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  • ISBN 0758261276
  • ISBN13 978-0758261274
  • Language English
  • Author Kelli London
  • Publisher Kensington -Teen/Dafina; 1 edition (August 1, 2011)
  • Pages 256
  • Formats azw lrf lrf txt
  • Category Teenagers
  • Subcategory Literature and Fiction
  • Size ePub 1911 kb
  • Size Fb2 1400 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 606

First boyfriends, first love, first mistakes-and an invitation to the hottest teen society party of the year send three friends into a tailspin. Can they handle the pressure of getting everything they think they want?Santana Jackson is one of the flyest chicks in her Atlanta 'hood. At least until her golddigger mother snags a pro baller, and they move to the other side of the tracks. Worse, Santana's boyfriend has made a move, too-on her rival. Now Santana's obsessed with winning him back in time to shine-until she unexpectedly finds herself falling for a brainy nerd. . .Dynasty Young has learned about life the hard way, thanks to her drug-addicted mother and MIA father. Then she meets City, a boy with as much money-making potential as swagger-and who could be her ticket to a better life. But when he stands her up, Dynasty realizes that sometimes true love is right next door. . .Patience Blackman is going to hell. Just ask her father, the famous Bishop Blackman. Torn between what's good for her and what feels good, Patience just wants to have fun-and a hot date for the party-until she stumbles upon a gorgeous churchboy who has her rethinking her bad girl ways. . ."An amazing tale that is sure to delight, teach, and intrigue teens everywhere!" -Ni-Ni Simone, author of Upgrade U

his crushing on her, and had made it a point to try to get under her skin any way he could. She couldn’t wait to escape, and she would. Her dictionary would be key in her breaking free, she believed, mentally repeating the definitions her evere-xpanding lexicon required she feed her brain. Dyyy-nasty! Die nasty.

Boyfriend Season was a good read, but I would have enjoyed it more if it didn't contain so much ghetto slang - some call it street speak or street slang or Ebonics .

Boyfriend Season was a good read, but I would have enjoyed it more if it didn't contain so much ghetto slang - some call it street speak or street slang or Ebonics (ebony black and phonics speech sounds or science of sounds). Boyfriend Season by Kelli London was just a decent read for me. It had a decent flow, a decent plot, and decent characters, but nothing extra to brag about.

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First boyfriends, first love, first mistakes-and an invitation to the hottest teen society party of the year send three friends into a tailspin. Can they handle the pressure of getting everything they think they want?

First boyfriends, first love, first mistakes-and an invitation to the hottest teen society party of the year send three friends into a tailspin. Can they handle the pressure of getting everything they think they want? Santana Jackson is one of the flyest chicks in her Atlanta 'hood. At least until her golddigger mother snags a pro baller, and they move to the other side of the tracks. Worse, Santana's boyfriend has made a move, too-on her rival. Now Santana's obsessed with winning him back in time to shine-until she unexpectedly finds herself falling for a brainy nerd.

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Mardin
Santana Jackson is from the `hood and her boyfriend, Pharaoh, is a hustler. Dynasty Young has a hard life and what she wants most is to earn her way out of the projects. Patience Blackman is the daughter of the famous Bishop Blackman. She wants to escape her sheltered life and have some fun for a change.

When I found out about this book and read the synopsis I immediately pre-ordered a copy, because I wanted to know Patience Blackman's story. She was not ready for the choices she made and the position her friend, Silky, put her in. (I don't know what in the world Silky was thinking) Patience was naïve when it came to dealing with certain people and knew nothing about the ways of the world. In fact, if it didn't have to do with church she was pretty much clueless. All I kept thinking was `Trill is not the one' and `I know she wants to experience life, but this is not the way'. I felt bad for her for a while there. I didn't feel bad for her when she was punished, though. Her dad may have been too strict most days, but she deserved that. However, God can work things together for good. If Patience hadn't been `sentenced to hard time' things would have probably turned out a lot differently for her.

Santana was a tough girl who could take care of herself and I liked her spunk. She wasn't too wise when it came to choosing a boyfriend, though, or when it came to choosing her friends. She needed to stop following after Meka and stay far away from her so-called best friend. She had a mother who needed to get her priorities straight. I thought I wasn't going to like Craig, her mother's man, but he turned out to be the kind of father figure Santana needed. It took her a long time to realize how good she had it.

Dynasty was the character I liked most and I guess that's because she's the one I felt for most. She had it hard growing up, and then she had to put up with her Aunt Maybelline. Her relationship with Rufus was kind of unusual and, I'm sorry to say, began to annoy me after a while. It was great that she was there for him when he needed her, though.

Boyfriend Season was a good read, but I would have enjoyed it more if it didn't contain so much ghetto slang - some call it street speak or street slang or Ebonics (ebony=black and phonics= speech sounds or science of sounds). It was the character, Pharaoh, who kept the story from flowing well for me. Reading the words he spoke was like work - skreet instead of street, for instance. I had to ask somebody if there are people who really talk like that and the answer was `yes'. For a minute there I thought the author was making up words. I was glad when I came to page 190 - I totally agreed with Santana and I was so glad she came to her senses. I was also glad the author included a character like Gulliver. I liked him and the positive message his character sends to readers.
Kefrannan
The chapters are split up by the name of one of the three girls in a consistent order, like 1 2 3, 1 2 3, so no girl is a more important character than the other. Each girl offers a story we can learn from and relate to. I mostly relate to Patience, the pastor's daughter. Sometimes us closeted good girls want a bad boy for the excitement. But, I like how unlike many other authors, Patience isn't naive and forgiving of Trill's cheating and she wisely moves onto a more mature guy. Dynasty's story is kind of weird. I know New Yorkers are go getters, but her crush is doing a little too much so early in life for me to find it believable. However, I'm sure girls can relate to her being an unwanted, poor child that's insecure because of her home. Shanique (I think her name is), she was a complete hoodrat and her ending isn't believable. She stops stealing because now her stepdad gives her money? Yeah right, she stole for the thrill, excitement, and entitlement.
Malakelv
First time reading this author, sounded good on cover, but once purchased the story to me was all over the place, I couldn't seem to get past the first 3 chapters and still haven't
Cobandis
This book is VERY interesting!!!
I couldn't stop reading it and finished the book in TWO days!!
It's a great book for teen girls!
Tori Texer
Boyfriend Season introduces three teenage girls from Atlanta and the challenges that they each face. Santana Jackson is in love with her hustling boyfriend, Pharoah, and her part time gig is boosting clothes to keep money in her pocket. Dynasty Young lives in Thomasville Heights with her bi-polar Aunt Maybelline and is terrorized daily by Rufus, her obnoxious all knowing neighbor. Patience Blackman is the daughter of the famous Bishop Blackman and she's expected to be the perfect preacher's child.

Ms. London creates a barrage of events depicting the choices these teens face and the consequences to their actions and reactions. Will the gleam of the forbidden continue to sway them, or will a larger sense intervene before it's too late? Dynasty's life of hard knocks seem to worsen. Will she be able to escape the despair that awaits her amid the taunts and shame? Will the life of truth and dare encompass Santana. or will she find safety elsewhere? Tired of being restrained by her strict and religious parents, will the lure of the forbidden bring more harm than good for lil Ms. Patience? Right or wrong, friend or foe, good or bad, true or false...these questions plagues these three teenagers as they journey through this Boyfriend Season. Boyfriend Season by Kelli London was just a decent read for me. It had a decent flow, a decent plot, and decent characters, but nothing extra to brag about.