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Son of Youth in Revolt: The Journals of…

Son of Youth in Revolt: The Journals of Scott Twisp (Volume 7)

by C. D. Payne

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When Scott Twisp is told that he will be moving to California so his father can start production of a new television show, Scott is of course reluctant and protests the move. But once he meets the beautiful Azura Preston, daughter of Trent Preston, he realized he now has a reason to stay and becomes determined to lose his virginity. But as often happens with the Twisp's, that is easier said than done.

Scott, while working as a gofer for his fathers show, takes the opportunity to make sure anyone who attempts to move in on Azura is either removed or taken care of. But Scott isn't the only one taking advantage of his position. Jake Twisp is using his connection to the show to reconnect with his first love, Uma. And Nick is having private meetings with his first love, Sheeni. All this leads to one conclusion. No matter the generation, being a Twisp never makes your love life easy.

In this seventh installment of the Yourh in Revolt series, we get to see how once hell raiser handles raising a teenage son of his own. Armed with razor sharp wit, Scott is truly his fathers son. The entire Twisp clan returns in this sequel, as well as a few other familiar faces. Besides Trent, Jake, Sheeni, and Uma, we have see the return of Tyler Twisp, Connie Saunders, her daughter Veeva, Apurva, Vijay, as well as a few more. This book is full of the humor of the previous novels and the end will leave you wanting more. I highly recommend it to any fan of the Youth in Revolt series. ( )
  Kevinbw309 | May 30, 2012 |
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