this is a stereotype against skaters. This is also what people think about skaters in real life.I would recommend this book to people who like romantic books because Angie had to go through a lot of trouble with her friends and Carter's family just to be with Carter.more

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315/315 pages: 120 pages in 2nd quarter This book is about a girl named Angie Simms, who loves skateboarding and art. She meets a preppy man named Carter Morgan III, and they become more intimate with each other. Angie's skater friends don't like the fact that she is dating a prep, so Angie has do make the decision to leave her friends or to leave Carter.The main character in this book is Angie Simms. She is a skater girl who loves art and wants to go to an art college. Angie used to be just a girl with an attitude, but she becomes a more caring person when she meets Carter and she doesn't think about herself all the time. I think that Angie is a brave person because she will stand up to anyone, her skater friends, her boyfriend Carter, and even her parents, whom she doesn't like. In this book I can relate to some of the things that Angie likes. We both love skateboarding and we both like to eat hamburgers and French fries.I didn't like how some of the characters in this book classified skaters as troublemakers that vandalize and only care about their friends and themselves. Not all skaters are like this and I believe that this is a stereotype against skaters. This is also what people think about skaters in real life.I would recommend this book to people who like romantic books because Angie had to go through a lot of trouble with her friends and Carter's family just to be with Carter.more
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